Geography Quiz / 50 Interesting State Facts

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This state's highest point is 13,796 feet.
This state used to have a mountain that looked like a old man.
This state's state fish is the Northern pike.
This state is 96 miles long.
This state's state animal is the Black Bear.
This state has the headquarters for John Deere.
This state has a arch that is called the Gateway Arch.
This state has a city called The City of Brotherly Love.
This state's nickname is The Natural State.
This state has a county named Beaver.
This state is ranked 2nd in craft breweries per capita.
This state has a trail called The Freedom Trail.
This state has 9 minor league baseball teams.
This state as of 2009, remains the least densely populated state of the U.S.
This state's flag has a palm tree and moon on it.
This state's nickname is Land of 10,000 Lakes.
This state is famous for starting a restaurant about fried chicken.
One of this state's famous residents was Pocahontas.
This state has a city called The Mile High City.
People from this state are sometimes called Sooners.
This state has a place called Pony Express National Historic Trail.
This state has the world's largest outhouse.
This state has the Grand Teton National Park
This state is famous for it's peaches.
This state is home to Baseball's Hall of Fame.
Fact State
This state has a town called Truth or Consequences
This state has a famous race track that has a 500 mile race every February.
This state was home to the infamous Senator Joe McCarthy
This state has a college campus with a mural affectionately known as Touchdown Jesus
Over 80% of this state's land is owned by the federal government.
This state is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
This state has the highest peak--Mt Whitney--in the contiguous 48 states.
This state's population was ranked the smartest, on average, by a recent poll.
This state's capital means Red Stick.
This state produces the majority of farm-raised catfish consumed in the U.S.
Despite this state's name, it's land is completely contained within the continental U.S.
This state is home to Jordan-Hare Stadium and Legion Field.
This state is home to the Crazy Horse Memorial.
This state has two parts, separated by the Straits of Mackinac.
This state had an ex-Governor who resigned as Vice President of the U.S. in the 1970s.
This state's name means friends or allies in native American languages.
This state has a famous red rock area known for crystals, vortexas, and other new age imagery.
This state is home to what is considered the largest organism in the world -- Armillaria ostoyae fungus.
This state is 4th largest in land mass after Alaska, Texas, and California.
This state has a Brown vs. Board of Education National Historic Site.
Among this state's richest people include Jeff Bezos, Steve Ballmer, and Howard Schultz.
This state recognizes an official Aviation Pioneer--Igor Sikorsky.
This state is home to more than 80% of NASCAR teams.
This state is home to companies Johnson & Johnson, Schering-Plough, and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
This state is famous for it's potatoes.

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