South Carolina

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The State Capital of South Carolina is ...
Spartanburg
Greenville
Columbia
Charleston
The population of South Carolina is ...
7,664,000
5,664,000
3,664,000
9,664,000
Bordering states are?
Georgia and North Carolina, with the Atlantic Ocean on the east
Georgia and New York, with the Atlantic Ocean on the west
Utah and North Carolina, with the Atlantic Ocean on the south
Utah and New York, with the Atlantic Ocean on the north
The state name originated from?
The King Charles II of New Zealand
The King Charles IV of Scotland
The King Charles I of England
The King Charles III of Finland
This state entered the union as the __ state?
5th
6th
7th
8th
A geographic landmark of South Carolina is?
Blue Ridge Mountains are not in South Carolina
Yellow Ridge Mountains are in South Carolina
Blue Ridge Mountains are in South Carolina
Black Ridge Mountains are in South Carolina
A significant historic event was?
Carolinas played a major role in the American Revolution
Carolinas played a major role in the French Revolution
Carolinas do not played a major role in the American Revolution
Carolinas played a major role in the Green Revolution
The state nickname is?
The Silver State
The Peace Garden State
The Palmetto State
The Sooner State
The state entered the union on which date?
May 23, 1688
May 23, 1888
May 23, 1788
May 23, 1988
Which of the following statements is true?
State Capital is named after Christopher Columbus, great poet
State Capital is named after Christopher Columbus, great archaeologist
State Capital is named after Christopher Columbus, great explorer
State Capital is named after Christopher Columbus, great scientist
 
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