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Wisconsin State Capitol: Quiz

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Question 1: The "Wisconsin" statue on the dome was sculpted in 1920 by ________ of New York.
BostonAtlantaHenry BaconDaniel Chester French

Question 2: This work, often referred to as the "Golden Lady," consists of an allegorical figure reminiscent of ________, dressed in Greek garb, and wearing a helmet topped by a badger, the Wisconsin state totem.
AthenaGreek mythologyDemeterGreece

Question 3: Initially the statue of Wisconsin on the top of the dome was promised to Helen Farnsworth Mears but when ________ agreed to produce the finial figure, the commission was switched to him.
Daniel Chester FrenchBostonAtlantaHenry Bacon

Question 4: On May 5, 2008 the Capitol was used as a location for the film Public Enemies starring Johnny Depp and ________.
Christian BaleThe Dark Knight (film)Batman BeginsHeath Ledger

Question 5: The session chose Madison as the site of the capitol, and Burlington, ________ as the site of further legislative sessions until Madison could be ready.
IndianaIowaIllinoisNebraska

Question 6: A replica tribute sits above the ________ floor.
Wisconsin State AssemblyGeorgia General AssemblyWisconsin LegislatureWisconsin Senate

Question 7: The Wisconsin State Capitol, in Madison, ________, houses both chambers of the Wisconsin legislature along with the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the Office of the Governor.
NebraskaMissouriWisconsinConnecticut

Question 8: The remains of Old Abe, the Civil War eagle of the 8th Wisconsin regiment, now depicted on the shoulder patch of the ________, were destroyed in the 1904 fire.
101st Airborne DivisionOperation Market GardenMission Albany506th Infantry Regiment (United States)







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