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Imperial County, California: Quiz

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Question 1: Fort Yuma is located on the banks of the ________ in Winterhaven, California.
UtahArizonaWestern United StatesColorado River

Question 2: The park is named after Spanish explorer ________ and the Spanish name borrego, or bighorn sheep.
Juan Bautista de AnzaSan FranciscoSan Jose, CaliforniaCalifornia

Question 3: Rock en Espanol group ________ hails from the border town with the namesake in the Imperial Valley faces Mexicali, Baja California of Mexico.
Carried to DustAerocalexicoCalexicoGarden Ruin

Question 4: Located near Ocotillo, California in the Coyote Mountains, Fossil Canyon and the surrounding area is a great place for rock hounding and ________ hunting.
Geologic time scaleFossilPaleontologyGeology

Question 5: Much of the Imperial Land Company's land also existed in Mexico (________).
Baja California SurQuerétaroChihuahuaBaja California

Question 6: This site had been occupied by Camp Calhoun, named for ________, established in 1849.
James BuchananJohn C. CalhounMartin Van BurenLewis Cass

Question 7: As of the ________[15] of 2000, there were 142,361 people, 39,384 households, and 31,467 families residing in the county.
FranceCensusItalySpain

Question 8: But the ________ severely disrupted the company's plans.
Decena tr√°gicaMexican RevolutionVenustiano CarranzaMexico

Question 9: The ________ forms the county's eastern boundary.
Colorado RiverUtahWestern United StatesArizona

Question 10: 92243 in ________ ‚ÄĘ 43,744
Imperial Valley (California)El Centro, CaliforniaImperial County, CaliforniaBrawley, California







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