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The State Capital of Nevada is ...
Crystal Bay
Carson City
Las Vegas
The population of Nevada is ...
Bordering states are?
Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and California
Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Ohio
Oregon, Illinois, Utah, Arizona
Oregon, Idaho, Texas, Arizona
The state name originated from?
Blue Ridge Mountain range
Santa Ana Mountain range
Sierra Nevada Mountain range
Simien Mountain range
This state entered the union as the __ state?
A geographic landmark of Nevada is?
Las Vegas is known for golf
Las Vegas is known for gardening
Las Vegas is known for gambling and entertainment
Las Vegas is known for gaming
A significant historic event was?
Nevada became its own territory in 1861
Nevada became its own territory in 1961
Nevada became its own territory in 1851
Nevada became its own territory in 1951
The state nickname is?
The Silky State
The Golden State
The Silver State
The Metallic State
The state entered the union on which date?
December 30, 1864
September 31, 1864
October 31, 1864
November 30, 1864
Which of the following statements is true?
State Capital named after Abraham Lincoln
State Capital named after Christopher Columbus
State Capital named after the Indian scout Christopher "Kit" Carson
State Capital named after Susan B. Anthony
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