1 Who was the second president? 1 Adams was the second president. 2 What is the largest state? 2 Alaska is the ... 4 Who
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Who was the second president? What is the largest state? Who lived here first? Who is our current president? What country is north of the United States? Who can vote? When is Columbus Day? What does Congress do? Where does Congress meet? What was the first U.S. state? When is Flag Day? Name one right in the Bill of Rights. Who was George Washington? When is Independence Day? When is Labor Day? Who was Abraham Lincoln? When is Memorial Day? What country is south of the United States? What was the first U.S capital? What U.S. city has the most people? Why do people come to America? What president is on the dollar bill? When is Presidents' Day? When is Thanksgiving? What is on the American flag? What are the colors of the flag? Who elects Congress? Who lives in the White House? Where does the president live? What state has the most people? How many states are in the United States? Where is the White House? Why do people want to live in America? Why do people want to be citizens? Who was the father of our country? Who was the first president? What is the capital of the United States? How many senators do we have? What do we have to pay to the government? When do we vote for president?
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Adams was the second president. Alaska is the largest state. American Indians lived here first. Barack Obama is the current president. Canada is north of the United States. Citizens can vote. Columbus Day is in October. Congress makes laws. Congress meets in the U.S. Capitol Building. Delaware was the first state. Flag Day is in June. Freedom of speech is a right. Geroge Washington was the first U.S.president. Independence Day is in July. Labor Day is in September. Lincoln was the president during the Civil War. Memorial Day is in May. Mexico is south of the United States. New York City was the first capital. New York is the U.S. city with the most people. People come here to be free. President Washington is on the one dollar bill. Presidents' Day is in February. Thanksgiving is in November. There are13 stripes and 50 stars on the American flag. The colors of the flag are red, white, and blue. The people elect Congress. The president and his family live in the White House. The president lives in the White House. The state of California has the most people. The United States has 50 states. The White House is in Washington, D.C. They want to live in a free country. They want to vote. Washington was the father of our country. Washington was the first U.S. president. Washington, D.C. is the capital of the United States. We have 100 senators. We have to pay taxes. We vote for the president in November.