A Presidential Valentine's Day Quiz
10 Citizenship Questions about the First Ladies and their Presidential Valentines.
Martha Dandridge Custis, a rich widow with two children, married a young planter and future first US President. Who was the first President?* (USCIS 100:70)
The first First Lady followed her husband from their Virginia plantation to his army’s winter camp at Valley Forge to the executive mansions in New York City and Philadelphia. Who is the “Father of Our Country”?(USCIS 100:69)
While John Adams worked for American Independence and the new Federal government, Abigail raised their five children, managed their farm, and wrote many letters her husband, who became the first Vice President. What is the name of the Vice President of the United States now? (USCIS 100:29)
The writer of the Declaration of Independence wrote: "All men are created equal." This principle has been tested in both love and war. After the death of his first wife, the writer of the Declaration of Independence met Sally Hemings, the half-sister of his deceased wife. Sally was the daughter of his white father-in-law and an African-American slave. Although Sally was a slave, the writer fell in love with her and never married another woman. Who wrote the Declaration of Independence? (USCIS 100:62)
When the British set fire to the White House, First Lady Dolly Madison saved a portrait of George Washington and James Madison’s papers. Name one war fought by the United States in the 1800s. (USCIS 100:72)
Although her husband Abraham Lincoln was president of the Union, First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln supported her brothers in the Confederate army. Name the U.S. war between the North and the South. (USCIS 100:73)
During his first term of office, this president’s first wife died. He then married Edith Galt, who aided her husband after he had a stroke during his second term. Who was President during World War I? (USCIS 100:79)
Because her husband, the President, was disabled by polio, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt traveled constantly as his representative. Who was President during the Great Depression and World War II? (USCIS 100:80)
After she served as First Lady (1993-2001), Hillary Rodham Clinton represented the state of New York in the US Senate (2001-2009). Who is one of your state’s U.S. Senators now?* (USCIS 100:20)
Michelle LaVaughn Robinson, who currently serves as the First Lady, met her husband while they both worked at a Chicago law firm. What is the name of the President of the United States now?* (USCIS 100:28)
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