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Mexico, Missouri: Quiz

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Question 1: About 10.0% of families and 13.8% of the population were below the ________, including 19.0% of those under age 18 and 11.0% of those age 65 or over.
CanadaPoverty thresholdBasic needsBhutan

Question 2: The word "New" was dropped after the ________ that saw Texas become a part of the United States.
Philippine–American WarMexican–American WarAmerican Civil WarSpanish–American War

Question 3: Mexico was laid out as "New Mexico" in 1836 and was a major stop for settlers heading to the ________ (thus the name New Mexico), and became the county seat under its present name in 1837.
Texas RevolutionMexican TexasHistory of TexasRepublic of Texas

Question 4: As of the ________[1] of 2000, there were 11,320 people, 4,804 households, and 3,021 families residing in the city.
SpainItalyCensusFrance

Question 5: Mexico was the home of Hardin College and Conservatory of Music, a ________ college established in 1873 for young women, an institution founded and endowed by Charles H. Hardin (1820–1892), governor of the state in 1872–1874.
ChristianityChristian denominationBaptistEcumenism

Question 6: The Simmons Stables, currently being revitalized, are now listed on the ________.
Property type (National Register of Historic Places)History of the National Register of Historic PlacesNational Register of Historic PlacesNational Park Service

Question 7: Tyronn Lue, a basketball player with the ________, was born in Mexico, but finished high school in the Kansas City suburb of Raytown, Missouri.
Chicago BullsMiami HeatOrlando Magic2009–10 Orlando Magic season

Question 8: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
Public domainCopyright infringementIntellectual propertyCopyright

Question 9: Mexico is a city in Audrain County, ________, United States.
IllinoisMissouriColoradoArkansas

Question 10: Hardin College closed during the ________ and never re-opened.
Republican Party (United States)Great DepressionFederal Reserve SystemUnited States







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