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Question 1: He had meant to say the 'Saratoga of ________', comparing it to the famous hot springs of that New York town.
San Jose, CaliforniaCaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaLos Angeles

Question 2: With abundant oak trees providing ________ as a food staple and the natural hot springs as a healing ground Calistoga was the site of several villages.
VitaminAcornMetabolismMammal

Question 3: Calistoga's economy was based on mining (________ and mercury) agriculture (grapes, prunes and walnuts) and tourism (the hot springs).
PalladiumSilverGoldCopper

Question 4: Dr John Wilkinson, 1914-2004 was a creator of the current ________ industry in California.
PharmacyEmergency medical servicesMassageSpa

Question 5: Calistoga itself, however, is noted for its ________ spas, a local specialty being immersion in hot volcanic ash known as a mud bath.
JapanUnited StatesVolcanoHot spring

Question 6: According to ________ records, Calistoga has cool, wet winters with temperatures dropping to freezing on an average of 34.1 days.
National Weather ServiceFiji Meteorological ServiceServicio Meteorológico NacionalSouth African Weather Service

Question 7: ________ was the leader of a settlement expedition on the ship Brooklyn landing in Yerba Buena (San Francisco) in 1846.
Sacramento, CaliforniaCaliforniaSamuel BrannanMormon pioneers

Question 8: As of the ________[5] of 2000, there were 5,190 people, 2,042 households, and 1,243 families residing in the city.
CensusFranceItalySpain

Question 9: One of the early visitors was ________.
Treasure IslandThe Silverado SquattersRobert Louis StevensonKidnapped (novel)

Question 10: ________, former head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams, & Kansas City Chiefs was born in Calistoga
Steve Van BurenSonny JurgensenDick VermeilChuck Bednarik







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