Oklahoma

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The State Capital of Oklahoma is ...
Tulsa
Lawton
Oklahoma City
Norman
The population of Oklahoma is ...
2,258,000
5,258,000
3,258,000
4,258,000
Bordering states are?
Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas
Kansas, Maine, Colorado, Texas
Missouri, Canada, Utah, Arkansas
Kansas, Missouri, Maine, Texas
The state name originated from?
The Indian words "okla homma" meaning "white people"
The Indian words "okla homma" meaning "brave people"
The Indian words "okla homma" meaning "red people"
The Indian words "okla homma" meaning "great people"
This state entered the union as the __ state?
43rd
44th
45th
46th
A geographic landmark of Oklahoma is?
The Edmund Pettus Bridge
The Yukon River Bridge
The Crystal Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge
A significant historic event was?
State became part of U. S. through the Louisiana purchase
State became part of U. S. through the New York purchase
State became part of U. S. through the New Jersey purchase
State became part of U. S. through the New Mexico purchase
The state nickname is?
The Latter State
The Former State
The Sooner State
The Earlier State
The state entered the union on which date?
September 16, 1917
October 16, 1927
November 16, 1907
December 16, 1937
Which of the following statements is true?
Akron City is in Oklahoma
Lawton City is not in Oklahoma
Lawton City is in Oklahoma
James town is in Oklahoma

 

 
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