100 Questions about the United States

The United States is the most guessed country on JetPunk. How much do you know about this country?
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Last updated: September 15, 2018
First submittedJune 10, 2017
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The United States of America
Capital
Washington, D.C.
Current president
Donald Trump
His residence, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
White House
Year of independence
1776
Independence Day
Fourth of July
National anthem
Star-Spangled Banner
How does this anthem begin?
O say can you see
Currency
U.S. Dollar
Neighboring countries
Canada
Mexico
The US consists of ... states
50
Biggest city
New York City
Present of France, now landmark of ^
Statue of Liberty
Most populous state
California
The above had this in 1848
Gold Rush
Mountain with 4 heads of presidents
Mount Rushmore
The three major mountain ranges
Appalachians
Rocky Mountains
Sierra Nevada
Highest mountain
Denali
State where this mountain is located
Alaska
Female personification (like Britannia for the UK)
Columbia
How do you call a person from Indiana?
Hoosier
Large retailing corporation founded by Sam Walton
Walmart
Home of the U.S. film industry
Hollywood
Belt once known for steel and heavy industry, now known for decrease
Rust Belt
16th President of the United States, Great Emancipator
Abraham Lincoln
^ was President during this war
Civil War
Participants in this war
Confederacy
Union
State of Dallas, Houston or El Paso
Texas
Year the last state joined the U.S.
1959
Major political parties
Democratic
Republican
Their symbols (animals)
Donkey
Elephant
Legislature of the federal government
Congress
Upper chamber of ^
Senate
Lower chamber of ^
House of Representatives
Name the Great Lakes
Lake Superior
Lake Michigan
Lake Huron
Lake Erie
Lake Ontario
He says: "I want you", initials U.S.
Uncle Sam
Last president to be assassinated, great conspiracy about his death
John F. Kennedy
First national park in the U.S.
Yellowstone National Park
National language (they don't have an official language)
English
Animated sitcom which play in Springfield
The Simpsons
Main producer of maple syrup
Vermont
Talk show host best-known for her personal show
Oprah Winfrey
Fourth Thursday of November
Thanksgiving
Very popular meat for the ^ event
Turkey
Fruit pie with apples, American cultural icon
Apple Pie
The city where you can gamble legally and marry quickly
Las Vegas
...is located in which U.S. state?
Nevada
Broad expanse of flat land west of the Mississippi River
Great Plains
Longest U.S. river
Missouri River
Top corn producer
Iowa
This Caribbean island might become the 51st state
Puerto Rico
Biggest Native American tribe by population (in Arizona)
Navajo
This city "hosted" the Summer of Love
San Francisco
This type of natural hazard destroyed ^ in 1906
Earthquake
The Sunshine State
Florida
The four major U.S. sports leagues
Major League Baseball
National Basketball Association
National Football League
National Hockey League
Capital of Massachusetts
Boston
1773 political protest in ^
Tea Party
Home for the Red Sox
Fenway Park
Region comprising the northeastern states
New England
Series of programs in response to the Great Depression by FDR
New Deal
The 21st amendment ended the ....
Prohibition
Olympic Summer Games host cities
Atlanta
Los Angeles
St. Louis
American emergency telephone number
9-1-1
Flat valley that dominates the geographical center of California
Central Valley
Largest endorheic area in North America
Great Basin
Smallest state in area
Rhode Island
This female tennis player has the most Grand Slam titles
Serena Williams
Star of the Cleveland Cavaliers
LeBron James
NOLA, Bourbon Street
New Orleans
Music genre originated in African American communities of ^
Jazz
Ethnic group living mostly in Louisiana
Cajun
Originially known as All Hallows' Eve
Halloween
Motown, Hockeytown
Detroit
California suspension bridge
Golden Gate Bridge
Most populous Hawaiian island
O'ahu
Auto racing governing organization
NASCAR
National Park near Miami
Everglades
This complex of buildings was destroyed on September 11, 2001
World Trade Center
Western part of the U.S. during 19th century, cowboys
Wild West
Largest U.S. stadium, located in Ann Arbor
Michigan Stadium
World's largest airline
American Airlines
Founder of Pennsylvania
William Penn
^ was part of this religious group
Quakers
He wrote The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Mark Twain
American actor often referred to as "The King", Gone with the Wind
Clark Gable
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Level 56
Jun 10, 2017
Great quiz! I got 92. But can you allow "Oh say can you see" too, instead of "O say can you see."
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Level 72
Jun 10, 2017
Sure
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Level 56
Jun 10, 2017
Cool. Thanks.
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Level 56
Jun 22, 2017
Good quiz, got 96/100. Could you make it so that you don't have to type in the last word of everything, like "bridge" for golden gate bridge, "war" when you say war in the question, etc.
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Level 51
Sep 18, 2017
Would IndyCar be acceptable for the NASCAR one?
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Level 72
Sep 18, 2017
Ok