Hopefully we'll have a bigger crowd next week.
U.S. Historic Places Trivia
1. Little Big Horn
2. Fort Knox
3. Mount Rushmore
4. Yellowstone National Park
5. Leavenworth Prison
6. Mount McKinley
7. Tombstone, Home of the OK Corral
8. The Space Needle
9. The Alamo
1. The number of interlocking rings in the Olympic Games symbol.
2. This is the atomic number of lithium.
3. From the book of Exodus, this is the number of plagues inflicted on Egypt.
4. NFL Hall of Famer John Elway and Yankee great Mickey Mantle wore this number.
5. Mars is this number planet from the Sun.
6. In astrology, Taurus is this number sign of the Zodiac.
7. This was the number of Chicago White Sox players banned from MLB after dumping the 1919 World Series.
8. This is the number of US Supreme Court members currently sitting on the bench.
9. This was the number of days Israel was at war with Egypt, Jordan and Syria in 1967.
10. This number US highway runs over 2000 miles from Key West, FL to Maine.
1. What British unit of weight is equal to 14 pounds? ( 1 pt)
2. By what name was Erich Weiss more famously known? ( 1 pt)
3. In what country did the Boer War take place? ( 1 pt)
4. A solo performance in an opera is called what? ( 1 pt)
5. After the President of the United States nominates someone for the Supreme Court, who votes on the nomination? ( 1 pt)
6. What is the capital of North Carolina? ( 1 pt)
7. In what country would you find the Kashmir region? ( 2 pt)
8. What state was the Grant vs. Lee Civil battle of Spotsylvania fought in? ( 2 pt)
9. Who was the youngest man to become president of the United States? ( 2 pt)
10. Magyar is the official language of what country? ( 3 pt)
1. The village of Panmunjom sits on the border of what two nations? ( 4 points)
2. Orology is the study of what? ( 5 points)
3. On which Hawaiian island is Pearl harbor located? ( 3 points)
4. "Rush to Judgment" was a national best selling book about what famous event? ( 4 points)
5. Who was the first Roman Catholic elected Vice-President? ( 4 points)
U.S. Historic Places Trivia
1. Montana; 2. Kentucky; 3. South Dakota; 4. Wyoming; 5. Kansas; 6. Alaska; 7. Arizona; 8. Washington; 9. Texas; 10. Maryland.
1. three; 2. five; 3. ten; 4. seven; 5. four; 6. two; 7. eight; 8. nine; 9. six; 10. one.
1. stone; 2. Harry Houdini; 3. South Africa; 4. aria; 5. Senate; 6. Raleigh; 7. India; 8. Virginia; 9. Theodore Roosevelt; 10. Hungary.
1. North and South Korea; 2. mountains; 3. Oahu; 4. JFK assassination; 5. Joe Biden.
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