Trivia Quiz

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Q1:   57% of 154192 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 57 points
Which state was NOT one of the original 13 colonies?
Delaware
New Hampshire
Connecticut
Vermont
New York

Q2:   64% of 154197 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 64 points
Which is the least populated state capital in the U.S.?
Boise, ID
Montpelier, VT
Lansing, MI
Carson City, NV
Springfield, IL

Q3:   49% of 154198 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 49 points
Who was president at the beginning of the Great Depression?
Herbert Hoover
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt
James Polk
Warren G. Harding

Q4:   31% of 154197 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 31 points
What city is the capital of Michigan?
Ann Arbor
Detroit
Flint
Lansing
Springfield

Q5:   35% of 154200 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 35 points
What American city is known as "The Insurance Capital of the World"?
Toledo, OH
Hartford, CT
Springfield, IL
Carson City, NV
Ogden, UT

Q6:   52% of 154195 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 52 points
What was the name of the first European child born in the New World (America)?
Francis Bean
Virginia Dare
Victoria Raleigh
Susannah Darby
George Washington, Jr.

Q7:   76% of 154196 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 76 points
Exactly what was located at Gettysburg that the Battle of Gettysburg was fought over?
Lincoln's mother's farm
A large munitions factory
A large shoe factory
A warehouse of Army provisions
A veteran's cemetery

Q8:   68% of 154199 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 68 points
Which of the following helped write the Federalist Papers prior to ratification of the Constitution?
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
Alexander Hamilton
George Washington
Benedict Arnold

Q9:   27% of 154199 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 27 points
Which state's inhabitants are nicknamed "Hoosiers"?
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Nebraska
South Dakota

Q10:   65% of 154191 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 65 points
The hottest temperature ever recorded in the United States was 134 degrees on July 10, 1913. Which state holds this record?
Arizona
California
Florida
Hawaii
Nevada

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