Statistics for American Geography A-Z #3

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  • The average score is 20 of 25

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
ALargest state by areaAlaska
99%
NWorld's largest waterfallNiagara Falls
97%
Z9/11 attack site in middle of ManhattanGround {Zero}
93%
GU.S. territory in the Pacific taken from SpainGuam
93%
VState that briefly used to be an independent republicVermont
93%
SCity of Amazon, Space Needle and Puget SoundSeattle
92%
DMountain that was officially known as Mount McKinley until 2015Denali
91%
HHistorically black neighbourhood in upper ManhattanHarlem
90%
I"The Land of Lincoln"Illinois
89%
MDesert that can be found in southeast CaliforniaMojave
89%
LPeople from here are sometimes known as "Cajuns"Louisiana
88%
PLargest U.S. island in Caribbean SeaPuerto Rico
87%
YNational Park in which one would find Half DomeYosemite
86%
BLargest land animal native to the United StatesBison
83%
FBiggest city in North Dakota - namesake of a Coen Brothers movieFargo
83%
ECanal that connects the cities of Buffalo and AlbanyErie Canal
82%
CTribe who were forced to walk to Oklahoma from eastern TennesseeCherokee
74%
JCapital of MissouriJefferson City
71%
OFamous reliable geyser at YellowstoneOld Faithful
71%
QMassachusetts city that was the birthplace of two Presidents named AdamsQuincy
70%
KSouthernmost incorporated city in the contiguous 48 statesKey West
61%
TBlue-green rock that is the state gemstone of ArizonaTurquoise
60%
UCity in upstate New York named for a Phoenician colonyUtica
54%
RNorth Carolina region of prestigious universities{Research} Triangle
45%
WHighest mountain in Northeastern U.S. - famous for its hurricane force windsWashington
31%

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