Wednesday, September 22, 2021

US Geography Trivia Questions and Answers

US Geography Trivia Questions and Answers are about the US states, deserts, lakes, rivers, and their geographical location.

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Q1. America is known for its widely varying climate. Can you name the four main states that make up Tornado Alley?
Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska
Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky
California, Nevada, Oregon, Idaho
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts

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Q2. ___________ here is the country's hottest temperature was recorded.
Lake Havasu City, Arizona
Death Valley, California
Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, New Mexico
Gold Rock Ranch, California

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Q3. __________ body of water does not border America.
Pacific Ocean
East Siberian Sea
Gulf of Mexico
Atlantic Ocean

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Q4. ___________ tropical wilderness is home to the American crocodile and Florida panther.
Sequoia National Forest
The Everglades
The Ozarks
Hoh Rainforest

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Q5. _________ river carved the Grand Canyon.
Yukon River
Colorado River
Columbia River
Rio Grande River

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Q6. Minnesota is known as the land of 10,000 lakes, but ________ U.S. state lays claim to more than 3 million lakes.
Hawaii
Alaska
Texas
California

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Q7. America can be broken down into nine geographic divisions. __________ state is not part of New England.
New York
Massachusetts
Connecticut
Vermont

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Q8. The four presidents on Mt. Rushmore represent the birth, growth, development and preservation of America. ________ president is not on the monument.
John Quincy Adams
Theodore Roosevelt
Thomas Jefferson
Abraham Lincoln

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Q9. The Great Plains is an expanse of flatland that spans 10 U.S. states. ______ state is not part of the Great Plains.
Kansas
Nebraska
Idaho
South Dakota

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Q10. _______ is the national mammal of America.
Armadillo
Brown bear
American bison
American moose

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Q11. Jamestown was the first permanent settlement in America. _______ was the most recent state to join.




Arizona
Alaska
New Mexico
Hawaii

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Q12. __________ is the single largest freshwater lake in the world.




Lake Tahoe
Lake Superior
Crater Lake
Great Salt Lake

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Q13. ________ country is smaller than America.
China
Russia
Brazil
Canada

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Q14. Old Faithful is a geyser that has erupted at least once every two hours since 2000. It is located in ________.
Wyoming
Utah
California
Colorado

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Q15. More than 100 people died building the Hoover Dam, which is located between these two states.
Utah and Colorado
Wyoming and Idaho
Nevada and Arizona
Oklahoma and Kansas

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Q16. _________ is not a mountain range in America.
Sierra Nevada
Appalachian Mountains
The Andes
Rocky Mountains

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Q17. ________ U.S. state has the most coastline.
Alaska
California
Hawaii
Florida

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Q18. ___________ state is home to the most natural landmarks.
California
Indiana
New York
Texas

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Q19. America is split among several time zones. _________ state is not in the Mountain Time Zone.
Colorado
Utah
New Mexico
Washington

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Q20. ________ is not an American desert.
Mojave Desert
Gobi Desert
Sonoran Desert
Chihuahuan Desert

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Q21. The Mississippi River border or run through ______ states.
5
10
15
20

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Q22. California is home to more than a dozen salt flats. _________ U.S. state is home to the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Utah
California
Florida
Texas

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Q23. ________ largest cliff dwelling in America is the 150-room Cliff Palace, located in what U.S. state.
Colorado
California
Montana
South Dakota

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Q24. Elephant Butte, Three Sisters and the North Window are all land forms you can find in ________ area of America.
Monument Valley
Bryce Canyon
Yellowstone National Park
Joshua Tree

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Q25. ________ is the largest lake in America besides the Great Lakes.
Great Salt Lake
Crater Lake
Lake Okeechobee
Lake Tahoe

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US GEOGRAPHY TRIVIA QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:

US Geography Trivia Questions and Answers are about geographical aspects of the U.S.A.

ABOUT THE GEOGRAPHY:

In terms of area and topography, it is the third-largest country in the world. The eastern part is composed of hills and low mountains, and the central part is a vast plain (called the Great Plains area). To the west are high mountains (some of which are volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest).

ABOUT THE TRIVIA:

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