The Americas Geography By Letter - H

Can you guess these North and South American geographical answers that start with the letter H?
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Last updated: December 22, 2019
First submittedAugust 26, 2014
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One of the Great Lakes
Los Angeles district that
is synonymous with movies
Central American country
Neighbor of the Dominican Republic
Island where the above is located
Capital of Nova Scotia
Term for a person from Indiana
Historically black neighborhood
in upper Manhattan
Capital of Pennsylvania
Capital of Cuba
Biggest city in Texas
Massive dam on the Colorado River
Hoover Dam
Term for a vast estate of Latin America
Major city in Ontario's "Golden Horseshoe"
Huge ocean bay of northeast Canada
Hudson Bay
Capital of Montana
San Francisco hippie neighborhood
Large reservoir on the Colorado River
Lake Havasu
Capital of Connecticut
Long Island area where the
wealthy "summer"
The Hamptons
Level 72
Jan 29, 2015
Fairly easy quiz, but fun.
Level 67
Mar 11, 2015
How is "Hacienda" a geographical term?
Level 79
Oct 7, 2015
We did about haciendas in Geography, so I suppose it must be.
Level 79
Mar 11, 2015
pretty easy. got 100% with 2:44 left
Level 74
Mar 11, 2015
20/20 with 3:09 left - had to think about Lake Havasu
Level 34
Mar 11, 2015
Got the Pennsylvania right away cause I live in PA. Just went to Harrisburg today, actually.
Level 78
Mar 12, 2015
Never heard of the "golden horseshoe" or Hamilton, rest were easy for me.
Level 26
Jun 22, 2016
um, isn't lake mead the largest reservoir on the colorado?
Level 34
Mar 21, 2017
Large reservoir, not largEST
Level 53
Feb 20, 2018
I wish Americans would learn there's a world outside of the USA
Level 78
Apr 19, 2019
Well, we do actually know that, but since the title of the quiz (The Americas Geography) indicates there may some U.S. geography questions on the quiz in addition to the questions about other parts of the Americas, I don't think we can expect to see too many questions about regions or countries outside of that area. There are several other region specific quizzes on the sight, but I've never seen that insinuation/accusation leveled at anyone from say Moldova or Palau. It sorta sounds like you may not like people from the USA .I really hope that isn't correct because some of us aren't so bad.
Level 72
Nov 1, 2019
POOCH, you are completely missing the point. It's not about "not liking" people from the USA, it's about not liking insularity. This quiz purports to be about the Americas. I haven't counted but that must include about 40 countries or more. Yet more than half of the questions refer just to one - the USA. As if that was the only one that really mattered. PatrickDD249's observation is spot on.
Level 65
Mar 25, 2020
POOCH's reply has already given you the answer: many of them don't want to learn such thing. He thinks it's normal that in a quiz they say is about the Americas there are more questions about the USA alone than about the other nearly 40 countries...
Level 65
May 3, 2018
Anyway you could accept Height instead of Haight?
Level 67
Apr 17, 2021
Wait...aren't all of these questions about North America...?
Level 63
May 19, 2021
US centric - :S