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Who was the 16th President of the United States?

Abraham Lincoln 

100

What swimming stroke has the same name as a flying insect?

The butterfly

100

The Ohio River flows into what river?

The Mississippi River

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This candy bar makes you "feel like a nut"

Almond Joy

100

What color is the M in McDonalds?

Yellow

200

What country gifted the Statue of Liberty to the US?

France

200

How high is the basketball hoop in feet?

10 feet

200

Baja California is apart of what country?

Mexico

200

What US holiday sees the highest candy sales?

Halloween

Followed by Easter, Christmas and Valentines Day

200

What piece of women's clothing, named after a dog, became popular in the 1950s?

Poodle skirt

300

Who was the last state to join the United States of America?

Hawaii

300
What is considered a perfect score in bowling?

300

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Which US state has the longest coastline?

Alaska

It measures 33,000 miles

300

What candy has the slogan, "it melts in your mouth, not in your hands."

M&Ms

300

When setting a dining room table, on which side of the plate do you put the knives?

Traditionally, knives are placed on the right.

400

What famous singer in the 40s and 50s had the nickname "Ol' Blue Eyes"?

Frank Sinatra

400

Which sport did Mike Tyson play?

Boxing

400

Greenland is a territory of what country?

Denmark

400

What M&M color was discontinued in the 1970s?

Red

It was because of the food coloring controversy. A safer red-colored M&M was reintroduced in 1987.

400

What US city is known as the birthplace of jazz?

New Orleans
500

What is the name of the woman who refused to give up her seat on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955?

Rosa Parks

500

Which team won the first Superbowl?

Green Bay Packers

500

Besides Antarctica, which continent does not have a rainforest?

North America

500

Who created the first, mass-produced candy bar?

John Cadbury

500

What is the smallest planet in the solar system?

Mercury

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