Statistics for U.S. State Capital Etymology

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  • The average score is 10 of 20

Answer Stats

EtymologyCapital% Correct
Explorer who "discovered" AmericaColumbus /
Columbia
99%
President of the U.S. during the Civil WarLincoln
89%
A mythological bird that rises
from its own ashes
Phoenix
80%
The author of the U.S.
Declaration of Independence
Jefferson City
60%
The fourth President of the U.S.Madison
60%
Spanish for "holy faith"Santa Fe
55%
Prussian chancellor who unified
the German states
Bismarck
53%
The seventh President of the U.S.Jackson
52%
A town in England overlooking
the English Channel
Dover
49%
A tall red pole seen when the
city was founded
Baton Rouge
45%
The English knight who established
Roanoke Colony
Raleigh
45%
Anglicized version of the Hebrew
word "shalom"
Salem
43%
Princess Anne of Denmark and NorwayAnnapolis
35%
The saint who converted the
Gentiles to Christianity
Saint Paul
35%
The first name of a French fur traderPierre
33%
A city in southern FranceMontpelier
32%
A famous frontiersman, first name KitCarson City
31%
French for "of the monks"Des Moines
31%
An English word that means
"harmony, agreement"
Concord
22%
English that refers to divine
intervention in the world
Providence
22%

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