Thanksgiving Trivia quiz
Thanksgiving Trivia Quiz
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Thanksgiving is celebrated in one other country besides the United States, which is it?
Question 1 Explanation:
Canada celebratesthanksgiving on the second Monday of October.
The first departmental store that held a Thanksgiving parade was...
Macy's Department Store
Gimbel's Department Store
Kohl's Department Store
Bloomingdale's Department Store
Nordstrom's Departement Store
Question 2 Explanation:
Gimbel's Department Store in Philadelphia held the first Thanksgiving parade in 1920.
What was the name of the ship that the pilgrims came over on?
What is the longest balloon in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade?
Kermit The Frog
Question 4 Explanation:
Superman (300 feet long)
Which NFL team has played in the most Thanksgiving Day Games?
San Francisco 49ers
In which year, did President Roosevelt prospone Thanksgiving by a week to stabilize the economy during the Great Depression?
Which state consumes more turkey than any other state in the United States?
Which U.S. founding father wanted America's national bird to be a turkey and not an eagle?
On average, how many turkeys are consumed on Thanksgiving?
What is a female turkey called?
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On your Thanksgiving quiz one of the questions incorrectly lists Benjamin Franklin as being a former president!
@Ken: Ha! In Noreen’s defense, she was not born or raised in the United States (though lives here now) and there are a large percentage of Americans who think he was, probably owing to things like that he is on the $100 bill and he’s considered one of the founding fathers, many of the most prominent of which did go on to be President. 🙂 Even despite this lack of focussing on American History, I’d say Noreen probably knows more about the U.S. than most Americans, but nobody bats 1000. 🙂 Anyways, fixed the wording; thanks for catching it!