Answers are U.S States

Each of these clues describes one of the fifty states. Name which state each clue describes.
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Last updated: July 31, 2017
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Clue
State
Seceded from another state during the civil war
West Virginia
Land of the Midnight Sun
Alaska
State known for cranberries
Massachusetts
The hotel that The Shining is based of off is located in this State
Colorado
The U.S Naval Academy is here
Maryland
State home to Churchill Downs
Kentucky
Most recent state to be an independent country
Hawaii
Abraham Lincoln lived in this state
Illinois
The northernmost state in the contiguous 48
Minnesota
Home to Glacier National Park
Montana
Graceland is located here
Tennessee
State that produces the most corn
Iowa
In 1980 the Miracle on Ice happened in this state
New York
Hurricane Katrina flooded the largest city in this state
Louisiana
The capital of this state is known for racing
Indiana
Stephen King lives here
Maine
"Toto, i don't think we're" here "anymore"
Kansas
Clue
State
The Bus Boycott occurred in this state
Alabama
First state to secede from the union
South Carolina
Largest Tornado Ever occurred here
Oklahoma
First U.S State
Delaware
State known for large deserts and casinos
Nevada
Home to the largest Native American Reservation in the U.S
Arizona
The Beaver State
Oregon
This state almost had a war with Ohio
Michigan
Northeastern State that was once an independent country
Vermont
Windiest place in the world is on a mountain in this state
New Hampshire
This state is known for the Keys
Florida
Southernmost New England state
Connecticut
Only mainland U.S state to have a rainforest
Washington
The capital of this state is Boise
Idaho
State famous for Peaches and Peanuts
Georgia
This state's capital is named for the 16th President
Nebraska
A major city here is known as The Gateway to the West
Missouri
Clue
State
State on the northern bank of the Rio Grande
Texas
This is the most populous state in the U.S
California
Least populous state
Wyoming
State with the most Spanish speakers
New Mexico
The Wright Brothers first flew here
North Carolina
Only U.S state with Diamonds
Arkansas
Famous for "Cheeseheads
Wisconsin
The largest city here is Grand Forks
North Dakota
Home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Ohio
Location of Narragansett Bay
Rhode Island
Famous for the Great Salt Lake and Zion National Park
Utah
Home to the Hersey Factory
Pennsylvania
State with the confederate flag on its state flag
Mississippi
George Washington was born here
Virginia
Home to the Badlands
South Dakota
Most densely populated state
New Jersey
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Level 92
Jul 31, 2017
Great quiz - a really interesting set of questions.
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Level 22
Nov 29, 2022
Great Quiz-If you wanted to update it you could find a new question for Mississippi since they changed their flag.