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Question 1:
What state is Potomac River associated with?

Question 2: After another horseshoe bend, the South Branch flows under the old ________ mainline between Green Spring and South Branch Depot, and joins the North Branch to form the Potomac.
AmtrakNorfolk and Western RailwayWestern Maryland RailwayBaltimore and Ohio Railroad

Question 3: In its first state ________ adopted in 1776, Virginia ceded its claim to the entire river but reserved free use of it, an act disputed by Maryland.
LawDemocracyUnited KingdomConstitution

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Question 5:
What is the street address of Potomac River?

Question 6: Financial troubles closed the ________ in 1830.
LeveeCanalInfrastructureLock (water transport)

Question 7: After Franklin, the South Branch continues north through the ________ to Upper Tract where it joins with three sizeable streams: Reeds Creek, Mill Run, and Deer Run.
Monongahela National ForestDolly Sods WildernessBear Rocks PreserveRoaring Plains West Wilderness

Question 8: The river then travels on a northeastern course along the western side of Jack Mountain (4,045 ft), followed by Sandy Ridge (2,297 ft) along ________.
Interstate 99Interstate 73U.S. Route 15U.S. Route 220

Question 9: The Potomac River runs 383 miles (616 km) from the ________ in West Virginia to Point Lookout, Maryland and drains 14,679 square miles (38,020 km2).
Dolly Sods WildernessFairfax Stone Historical Monument State ParkMonongahela National ForestBear Rocks Preserve

Question 10: Black Fork Blackwater River ________ Cranberry River Dry Fork Elk River Gauley River Glady Fork Greenbrier River Laurel Fork Seneca Creek South Branch Potomac River Shavers Fork Tygart Valley River Williams River
Backbone MountainBear Rocks PreserveCheat MountainCheat River







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