Nebraska Trivia

Name these things associated with the state of Nebraska.
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Last updated: September 5, 2019
First submittedSeptember 5, 2019
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Capital city
Most populous city
The third-richest person in the world, as of 2019
Warren Buffett
River that runs through the middle of the state
Pointy landmark featured on the Nebraska state quarter
Chimney Rock
Tree-planting holiday started in Nebraska in 1872
Arbor Day
Team name of the University of Nebraska
States that border Nebraska
South Dakota
This word describes Nebraska's legislature, the only one in the country to
have just a single chamber
Nebraskan who ran for President several times, served as Secretary of State, wanted to
ban the teaching of evolution, and gave the famous "Cross of Gold" speech
William Jennings
President born in Nebraska in 1913
Gerald Ford
Level 88
Sep 5, 2019
Good quiz. Typocraphical error in question four: 'tthe'.
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Sep 5, 2019
Level 58
Sep 6, 2019
Nice one. I thought I knew nothing about Nebraska but didn't do bad.
Level 67
Sep 7, 2019
When I was in fifth or sixth grade I did a "state report" on Nebraska. I remember writing to the tourism office, which mailed me a lot of nice materials, which I appreciated.
Level 79
Jan 3, 2020
Only missed the river. Only been to Nebraska once. We drove through there in 2000 on our way out to California. So many bugs in the air by the time we got to Wyoming it looked like we had slaughtered an animal on the hood of my car.
Level 63
Jan 3, 2020
Funny enough, Nebraska has more miles of river than any US State (except perhaps Alaska). Source: Most of them are just wide and shallow, and meander across the landscape, with the exception of the Missouri River, which makes up the border with Iowa.
Level 78
Jan 3, 2020
I've driven through Nebraska several times and this didn't sound possible to me so I did some research. According to the government's National Wild and Scenic Rivers website, Nebraska has only around 79,000 miles of rivers with 197 miles designated wild or scenic, while number one Alaska has around 365,000 miles of river. California, Montana, Oregon, and Idaho round out the top five in that order.
Level 54
Feb 4, 2020
Lets go all but platte