(1) What Lexington native was Kentucky’s first woman lawyer?
(2) Where is the Corning Glass operation located?
(3) Name the only horse to upset Man-O-War in his 21 career races.
(4) In what Kentucky city was America’s first state-supported school for the deaf founded in 1823?
(5) Within 25 miles, what is Kentucky’s greatest width (east to west)?
(6) Who was the 1956 Kentucky high school “Mr. Basketball” who led the Wayland Wasps to the KHSAA Sweet Sixteen?
(7) What is the Schmidt Museum of Elizabethtown famous for?
(8) What Kentucky team participated in the women’s NCAA basketball championship in 1985?
(9) What organization originated the National Spelling Bee in 1925?
(10) In what city did Joe B. Hall coach his final game for the University of Kentucky?
(11) Name the member of the Centre College football team in 1921 who became a Hall of Fame basketball coach at Western Kentucky University.
(12) Dan Carter Beard of Covington initiated an outdoors boys club called Sons of Daniel Boone. What national youth group was the result of their merger with the first American troop organized at Burnside in Pulaski County?
(13) What Kentucky geographical oddity lies along the Bayou Du Chien and Obion Creek in Fulton County?
(14) What was the first book published in the United States to sell a million copies?
(15) Who is the Kentuckian who developed the air-blast process for converting molten iron to steel and had his unpatented procedure stolen by Henry Bessemer in 1856?
(16) Name the two notorious brothers who roamed Kentucky on a crime spree until 1799.
(17) Organized in 1780, for whom was Lincoln County, Kentucky named?
(18) What Kentucky town’s name is a number in a foreign language?
(19) Where was the first drug store west of the Allegheny Mountains?
(20) What county in Kentucky has the shortest name?
(1) Jane Stuart.
(5) 425 miles.
(6) King Kelly Coleman.
(7) Contains the world’s largest collection of Coca-Cola memorabilia.
(8) Western Kentucky University.
(9) The Louisville Courier-Journal.
(11) E. A. Diddle.
(12) Boy Scouts of America.
(13) A swamp.
(14) “The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come”.
(15) William Kelly
(16) Big Harp and Little Harp.
(17) Gen. Benjamin Lincoln (American
(19) Danville (McDowell Apothecary Shop.