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Goleta, California: Quiz

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Question 1: On January 30, 2006, Jennifer San Marco shot and killed seven people, including six postal workers, before committing ________ at the postal-processing facility where she had been previously employed.
SuicideEuthanasiaDeath and cultureCremation

Question 2: As of the ________[10] of 2000, there were 55,204 people, 19,954 households, and 13,468 families residing in the CDP.
FranceCensusItalySpain

Question 3: During the 19th century most of the area, formerly covered with ________ trees, was deforested; ranching was the principal land use during this time.
EnglandUnited StatesOakEurope

Question 4: It was the highest temperature recorded in the ________ until 1913.
PhilippinesAlaskaUnited StatesCanada

Question 5: In the 18th century, two Spanish expeditions came to the area; the second founded the Presidio of Santa Barbara and Mission to the east, and began the work of converting the Chumash to ________.
Pope John Paul IIPope Gregory ICatholic ChurchPope

Question 6: The 2000 census figures reflect the ________ of Goleta, which was somewhat larger than the incorporated city.
AlaskaCensus-designated placePlace (United States Census Bureau)Connecticut

Question 7: It is known for being close to the ________ campus, although the CDP of Isla Vista is closer.
University of California, San DiegoUniversity of California, Santa BarbaraUniversity of California, IrvineUniversity of California, Los Angeles

Question 8: Intercity transit is provided by ________ at the Goleta Amtrak Station.
Norfolk Southern RailwayBNSF RailwayAmtrakNew York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad

Question 9: Goleta remains a center for high-tech firms, and a ________ for neighboring Santa Barbara[2].
Urban sprawlNew York CitySuburbCommuter town

Question 10: Nearby is the Santa Barbara campus of the ________ and the student community of Isla Vista.
University of CaliforniaUniversity of California, RiversideUniversity of California, Los AngelesUniversity of California, San Diego







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