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Wakulla County, Florida: Quiz

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Question 1: Jacksonville | ________ | Tampa | St. Petersburg | Orlando | Hialeah | Fort Lauderdale | Tallahassee | Cape Coral | Port St.

Question 2: As of the ________[4] of 2000, there were 22,863 people, 8,450 households, and 6,236 families residing in the county.
SpainCensusFranceItaly

Question 3: Lucie Metropolitan Area | Punta Gorda | Sebastian-Vero Beach | ________ | Tallahassee Metropolitan Area | Tampa Bay Area
Miami-Dade County, FloridaWest Palm Beach, FloridaSouth Florida metropolitan areaMiami

Question 4: This provoked ________ and a Spanish flotilla arrived some 5 weeks later and assumed control of San Marcos.
PortugalLuxembourgDenmarkSpain

Question 5: Wakulla County is a county located in the U.S. state of ________.
FloridaMassachusettsNorth CarolinaNew Jersey

Question 6: About 9.30% of families and 11.30% of the population were below the ________, including 15.40% of those under age 18 and 15.10% of those age 65 or over.
Basic needsPoverty thresholdBhutanCanada

Question 7: Thus the word Guacara was pronounced Wakala by the ________ who are Muskhogean in their origin and language.
Native Americans in the United StatesMuscogee (Creek)FloridaSeminole

Question 8: In 1528, Panfilo de Narvaez found his way to what would be Wakulla County from ________ camping at the confluence of the Wakulla River and St. Marks River.
Orlando, FloridaSt. Petersburg, FloridaTampa, FloridaHillsborough County, Florida

Question 9: Although there are no ________ in Wakulla County, several major routes to pass through the area, including U.S. Route 98 and U.S. Route 319.
U.S. stateInterstate Highway SystemUnited States Numbered HighwaysMaryland

Question 10: Guacara is a Spanish phonetic spelling of an original Indian name, and Wakulla is a ________ pronunciation of Guacara.
Mississippian cultureMuskogean languagesMobilian JargonGuale







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