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Marshall, Texas: Quiz


Question 1: Only the ________ in Los Angeles will have more patent suits filed than Marshall.
United States District Court for the Southern District of CaliforniaUnited States District Court for the Central District of CaliforniaUnited States District Court for the Northern District of CaliforniaUnited States District Court for the District of New Jersey

Question 2: Even though the areas surrounding Marshall were somewhat integrated, ________ was still apparent in everyday life.
Ethnic cleansingRacial segregationRacismSouth Africa under apartheid

Question 3: In 1978, then Taipei mayor, ________, and Marshall mayor, William Q.
Ma Ying-jeouChiang Ching-kuoLee Teng-huiChiang Kai-shek

Question 4: The city quickly became a major city in the state because of its position as a gateway to Texas on several major ________ lines.
StagecoachMidwestern United StatesCharles BollesBoston

Question 5: The city is known for holding one of the largest light festivals in the United States, the Wonderland of Lights,[4] and, as the self-proclaimed Pottery Capital of the World, for its sizable ________ industry.
CollageStained glassCeramic artPottery

Question 6: Farmer Jr., another Wiley graduate, became an organizer of the Freedom Rides and a founder of the ________.
Timeline of the African American Civil Rights MovementStudent Nonviolent Coordinating CommitteeCongress of Racial EqualityAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)

Question 7: ________George W. Bush cabinet member
Colin PowellMel MartinezAlberto GonzalesAlphonso Jackson

Question 8: To the west of downtown are some of the oldest ________ neighborhoods in Texas, centered around Wiley College.
Great Migration (African American)African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)African American cultureAfrican American

Question 9: ________—U.S., and later Confederate, Senator
James Lawrence OrrAugustus Hill GarlandLouis WigfallRobert Mercer Taliaferro Hunter

Question 10: According to the ________, the city has a total area of 29.6 square miles (76.8 km²), of that, 29.6 square miles (76.6 km²) of it is land and 0.1 square miles (0.2 km²) of it (0.27%) is water.
New EnglandUnited States Census BureauSouthern United StatesMidwestern United States

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