Wyoming

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The State Capital of Wyoming is ...
Casper
Laramie
Cheyenne
New Castle
The population of Wyoming is ...
675,000
775,000
475,000
575,000
Bordering states are?
Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, and Utah
Idaho, Montana, Colorado, Utah
South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah
Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska
The state name originated from?
The Indian word meaning "On the great valley"
The Indian word meaning "On the great river"
The Indian word meaning "On the great plain"
The Indian word meaning "On the great hill"
This state entered the union as the __ state?
42nd
43rd
45th
44th
A geographic landmark of Wyoming is?
Bluestone National Park
Red stone National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Whitestone National Park
A significant historic event was?
The first state to give women the right to vote
The first state to give men the right to vote
The last state to give women and men the right to vote
The last state to give people the right to vote
The state nickname is?
The Keystone State
The Green Mountain State
The Equality State
The Cornhusker State
The state entered the union on which date?
August 10, 1890
June 10, 1890
July 10, 1890
September 10, 1890
Which of the following statements is true?
State Capital is named after the Seminole tribe
State Capitalis named after the Cherokee tribe
State Capital is named after the Cheyenne tribe
State Capital is named after the Iroquois tribe
 
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