Sunday Special - Cities of the USA

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luckytrim

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Sunday Special - Cities of the USA

1. Three Largest (by population) cities in the USA...
2. Northernmost State Capital...
3. Southernmost State Capital...
4. Westernmost State Capital...
5. Easternmost State Capital...
6. Northernmost State Capital, lower 48... 7. Southernmost State Capital, lower 48...
8. Westernmost State Capital, lower 48...
9. State Capital with the largest population...
10. State Capital covering the largest area...
11. "The Big Peach"...
12.. "The Hub of the Universe"....
13. Wright Brothers hometown...
14. Georgia's two ports...
15. Minnesota Great Lakes Port...
16. Indiana Great Lakes Port...
17. Windsor, Ontario's Sister City...
18. Florida's "Sunshine City"...
19. City served by Ronald Reagan Airport...
20. City served by John Wayne Airport
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1. New York, Los Angeles, Chicago
2. Juneau, Alaska
3. Honolulu, Hawaii
4. Honolulu
5. Augusta, Maine
6. Olympia, Washington
7. Austin, Texas
8. Salem, Oregon
9. Phoenix, Arizona
10. Juneau, Alaska
11. Atlanta, Georgia
12.Boston, Mass.
13. Dayton, Ohio
14. Savannah, Brunswick
15. Duluth
16. Gary
17. Detroit, Mich.
18. St. Petersburg
19. Washington, D.C.
20. Long Beach (Orange County)
 

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1. New York, Los Angeles, Chicago
2. Juneau, Alaska
3. Honolulu, Hawaii
4. Honolulu
5. Augusta, Maine

6. Olympia, Washington--Rats, this was my other choice.
7. Austin, Texas--I said Tallahassee, but I thought about Austin.
8. Salem, Oregon
9. Phoenix, Arizona
10. Juneau, Alaska
11. Atlanta, Georgia

12.Boston, Mass.
13. Dayton, Ohio
14. Savannah, Brunswick
15. Duluth
16. Gary

17. Detroit, Mich.
18. St. Petersburg
19. Washington, D.C.
20. Long Beach (Orange County)--I got the county right, but I was thinking it is in Ontario.

:)Barbara
 

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Ok, here is my little U.S. trivia question. Which of the lower 48 has the northernmost point? (LT--I don't remember ever seeing this in your trivia, but if you did have it, I guess we're having it again!).

Highlight between brackets for the answer [Minnesota].

:)Barbara
 

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1. New York, Los Angeles, Chicago
2. Juneau, Alaska
3. Honolulu, Hawaii
4. Honolulu
5. Augusta, Maine
6. Olympia, Washington
7. Austin, Texas
8. Salem, Oregon
9. Phoenix, Arizona
10. Juneau, Alaska
11. Atlanta, Georgia
12.Boston, Mass.
13. Dayton, Ohio
14. Savannah, Brunswick
15. Duluth
16. Gary
17. Detroit, Mich.
18. St. Petersburg
19. Washington, D.C.
20. Long Beach (Orange County)
 

luckytrim

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Ok, here is my little U.S. trivia question. Which of the lower 48 has the northernmost point? (LT--I don't remember ever seeing this in your trivia, but if you did have it, I guess we're having it again!).

Highlight between brackets for the answer [Minnesota].

:)Barbara


...wasn't that long ago.......................
trivia 7/16
DID YOU KNOW...
Mario, of Super Mario Bros. fame, appeared in the 1981 arcade game, Donkey
Kong
. His original name was Jumpman, but was changed to Mario to honor the
Nintendo of America's landlord, Mario Segali.


[FONT=&quot]1. do you recall the name of superman's super dog?
2. by what name is lysergic acid diethylamide better known?
3. which state is home to the northernmost point in the lower 48?

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Barbara L

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...wasn't that long ago.......................
trivia 7/16
DID YOU KNOW...
Mario, of Super Mario Bros. fame, appeared in the 1981 arcade game, Donkey
Kong
. His original name was Jumpman, but was changed to Mario to honor the
Nintendo of America's landlord, Mario Segali.


[FONT=&quot]1. do you recall the name of superman's super dog?
2. by what name is lysergic acid diethylamide better known?
3. which state is home to the northernmost point in the lower 48?

[/FONT]
LOL I thought you might have, since you are pretty much on top of things! A lot of people don't know that, so I thought I would throw it in just in case!

:)Barbara
 

Claire

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Did better than I thought I would. Most of my misses were simply because I can't remember some states' capitals! OK, Ok I'm 55 and probably memorized them when I was in 6th grade! In most of those (most northerly, southerly, etc) I had the right state but couldn't remember what the state capital was! The more obscure ones (Duluth, Gary, Savannah) I got right (but then, I've visited those places in the past couple of decades!) I'm going to get hubby on here and see how many he gets! Knowing him, probably all.
 
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