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1. We start our trivial trip across the country in the northeast. World leaders from Margaret Thatcher to Vladimir Putin visited with one of the Bush presidents at the family's summer home in Kennebunkport. In which New England state is Kennebunkport?
2. The largest city in which U.S. state was named for the wife of King George III?
3. Best known as the birthplace of Elvis Presley, the city of Tupelo is a large population centre in which state?
4. In which Midwest state can you visit the campus of Notre Dame University?
5. Which U.S. state has a name that derives from a Dakota word meaning "clouded water"?
6. Of the thousands of counties in the U.S., Cimarron County is the only one to have borders with four states in addition to its own. In which state would you find Cimarron County?
7. Lewiston is a fairly unremarkable city of 30,000 situated at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater rivers. It is, however, the furthest inland port reachable by ocean-going vessels coming from America's Pacific Coast. In which state is Lewiston located?
8. Which is the only state in the U.S with a yellow state flag?
9. Established in 1978, the Theodore Roosevelt National Park is the only national park in which state?
10. Huntington, a city of just under 50,000 in 2010, is the largest community other than the state capital. Famous natives include baseball legend George Brett, gymnast Mary-Lou Retton, actor Don Knotts and novelist and Nobel Laureate Pearl Buck. Which state is the final stop on this first part of our trip?
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