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U.S. State Trivia

4.1
(28 votes)
13 questions
English
Each answer is an American state
1

The answer to each question is a U.S. state. This will involve typing, choosing and identifying on the map. 😎

2

Which is the only U.S. state to be named after a U.S. President?

Washington

77% got this right

The State of Washington was the 42nd to be admitted to the Union, in 1889
3

The longest underground cave system in the world is found in which U.S. state?

Kentucky

Alabama

Arkansas

Florida

Hard  24% got this right

The Mammoth-Flint Cave system, Kentucky. As of 2022, more than 426 miles of passageways had been surveyed.
4

The famous Indy 500 annual race is held where?

Hard  34% got this right

The Indianapolis 500 is held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) in Speedway, Indianapolis
5

The grave of Elvis Presley is located in which U.S. state?

Hard  24% got this right

The grave is at Graceland, in Memphis
6

Which U.S. state has the longest coastline?

Alaska

Florida

Hawaii

Texas

44% got this right

At 665,384 square miles, Alaska is more than double the size of the second largest state, Texas
7

Which U.S. state is the smallest in area?

Rhode Island

53% got this right

Rhode Island's distances North to South are 48 miles, & East to West 37 miles. It is over 400 times smaller than Alaska.
8

This state - associated by many with its cheese and dairy production - is also where the typewriter was invented.

Wisconsin

65% got this right

The first commercially successful typewriter was invented in Milwaukee in 1867; also the first to have a QWERTY keyboard
9

Where in the United States is the only royal palace in the country located?

Hard  10% got this right

The ʻIolani Palace was the royal residence of the rulers of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi
10

The first drive-in movie theatre in the U.S. opened in this state, 16 years before local boy Bruce Springsteen was born.

New Jersey

Hard  25% got this right

The drive in theatre opened in 1933. New Jersey native Springsteen was born in 1949.
11

This state's geography, particularly it's "Green Mountain" range gave it its name, from a french translation

Vermont

Hard  34% got this right

Vermont's modern name comes from a French translation of "Green Mountains": the state was a French colony until 1763
12

This - the least populated state in the U.S. - is also home to geological features such as Devil's Tower

Wyoming

52% got this right

Wyoming is ranked among the least religious states in the country
13

Technology/ transport pioneers The Wright brothers and Neil Armstrong were all natives of this state

Hard  12% got this right