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Historic regions of the United States: Quiz

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Question 1: Northwest Territory (1789–1803), became the states of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, ________, Wisconsin, and Minnesota east of the Mississippi
IllinoisKentuckyMassachusettsMissouri

Question 2: ________, named for the Delaware or Lenilenape Indians.
LenapehokingNew York CityNew NetherlandNew Jersey

Question 3: Aztlan, the mythical land of the ________ located in the Southwestern U.S.
Inca EmpirePre-Columbian eraAztecMesoamerican chronology

Question 4: ________ (1850–1912)
Santa Fe, New MexicoNew Mexico TerritoryAlbuquerque, New MexicoHistory of New Mexico

Question 5: This is a list of historic regions of the ________, defined as regions that were legal entities in the past.
PhilippinesUnited StatesCanadaAlaska

Question 6: ________ (Arizona, New Mexico)
Confederate States of AmericaArizona Territory (Confederate States of America)Trans-Mississippi Theater of the American Civil WarBorder states (American Civil War)

Question 7: State of Deseret, unofficially declared independence in 1857 in the ________ between Mormon settlers and the U.S.
Joseph Smith, Jr.Mormon pioneersBrigham YoungUtah War

Question 8: ________
AlabamaColoradoNevadaList of former United States counties

Question 9: Oklahoma as a separate Native American country, especially the Cherokee Nation and four of the ________.
Muscogee (Creek)ChickasawChoctawFive Civilized Tribes

Question 10: Territory of Indiana (1800–1816) split into the Illinois Territory, Michigan Territory, and the state of ________.
IndianaOhioKentuckyNew Jersey







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