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1. Harvard University is one of many colleges and universities in the Boston area. Which of the following universities is not in the Boston area?
2. New York, NY, is well-known for its five boroughs. Which is not one of the five boroughs?
3. Philadelphia, PA, has a strong connection with the Revolutionary/Founding Era in United States history. Which 18th century building is not located in Philadelphia?
4. The Great Lakes Exhibition was held in Cleveland, OH, in 1936 and 1937. On the shores of which of the Great Lakes does Cleveland lie?
5. Richmond, VA, lies inland from the coast and has a major Virginia river flowing through it. Which river flows through Richmond?
6. A climactic scene in "Gone With the Wind" is the burning of Atlanta, GA. During which war was Atlanta placed under siege by General William Sherman?
7. Chicago, IL, is known for its wind and many tall buildings. Which Chicago structure is generally considered the first skyscraper?
8. St. Louis, MO, known as the "Gateway to the West", has a proud sporting tradition. Which sporting event--featuring Washington University's Francis Field--was hosted by St. Louis in 1904?
9. Minneapolis, MN, is known for its cold winters. Which degree of latitude lies closest to Minneapolis?
10. Kansas City, MO, is one of the regional headquarters cities for the Federal Reserve system. At the confluence of which two rivers does Kansas City lie?
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