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US Geography on the Map

Can you name the states, cities, islands, rivers, peninsulas and mountains highlighted on the map of the United States?
Alaska and Hawaii are not shown to scale
Includes one US territory, (visible on the map)
Quiz by Jiaozira
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Last updated: September 8, 2018
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First submittedDecember 14, 2016
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States
Alabama
Idaho
Kansas
Maryland
Vermont
 
Cities
Boston
Denver
Detroit
Miami
San Francisco
Islands
Hawai'i
Kodiak
Long Island
Oahu
Puerto Rico
 
Rivers
Chattahoochee
Columbia
Hudson
Mississippi
Rio Grande
Peninsulas
Alaska
Florida
Lower Peninsula
Olympic
Upper Peninsula
 
Mountains
Denali
Mount Elbert
Mount Rainier
Mount Rushmore
Mount Whitney
9 Comments
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Level 68
Dec 14, 2016
Good quiz. It's Mount Rainier.
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Level 70
Dec 15, 2016
Fixed. Thank you :)
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Level 76
Dec 15, 2016
very nice! under graphics maybe green isn't the best option as starting colour for mountains and a highlighted river isn't too easy to tell. Not sure why peninsulas aren't in alphabetical order
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Level 70
Dec 15, 2016
Fixed alphabetical order. I will make the recommended changes as soon as possible. Thank you :)
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Level 65
Dec 15, 2016
Nice quiz. I've been waiting for this quiz for a while :)
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Level 70
Dec 15, 2016
Thanks!
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Level 66
Jan 19, 2017
That's not the Caloosahatchee River. It's the Chattahoochee
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Level 85
May 13, 2022
And the lower portion of it is called the Apalachicola. It's the the combined flows of the Chattahoochee River and the Flint River.
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Level 48
Jun 30, 2023
Good quiz! The mountains are a bit strange. There are so many mountains in Colorado that it took a long time to get it -while Mt. Elbert may be the tallest, it is definitely not the most famous. Seemed a bit arbitrary