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Question 1:
How many casualties were there in the 1906 San Francisco earthquake?
1,000 killed and wounded, 3,000 captured
3,000+ killed
1,172 per initial Austrian report; up to 3,000 per later reports
3000 all causes

Question 2:

Question 3: ________ sang "Put the Blame on Mame" in Gilda, in 1946.
Gene KellyDavid NivenJames CagneyRita Hayworth

Question 4: On August 1, 1909, the ________ enacted the California Standard Form of Fire Insurance Policy, which did not contain any earthquake clause.
California State SenateCalifornia State AssemblyCalifornia State LegislatureOklahoma Legislature

Question 5: [28] Part of the rush to rebuild was the desire to be ready for the ________ set to be hosted in 1915, and indeed by that year there was almost no visible damage to be seen in the city.
San Francisco1906 San Francisco earthquakePanama–Pacific International ExpositionExpo (exhibition)

Question 6: The ________ added a documentary of the footage of the earthquake, entitled "San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, April 18, 1906", to its list of American films for preservation.
National Film RegistryFilms considered the greatest everAcademy AwardAFI's 100 Years…100 Movie Quotes

Question 7:
Which of the following titles did 1906 San Francisco earthquake have?
1906 San Francisco earthquake
1906 Meishan Earthquake
1906 World Figure Skating Championships
1906 FA Cup Final

Question 8: The ________ Earthquake Hazards Program issued a series of Internet documents,[46] and the tourism industry promoted the 100th anniversary as well.
Minerals Management ServiceNational Park ServiceUnited States Geological SurveyUnited States Fish and Wildlife Service

Question 9: The earthquake and resulting fire are remembered as the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States alongside the ________.
Galveston, TexasHistory of Galveston, TexasFree State of Galveston1900 Galveston hurricane

Question 10: Newspapers at the time described ________, the Presidio, the Panhandle and the beaches between Ingleside and North Beach as being covered with makeshift tents.
Nob Hill, San FranciscoJapantown, San Francisco, CaliforniaGolden Gate ParkMount Davidson, San Francisco, California


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