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WolfCam's 50 States 1 Word Challenge

Can you name all fifty states by the one word clues I've given?
Quiz by WolfCam
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Last updated: September 23, 2018
First submittedSeptember 23, 2018
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atlantic
New Jersey
cheese
Wisconsin
diamonds
Arkansas
cape
Massachusetts
smokey
Tennessee
golden
California
alligator
Louisiana
retirement
Florida
plains
Nebraska
peninsula
Michigan
big
Alaska
tornado
Oklahoma
potato
Idaho
green
Vermont
first
Delaware
small
Rhode Island
airplane
North Carolina
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peaches
Georgia
lobster
Maine
bus
Alabama
wheat
Kansas
volcano
Hawaii
rocky
Colorado
gateway
Missouri
free
New Hampshire
racing
Indiana
hills
South Dakota
lone
Texas
sands
New Mexico
navy
Maryland
football
Ohio
casino
Nevada
oyster
Connecticut
geyser
Wyoming
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cave
Kentucky
beaver
Oregon
grand
Arizona
hockey
Minnesota
coal
West Virginia
independance
Pennsylvania
river
Mississippi
corn
Iowa
colony
Virginia
needle
Washington
arches
Utah
tower
Illinois
city
New York
sky
Montana
empty
North Dakota
secession
South Carolina
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Level 50
Sep 29, 2018
here from reddit
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Level 83
Oct 2, 2018
Excellent quiz - hope it gets featured. I'd suggest considering different clues for a couple states, as follows. (Note that the following are also based on the "rules" on reddit.) Texas is a bit confusing, since it's only half of a two word 'idea' (Lone Star); the clue for New Mexico is also a two word idea "White Sands), plus it's kinda cheating, since the rules don't allow proper nouns; tower for Illinois is vague since there are several possible answers. Finally, you might consider making Michigan's clue "peninsulas" - I don't recall if plurals are allowed.
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Level 74
Mar 15, 2019
The correct spelling is "Independence", not "Independance"