American Trivia Questions & Answers
Here you can find American trivia questions with answers.
Who gave his red hand-knitted cardigan sweater,
size 38, to the Smithsonian Institution ion 1984?
What's on the flip side of the Susan B. Anthony
How many Ringling Brothers were there?
Which is the smallest of New York City's five
boroughs--with a total area of 22.6 square miles?
What unique distinction does Maine's
65,265-foot Mt. Katahdin enjoy?
What is the only car that consumer crusader
Ralph Nader has ever owned?
What oft-played American song's tune, meter,
and verse form were borrowed from an English drinking song?
Mistletoe is the state flower of what state?
The names of 48 states are engraved on the
frieze of the Lincoln Memorial, which was completed in 1922. How
many are in the etching of the memorial on the back of the $5 bill?
What U.S. canyon is the deepest gorge on the
North American continent?
What was the official New York City weather
forecast on the day of the Great Blizzard of 1888?
What inland state has the longest shoreline?
What are the only four states to share a common
How did John Luther Jones, the engineer of the
"Cannon-ball Express" whose death in a collision with a freight
train is memorialized in ballad and legend, get his nickname
What three national parks does the Continental
Divide pass through?
On what college campus was Phi Beta Kappa--the
oldest Greek letter society in the U.S.--first established in 1776?
What was the name of the 1,550-pound bison at
the New York Zoo that served as a model for the buffalo nickel,
introduced in 1913?
What wood is most widely used in making pencils
in the United States?