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Wisconsin Territory: Quiz

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Question 1: Thus, the 1836 Wisconsin Territory included all of the present-day states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, ________, and that part of the Dakotas that lay east of the Missouri River.
IllinoisNebraskaIowaIndiana

Question 2: ________ that encompassed land that was previously part of the Territory of Wisconsin:
United States territoryPolitical divisions of the United StatesTerritories of the United StatesUnited States

Question 3: Henry Hastings Sibley 1848-49 ________
30th United States Congress32nd United States Congress29th United States Congress31st United States Congress

Question 4: James Duane Doty 1839-41 ________, 26th Congress
26th United States Congress27th United States Congress25th United States Congress24th United States Congress

Question 5: ________ (1837)
Belmont (Jul-Oct 1836)
Cedar Rapids, IowaIowa City, IowaOttumwa, IowaBurlington, Iowa

Question 6: John Hubbard Tweedy 1847-48 ________
31st United States Congress30th United States Congress32nd United States Congress29th United States Congress

Question 7:
  • ________, 1787–1803
    Chicago metropolitan areaNorthwest TerritoryDriftless AreaLaurentian Mixed Forest Province

Question 8: The area that would later be part of the second—and by far the longest lasting—incarnation of the Wisconsin Territory was originally part of the ________.
Northwest TerritoryDriftless AreaChicago metropolitan areaLaurentian Mixed Forest Province

Question 9: Morgan Lewis Martin 1845-47 ________
28th United States Congress29th United States Congress30th United States Congress31st United States Congress

Question 10: The Territory of Wisconsin was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from July 3, 1836, until May 29, 1848, when an eastern portion of the territory was admitted to the Union as the ________.
MissouriNebraskaConnecticutWisconsin







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