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Question 1: The 1859 arrival of rail transportation expanded the ability to meet the demands of a rapidly-growing ________ market.
Structural engineeringCivil engineeringBuilding services engineeringConstruction

Question 2: Carl Laemmle, founder of ________
Universal Media StudiosUniversal StudiosNBC Universal Television DistributionUniversal Studios Florida

Question 3: Originally a small-town ________ of adult work clothing, it became best known for its children's lines.

Question 4: The Oshkosh Daily Northwestern ________ (now the Oshkosh Northwestern) was founded around this time.
DefamationNews mediaMedia biasNewspaper

Question 5: Oshkosh is a city in Winnebago County, Wisconsin, United States, located where the Fox River enters ________.
Appleton, WisconsinLake Butte des MortsGreen Bay, WisconsinLake Winnebago

Question 6: By 1870, Oshkosh had become the third-largest city in ________ with a population of over 12,000.

Question 7: [3] Although the ________ brought the first European settlers to the area as early as 1818, because the area was a frequent target of Native American attacks, it never became a major player in the fur trade.
AcadiaFur tradeLouisiana (New France)New France

Question 8: Around 1900 Oshkosh was home of the Oshkosh Brewing Company, who coined the ________ slogan "By Gosh It's Good".
Business marketingMarketingMarketing managementAdvertising

Question 9: Menominee Park is also the site of the Menominee Park Zoo and "Little Oshkosh", a community-built ________.

Question 10: The population was 62,916 at the 2000 census; it had a ________ of 159,972 people.
Megalopolis (city type)Los AngelesMegacityMetropolitan area


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