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1. The "Oil Capital of the World" was a nickname attributed to which of these cities throughout much of the 20th century?
2. Which southwestern city, founded in 1879, was named after a nearby silver mining claim?
3. Florida State University and Florida A&M University are both located in which city?
4. Nicknamed the "City of Destiny", which city took its name from the former name for Mount Rainier?
5. Which city in Ohio is known as "The Glass City"?
6. In 1776, which of these cities was the site of George Washington's first major military victory?
7. Which city, on the banks of the Black Warrior River, was capital of Alabama from 1826 to 1846?
8. Sometimes known as "The Old Pueblo", which southwest city has tourist attractions that include the Museum of the Horse Soldier, and the Titan Missile Museum?
9. The Florida Aquarium, Busch Gardens Africa, and SS American Victory can all be found in which city?
10. Which city on the Kansas River has a name meaning "to dig good potatoes"?
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