Special Sub-Topic: The Great Lakes
|Which of the Great Lakes is the smallest by volume?|
Lake Erie. Its volume is 116 cubic miles. The shallowest of the Lakes, its shoreline is 871 miles long.
|Which of the Great Lakes has the longest shoreline?|
Lake Huron. Included are the shores of 30,000 islands.
|Which lake is lined by the world's largest freshwater dunes?|
Lake Michigan. They're part of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
|In which lake are the Apostle Islands?|
Lake Superior. They're part of Wisconsin.
|Commander Oliver Hazard Perry used the port of Put-in-Bay for his fleet during the War of 1812 in 1813. In which state is this Great Lake port?|
Ohio. Perry is famous for his saying, 'We have met the enemy and they are ours' during the Battle of Lake Erie on Sept. 10, 1813.
|Which two Great Lakes border Wisconsin?|
Superior and Michigan. Wisconsin has 500 miles of shorefront on these lakes.
|The Soo Locks are between which two lakes?|
Superior and Huron. These locks allow ships to pass from Lake Superior to Lake Huron, which is lower.
|Which of these towns is NOT situated on Lake Michigan?|
Fond du Lac, WI. Fond du Lac is at the tip of Lake Winnebago.
|What National Forest sits on Michigan's Upper Peninsula between Lakes Superior and Michigan?|
Hiawatha. The others are also in Michigan.
|Which of these is NOT a bay of Lake Huron?|
Green Bay. Green Bay is in Lake Michigan.
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