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100

"All the leaves are brown, and the sky is gray"

California

100

This President lost the popular vote but won the election against Al Gore.

George W. Bush

100

This is the smallest state in the US, and also where Peter Griffin lives.

RI

100

This phrase form the late 19th century was a widely held belief of "America's God given right to take over all the land between the Atlantic and Pacific ocean"

Manifest Destiny

100

This city's population is so dynamic that it doubles during the day time, or in other words, halves at night time.

NYC

200

"Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene!"

Tennessee

200

This polymath was a writer, philosopher, scientist, inventor, humorist, civic activist, all in addition to being the 6th president of the USA

Benjamin Franklin

200

This is the only exceptional state that doesn't observe DST, but that too with exceptions within itself.

AZ

200

This was the number of stars on the US flag in 1777

13

200

This river & its tributaries flow through 3 major deserts: the Great Basin, the Sonoran, and the Mojave

Colorado River

300

"The stars at night, are big and bright, deep in the heart of ____"

Texas

300

This president earned the nickname "Slick Willie" for his ability to equivocate with words, make deals, and commit acts which led to controversy.

Bill Clinton

300

These two mirror states were created by splitting the previous territory by literally drawing a vertical line down the middle.

Alabama and Mississippi

300

The first successful English colony in America established in 1607 was at this place.

Jamestown, VA

300

This is the newest state, incorporated in 1959.

Hawaii

400

"Almost Heaven, ________, Blueridge mountains, Shenandoah River!"

West Virginia

400

This President is the only one who had 4 terms, was the first to appear on TV, introduced the "New Deal", and presided during the WW2.

Franklin D. Roosevelt

400

Here, you can drink a cold Sam Adams (beer) across from a cold Sam Adams (in his graveyard) who was also the 4th governor of this state.

MA

400

This city was the first capital of the US until 1970

Philadelphia, PA

400

Originally named Henry Deutschendorf Jr, this popular musician adopted the name of this city as his name.

John Denver

500

"Where the skies are so blue and the governor's true"

Alabama

500

This President collects Comic Books.

Barack Obama

500

This is the closest state to Africa.

Maine!

Quoddy Head in Maine is actually 1,000 miles closer to Morocco than Florida is.

500

In 1945, scientists in this state witnessed the detonation of the world's first atomic bomb.

New Mexico

500

This waterfall in Yosemite National Park is the highest continuous fall in North America at 1612 feet.

Ribbon Falls

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