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US-Superlatives

Name the Places, People...that are #1 in the USA
the USA are always a plural
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Last updated: January 25, 2020
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Highest Mountain
6,190 m/ 20,310 ft
Denali
Most spoken language
82.1%
English
(American Record) Biggest lake
82,100 km²/ 31,700 sq mi
Lake Superior
Biggest lake entirely in the USA
58,016 km²/ 22,404 sq mi
Lake Michigan
Biggest state
1,717,854 km²/ 663,268 sq mi
Alaska
Smallest state
3,144 km² / 1,214 sq mi
Rhode Island
Biggest city
8,398,748 inhabitants (without metropolian area)
New York City
Biggest little city
245,255 inhabitants (slang)
Reno
Tallest building
541.3 m/ 1,776 ft
One World Trade Center
Biggest neighbour by area
9,984,670 km²/ 3,855,100 sq mi
Canada
Biggest neigbour by population
124,574,795 inhabitants
Mexico
Most Populated State
39,536,653 inhabitants
California
Least populated State
579,315 inhabitants
Wyoming
Richest man (It's NOT Donald Trump)
79,200,000,000 USD (estimated)
Bill Gates
Oldest President
70 at inauguration
Donald Trump
Youngest President
42 at inauguration
Theodore Roosevelt
Most successful team of the MLB
too many titles to name here
New York Yankees
Longest River
4,087 km/ 2,341 mi
Missouri
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Oldest States
since 1776
Connecticut
Delaware
Georgia
Maryland
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Virginia
Youngest State
since 1959
Hawaii
Biggest Company
117,386,000,000 USD
General Electric
First American in Space
1961
Alan Shepard
First American (and first human as well) on the moon
1969
Neil Armstrong
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