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Question 1: ________, at Key West
Indian Key State Historic SiteDry Tortugas National ParkBiscayne National ParkEverglades National Park

Question 2: Augustine, burning the city and its cathedral to the ground several times, while the citizens hid behind the walls of the ________.
Dry Tortugas National ParkIndian Key State Historic SiteCastillo de San MarcosFort Matanzas National Monument

Question 3: Spain regained the Floridas after Britain's defeat by the American colonies and the subsequent ________ in 1783, continuing the division into East and West Florida.
American Revolutionary WarPeace of Paris (1783)United StatesTreaty of Paris (1783)

Question 4:
How long is Florida?
55:46
3:18
721
2:47

Question 5:
Which of these places is north of Florida?

Question 6: Article II, Section 9, of the ________ provides that "English is the official language of the State of Florida." This provision was adopted in 1988 by a vote following an Initiative Petition.
Baker County, FloridaFlorida ConstitutionBradenton–Sarasota–Venice, Florida Metropolitan Statistical AreaBoca Raton, Florida

Question 7:
Which of the following places is northwest of Florida?

Question 8:
What timezone is Florida in?
Eastern: UTC-5/DST-4
Eastern UTC-5/-4
GMT+4
+4

Question 9: Prior to the construction of routes under the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956, Florida began construction of a long cross-state ________, Florida's Turnpike.
ParkwayExpresswayToll roadFreeway

Question 10: After settler attacks on Indian towns, ________ Indians based in East Florida began raiding Georgia settlements, purportedly at the behest of the Spanish.
Native Americans in the United StatesSeminoleChoctawMuscogee (Creek)
















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