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Local History, Geography, and Culture Questions - All Grades

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Grade 8 Mississippi
Grade 8 Tennessee
Which road connected the Mississippi River to Nashville?
  1. I-55
  2. Sante Fe Trail
  3. Chisolm Trail
  4. Natchez Trace
Grade 7 Mississippi
Mmmmm...bacon. Who brought pigs to Mississippi?
  1. Christopher Columbus
  2. Hernando Cortes
  3. Hernando de Soto
  4. Machiavelli and Rossosou
Grade 4 Florida
How did the army manage to cross the Withlacoochee River?
  1. The army went around the river because it was too deep.
  2. The army stretched a rope from one side to the other.
  3. They constructed a bridge over the river.
Grade 3 South Carolina
In Boston and Charleston, South Carolina there were "tea Parties". What happened in Charleston?
  1. Tea was stored in a warehouse and not allowed to be sold
  2. tea was dumped into the harbor
  3. tea was sold to the British
  4. tea was burned by the Native Americans
Grade 3 South Carolina
How was South Carolina affected by The American Revolution?
  1. parts of South Carolina were destroyed
  2. many houses and plantations were burned
  3. mills were destroyed
  4. all of the above
Grade 8 Louisiana
Who was the first governor of the Territory of Orleans?
  1. Nicholas Roosevelt
  2. John Many
  3. General James Wilkenson
  4. William C. C. Claiborne
Grade 4 Florida
In the Tocobaga tribe, middens were:
  1. shell mounds
  2. garbage piles
  3. a tool used for digging
  4. a tolls used for hunting
Grade 8 Mississippi
Which state did Capt. Hardy walk from all the way to Mississippi?
  1. Alabama
  2. North Carolina
  3. Virginia
  4. North Dakota
Grade 8 Mississippi
How long was Camp Shelby open for the first time?
  1. six years
  2. six months
  3. eight years
  4. eight months
Grade 8 Mississippi
What was the nickname of the 38th Infantry Division after it was stationed at Camp Shelby?
  1. Devil Brigade
  2. Big Red One
  3. Cyclone Division
  4. Walker Rangers
Grade 8 Mississippi
Who is Camp Shelby named after?
  1. George S. Shelby
  2. Carrol Shelby
  3. Issac Shelby
  4. Cassi Shelby
Grade 8 Mississippi
Grade 8 Mississippi
This neighborhood was central to African-American life in Hattiesburg.
  1. Downtown
  2. Newman-Buschman
  3. Hattiesburg Historic District
  4. Mobile Street Neighborhood
Grade 4 Texas
The Texas state dinosaur is the
  1. Pleurocoelus
  2. Dilophosaurus
  3. Pachycephalosa
  4. Troodon
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