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Yancey County, North Carolina: Quiz

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Question 1: Its ________ is Burnsville[1].
New YorkMississippiCounty seatArkansas

Question 2: The grateful people named their county seat for Captain Burns, a naval hero in the ________.
War of 1812 CampaignsBattle of Lake ErieChronology of the War of 1812War of 1812

Question 3: Independent and sturdy Scottish, English, and Irish settlers of the Carolina frontier had crossed the ________ and settled the Toe River Valley by the mid-1700s.
Tennessee ValleyPiedmont (United States)Ridge-and-Valley AppalachiansBlue Ridge Mountains

Question 4: Western | High Country | Foothills | Piedmont | Metro Charlotte | Piedmont Triad | Triangle | Sandhills | Coastal Plain | Eastern | Cape Fear | Inner Banks | Outer Banks | ________
Crystal CoastCarteret County, North CarolinaOnslow County, North CarolinaMorehead City, North Carolina

Question 5: As of the ________[3] of 2000, there were 17,774 people, 7,472 households, and 5,372 families residing in the county.
FranceItalyCensusSpain

Question 6: The town was named Burnsville in honor of Captain ________, who voted for the creation of the new western county when he was serving in the General Assembly.
Otway BurnsVirginiaNorth CarolinaUnited States

Question 7: Yancey County is one of the two ________ in North Carolina along with Graham.
FloridaDry countyGeorgia (U.S. state)Missouri

Question 8: ________ - southwest
Henderson County, North CarolinaMadison County, North CarolinaBuncombe County, North CarolinaAsheville, North Carolina

Question 9: Yancey County is a county located in the U.S. state of ________.
Georgia (U.S. state)North CarolinaPennsylvaniaSouth Carolina







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