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Question 1: Excavations at the ________ site near Vonore revealed that Native Americans were living in East Tennessee on at least a semi-annual basis as early as 7,500 B.C.
Fort Loudoun (Tennessee)Icehouse BottomToqua (Tennessee)Tomotley

Question 2: According to the ________, no more than two of the Tennessee Supreme Court's five justices can come from any one Grand Division.
Clarksville, TennesseeTennessee SenateTennessee State ConstitutionTennessee General Assembly

Question 3: Private four-year institutions include Bryan College, Carson-Newman College, King College, Lee University, Lincoln Memorial University, Maryville College, Milligan College, ________, Tennessee Wesleyan College, and Tusculum College.
Christian Brothers UniversityLipscomb UniversityJohnson Bible CollegeCrichton College

Question 4: [4] The ________ is headquartered in Knoxville.
Tennessee Valley AuthorityFranklin D. RooseveltBrowns Ferry Nuclear Power PlantWatts Bar Nuclear Generating Station

Question 5: The ________, one of the world's most well-known hiking trails, was built in the mid-1930s, and passes along the Tennessee-North Carolina border.
Wallkill River National Wildlife RefugeAppalachian TrailUpper Delaware Scenic and Recreational RiverGateway National Recreation Area

Question 6: [3] Oak Ridge was the site of the world's first successful ________ operations which paved the way for the atomic age.
Enriched uraniumPlutoniumNuclear fuel cycleNuclear reactor technology

Question 7: In the early 1890s, Tennessee's controversial convict lease system sparked a miners' uprising in Anderson County that became known as the ________.
Anderson County, TennesseeCoal Creek WarBriceville, TennesseeClinton, Tennessee

Question 8: ________, who had migrated to the region from Pennsylvania in the 1790s, formed the Manumission Society of Tennessee in 1814.
History of the Religious Society of FriendsReligious Society of FriendsFriends World Committee for ConsultationGeorge Fox

Question 9: The last such treaty resulted in the tribe's tragic removal to Oklahoma via the ________ in 1838.
Cherokee removalTrail of TearsAtlantaGeorgia (U.S. state)

Question 10: Starting with ________ in 1933, the agency built 10 dams in East Tennessee (and five more across the border in North Carolina and Georgia) over a period of two decades.
Melton Hill DamNorris DamCherokee DamChickamauga Dam


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