Thanksgiving: Multiple Choice Quiz Stats

 Plays Quiz Updated Nov 15, 2018

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In what colony in the United States did the first American Thanksgiving take place? Massachusetts
80.7%
Maine
2.7%
New Hampshire
4.6%
Delaware
9.2%
Which President decided to make Thanksgiving a National Holiday in 1863? Abraham Lincoln
71.6%
Benjamin Franklin
5.2%
George Washington
4.7%
Thomas Jefferson
13.8%
In 1941 the President signed a bill in Congress officially making the fourth Thursday in November the National Holiday of Thanksgiving. Which President was that? Franklin D Roosevelt
64.2%
Theodore Roosevelt
11.8%
Herbert Hoover
4.2%
Harry S Truman
11.5%
At the first Thanksgiving, which tribe of Native Americans joined the early settlers and turned their fast into a feast? Wampanoag
54.5%
Cherokee
11.3%
Sioux
7.8%
Iroquois
24.1%
Which was the first year the Pilgrims celebrated Thanksgiving? 1621
53%
1625
14.3%
1631
14%
1640
18.1%
How many days did the first Thanksgiving celebration last? 3 days
52.2%
10 days
10.3%
7 days
25%
21 days
5.9%
In New York, what decade did Macy's Thanksgiving Parade begin? 1920's
46.7%
1990's
3.7%
1950's
27.6%
1970's
10%
What is the number of turkeys eaten in USA on Thanksgiving? 46 million
41.8%
83 million
32.1%
17 million
14.2%
4 million
6.1%
What state raises the most turkeys? Minnesota
28%
Pennsylvania
40.5%
Rhode Island
8.3%
New York
13.4%
Which of the following foods was not present at the first Thanksgiving dinner? Cranberries
26.2%
Maple Syrup
36.8%
Lobster
28.5%
Squash
5%

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