There are five major rivers in Arkansas that have been used for commerce and navigation by steamboats. Name three of them.
Three families made up the “Family” of early Arkansas politics. Name two of them.
Arkansas is the only state in the United States where diamonds have been found. Where can you ‘mine’ diamonds today?
The world’s largest rice processing mill is in Arkansas. Do you know where it is located?
Arkansas is notorious for our nationally televised school integration of Central High School conflict in Little Rock. This was not the first school integration in Arkansas. Do you know where the first integration took place, much more civilized and peaceful?
Was Arkansas a true son of the South and eager to enter the confederacy at the time of secession in 1861?
What was the name of the first newspaper in Arkansas?
What historical site is preserved in Dyess, Arkansas?
Arkansas has the privilege of having the first woman in United States Senate. Do you know who she was?
What is our state bird? (No, it is not the mosquito!)
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