Texas

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The State Capital of Texas is ...
Amarillo
El Paso
Austin
San Antonio
The population of Texas is ...
48,418,000
28,418,000
18,418,000
38,418,000
Bordering states are?
New Mexico, Oklahoma and Louisiana, with Mexico on the southwest and the Gulf of Mexico on the southeast
New Mexico, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arizona
New Jersey, Oregon, New York, Nevada
New Mexico, Utah, California, Iowa
The state name originated from?
The Indian word 'Tejas' meaning "Parents"
The Indian word 'Tejas' meaning "Brothers"
The Indian word 'Tejas' meaning "Friends"
The Indian word 'Tejas' meaning "Relatives"
This state entered the union as the __ state?
22nd
24th
26th
28th
A geographic landmark of Texas is?
The Alamo is a symbol of Arizona' struggle
The Alamo is a symbol of California' struggle
The Alamo is a symbol of Texas' struggle
The Alamo is a symbol of Tennessee' struggle
A significant historic event was?
First settled by the Spanish in 1682
First settled by the British in 1782
First settled by the French in 1882
First settled by the Dutch in 1982
The state nickname is?
The Full Star State
The Lone Sun State
The Lone Star State
The Full Sun State
The state entered the union on which date?
October 29, 1845
September 29, 1845
December 29, 1845
November 29, 1845
Which of the following statements is true?
'Alamo' symbolizes struggle for independence from Brazil
'Alamo' symbolizes struggle for independence from Canada
'Alamo' symbolizes struggle for independence from Mexico
'Alamo' symbolizes struggle for independence from India
 
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