America True or False- For Pro's Only

WARNING: This quiz is not for anybody but pro's.
Sources: MapQuest Travel, BestLife
Quiz by JackQuizzer
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Last updated: December 23, 2020
First submittedNovember 13, 2020
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1. The US Has the 3rd Longest River system in the world
True
False
The US Has the 2nd longest
2. Washington D.C. wasn't always the US capital
True
False
During the Revolutionary war, there were more than 10 different capitals.
3. There are more barrels of Bourbon that people in Kentucky
True
False
4. The Official language of America is English
True
False
America has not official language
5. Florida has the longest coastline of any state
True
False
Alaska does
6. The Gateway Arch is the tallest monument in the US
True
False
The Arch is 630 feet tall the Space Needle is 605' and the Washington Monument is 555')
7. The US has the 2nd longest cave system in the World
True
False
It has the longest
8. The North Pole is in Alaska
True
False
9. More than 10 of the original signers of the Declaration of Independence were British
True
False
Only 8 were
10. Grizzly Bears no longer live in California
True
False
11. George Washington is the only person to every be on the Dollar Bill
True
False
When is was first circulated during the Civil War, the Secretary of the Treasury was on the bill
12. Uncle Sam wasn't a real man
True
False
He was a New York native an a veteran of the War of 1812
13. Hawaii and New Mexico don't participate in Day Light Savings time
True
False
Hawaii and most of ARIZONA don't participate
14. In Michigan, it's legal to hunt Unicorns with a license
True
False
*sigh*
15. In Mississippi, unclaimed bags at airports are sold
True
False
That's in Alabama
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Level 72
Nov 13, 2020
The subtitle doesn't make sense. Pro's what?
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Level 56
Nov 13, 2020
The quiz is only for people who are pro's at american general knowledge.
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Level 84
Nov 13, 2020
1) There are a lot of bears in California. I think you mean specifically grizzly bears, which haven't been seen in CA in approximately 100 years. But there are plenty of black bears.

2)There is a North Pole, AK but the actual North Pole (which is what I assumed you were asking for because you reference it as "The North Pole") does not have any territorial claims to it. Meaning no country owns it.

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Level 56
Nov 13, 2020
California Problem is fixed. Thanks!