Statistics for North American Geography Quiz #2

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  • This quiz has been taken 167 times
  • The average score is 15 of 20

Answer Stats

QuestionAnswer% Correct
What U.S. state was an independent country between 1836 and 1846?Texas
96%
What is the oldest national park in the United States - and also the world?Yellowstone
94%
On what peninsula would you find the cities of Mérida and Cancún?Yucatán
90%
Which North American capital city is farthest north?Ottawa
88%
What is the name of the string of islands off the southern tip of Florida?Florida {Keys}
83%
To what country do the islands of Aruba, Curaçao and Saba belong?Netherlands
83%
What is the collective name of Horeshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls?Niagara Falls
83%
What is the busiest airport that serves Chicago?O'Hare
81%
What island is the birthplace of pop singer Rihanna?Barbados
80%
What is the tallest mountain in the United States?Denali
80%
Which North American capital city is farthest south?Panama City
78%
What volcano in Washington state erupted in 1980, killing 57 people?Mount St. Helens
73%
What African religion became merged into Catholic beliefs and is practiced
in Haiti and Louisiana?
Vodou
72%
What tribe has the largest reservation in the U.S. - bigger than 10 states?Navajo
71%
In what desert is Las Vegas located?Mojave
69%
What is the largest lake in Central America?Lake Nicaragua
63%
What is the Spanish name of Havana?La {Habana}
58%
What is the capital of British Columbia?Victoria
57%
For what green bird is the currency of Guatemala named?Quetzal
45%
From what country did the U.S. buy its Virgin Islands in 1917?Denmark
33%

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