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Question 1: Croix, collected at the St. Croix Boom Site two miles upstream of Stillwater, and processed in Stillwater's many ________.
SawmillTurkeyWater wheelHierapolis sawmill

Question 2: Steamboats were used most widely from 1860–________, and a few are still used for entertainment purposes today.
1972197318901995

Question 3: The town was founded by settlers drawn by the area's then-abundant lumber and river traffic, making it one of Minnesota's oldest towns, predating ________ by several years.
Hennepin County, MinnesotaSaint Paul, MinnesotaMinneapolis – Saint PaulMinneapolis

Question 4: On July 29 and September 29, 1837, treaties were signed between the US government and the local ________ and Dakota nations that allowed settlement in the St.
First NationsOjibweAnishinaabeMississaugas

Question 5: About 3.0% of families and 4.3% of the population were below the ________, including 5.6% of those under age 18 and 5.3% of those age 65 or over.
CanadaBasic needsPoverty thresholdBhutan

Question 6: As of the ________[1] of 2000, there were 15,143 people, 5,797 households, and 4,115 families residing in the city.
ItalyCensusSpainFrance

Question 7: Stillwater is often referred to as the birthplace of ________.
North DakotaSaint Paul, MinnesotaMinneapolis – Saint PaulMinnesota

Question 8: Stillwater is a city in Washington County, ________, directly across the St. Croix River from the state of Wisconsin.
MinnesotaMinneapolis – Saint PaulNorth DakotaSaint Paul, Minnesota

Question 9: More recently, development has focused on medium-density housing, such as ________ complexes, on the north side of downtown.
CondominiumAllodial titleReal estateProperty law







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