U.S. Geography True or False?

Guess whether these U.S. geographical statements are true or false.
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Last updated: March 8, 2021
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1. Washington D.C. is on the western side of the Potomac River
True
False
2. Every U.S. state has received snow in the 21st century
True
False
3. O'ahu is Hawaii's largest island by area
True
False
4. The U.S. border with Canada is world's longest international land border
True
False
5. Colorado is home to the tallest mountain in the contiguous U.S.
True
False
It is located in California, in Sierra Nevada
6. The U.S. is one of the countries that claim a piece of Antarctica
True
False
7. Miami is on the Gulf of Mexico
True
False
8. Yellowstone is the most visited U.S. national park
True
False
Great Smoky Mountains on the NC-TN border is
9. Texas produces more oil than any other state
True
False
10. Michigan borders all the Great Lakes
True
False
All but Lake Ontario
11. The United Nations headquarters are located in New York City
True
False
12. Maryland is located on Chesapeake Bay
True
False
13. The Mississippi River empties into the Gulf of Mexico in Mississippi
True
False
It empties in Louisiana
14. There is an intersection between Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona
True
False
15. Other than Alaska, Maine is the northernmost U.S. state
True
False
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Mar 8, 2021
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