Statistics for Smaller U.S. Cities That You May Know

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Population Hint Answer % Correct
43,226Boston suburb known for its infamous witch trialsSalem
84%
7,724Site of the deadliest battle of the Civil WarGettysburg
80%
24,118Ernest Hemingway once lived in this southernmost city
in the lower 48 states
Key West
76%
33,792This city actually has five different zips codes including 90209 and 90213Beverly Hills
72%
7,372Least populous state capitalMontpelier
69%
14,257Where you'll find the intersection of Chocolate and Cocoa avenuesHershey
66%
31,187Shares its name with the Ivy League university located thereinPrinceton
66%
7,401Has possibly the most expensive real estate in the U.S., with the
median home selling for over $5 million
Aspen
65%
47,551Did a UFO crash near here in 1947? We may never know.Roswell
64%
10,559People often mistakenly add the word "hole" to this town's nameJackson
63%
7,446Former whaling center featured in many a dirty limerickNantucket
57%
1,754Home to the Baseball Hall of FameCooperstown
46%
85,618Minnesota's port on Lake SuperiorDuluth
45%
3,870The Iditarod sled dog race ends at this city on the Bering SeaNome
44%
5,704Its most famous resident is a groundhogPunxsutawney
41%
38,312Elvis was born here in 1935Tupelo
38%
35,957Get court-martialed and you may end up in this city home to the
military's only maximum security prison
Leavenworth
33%
4,467Northernmost city in the U.S.Utqiagvik
(formerly Barrow)
32%
3,880Rainy city where "Twilight" was setForks
26%
1,293Wild Bill Hickok died in this Old West boomtown in the Black HillsDeadwood
25%

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