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US Trivia: Groups of 5

Each category has five answers. Can you get them all?
Please note: all state names must be spelled out; two-letter abbreviations will not be accepted.
Source: wikipedia.org
Quiz by LtHurwitz
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Last updated: September 17, 2014
First submittedSeptember 17, 2014
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The Great Lakes of North America
Superior
Michigan
Huron
Erie
Ontario
 
Border States During the US Civil War
Missouri
Kentucky
West Virginia
Maryland
Delaware
 
The "Five Civilized Tribes" of the Southeast US
Cherokee
Chickasaw
Choctaw
Creek (Muscogee)
Seminole
 
US States That Achieved Statehood During the 20th Century
Oklahoma
New Mexico
Arizona
Alaska
Hawaii
Boroughs of New York City
Staten Island
Brooklyn
Manhattan
Queens
The Bronx
 
US Space Shuttles That Flew in Space
Columbia
Challenger
Discovery
Atlantis
Endeavour
 
US Presidents During the Vietnam War
Harry S. Truman
Dwight D. Eisenhower
John F. Kennedy
Lyndon B. Johnson
Richard Nixon
 
Kings & Queens Who Had US States Named After Them
King George II (Georgia)
King Louis XIV (Louisiana)
Queen Henrietta Maria (Maryland)
King Charles I (North & South Carolina)
Queen Elizabeth I (Virginia & West Virginia)
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level ∞
Sep 21, 2014
Nice quiz! But I don't think the Vietnam War one is correct.
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level 43
Sep 22, 2014
Hi there! Is your concern the inclusion of Truman? Depending on which resource you look at, some include him and some don't. Because of his economic and military aid to the French, some people consider him the first President of the Vietnam War. I agree that it's a matter of debate, though.
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level 57
Nov 27, 2014
United States Department of Defense has ruled that the war officially started, from a U.S. perspective, on November 1, 1955, after the U.S. took over following the French defeat at Dien Bien Phu. Truman got out of office on January 20, 1953. It official ended on April 30, 1975 under Gerald Ford. Some say it began with the killing of Lt Colonel Peter Dewey 26 Sept 1945 and ended with the Mayaguez Incident 15 May 1975.
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level 48
Oct 14, 2017
did Challenger have two flights? because it certainly didn't make it to space in 86 :(