This great nation was founded on principles of equality and religious freedom, and the Bible formed the moral pillars from which our constitution was born. See how much you know about the birth of our nation and the principles that forged this great country.
What world leader(s) funded Christopher Columbus' expedition across the Atlantic Ocean?
The purpose of Columbus' first voyage was to prove the world was round.
The prevailing thought among European monarchs at the time of Charles I, who reigned from 1625-1642, was the idea that their power was mandated from God. What is this political doctrine called?
William Penn's advanced democratic political ideals were a great inspiration to the founding fathers. Philadelphia was the first city that Penn planned and built in his colony. What does the word "Philadelphia" mean?
Who was the first person to sign the Constitution of the United States?
Who first used the words "wall of separation" in talking about church and state?
What do the colors of the American flag symbolize?
Who was the first President to live in the White House?