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U.S. Route 41 in Michigan: Quiz


Question 1: Historical landmarks along the trunkline include the ________, Peshekee River Bridge and the Quincy Mine.
Contributing propertyHistoric district (United States)Marquette, MichiganMarquette Branch Prison

Question 2: US 41 passes through farm fields and forest lands, and along the ________ shoreline.
Lake HuronLake MichiganGreat LakesLake Superior

Question 3: ________ • M-35 • U.S. Route 41 in Michigan • M-69 • M-183
U.S. Route 2 in MichiganU.S. Route 41 in MichiganM-12 (Michigan highway)M-28 (Michigan highway)

Question 4: The name fell out of use before its first anniversary because of ________.
Caucasus CampaignArmenian GenocideWorld War IWestern Front (World War I)

Question 5: [20] A mileage sign in Copper Harbor gives the distance down US 41 to ________, as 1,990 miles (3,203 km).
Miami-Dade County, FloridaDowntown MiamiMiamiSouth Florida metropolitan area

Question 6: US Highway 41 (US 41) is a part of the United States Numbered Highway System that runs from ________, to the Upper Peninsula of the US state of Michigan.
Miami-Dade County, FloridaSouth Florida metropolitan areaMiamiDowntown Miami

Question 7: Images of wild rice were sculpted into the concrete because "Menominee" in the local ________ means "wild rice".
Cheyenne languageMenominee languageBlackfoot languageArapaho language

Question 8: [52] On September 22, 2005, US 41 north of Houghton was designated the Copper Country Trail of the ________ program.
Florida Scenic HighwaysUtah Scenic BywaysNevada Scenic BywaysNational Scenic Byway

Question 9: A wooden ________ was built in 1875.
Canadian Pacific RailwaySwing bridgeAmtrakVertical lift bridge

Question 10: US 41 enters Michigan on the Interstate Bridge connecting ________, and Menominee, Michigan.
Marinette County, WisconsinGreen Bay, WisconsinMarinette micropolitan areaMarinette, Wisconsin


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