U.S. Geography General Knowledge #2

Answer these random American geography questions.
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What tribe has the largest reservation in the U.S. - bigger than 10 states?
Navajo
What city is served by O'Hare and Midway airports?
Chicago
What cave, located in Kentucky, has over 400 miles of passages?
Mammoth Cave
What notable university is located in South Bend, Indiana?
Notre Dame
On what island are "The Hamptons" located?
Long Island
What activity makes Aspen, Vail, and Breckenridge famous?
Skiing
What was discovered near Sutter's Mill in 1848?
Gold
What historical highway connected Chicago to Santa Monica?
Route 66
What National Park borders the city of Gatlinburg, Tennessee?
Great Smoky Mountains
What is Georgia's largest city on the Atlantic coast?
Savannah
What was formerly the biggest industry in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania?
Steel
Which of the Florida Keys has the highest population?
Key West
On what bay does Annapolis, Maryland lie?
Chesapeake Bay
What is the second biggest city in Arizona?
Tucson
Other than corn, what is most commonly grown crop in the United States?
Soybeans
What is the biggest city in Ohio that doesn't start with the letter C?
Toledo
What city on the East Coast has the largest gambling industry?
Atlantic City
What article of clothing does the lower peninsula of Michigan resemble?
Mitten
What city in Minnesota borders Lake Superior?
Duluth
What is the westernmost city in Texas?
El Paso
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Level 83
Nov 8, 2015
Yeah! Got the city in Ohio when trying to guess the city in Arizona. That's how good I am!
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Level 78
Mar 1, 2016
Easy peasy with 2:38 left. I think this will be difficult for those outside the US.
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Level 73
Sep 9, 2020
It was so difficult the first time around that I only got 6 but thanks to years of Jetpunking I'm up to 17.
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Level 62
Mar 11, 2016
Can we add "ski" or "slopes" for the Aspen question?
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Level 73
Apr 19, 2016
Ummm, no. Slopes is NOT an activity.
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Level 43
Jan 20, 2017
how bout snowing
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2016
I think you should take "Jabberwocky" for Savannah
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Level 76
Jun 18, 2018
Are the borogroves particularly mimsy there?
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Level 78
Oct 31, 2016
Played miniature golf in Duluth in 1995! I knew that was a wise investment that would eventually pay off! :-P
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Level 46
Mar 11, 2017
Please accept "66."
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Level 32
Jan 23, 2018
Same: I wrote 66 and then Highway 66 and neither was accepted.
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Level 65
Jul 15, 2019
Same
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Level ∞
Jul 16, 2020
Okay
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Level 80
Jul 26, 2020
My cousin, who was having a terrible bout of stomach flu in early 2002 when he was helping me move back from California to Virginia, clogged no fewer than three separate toilets along the historical route.
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Level 65
Sep 9, 2020
Well, that explains it.
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Level 65
Sep 9, 2020
Totally misread the question about the tribal reservation. Thought it was saying the area was bigger than 10 states combined. I got the answer anyway, but my mind was blown by that stat...probably because I was reading it wrong.
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Level 78
Sep 13, 2020
I did the same thing, but I've been reading the Tony Hillerman book series (Leaphorn and Chee) and I figured it couldn't be any other tribe. They consider their homeland - dine'tah - much bigger, but they signed a treaty after Bosque Redondo for a smaller area which has been added to through the years, but it will never again include all four of their sacred peaks.