Kentucky

How much do you know about Kentucky? Want to learn more? Check out the "U.S.A. Geography" section in our reference library. Think you know enough? Try a few questions

Questions

   
The State Capital of Kentucky is ...
Frankfort
Louisville
Lexington
Owensboro
The population of Kentucky is ...
1,522,000
2,731,000
3,827,000
4,988,000
Bordering states include?
West Virginia, Virginia, and Missouri
Illinois and Indiana
Ohio and Tennessee
All of the above
The state name originated from?
French word for "horse races"
Native American word for "bluegrass"
Native American word for "place of old fields"
From an island off of England
This state entered the union as the __ state?
10th
15th
22nd
29th
A geographic landmark of Kentucky is?
The Patomic River
The Pocono Mountains
Mammoth Cave National Park
Lake Erie
A significant historic event was?
Kentucky acquired through Louisiana Purchase
Davy Crockett sets foot in Kentucky in 1772
The Dutch army claims Kentucky in 1807
Daniel Boone finishes Wilderness Road in 1775
The state nickname is?
The Derby State
The Field State
The Bluegrass State
The Wildcat State
The state entered the union on which date?
March 23, 1777
June 1, 1792
September 5, 1810
November 11, 1832
Which of the following statements is true?
The Kentucky state bird is the Bluejay
The Kentucky state tree is the Pine
Fort Knox was completed in 1936
George Washington was born in Kentucky

 

Reference Library Links

 

 

Facebook and Twitter

Copyright 1998-2010 Kidport