New York

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The State Capital of New York is ...
Rochester
Buffalo
Albany
Yonkers
The population of New York is ...
17,169,000
19,169,000
18,169,000
16,169,000
Bordering states are?
Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, with Canada to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the east
Vermont, Colorado, Massachusetts, Arizona 
Vermont, Utah, Ohio, Arizona
Vermont, Pennsylvania, Texas, Maine
The state name originated from?
James, Duke of Yonkers and York
James, Duke of York and Buffalo
James, Duke of York and Albany
James, Duke of Rochester and Albany
This state entered the union as the __ state?
10th
8th
9th
11th
A geographic landmark of New York is?
Mt. Shasta
Glacier National Park
Niagara Falls, one of the most spectacular falls in the world
Death Valley National Park
A significant historic event was?
Early Dutch settlers found New Amsterdam in 1625
Early French settlers found New Amsterdam in 1625
Early Spanish settlers found New Amsterdam in 1625
Early European settlers found New Amsterdam in 1625
The state nickname is?
The Treasure State
The Golden State
The Empire State
The Show-Me State
The state entered the union on which date?
June 26, 1788
July 26, 1798
July 26, 1788
June 26, 1798
Which of the following statements is true?
The Statue of Liberty and Broadway are in New Mexico
The Broadway is not in New York
The Statue of Liberty and Broadway are in New York
The Statue of Liberty is not in New York
 
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