Washington

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The State Capital of Washington is ...
Spokane
Seattle
Olympia
Bellevue
The population of Washington is ...
5,867,000
7,867,000
4,867,000
6,867,000
Bordering states are?
Idaho and Oregon, with Canada to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the west
Colorado and Arizona, with the Pacific Ocean to the north and Canada to the west
Idaho and Arizona, with Canada to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the east
Oregon and Colorado , with the Pacific Ocean to the south and Canada to the west
The state name originated from?
George Washington, the third President of the United States
George Washington, the second President of the United States
George Washington, the first President of the United States 
George Washington, the fourth President of the United States
This state entered the union as the __ state?
44th
43rd
41st
42nd
A geographic landmark of Washington is?
The Alaska Range
The Sierra Nevada Range
The Cascade Range
The Coast Ranges
A significant historic event was?
Early inhabitants were primarily traders
Early inhabitants were primarily foragers
Early inhabitants were primarily hunters
Early inhabitants were primarily Indian warriors
The state nickname is?
The Keystone State
The Green Mountain State
The Evergreen State
The Lone Star State
The state entered the union on which date?
November 11, 1869
November 21, 1879
November 11, 1889
November 21, 1899
Which of the following statements is true?
The State bird is Bluebird
The State bird is Eastern Goldfinch
The State bird is Willow Goldfinch
The State bird is Lark Bunting

 

 
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