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Questions

  1. When did the Fourth of July become a national holiday?
  2. Which presidents were assassinated?
  3. Which state or states borders the greatest number of other states?
  4. 4th of July is the day that Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating contest takes place who is the man who holds the record for most hot dogs eaten and how many did he eat?
  5. Which well-known word translates into English as “Eater of Raw Fish”?

 

Answers

  1. The Fourth of July became an unpaid holiday for federal workers in 1870. In 1938 it became a paid holiday, and in 1941, it was declared a federal holiday.
  2. Kennedy, McKinley, Garfield, and Lincoln.
  3. Missouri and Tennessee each border eight states.
  4. Joey Chestnut 68.
  5. Eskimo
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