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Question 1: Aviation became a major issue in the city in ________.
World War IWestern Front (World War I)Caucasus CampaignArmenian Genocide

Question 2: The ________ broke off from Mexico in 1836 and remained an independent country for nearly 10 years.
Texas RevolutionMexican TexasRepublic of TexasHistory of Texas

Question 3: [4] As it further entered the 20th century, Dallas transformed from an agricultural center to a center of banking, insurance, fashion retailing and other businesses, including the founding of ________ and the now-defunct A.

Question 4: By 1880, the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, under the leadership of ________, reached Dallas.
Lord Gordon-GordonManhattanJay GouldGeorge Jay Gould I

Question 5: Over-speculating, over-building and the ________ practically destroyed the city economically.
Savings and loan crisisSavings and loan associationCharles KeatingKeating Five

Question 6: Pei and Partners), Dallas will be the only city in the world that has four buildings within one contiguous block that are all designed by ________ winners.
Frank GehryPritzker PrizeJean NouvelNorman Foster (architect)

Question 7: [4] By 1860, the town's population reached 678, including 97 ________ as well as Belgians, French, Germans, and Swiss.
African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)African AmericanAfrican American cultureGreat Migration (African American)

Question 8: Kilby developed was soon usurped by a competing technology simultaneously developed in the "Silicon Valley" in California by engineers who would go on to form ________).
MicrosoftIntel CorporationNvidiaCisco Systems

Question 9: In 1911, Dallas became the location of the eleventh regional branch of the ________ Bank and millionaire Dr.
Central bankUnited States dollarFederal Reserve SystemGreat Depression

Question 10: Freedmen's towns were scattered throughout Dallas and many whites became fearful — the ________ first appeared in the city in 1868.
Ku Klux KlanNeo-NazismAntisemitismRacism







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