Missouri

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The State Capital of Missouri is ...
Springfield
St. Louis
Jefferson City
Kansas City
The population of Missouri is ...
5,287,000
5,782,000
5,278,000
5,872,000
Bordering states are?
Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa and Arkansas
Illinois, Kentucky, Alabama, Nebraska
Illinois, Kentucky, Arizona, Nebraska
Illinois, Kentucky, Ohio, Nebraska
The state name originated from?
The Indian tribe, meaning 'owners of big capes'
The Indian tribe, meaning 'owners of small capes'
The Indian tribe, meaning 'owners of big canoes'
The Indian tribe, meaning 'owners of small canoes'
This state entered the union as the __ state?
22nd
25th
23rd
24th
A geographic landmark of Missouri is?
Gateway Arch in Springfield
Gateway Arch in Jefferson City
Gateway Arch in St. Louis
Gateway Arch in Kansas City
A significant historic event was?
First settled by the French in 1735
First settled by the French in 1753
First settled by the English in 1753
First settled by the English in 1735
The state nickname is?
The Hide-Us State
The Hide-Me State
The Show-Me State
The Show-Us State
The state entered the union on which date?
August 10, 1812
September 10, 1821
August 10, 1821
September 10, 1812
Which of the following statements is true?
The State is 17th in terms of area (Square miles)
The State is 16th in terms of area (Square miles)
The State is 19th in terms of area (Square miles)
The State is 18th in terms of area (Square miles)

 

 
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