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Know-It-All Quiz 5
The First Thirteen State Capitals

Sandy Adrion

4 points

Cindy Blevins

2 points

Sandra Cobb

4 points

Julia Harris

2 points

Dave Edwards

4 point

Megan Plauger

1 point

Bob Kozak

4 points

Anne J. Stoudt

2 point

Paul Evans

1 point

Peter Senft

1 point

Linda Zinn

1 point

Quiz #5

The First 13 State Capitols

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Answer any five questions to earn 1 point. If you answer all 13 questions you will earn 1 bonus point. If you earn the bonus point you will have an advantage in Quiz #6 when it appears  the first Sunday in January.

The Questions

A. Which state capitol building was designed without a dome?

B. Which of the original 13 capitals have had the most capitols?

C. Name the state with the most capitals.

D. Name the state capitol building located in a park.

E. Where is the state capitol building that may have cost the most in its time?

F. Where is the capitol that President Roosevelt thought was most beautiful?

G. Which capitol building was destroyed during the Civil War?

H. Name the state using the oldest capitol building.

I. Which state capitol building was destroyed by fire in 1831?

J. Which state’s first capitol building had a belltower instead of a dome?

K. Name the state capitol that displays a prominent painting of George Washington.

L. In which state is there a capitol dome covered with copper installed by Paul Revere?

M. Which state spent the least amount of money building their capitol?

The Postcard History Quiz will be on hiatus until the first Sunday in January.

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If you have not yet accumulated five points, your points will carryover to the next round of Quizes when they resume on January 4, 2021.

Or, you can go back and complete any quiz you missed as long as you complete all entries before October 16.

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