Pennsylvania

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The State Capital of Pennsylvania is ...
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Harrisburg
Allentown
The population of Pennsylvania is ...
12,000,052
13,000,052
12,052,000
13,052,000
Bordering states are?
New York, New Jersey, Maryland, West Virginia and Ohio
New York, Washington, Georgia, Ohio
Texas, Minnesota, Maryland, West Virginia, and Ohio
New York, New Jersey, Canada, California, and Ohio
The state name originated from?
'William Penn' and 'Sylvania', a Spanish word for desert
'William Penn' and 'Sylvania', a French word for valleys
The State founder 'William Penn' and 'Sylvania', a Latin word for woods or forest
'William Penn' and 'Sylvania', a British word for mountains
This state entered the union as the __ state?
3rd
4th
1st
2nd
A geographic landmark of Pennsylvania is?
The Liberty Bell, located in Pittsburgh
The Liberty Bell, located in Allentown
The Liberty Bell, located in Philadelphia
The Liberty Bell, located in Harrisburg
A significant historic event was?
Early settlers included the Dutch, Swedes, and British
Early settlers included the Dutch, Spanish, and Swedes  
Early settlers included the Dutch, Germans, and British
Early settlers included the Dutch, Spanish, and British
The state nickname is?
The King stone State
The Milestone State
The Keystone State
The Moonstone State
The state entered the union on which date?
October 12, 1787
September 12, 1787
December 12, 1787
November 12, 1787
Which of the following statements is true?
The State bird is Western Meadowlark
The State bird is Rhode Island Red
The State bird is Ruffed Grouse
The State bird is Carolina Wren
 
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