United States Trivia: Geography
- Sources: CIA World Factbook & Wikipedia.org
- Quiz by LtHurwitz - Jul 30, 2014
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The northernmost state in the continental US is _________.
Buffalo, NY, and Toledo, OH, are both located on the coast of which lake?
At 86 meters below sea level, the lowest point in the United States is in _____ ______.
In 1803, the US bought approximately 529,920,000 acres of North America from France. This transaction is known as the ________ ________.
How many current US states include land from this transaction?
Which US state is bordered by Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida?
In the region's native Koyukon Athabaskan language, Alaska's Mount McKinley is called ______.
The tallest mountain in the world, which resides in the United States, is named _____ ___.
Cahokia was an ancient city built by the native Mississippian culture. The remains of Cahokia can be found in which US state?
The longest river in North America is the ________ River.
In which year was the US National Park Service established?
During the Revolutionary War, the majority of the Battle of Bunker Hill actually took place on _______ Hill.
In which year did the most powerful recorded earthquake in US history, at a magnitude of 9.2, hit Alaska?
Located on the Delmarva Peninsula, which state is the second smallest in land area?
Until 2010, which US mountain held the record for the strongest wind gust ever recorded on the Earth's surface?
Which US state contains the Carlsbad Caverns, Petroglyph National Monument, and White Sands National Monument?
California's San Andreas Fault is the boundary between the tectonic plates known as the Pacific Plate and the _____ ________ Plate.
Which Colorado mountain was originally called "El Capitán" by Spanish explorers?
The Moon contains an astronaut-named mountain range with the same name as a mountain range that runs through North Carolina and Tennessee. These are the _____ Mountains.
The Oregon Trail is a 19th-century wagon route that runs through Missouri, Kansas, ________, Wyoming, Idaho, and Oregon.