Nebraska Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers - US States Trivia
What is Nebraska's state capital?
What is the Nebraska state mammal?
A: White-tailed deer.
What is Nebraska's largest city?
In what year did Nebraska become a U.S. State?
In what year did French-Canadian explorers, the Mallet
brothers traverse the territory of Nebraska?
A: In 1739, .
What is the Nebraska state insect?
A: European honey bee.
In 1819, what fort did the US establish as the first
post west of the Missouri River?
A: Fort Atkinson.
What is the Nebraska state tree?
How many time zones does the state have?
What is the Nebraska state grass?
A: Little bluestem.
Due to the Homestead Act, settlers migrated into Nebraska
by the thousands to claim their free land granted by
A: The federal government.
What is the Nebraska state beverage?
Nebraska is located in what "Alley"?
A: Tornado Alley.
Because hardly any trees grew on the prairies, many of the
first settlers built their homes out of what?
What is the Nebraska state fossil?
On what day did Nebraska become the 37th state to join the
A: On March 1, 1867.
What was the name of the last major
battle between the
Pawnee and the Sioux, on August 5, 1873?
A: The battle of Massacre Canyon.
What is the Nebraska state motto?
A: Equality Before the Law.
During the 1870s to the 1880s, Nebraska experienced a large
growth in population and by the 1880s, Nebraska's population had soared to more
than how many people?
A: 450,000 people.
What is the Nebraska state
A: Square dance.
According to the 2010 census, Omaha had a population of
What is the Nebraska state Flower?
Omaha has a long history of civil rights activism and in
1912 African Americans founded the what?
A: Omaha chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
What is the Nebraska state gemstone?
A: Blue agate.
What is the lowest temperature ever recorded for Nebraska?
A: −47 °F at Camp Clarke on February 12, 1899.
Nebraska is bordered to the north by what State?
A: South Dakota.
What state borders Nebraska to the east?
What is the Nebraska state rock?
A: Prairie agate.
What state borders the state of Nebraska to the west?
A: Wyoming .
How many counties does the State of Nebraska have?
Nebraska is split into two major land regions: the
Dissected Till Plains and the what?
A: Great Plains.
What is the point with the highest elevation in Nebraska?
A: Panorama Point, at 5,424 feet.
What is the Nebraska state slogan?
A: Nebraska, possibilities...endless.
What is the highest temperature that the state of
Nebraska's has ever recorded?
A: 118 °F at Minden on July 24, 1936.
What is the Nebraska state fish?
A: Channel catfish.
In Nebraska, 89% percent of the cities have fewer than how
As of 2010, how many cities and villages were there in
What was Nebraska's gross state product in 2010?
A: $89.8 billion.
What is the Nebraska state song?
A: "Beautiful Nebraska".
In 2004, where did Nebraska rank as far as per capita
personal income with the other states?
Who created Kool-Aid in 1927, in the city of Hastings,
A: Edwin Perkins.
What is the name of the world's largest
train yard in North
A: Union Pacific's Bailey Yard.
Vise-Grips were invented by who in
1924, and was
manufactured in De Witt until 2008?
A: William Petersen.
What is the Nebraska state bird?
A: Western meadowlark.