Free American Trivia Questions & Answers
Here you can find trivia questions with answers on American topics.
What body of water did the early American
settlers describe as "too thick to drink, too thin to plow"?
What is the name of the 600-mile-long
California trail that the Spanish blazed from mission to mission
from San Diego to Sonoma?
What role did Garret A. Hobart play in American
In what city was the first stock exchange in
the United States established?
Who wrote the unofficial anthem of Hawaii,
What famous early Americans named North
America's whistling swan?
How many single-serving jars of baby food does
the average American baby eat in one year?
In 1910 there were 32 million Americans living
on farms. How many were living on forms in 1990?
How was a man named Fred Ott immortalized by
What was Montana's capital, Helena, called when
it was a mining camp in the 1860s?
What unique monetary service has the St.
Francis Hotel in San Francisco provided for the past 60 years?
Colonial New York paved its first street--using
stones--in 1657. What was its name?
How much was Tennessee schoolteacher John
T. Scopes fined after he was found guilty of teaching evolution at
his famous "monkey trial" in 1925?
How did John Paul Scott, the only prisoner
known to have survived an escape from Alcatraz, make it across the
perilous waters of San Francisco Bay?
What state, of the contiguous 48, touches only
one other state?
Where did Yale students find the name "Whiffenpoof"
for their singing society and song?
Congress established the nation's first minimum
wage in 1938. What was it?
Who is the source of the U.S. Post Office's
unofficial motto: "Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of
night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their
What American city was founded in 1733 as a
haven for British debtors?