How Much Do You Know About The State Of Iowa?

The state of Iowa might not seem overly exciting, but this state is bursting with goodness! Do you think you know Iowa better than most? Take these 12 questions and find out if you're an Iowa authority!
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What is Iowa's nickname?
The Hawkeye State
The Hoosier State
The Keystone State
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True or false: Iowa's first inhabitants were referred to as the Plains Tribe Indians.
True
False
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Which Iowa county is the largest in area?
Polk county
Johnson county
Kossuth county
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Who was President of the United States when Iowa entered the Union?
Herbert Hoover
Zachary Tyler
James K. Polk
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Iowa was the 29th state to enter the Union, on December 28, 1846. Was Iowa a slave state?
Yes
No
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Was Burlington ever the capital of Iowa?
Yes
No
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Burlington is located in Iowa's southeast. Which of the following is it famous for?
Iowa's longest bridge
Iowa's crookedest street
Iowa's highest point
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What Iowa town did author Laura Ingalls (Wilder) live in as a child?
Burr Oak
Fruitland
Burlington
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Which of these Iowa towns is not mentioned in any of the songs from the musical entitled "The Music Man?"
Mason City
Keokuk
Burlington
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True or false: Strawberry Point is the home of the world's largest strawberry.
True
False
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What is the oldest city in Iowa?
Dubuque
Scranton
Elk Horn
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True or false: Kalona is the largest Amish community west of the Mississippi River.
True
False
Result
We experienced a bit of an Iowa ouch on this quiz! While you may know the bare bones amount about this great state, you didn’t quite answer enough questions to ace this quiz! Iowa’s history is rich and complex. Study up on this amazing place and we’re positive you’ll be an Iowa ace in no time!

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are an Iowa authority! It seems that you’ve spent a great deal of time in this amazing state. Not only do you know heaps of Iowa history, but you seem to know cultural references that only a true Iowan would pick up on. Great job!

Iowa Authority

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are truly Iowa adept! Have you spent time in this amazing state? Because if not, you could’ve fooled us! While so many Americans struggle to know anything about a state outside of their own, you’ve rendered yourself a true state historian and cultural expert. Well done!

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1
What is Iowa's nickname?
The Hawkeye State
The Hoosier State
The Keystone State
2
True or false: Iowa's first inhabitants were referred to as the Plains Tribe Indians.
True
False
3
Which Iowa county is the largest in area?
Polk county
Johnson county
Kossuth county
4
Who was President of the United States when Iowa entered the Union?
Herbert Hoover
Zachary Tyler
James K. Polk
5
Iowa was the 29th state to enter the Union, on December 28, 1846. Was Iowa a slave state?
Yes
No
6
Was Burlington ever the capital of Iowa?
Yes
No
7
Burlington is located in Iowa's southeast. Which of the following is it famous for?
Iowa's longest bridge
Iowa's crookedest street
Iowa's highest point
8
What Iowa town did author Laura Ingalls (Wilder) live in as a child?
Burr Oak
Fruitland
Burlington
9
Which of these Iowa towns is not mentioned in any of the songs from the musical entitled "The Music Man?"
Mason City
Keokuk
Burlington
10
True or false: Strawberry Point is the home of the world's largest strawberry.
True
False
11
What is the oldest city in Iowa?
Dubuque
Scranton
Elk Horn
12
True or false: Kalona is the largest Amish community west of the Mississippi River.
True
False