Clues: State #11
- Clue #1: This U.S. state stretches from 19 to 22 degrees north latitude, making it the southernmost in the U.S.
- Clue #2: The only monarch representing a state in the National Statuary Hall represents this state.
- Clue #3: As a byproduct of World War II food rationing, this U.S. state consumes more Spam per capita than any other.
Answer: State #11
What is Hawaii?
Clues: State #12
- Clue #1: Fort William, later to be known as Fort Laramie, was this state's first permanent settlement.
- Clue #2: This state got upset when a cowboy andbronco similar to its own logo was used on the Montana stamp.
- Clue #3: After Colorado, this state to its north has the highest average elevation in the U.S.
Answer: State #12
What is Wyoming?
Clues: State #13
- Clue #1: This “Beehive State” keeps busy with the USA's highest birth rate.
- Clue #2: Logan and Ogden are ranger districts in this state's Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
- Clue #3: In 1869 the tracks of the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific Railroad were joined at Promontory in this state.
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Answer: State #13
What is Utah?
Clues: State #14
- Clue #1: The HQ of three national labs, two of them named for Ernest Lawrence, are within 40 miles of each other in this state.
- Clue #2: The west end of U.S. Interstate 10 is in this state.
- Clue #3: “Coast of Dreams,” covering 1990 to 2003, is part of a multivolume history of this state by the late Kevin Starr.
Answer: State #14
What is California?
Clues: State #15
- Clue #1: This U.S. state was the last to fly the Confederate flag over its capital; the flag came down in 2000.
- Clue #2: From 1954 to 2003 Strom Thurmond served this state in the U.S. Senate.
- Clue #3: Sumter National Forest is in this state.
Answer: State #15
What is South Carolina?
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