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Trivia Question July 2, 2015 – Dead Presidents

US Flag4th of July & Deceased presidents

The 4th is commonly referred to as the birth of a nation, in this case America and we celebrate it with a national holiday and all it’s trappings on July 4th, the date Declaration of Independence was signed by the founding fathers.


Coincidentally two founding fathers also died on this date.  Who are the two?

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Trivia Question: June 11, 2015 – Flag Trivia

American Flag on MoonFlag Day will be celebrated on June 14th. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on that day in 1777. So, in honor of Flag Day, here’s a flag trivia question.


How many American Flags are there on the moon?

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Trivia Question for June 5, 2014 – Presidential Trivia

presidential sealTonight, we have United States Presidential trivia:

  • He was the first President to be born in a log cabin.
  • He was the first President to ride on a railroad train.
  • He was the first President someone tried to assassinate.
  • He was the first Governor of Florida.
  • He killed a man in a dual.


Who is this United States President?

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Trivia Question 3/15/11 – State Borders

United States MapContinuing with US Geography month, we’ve got a two part question today.


California shares its state border with 3 other states: Oregon, Nevada, and Arizona.  Not counting Alaska and Hawaii, of the 48 states in the contiguous United States, what state shares its border with the fewest states and what state shares its border with the most states?

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Trivia Question 3/1/12 – Chicken Towns

Chicken TownJust because I can, I’m making March U.S. Geography Month.  Each Thursday night during March, the Trivia Question will have something to do with United States geography.

There are 61 towns in the United States with the word “turkey” in their names (e.g., Turkeytown, Alabama and Turkey Foot, Florida).


How many places in the United States have the word “chicken” in their name?

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