South Dakota

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The State Capital of South Dakota is ...
Sioux Falls
Rapid City
Pierre
Aberdeen
The population of South Dakota is ...
921,900
821,800
721,000
621,600
Bordering states are?
North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming and Montana
North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Utah
Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Maine
Nevada, Minnesota, Wyoming, Montana
The state name originated from?
Indian word meaning "families", same as the State North Carolina
Indian word meaning "rallies", same as the State Oregon
Indian word meaning "allies", same as the State North Dakota
Indian word meaning "valleys", same as the State Ohio
This state entered the union as the __ state?
42nd
39th
41st
40th
A geographic landmark of South Dakota is?
Mount Whitney
Mount McKinley
Mount Rushmore
Mount Columbia
A significant historic event was?
The State became a part of U.S. with the Louisiana Purchase in 1803
The State became a part of U.S. with the Iowa Purchase in 1903
The State became a part of U.S. with the Utah Purchase in 1603
The State became a part of U.S. with the Nevada Purchase in 1703
The state nickname is?
The Treasure State
The Buckeye State
The Sunshine State
The Milestone State
The state entered the union on which date?
November 2, 1869
November 22, 1899
November 2, 1889
November 12, 1879
Which of the following statements is true?
Mt. Rushmore has the carved heads of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr.
Mt. Rushmore has the carved heads of Columbus, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt
Mt. Rushmore has the carved heads of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt
Mt. Rushmore has the carved heads of Washington, Kennedy, Lincoln and Columbus
 
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