Random History by State

Can you answer five history questions concerning the history of six randomly-changing
U.S. states?
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Last updated: December 29, 2020
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Who succeded Joseph Samith as President of the Mormons, and led the them west?
Brigham Young
What was made illegal in 1890?
What train and bank robber was born as Robert LeRoy Parker?
Butch Cassidy
What family music group originated from Ogden, Utah in the 1970s?
The Osmonds
What major event was hosted by Salt Lake City in 2002?
Winter Olympics
North Dakota
North Dakota
Since 1987, what economic figure has never exceeded 5%?
What two explorers did Sacagawea join in North Dakota?
Lewis and Clark
What President played cowboy as a young man in North Dakota?
Theodore Roosevelt
What slugger hit 61 home runs in 1961?
Roger Maris
What type of boom started in 2006 in North Dakota?
Oil Boom
New Jersey
New Jersey
Who shot Alexander Hamilton in Weehawken in 1804?
Aaron Burr
What inventor's laboratory was located in Menlo Park?
Thomas Edison
What coastal city was known as "The World's Playground" in the 1920s?
Atlantic City
What invention did Samuel Morse demonstrate for the first time in Morristown in 1838?
What river did George Washington cross to launch a surprise attack in Trenton in 1776?
Who refused to give up her bus seat in Montgomery in 1955?
Rosa Parks
What was the most important crop in Alabama before the Civil War?
What Harper Lee was set in the county of Monroeville?
To Kill a Mockingbord
In what city did three civil rights marches begin?
In what city were NASA rockets developed?
New York
New York
What country gave the Statue of Liberty to the United States?
What canal, completed in 1825, connected the Hudson River to the Great Lakes?
Erie Canal
What African-American neighborhood had a literary "Renaissance" in the 1920s?
What U.S. President was assassinated by an anarchist in Buffalo in 1901?
William McKinley
What served as the gateway to over 12 million immigrants between 1892 and 1954?
Ellis Island
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