1. Which century saw the foundation of the United States of America? * 2. In relation to the previous question, which state is regarded as the first one? * 3. Which of these states produces the most hazelnuts? * 4. Which of the 50 states is regarded as "The Cheese State"? * 5. Which state is both the leading producer of maple syrup and the safest state as of January 2016? * 6. Which is the largest state population-wise? * 7. The U.S. GDP in the last couple of years has been rivalled by China. What is the one of the U.S.? (2016 est.) * 8. Which state bears the name "The Mother of Presidents"? * 9. Alcatraz is located off the coast of which city? * 10. Which U.S. city is known as "The Big Guava"? * 11. How many Senators are there in the Senate of the United States? * 12. What does filibuster mean? * 13. Which is the biggest state territory-wise? * 14. Where is America's largest mall? * 15. Which state is believed to have invented the Fortune Cookies? *
Despite that Fortune Cookies are served in Chinese restaurants across the U.S., they are not a Chinese invention.
16. Which state has the nickname "The Yellowhammer State"? * 17. NASA's headquarters are situated in: * 18. Louisiana was purchased from: * 19. The capital city of which state is on a river? * 20. Lake Monroe is the largest lake in: * 21. The name of which state is derived from two words that mean "red people": *
HINT: The state's name is one word, not two.
22. Which is the only triply-locked U.S. state? *
HINT: No access to an ocean, a gulf, or a bay.
23. Which state is named after a former English queen? * 24. Which of the 50 states is one of the most densely karstic areas worldwide? * 25. Which is the only state that lies entirely above 1,000 m (3,281 ft) elevation? * 26. Which was the last of the contiguous states to be admitted to the Union? * 27. "The most innovative square mile on the planet" is in: * 28. The Toledo War was between: * 29. The Guadalupe Peak is the highest point in: * 30. "The Beaver State" is a nickname of: * 31. Everybody knows the U.S.A. has a coastline on the Pacific ocean. Out of the 48 contigious states, how many have a coastline there? * 32. The name of which state means "The Land of Flowers"? * 33. The least populous of all 50 U.S. states is: * 34. In which state is Glacier National Park located? * 35. Which state is most famous for its lobster fishing? * 36. The world's busiest airport by passenger traffic is in the state of: * 37. ___ has the lowest per capita personal income of any state. * 38. If you are sipping Jack Daniels in Lynchburg, which state are you getting tipsy in? * 39. The Appalachian Mountains run through the middle of: * 40. Charlotte, the third largest banking centre in the U.S. after NYC and San Francisco, is in: * 41. Which is the largest city by area in the contiguous United States? * 42. Mauna Kea, located in the Aloha state of Hawaii, is taller than Mount Everest when measured from the mountain's base. What is Mauna Kea's height above mean sea level? * 43. Which is the richest state in terms of GDP per capita? *
For 2016 in chained 2009 U.S. dollars.
44. Which was the first National Park of the United States? * 45. Where is the deepest lake in the U.S. located? * 46. The oldest tree in the U.S. is located in: * 47. Where is State Route 375, also known as the Extreterrestrial Highway? * 48. Which U.S. state is known as "The Breadbasket of the Country"? * 49. Which is Hawaii's most populated island? * 50. What was the first capital of the U.S. when the Constitution was ratified? *
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