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USA: What we know
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Quiz covers various aspects of the USA: art, literature, music, architecture, natural treasures, historical monuments, famous Americans, important events, national holidays. Originally it was a …

Quiz covers various aspects of the USA: art, literature, music, architecture, natural treasures, historical monuments, famous Americans, important events, national holidays. Originally it was a lecture-quiz, meaning I would tell interesting facts and stories behind the pictures and questions. I added answers as well as some words into the presentation, but of course, it's still mainly pictures :o)

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  • Yukon (3700km), Rio Grande (3057km, along the border with Mexico)
  • Yukon (3700km), Rio Grande (3057km, along the border with Mexico)
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  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Poets:T.S. Eliot, Walt Whitman (poem electricity), Edgar Allan Poe (nevermore), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Haiawatta), Emily Dickinson,More: Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, William Cullen Bryant, E.E. Cummings,Sidney Lanier, Carl Sandburg, Maya Angelou, Authors:Mark Twain (Tom Soyer, Gek ), James Fenimore Cooper (Posledniyizmogikan), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Last Magnat), Ernest Hemingway (Goodbye, weapon??? v gorakhkillimangaro), O‘HenriMore: Herman Melville (Moby-Dick), Washington Irving, Theodore Dreizer?? (American Tragedy), William Faulkner, John Updike, Arthur Miller (Playwright), Tennessee Williams (Playwright)Composers:Leonard Bernstein (Wetsside story)), George Gershwin (Porgy and BEss), Duke Ellington () Louis Armstrong, More: John Williams, Stephen Sondheim, John Philip Sousa, Irving BerlinPainters:John Singer Sargent (tumbochkain kin kangnatssevshorov), James McNeillWhistler (mother's portrait, kamkon'ki), Jackson Pollock (brizgi), Andy Warhol (merlynmonroe), More: Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keefe, Jasper Johns, Ansel Adams (Photographer)
  • Transcript

    • 1. WELCOME! Guide: Astghik Shahkhatuni
    • 2. WHAT WE MAY KNOW
    • 3. WHAT WE SHOULD KNOW
    • 4. WHAT WE PROBABLY KNOW
    • 5. WHAT WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW
    • 6. WHAT WE DEFINITELY KNOW
    • 7. WHAT WE WILL KNOW
    • 8. Geography
    • 9. How Many Oceans Border the US?
    • 10. How Many Oceans Border the US? Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean Arctic Ocean
    • 11. Which Countries Border the US? Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean Arctic Ocean
    • 12. Which Countries Border the US? Canada Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean Mexico Russia Arctic The Ocean Bahamas Cuba
    • 13. How Many States Form the US? Canada Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean Mexico Russia Arctic The Ocean Bahamas Cuba
    • 14. How Many States Form the US? Canada Pacific 50 Ocean Atlantic Ocean Mexico Russia Arctic The Ocean Bahamas Cuba
    • 15. Where is the Capital of the US? Canada Pacific 50 Ocean Atlantic Ocean Mexico Russia Arctic The Ocean Bahamas Cuba
    • 16. Where is the Capital of the US? Canada Pacific 50 Ocean Atlantic Ocean Mexico Russia Arctic The Ocean Bahamas Cuba
    • 17. Name the State
    • 18. Name the State Alaska The largest state
    • 19. Name the State
    • 20. Name the State Texas The 2nd largest state, but still more than 2 times smaller than Alaska
    • 21. Name the State
    • 22. Name the State The 3rd largest state… and Armenian favorite
    • 23. Name the State
    • 24. Name the State Michigan Lake Michigan and the rest of the Great Lakes
    • 25. Name the State
    • 26. Name the State Sunshine state!
    • 27. Name the State
    • 28. Name the State New York You noticed Long Island, right?
    • 29. Name the State
    • 30. Name the State Hawaii The last state to join the USA… so far
    • 31. Name the State
    • 32. Name the State Washington, DC Sorry for tricky question! I’m sure you know that this is not a state, but a federal district distinct from other states!
    • 33. Name the State
    • 34. Name the State Washington And this is a state, on the west of the country!
    • 35. Name the State
    • 36. Name the State Armenia Yeah, this is another tricky question! This is Armenia, an independent state in Eurasia
    • 37. Compare Areas of States
    • 38. Compare Areas of States Armenia Iran 18th largest Georgia country Turkey Armenia and its neighbors and the area they would approx. occupy
    • 39. Here I am on Hoover Dam being simultaneously in 2 states: Arizona and Nevada
    • 40. Can You be Simultaneously in 4 States?
    • 41. Can You be Simultaneously in 4 States?
    • 42. Can You be Simultaneously in 4 States? This place is called Four Corners
    • 43. Can You be Simultaneously in 4 States? But still it can require some efforts to do so…
    • 44. The Most Neighborly States Are you getting along well with your immediate neighbors?
    • 45. The Most Neighborly States Tennessee Missouri How about having 8 neighbors by your side!!!
    • 46. The Greats Let’s get acquainted with some of the Greats of America
    • 47. The Greats The largest group of freshwater lakes is…
    • 48. The Greats The largest group of freshwater lakes is… Great lakes, North America
    • 49. The Greats The largest canyon in North America is…
    • 50. The Greats The largest canyon in North America is… Grand Canyon, Arizona
    • 51. The Greats And which river carved this gorge?
    • 52. The Greats Colorado
    • 53. The Greats The longest river in North America is…
    • 54. The Greats The longest river in North America is… 6275 km 3734 km Mississippi It means “the Great River” in Ojibwa, Native American Tribe
    • 55. The Greats The highest mountain in North America is…
    • 56. The Greats The highest mountain in North America is… 6194 m Denali/Mount McKinley, Alaska Denali means “the Great One” in Athabaskan, natives of North America
    • 57. The Greats The highest mountain in North America is… 6194 m Denali/Mount McKinley, Alaska It is one of the tallest mountains by its actual rise.
    • 58. The Greats The river serving as a border between US and Mexico is…
    • 59. The Greats The river serving as a border between US and Mexico is… Rio Grande, North America Sure, you already have guessed that it means “Great River” in Spanish
    • 60. The Lowest Point in the US We know about the highest point in the US, which is… what about the lowest point?
    • 61. The Lowest Point in the US Yoshua or Yucca tree 85 m below sea level Death Valley, Mojave Desert, CA This is the hottest, driest, and lowest place in the Western hemisphere.
    • 62. Name the Country There are 174 foreign embassies in Washington, DC. Can you name these ones?
    • 63. Name the Country
    • 64. Name the Country Well, this is my country Armenia
    • 65. Name the Country
    • 66. Name the Country Russia
    • 67. Name the Country
    • 68. Name the Country Greece and the flag of European Union (EU)
    • 69. Name the Country
    • 70. Name the Country Again EU country, and this is Italy
    • 71. Name the Country
    • 72. Name the Country Sure, now we will remember this flag for some time. Ladies and Gentlemen, the world soccer champion Spain!
    • 73. Name the Country
    • 74. Name the Country India
    • 75. History
    • 76. Fill in the Date MM DD YYYY Date of Birth of the US
    • 77. Fill in the Date 0 7 0 4 1 77 6 Date of Birth of the US
    • 78. The US Birth Certificate And which document can serve as the official US birth certificate?
    • 79. The US Birth Certificate “Declaration of Independence” Here the Declaration of Independence is being presented.
    • 80. The US Birth Certificate Original of this painting is in the US Capitol, but we can see it on the reverse of $2 bills, if we are happen to see $2 bill at all.
    • 81. Name 3 Most Important US Documents
    • 82. Name 3 Most Important US Documents First 10 amendments to the US Constitution
    • 83. Name 3 Most Important US Documents And the originals are being displayed in the National Archives in Washington, DC.
    • 84. Who is the First President of the USA?
    • 85. Who is the First President of the USA? George Washington 1732 - 1799 1st US President 1789 - 1797
    • 86. Who is the First President of the USA? He was a commander in chief during American Revolutionary War
    • 87. Put in the Right Order World War II Mexican War Korean War Revolutionary War War of 1812 Spanish War World War I Vietnam War Civil War
    • 88. Put in the Right Order Part of Cold War. Forces which Vietnam War 1955-1975 were supported by the US lost. Part of Cold War. Ceasefire. Some Korean War 1950-1953 think it is not over yet. US became involved in 1941 after World War II 1939-1945 attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan. US became involved in 1917 after World War I 1914-1918 several provocations from Germany. Spain and USA. Control of Cuba, Spanish War 1898 Puerto Rico, Philippines, Guam. Civil War 1861-1865 Northern and Southern slave states. Mexican War 1846-1848 Mexico and USA. USA gained control Over the West Coast and much more. War of 1812 1812-1815 USA against British Empire. Revolutionary 1775-1783 13 Colonies against British Empire. War
    • 89. Put in the Right Place 11 slave states North South American Civil War
    • 90. Put in the Right Place North South ??? 11 slave states American Civil War
    • 91. Put in the Right Place North South 25 states 11 slave states American Civil War
    • 92. Put in the Right Place victory Northern States 11 slaveE Lee Robert states Jefferson Davis Confederacy US territories North South 25 states Border slave states Union Southern slave states American Civil War
    • 93. Put in the Right Place Confederacy North South 25 states 11 slave states American Civil War
    • 94. Put in the Right Place North South 25 states 11 slave states ??? Confederacy American Civil War
    • 95. Put in the Right Place North South 25 states 11 slave states Union Confederacy American Civil War
    • 96. Put in the Right Place North South 25 states 11 slave states Union Confederacy ??? American Civil War
    • 97. Put in the Right Place North South 25 states 11 slave states Union Confederacy Jefferson Davis American Civil War
    • 98. Put in the Right Place Tricky question! He is from another story! He already did his job! North South 25 states 11 slave states Union Confederacy Jefferson Davis American Civil War
    • 99. Put in the Right Place North South 25 states 11 slave states Union Confederacy Jefferson Davis American Civil War
    • 100. Put in the Right Place North South 25 states 11 slave states Union Confederacy Jefferson Davis ??? American Civil War
    • 101. Put in the Right Place Victory! North South 25 states 11 slave states Union Confederacy Jefferson Davis Robert E. Lee American Civil War
    • 102. Put in the Right Place North South 25 states 11 slave states Union Confederacy Jefferson Davis Victory! Robert E. Lee American Civil War
    • 103. What is Depicted Here?
    • 104. What is Depicted Here? “Assassination of Lincoln”
    • 105. What is Depicted Here? Abraham Lincoln 1809 - 1865 16th US President 1861 - 1865
    • 106. What do these Cities Have in Common? Philadelphia, PA Washington, DC New York, NY
    • 107. What do these Cities Have in Common? Philadelphia, PA Washington, DC New York, NY There are geographical similarities: location in the East Coast and at rivers, but historically interesting fact is they all were capitals of the US.
    • 108. Who are these People?
    • 109. Who are these People? George Washington “Father of the Country” 1st US President
    • 110. Who are these People?
    • 111. Who are these People? Thomas Jefferson “Father of the Declaration of Independence” 3rd US President
    • 112. Who are these People?
    • 113. Who are these People? Abraham Lincoln The one who preserved the Union and ended slavery 16th US President
    • 114. Who are these People?
    • 115. Who are these People? Alexander Hamilton Important Founding Father, 1st Secretary of Treasury
    • 116. Who are these People?
    • 117. Who are these People? Andrew Jackson Great General of War of 1812, 7th US President
    • 118. Who are these People?
    • 119. Who are these People? Ulysses Grant Great General of Civil War, 18th US President
    • 120. Who are these People?
    • 121. Who are these People? Benjamin Franklin Important Founding Father, 1st Postmaster General, Inventor
    • 122. Nature
    • 123. Name the Nature
    • 124. Name the Nature American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls, US Horseshow Falls, mainly Canada Niagara Falls, US/Canada border
    • 125. Name the Nature American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls, New York, US
    • 126. Name the Nature Niagara Falls, US/Canada border American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls, New York, US
    • 127. Name the Nature 1200 m
    • 128. Name the Nature 1200 m Barringer Meteor Crater, Navajo, Arizona
    • 129. The First National Park in the World
    • 130. The First National Park in the World 30-56 m Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
    • 131. The First National Park in the World Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
    • 132. Know the Nature Yosemite National Park, California
    • 133. Know the Nature Yosemite National Park, California
    • 134. Know the Nature Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico The 1200 km long Big Room is one of the largest cave chambers
    • 135. Know the Nature There is an amphitheatre outside of the Carlsbad Caverns,
    • 136. Know the Nature And every evening from May to October people wait impatiently for ???
    • 137. Know the Nature You think they wait for this one little bat?
    • 138. Know the Nature No! They wait for hundreds of thousands bats! It can take several hours for them to come out to search for food!
    • 139. Know the Nature There are about 16 various bat species in the Carlsbad Caverns.
    • 140. Know the Nature 386 m Devil’s Tower, Wyoming This is a volcanic neck. Lakota people thought columnar structures is a result of a Giant Bear trying to reach warriors on the summit.
    • 141. Know the Nature Rock City, Kansas About 200 boulders (3-6m in diameter)
    • 142. Name the Nature 16 m
    • 143. Name the Nature 16 m Delicate Arch, Arches National Park, Utah
    • 144. Name the Nature Delicate Arch, Arches National Park, Utah About 200 sandstone arches and “sculptures” created by nature.
    • 145. What Do You See Here?
    • 146. What Do You See Here? Butterfly formations, Caverns of Sonora, Texas
    • 147. What Do You See Here?
    • 148. What Do You See Here? Eagle Rock, Grand Canyon, Arizona
    • 149. What Do You See Here?
    • 150. What Do You See Here? Elephant Rock, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada
    • 151. What Do You See Here?
    • 152. What Do You See Here? Camel Rock, New Mexico
    • 153. What Do You See Here?
    • 154. What Do You See Here? Mushroom Rock State Park, Kansas
    • 155. Flora and Fauna
    • 156. The Largest Tree in the World
    • 157. The Largest Tree in the World Name: General Sherman Family: Sequoia Age: 2300-2700 Height: 84 m 84 m Max diameter: 11m Location: CA It’s not the tallest tree! General Sherman Tree, Sequoia National Park, CA
    • 158. The Largest Tree in the World Grizzly Giant, Yosemite National Park, CA This is just one of the largest ones, but you can see how tiny are people.
    • 159. 4.5 – 15 m Meet the…
    • 160. 4.5 – 15 m Meet the… Saguaro Cactus, Sonoran Desert, North America
    • 161. America’s National Tree
    • 162. America’s National Tree And as a prove that Americans love and are proud of Oak trees, there are 6946 Oak streets in the US
    • 163. America’s Floral Emblem
    • 164. America’s Floral Emblem
    • 165. Meet the…
    • 166. Meet the… American bison, North America
    • 167. Meet the…
    • 168. Meet the… Mustang, North America
    • 169. America’s National Bird
    • 170. America’s National Bird I agree, it is not a National Bird, rather international one!
    • 171. America’s National Bird
    • 172. America’s National Bird
    • 173. Meet the… 70 – 102 cm Bald Eagle, North America
    • 174. Meet the… 70 – 102 cm They build the largest nests in the North America – up to 4m in height and more than a ton in weight!
    • 175. Which Animal Does the President Prefer?
    • 176. Which Animal Does the President Prefer?
    • 177. Which Animal Does the President Prefer? Republican Party Democratic Party
    • 178. National Symbols
    • 179. What is “Wrong” in this Picture? … besides my hair
    • 180. What is “Wrong” in this Picture?
    • 181. America’s Flag How Many Stars?
    • 182. America’s Flag Right, 50, but why?
    • 183. America’s Flag Right, one star for every US state. How many stripes?
    • 184. America’s Flag Right, one star for every US state. Right, 13, and why?
    • 185. America’s Flag One star for every US state. Stripes represent 13 original colonies.
    • 186. America’s Flag Nowadays US flag, 50 stars, 13 stripes
    • 187. America’s Flag How Many Stars? Why? How Many Stripes? Why? Everything started from this…
    • 188. America’s Flag 13 states Betsy Ross’ s flag, Constellation There was no official design for stars arrangement until 1948!
    • 189. America’s Flag 15 states There are 15 stars and 15 stripes! After this the amount of stripes went back to 13.
    • 190. America’s Flag 20 states Great Star arrangement
    • 191. America’s Flag 33 states
    • 192. America’s Flag 38 states
    • 193. America’s Flag 48 states This arrangement became official.
    • 194. America’s Flag 51 states And these are possible arrangements for the future!
    • 195. America’s Anthem America’s Flag is often called The Star-Spangled Banner and it is the name of America’s anthem as well. Do you know why?
    • 196. America’s Anthem O! say can you see by the dawn's early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming, Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming? And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there; O! say does that star-spangled banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
    • 197. America’s Anthem This is the banner Francis Scott Key saw in the “early light” after heavy bombardment of Fort McHenry by the British army during War of 1812 and was inspired to write a poem, which later became Nation’s Anthem.
    • 198. America’s Coat of Arms
    • 199. Great Seal of the US, Obverse
    • 200. Great Seal of the US, Reverse
    • 201. Great Seal of the US
    • 202. America’s Motto
    • 203. America’s Motto “Out of many, one” - America’s unofficial motto for many years.
    • 204. America’s Motto Official US motto since 1956.
    • 205. America’s Motto Supposedly from the lyrics of last stanza of National Anthem.
    • 206. “Nation’s River”
    • 207. “Nation’s River” Potomac
    • 208. Name the Statues
    • 209. Name the Statues “Statue of Liberty”, officially “Liberty Enlightening the World”, NY
    • 210. Name the Statues
    • 211. Name the Statues “Statue of Freedom”, Washington, DC
    • 212. Name the Statues ???
    • 213. Name the Statues Sculpture and Memorial of Ulysses Grant
    • 214. Name the Statues
    • 215. Name the Statues “Liberty Bell”, Philadelphia, PA
    • 216. Name the Statues
    • 217. Name the Statues In front of United Nations headquarters, New York, NY
    • 218. Name the Statues
    • 219. Name the Statues Statue of Abraham Lincoln, Washington, DC
    • 220. First Successful British Settlement
    • 221. First Successful British Settlement 1607 Jamestown, Virginia
    • 222. Name the Symbol
    • 223. Name the Symbol Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts Traditionally accepted disembarkation site of settlers from Plymouth Colony in 1620, second successful British Colony in North America.
    • 224. Name the Symbol Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts Plymouth Colony is associated with the First Thanksgiving.
    • 225. Name the Symbol
    • 226. Name the Symbol USS Constitution, Boston, Massachusetts The oldest warship afloat, launched in 1797 and named by G. Washington.
    • 227. Architecture
    • 228. These Memorials are Dedicated to…
    • 229. These Memorials are Dedicated to… World War II Memorial, Washington, DC Washington Monument in the background
    • 230. These Memorials are Dedicated to…
    • 231. These Memorials are Dedicated to… Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Washington, DC
    • 232. These Memorials are Dedicated to…
    • 233. These Memorials are Dedicated to… Washington Monument, Washington, DC
    • 234. These Memorials are Dedicated to…
    • 235. These Memorials are Dedicated to… Abraham Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC
    • 236. These Memorials are Dedicated to…
    • 237. These Memorials are Dedicated to… Franklin Roosevelt Memorial, Washington, DC
    • 238. These Memorials are Dedicated to… Marine Corps War Memorial (“Iwo Jima”), Arlington, VA Based on a historic shot during WWII
    • 239. These Memorials are Dedicated to…
    • 240. Who Lives in this House Now?
    • 241. Who Lives in this House Now? Who Else Lived in this House?
    • 242. Who Lives in this House Now? South North White House, Washington, DC Residence and workplace of all US Presidents, starting from the 2nd.
    • 243. Who Lived in this House?
    • 244. Who Lived in this House? George Washington’s estate, Mt. Vernon, VA
    • 245. Who Lived in this House?
    • 246. Who Lived in this House? Thomas Jefferson mansion, Monticello, VA
    • 247. Can You Name America’s Favorites?
    • 248. Can You Name America’s Favorites? Empire State Building, New York, NY 1st in the list of America’s Favorite Architecture
    • 249. Can You Name America’s Favorites?
    • 250. Can You Name America’s Favorites? White House, Washington, DC 2nd place
    • 251. Can You Name America’s Favorites?
    • 252. Can You Name America’s Favorites? National Cathedral, Washington, DC 3rd place
    • 253. Can You Name America’s Favorites?
    • 254. Can You Name America’s Favorites? Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Washington, DC 4th place
    • 255. Can You Name America’s Favorites?
    • 256. Can You Name America’s Favorites? Golden Gate, San Francisco, CA 5th place
    • 257. Can You Name America’s Favorites?
    • 258. Can You Name America’s Favorites? US Capitol Building, Washington, DC 6th place
    • 259. Can You Name America’s Favorites?
    • 260. Can You Name America’s Favorites? Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC 7th place
    • 261. Can You Name America’s Favorites?
    • 262. Can You Name America’s Favorites? Chrysler Building, New York, NY 9th place
    • 263. Can You Name America’s Favorites?
    • 264. Can You Name America’s Favorites? Vietnam Veterans Memorial 10th place
    • 265. Can You Name America’s Favorites?
    • 266. Can You Name America’s Favorites? Washington Monument, Washington, DC 12th place
    • 267. Can You Name America’s Favorites? 2nd place 6th place 1st place and 9th place 12th place 5th place 7th place 3rd place 4th place 10th place
    • 268. The Tallest Structure in DC 169m
    • 269. The Tallest Structure in DC 169m Washington Monument, Washington, DC
    • 270. The Tallest Monument in the US 192 m
    • 271. The Tallest Monument in the US 192 m Gateway Arch, St. Louis, Missouri
    • 272. The Tallest Building in US 527 m 442 m
    • 273. The Tallest Building in US 527 m 442 m Willis Tower (former Sears Building), Chicago, IL
    • 274. Higher and Higher The Tallest Structure in the World 828 m
    • 275. Higher and Higher The Tallest Structure in the World 828 m Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE
    • 276. Name the Structures
    • 277. Name the Structures Brooklyn Bridge, NY
    • 278. Name the Structures
    • 279. Name the Structures Golden Gate, CA
    • 280. Name the Buildings
    • 281. Name the Buildings US Capitol Building, Washington, DC
    • 282. Name the Buildings
    • 283. Name the Buildings Independence Hall, Philadelphia, PA
    • 284. Name the Buildings
    • 285. Name the Buildings Pentagon, Arlington, VA 1st largest federal building in US and by office floor space in the world Headquarter of Department of Defense
    • 286. What is this?
    • 287. What is this? Central Park, NY
    • 288. What is this? Central Park, NY Metropolitan Museum of Art
    • 289. Name these Buildings
    • 290. Name these Buildings Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC
    • 291. Name these Buildings
    • 292. Name these Buildings US Treasury Building, Washington, DC
    • 293. Name these Buildings
    • 294. Name these Buildings White House, Washington, DC
    • 295. Name these Buildings
    • 296. Name these Buildings US Capitol Building, Washington, DC
    • 297. Name these Buildings
    • 298. Name these Buildings Independence Hall, Philadelphia, PA
    • 299. Culture & Traditions
    • 300. Name the Holiday
    • 301. Name the Holiday Christmas, 25th of December
    • 302. Name the Holiday
    • 303. Name the Holiday 4th of July, Independence Day, Fireworks, DC
    • 304. Name the Holiday
    • 305. Name the Holiday Halloween, 31st of October
    • 306. Name the Holiday
    • 307. Name the Holiday Easter
    • 308. Name the Holiday
    • 309. Name the Holiday Valentine’s Day, 14th of February
    • 310. Name the Holiday
    • 311. Name the Holiday Thanksgiving, 4th Thursday of November
    • 312. Name the Holiday
    • 313. Name the Holiday Memorial Day, last Monday of May
    • 314. Name the Holiday Christopher Columbus 1451 - 1506 1st time landed in Americas 1492
    • 315. Name the Holiday Christopher Columbus 1451 - 1506 1st time landed in Americas 1492 Columbus Day, 2nd Monday of October
    • 316. Name the Holiday
    • 317. Name the Holiday Easter
    • 318. Name the Holiday
    • 319. Name the Holiday Valentine’s Day Sure, it is not quite typical and even scary example, but tastes differ…
    • 320. Name the Holiday
    • 321. Name the Holiday Thanksgiving
    • 322. Name the Holiday
    • 323. Name the Holiday Christmas, National Christmas Tree, DC
    • 324. Name the Holiday
    • 325. Name the Holiday 4th of July, Parade, DC
    • 326. Name the Holiday
    • 327. Name the Holiday Halloween
    • 328. Name the Holiday
    • 329. Name the Holiday My birthday, Georgetown, DC
    • 330. What is Depicted Here?
    • 331. What is Depicted Here? Landing on the Moon First to land on the Moon was Neil Armstrong from Apollo 11 Mission.
    • 332. Where is this?
    • 333. Where is this?
    • 334. Where is this?
    • 335. Where is this?
    • 336. Where is this? Library of Congress, Washington, DC
    • 337. Who is Who? F. Scott Fitzgerald Composers Authors Poets Painters
    • 338. Who is Who? James M. Whistler Composers Authors Poets Painters F. Scott Fitzgerald
    • 339. Who is Who? Composers Authors Poets Painters F. Scott James M. Fitzgerald Whistler
    • 340. Who is Who? Composers Authors Poets Painters “Whistler’s Mother”, James Whistler
    • 341. Who is Who? George Gershwin Composers Authors Poets Painters F. Scott James M. Fitzgerald Whistler
    • 342. Who is Who? Ernest Hemingway Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Whistler
    • 343. Who is Who? Edgar Allen Poe Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Whistler Ernest Hemingway
    • 344. Who is Who? Thomas Alva Edison Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Ernest Hemingway
    • 345. Who is Who? Inventor Thomas Alva Edison Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Ernest Hemingway
    • 346. Who is Who? Leonard Bernstein Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Ernest Hemingway
    • 347. Who is Who? Henry W. Longfellow Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Bernstein Hemingway
    • 348. Who is Who? John Singer Sargent Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow
    • 349. Who is Who? Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent
    • 350. Who is Who? Composers Authors Poets Painters “Madam X”, John Singer Sargent
    • 351. Who is Who? James F. Cooper Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent
    • 352. Who is Who? Emily Dickinson Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent James F. Cooper
    • 353. Who is Who? Martin Luther King Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent James F. Emily Cooper Dickinson
    • 354. Who is Who? Civil Rights Activist Martin Luther King Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent James F. Emily Cooper Dickinson
    • 355. Who is Who? Jackson Pollock Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent James F. Emily Cooper Dickinson
    • 356. Who is Who? Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent James F. Emily Jackson Cooper Dickinson Pollock
    • 357. Who is Who? Composers Authors Poets Painters No. 5, Jackson Pollock
    • 358. Who is Who? Walt Whitman Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent James F. Emily Jackson Cooper Dickinson Pollock
    • 359. Who is Who? John Philip Sousa Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent James F. Emily Jackson Cooper Dickinson Pollock Walt Whitman
    • 360. Who is Who? Mark Twain Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent John Philip James F. Emily Jackson Sousa Cooper Dickinson Pollock Walt Whitman
    • 361. Who is Who? T. S. Eliot Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent John Philip James F. Emily Jackson Sousa Cooper Dickinson Pollock Mark Twain Walt Whitman
    • 362. Who is Who? O.Henry Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent John Philip James F. Emily Jackson Sousa Cooper Dickinson Pollock Mark Twain Walt Whitman T. S. Eliot
    • 363. Who is Who? Andy Warhol Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent John Philip James F. Emily Jackson Sousa Cooper Dickinson Pollock Mark Twain Walt Whitman O.Henry T. S. Eliot
    • 364. Who is Who? Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent John Philip James F. Emily Jackson Sousa Cooper Dickinson Pollock Mark Twain Walt Whitman Andy O.Henry T. S. Eliot Warhol
    • 365. Who is Who? Composers Authors Poets Painters “Marilyn Monroe”, Andy Warhol
    • 366. Who is Who? Henry Ford Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent John Philip James F. Emily Jackson Sousa Cooper Dickinson Pollock Mark Twain Walt Whitman Andy O.Henry T. S. Eliot Warhol
    • 367. Who is Who? Inventor Henry Ford Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent John Philip James F. Emily Jackson Sousa Cooper Dickinson Pollock Mark Twain Walt Whitman Andy O.Henry T. S. Eliot Warhol
    • 368. Who is Who? Irving Berlin Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent John Philip James F. Emily Jackson Sousa Cooper Dickinson Pollock Mark Twain Walt Whitman Andy O.Henry T. S. Eliot Warhol
    • 369. Who is Who? Composers Authors Poets Painters George F. Scott Edgar James M. Gershwin Fitzgerald Allen Poe Whistler Leonard Ernest Henry W. John Singer Bernstein Hemingway Longfellow Sargent John Philip James F. Emily Jackson Sousa Cooper Dickinson Pollock Irving Mark Twain Walt Whitman Andy Berlin O.Henry T. S. Eliot Warhol
    • 370. What Unifies these People
    • 371. What Unifies these People Alan Hovhaness Arshile Gorky William Saroyan Composer Painter Author Art and Ancestry Armenian-Americans
    • 372. Who is the First Armenian Who Landed in North America?
    • 373. Who is the First Armenian Who Landed in North America? Martin the Armenian Current City: Jamestown Moved in Not much is known about him. 1618-1619 Profession: Silk Worm Production
    • 374. What Connects these two Cities? Alexandria, VA, USA Gyumri, Armenia
    • 375. What Connects these two Cities? Alexandria, VA Gyumri
    • 376. Find Differences Washington, DC Yerevan
    • 377. Find Differences If you are not racist of picky about games, then there are no differences!
    • 378. Which of these are in the US? Barry Flanagan Hare on Bell The Drummer The Boxer Acrobats The Thinker
    • 379. Which of these are in the US? Barry Flanagan Hare on Bell Armenia The Drummer USA The Boxer Acrobats Armenia Armenia The Thinker USA
    • 380. What Do These Places Have in Common? Rome Venice Paris New Egypt York
    • 381. What Do These Places Have in Common? Rome Venice Paris New Egypt York
    • 382. What Do These Places Have in Common? Rome Venice Paris New Egypt York
    • 383. The Most Populated Cities
    • 384. The Most Populated Cities About 8 mln, New York City, NY
    • 385. The Most Populated Cities About 8 mln, New York City, NY About 4 mln, Los Angeles, CA
    • 386. The Most Populated Cities About 8 mln, New York City, NY About 4 mln, Los Angeles, CA About 3 mln, Chicago, IL
    • 387. Name the Street
    • 388. Name the Street National Mall, Washington, DC
    • 389. Name the Street
    • 390. Name the Street Strip, Las Vegas, NV
    • 391. Name the Street
    • 392. Name the Street Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA About 2500 stars of famous entertainers (real or virtual)
    • 393. Photo with the Stars To enjoy myself To tease my brother
    • 394. Name the Street
    • 395. Name the Street Times Square on Broadway Street, New York City, NY
    • 396. How Old an American should be (in most of the states) to be Able to… Smoke - ?? Vote - ?? Drink - ?? Be President - ?? Drive - ?? Marry - ??
    • 397. How Old an American should be (in most of the states) to be Able to… Smoke - 18 Vote - 18 Drink - 21 Be President - 35 Drive - 16 Marry - 18
    • 398. The Official Language of the US Chinese American Spanish English Armenian
    • 399. The Official Language of the US Chinese American Spanish English Armenian
    • 400. The Official Language of the US Chinese American Spanish English Armenian
    • 401. The Official Language of the US Chinese American Spanish English Armenian
    • 402. The Official Language of the US Chinese American Spanish English Armenian
    • 403. The Official Language of the US Chinese American Spanish English Armenian
    • 404. The Official Language of the US Sorry, it was a tricky question again! There is no official language for the US. Each state can choose its own official language, and it is not always/only English.
    • 405. Politics
    • 406. Fill in the Blanks US Federal Government Executive Executive
    • 407. Fill in the Blanks US Federal Government Judicial Executive Legislative Executive Executive And can you name headquarters?
    • 408. Fill in the Blanks US Federal Government Judicial Executive Legislative Executive Executive
    • 409. Fill in the Blanks US Federal Government Judicial Executive Legislative Executive Executive Supreme Court White House Capitol
    • 410. Solve this Equation US Congress House of Representatives House of Representatives
    • 411. Solve this Equation US Congress House of Representatives Senate House of Representatives
    • 412. Put in the Right Place Upper House Senate House of Representative
    • 413. Put in the Right Place Senate House of Representative Upper House ???
    • 414. Put in the Right Place districts Senate House of Representative Upper House Lower House
    • 415. Put in the Right Place Senate House of Representative Upper House Lower House ??? districts
    • 416. Put in the Right Place 100 Senate House of Representative Upper House Lower House states districts
    • 417. Put in the Right Place Senate House of Representative Upper House Lower House states districts 100 ???
    • 418. Put in the Right Place 6-year term Senate House of Representative Upper House Lower House states districts 100 435
    • 419. Put in the Right Place Senate House of Representative Upper House Lower House states districts 100 435 6-year term 2-year-term
    • 420. Put in the Right Place Senate House of Representative Upper House Lower House states districts 100 435 6-year term 2-year-term ??? Nancy Pelosi Speaker
    • 421. Put in the Right Place Senate House of Representative Upper House Lower House states districts 100 435 6-year term 2-year-term Joe Biden Nancy Pelosi Vice President Speaker
    • 422. Finish the Quote Ask not what your country can do for you;
    • 423. Finish the Quote Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country. John Kennedy 35th US President 1961 - 1963
    • 424. Finish the Quote Speak softly and carry
    • 425. Finish the Quote Speak softly and carry a big stick. Theodore Roosevelt 26th US President 1901 - 1909
    • 426. Finish the Quote The only thing we have to fear is
    • 427. Finish the Quote The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. Franklin Roosevelt 32nd US President 1933 - 1945
    • 428. Finish the Quote We hold these truths to be self evident that all men
    • 429. Finish the Quote We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal. Thomas Jefferson 26th US President 1901 - 1909 3rd US President 1801 - 1809
    • 430. Who is the Boss? Hierarchy in the presidential line of succession
    • 431. President Who is the Boss? Barack Obama Hierarchy in the presidential line of succession
    • 432. President Who is the Boss? Vice-President Barack Obama Joe Biden Hierarchy in the presidential line of succession
    • 433. President Who is the Boss? Vice-President Speaker of H.R. Barack Obama Joe Biden Nancy Pelosi Hierarchy in the presidential line of succession
    • 434. President Who is the Boss? Vice-President Speaker of H.R. President pro-tempore of the Senate Barack Obama Joe Biden Nancy Pelosi Hierarchy in the presidential Daniel Inouye line of succession
    • 435. President Who is the Boss? Vice-President Speaker of H.R. President pro-tempore of the Senate Secretary Barack Obama of State Joe Biden Nancy Pelosi Hierarchy in the presidential Daniel Inouye line of succession Hillary Clinton
    • 436. Which US Presidents had to Resign?
    • 437. Which US Presidents had to Resign? Richard Nixon 1735 - 1826 Watergate Scandal 37th US President 1969 - 1974 36th US Vice-President 1953 - 1961 Watergate Hotel
    • 438. Who Was Elected More Than 2 Times?
    • 439. Who Was Elected More Than 2 Times? Franklin Roosevelt 1882 - 1945 32nd US President 1933 - 1945 Now the 22nd amendment of US Constitution sets a term limit (max 2)
    • 440. The President Who was Never Elected either as Vice President or President
    • 441. The President Who was Never Elected either as Vice President or President Gerald Ford 1913 - 2006 38th US President 1974 - 1977 40th US Vice President 1973 - 1974 Because of scandals and resignations in Nixon’s administration
    • 442. What is this and who are these?
    • 443. Name the Presidents 18 m Mount Rushmore National Memorial, SD Top 4 US Presidents in 150 years of USA
    • 444. Name the Presidents George Washington Thomas Jefferson Abraham Theodore Lincoln Roosevelt Mount Rushmore National Memorial, SD Top 4 US Presidents in 150 years of USA
    • 445. Name Equivalents Armenia USA
    • 446. Name Equivalents Armenia USA Serzh Sargsyan Barak Obama President President
    • 447. Name Equivalents Armenia USA
    • 448. Name Equivalents Armenia USA
    • 449. Name Equivalents Armenia USA Robert Kocharyan George W Bush Previous President Previous President
    • 450. Name Equivalents Armenia USA
    • 451. Name Equivalents Eduard Nalbandyan Hillary Clinton Minister of Foreign Affairs Secretary of State Armenia USA
    • 452. Name Equivalents Armenia USA
    • 453. Name Equivalents Armenia USA
    • 454. Name Equivalents Armenia USA Vartan Oskanian Condoleezza Rice Previous Minister of Foreign Previous Secretary of State Affairs
    • 455. Name Equivalents Armenia USA
    • 456. Name Equivalents Armenia USA
    • 457. Name Equivalents Armenia USA Rita Sargsyan Michelle Obama First Lady First Lady
    • 458. Solve the Equation ?
    • 459. Solve the Equation Robert Bill Kocharyan Gates
    • 460. Solve the Equation Robert Bill Robert Gates Kocharyan Gates Secretary of Defense
    • 461. What Do they Have in Common?
    • 462. What Do they Have in Common? George HW Bush John Adams 1924 - present 1735 - 1826 41st US President 2nd US President 1989 – 1993 1797 – 1801
    • 463. What Do they Have in Common? George HW Bush John Adams 1924 - present 1735 - 1826 41st US President 2nd US President 1989 – 1993 1797 – 1801 Their sons became presidents of the US as well! George W Bush John Quincy Adams 43th US President 6th US President
    • 464. Find Similarities
    • 465. Find Similarities Ronald Reagan Arnold Schwarzenegger They both were/are famous actors and governors of California
    • 466. THANKS TO • Wikipedia and all the people on Internet, who post stories and pictures about the US (sorry for not attributing you all!!!); • Jeff Urban, for some suggestions, comments, & pictures; • My parents, for support in everything I do.
    • 467. HOPE YOU HAD FUN!

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