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Question 1: Tennessee (all but a small part in the extreme west of the state drained directly by the ________ and a very small area in the southeastern corner of the state which is drained by the Conasauga River),
MinnesotaMississippi RiverIowaLouisiana

Question 2: ________, 106 pounds (48.1 kilograms)
AcipenserPaddlefishAcipenseriformesSturgeon

Question 3: Over centuries, the Osage, Omaha, Ponca and Kaw migrated west of the Mississippi River, settling by the mid-________ in their historic grounds in Missouri, Arkansas, and Oklahoma and nearby states.
18th century17th century16th century1616

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Louisville, Kentucky is situated at both the widest and deepest level of the Ohio River.
  A barge hauling coal in the Louisville and Portland Canal, the only man-made portion of the Ohio River

Question 5: The maximum depth is below the McAlpine Locks and Dam at the Falls of the Ohio at ________ where flood stage is reached when the water reaches 55 feet (17 m) on the lower gage.
Louisville, KentuckyJeffersontown, KentuckySt. Matthews, KentuckyShively, Kentucky

Question 6: ________ (the western quarter of the state),
North CarolinaSouth CarolinaPennsylvaniaGeorgia (U.S. state)

Question 7: In the early 19th century, pirates such as Samuel Mason, settled at ________, waylaid travelers on their way down the river.
Elizabethtown, IllinoisRosiclare, IllinoisHardin County, IllinoisCave-In-Rock, Illinois

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Louisville, Kentucky is situated at both the widest and deepest level of the Ohio River.
  Evansville, Indiana, the third-largest city in Indiana and the fourth-largest city on the river
  Louisville, Kentucky is situated at both the widest and deepest level of the Ohio River.
  Wheeling, West Virginia, a major city on the river, was the first city to have a bridge across the river.

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  The confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio rivers is at Cairo, Illinois.
  Mouth of the Ohio, as it feeds into the Mississippi
  Cincinnati, Ohio is a well-known city along the Ohio River, historically known for its riverboats. The Tall Stacks festival celebrates the Cincinnati riverboats and the Ohio River every three or four years.
  A barge hauling coal in the Louisville and Portland Canal, the only man-made portion of the Ohio River

Question 10: ________
List of locks and dams of the Ohio RiverMississippi RiverLouisville, KentuckyPittsburgh







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