Free Trivia Questions & Answers
Here you can find trivia questions with answers on American topics.
What was the name of Paul Bunyan's pet
What state has official neckwear?
In what year did the F.B.I. established in 1908
as the Bureau of Investigation, start hiring women as special
The flag of what American state was designed by
At what constant speed does the cable that
pulls San Francisco's famous cable cars move--in miles per hour?
Who was the first African-American to have his
portrait engraved on a U.S. coin?
What was the late Supreme Court Justice
Thurgood Marshall's first name at birth?
What was the featured attraction between the
Indian elephant act and the ape-man act at the Barnum & Bailey
Circus in 1896?
Where was Billy the Kid, the notorious Wild
West outlaw, born?
In what city did the high-kicking Rockettes of
New York's Radio City Music Hall get their start?
How many stripes were on the official American
flag in 1818 before Congress passsed a law forever setting the
number at 13?
How many signatures are on the Declaration of
How was Martha's Vineyard spelled on official
U.S. government maps before 1933?
Who was the first European explorer to see and
cross the Mississippi River?
What famous Old West town ws known as Goose
Flats before a prospector named Ed Schieffelin discovered sliver
How much did the multi-layered space suits worn
by astronauts on the Apollo moon landings weigh--life-support system
What city was the center of gold mining in the
United States before the discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill in 1848
triggered the California gold rush?
How many children did Pocahontas and her
husband John Rolfe have?
A likeness of what famous legendary figure was
on the prow of the first ship to bring Dutch settlers to America?
How many states were there in the United States
at the turn of the century?
What is the diameter of each of the two main
cables on San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge?
For what famous historic figure was Marietta,
What role did the ships Dartmouth, Beaver and
Eleanor play in American history?