Nebraska

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The State Capital of Nebraska is ...
Omaha
Fort Omaha
Lincoln
Holdrege
The population of Nebraska is ...
1,613,000
1,632,000
1,623,000
1,633,000
Bordering states are?
South Dakota, Iowa, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming
South Dakota, Iowa, Arkansas, Colorado
North Dakota, Iowa, Arizona, Colorado
Kansas, Iowa, Arkansas, Colorado
The state name originated from?
The Indian word for the Nile River
The Indian word for the Plain River
The Indian word for the Platte River
The Indian word for the Klamath River
This state entered the union as the __ state?
35th
38th
36th
37th
A geographic landmark of Nebraska is?
Mitchell Pass excavated in 1750 for wagon traffic
Mitchell Pass excavated in 1650 for wagon traffic
Mitchell Pass excavated in 1850 for wagon traffic
Mitchell Pass excavated in 1950 for wagon traffic
A significant historic event was?
State was acquired as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803
State was acquired as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1703
State was acquired as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1603
State was acquired as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1903
The state nickname is?
The Cotton State
The Show-Me State
The Cornhusker State
The Treasure State
The state entered the union on which date?
May 1, 1867
April 1, 1867
March 1, 1867
June 1, 1867
Which of the following statements is true?
State Capital is named after George Washington
State Capital is named after John F. Kennedy
State Capital is named after Abraham Lincoln
State Capital is named after Martin Luther King Jr.

 

 
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