Clues: State #6
- Clue #1: Amid threats and violence, the 1964 Freedom Summer in this state registered a total of 1,200 African-Americans to vote.
- Clue #2: Go figure—this state's name is derived from a Native American word meaning "father of the waters."
- Clue #3: Tammy Wynette was born in Itawamba County in this state, not far from Elvis' birthplace, Tupelo.
Answer: State #6
What is Mississippi?
Clues: State #7
- Clue #1: Few know that Mount Elbert in this state is the second tallest in the lower 48 states.
- Clue #2: An International Pack Burro Race is held each August in Leadville in this state.
- Clue #3: In 1858 it was "Pikes Peak or Bust!" for gold miners who rushed to this state to find their fortune.
Answer: State #7
What is Colorado?
Clues: State #8
- Clue #1: For its early cotton mill, Pawtucket in this state is the birthplace of "the American Industrial Revolution."
- Clue #2: This state's only national memorial honors clergyman Roger Williams.
- Clue #3: It wasn't Providence that gave this state twodifferently elected andfeuding governors at one time in 1842.
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Answer: State #8
What is Rhode Island?
Clues: State #9
- Clue #1: It's always "The Night of the Iguana" on Gasparilla Island in this U.S. state, home to thousands of them.
- Clue #2: In 1995 Mel Fisher recovered silver andgold from a Spanish galleon sunk off the coast of this state in 1622.
- Clue #3: The flag of this state features a Seminole woman scattering flowers.
Answer: State #9
What is Florida?
Clues: State #10
- Clue #1: The first Catholic cathedral in the U.S. was built in this state.
- Clue #2: Knights know that jousting is the official state sport of this U.S. state founded by an English lord.
- Clue #3: After Virginia, more Civil War battles were fought in this state than in any other.
Answer: State #10
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