What is the capital of Louisiana? The city's name comes from the French words for "red stick."
Baton Rouge
What is the only city in the United States that is not in a state?Washington D.C.
Which continents are in the Northern Hemisphere?Asia, North America, Africa, Europe
How many of the Great Lakes border Canada?4
The Mediterranean Sea touches which three continents?Europe, Africa, and Asia
What part of the Earth is covered with water: 1/4, 1/2, 3/4?3/4
What is the ciy, located on the Missouri River, that is the capital of North Dakota?Bismarck
Whcih two continents are located entirely within the Southern Hemisphere?Australia and Antarctica
Which state has the longest coastline on the Atlantic Ocean?Florida
What is the capital of Ohio, the state that is the birthplace of seven presidents of United States?Columbus
Which ocean contains many icebergs?Arctic and Southern
Through which country in the Western Hemisphere does the Tropic of Cancer pass?Mexico
Which pole is located on a continent?South
Which states border the Pacific Ocean?California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii
Which continents are in both the Eastern and Southern Hemispheres?Australia, Africa, Antarctica, Asia
What do black dots on a map usually represent?Cities
Carson City is to Nevada as ________ is to Vermont.Montpeiler
Find the country in Central America that is not on the Carribean Sea.El Salvador
Is Hawaii considered an island state or a peninsula?island state
Which two countries in South America are landlocked?Paraguay and Bolivia
What is the capital of New Hampshire, the state that cast the deciding vote to ratify the Constitution?Concord
Through which continent do the equator, Prime Meridian, and the Tropics of Capricorn and Cancer pass?Africa
What is the symbol usually found next to Washington, D.D.? What does it mean?A star or dot with a circle around it; it stands for a national capital
The Pacific Ocean touches all continents except which two?Europe and Africa