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Oklahoma state's present constitution was adopted in which year ?

1908
1909
1907
1904


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What is the motto of US state of oklahoma ?

Nil sine numine
Labor omnia vincit
Ad astra per aspera
Dirigo


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Which is the state bird of US state of oklahoma?

Eastern goldfinch
Scissor-tailed flycatcher
Common loon
Baltimore Oriole


The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher is a long-tailed insectivorous bird of the genus Tyrannus. Adult birds have pale gray heads and upper parts, light underparts, salmon-pink flanks, and dark gray wings. They build a cup nest in isolated trees or shrubs, sometimes using artificial sites such as telephone poles near towns.

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Which is the state beverage of US state of oklahoma ?

Milk
Cranberry juice
Apple cider
Tomato juice


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Which is the state reptile of US state of oklahoma ?

Northern black racer
Collared lizard
Desert tortoise
Garter snake


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Which is the state grass of US state of oklahoma ?

Bluebunch wheatgrass
Little bluestem
Indian Grass
Purple Needlegrass


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Which is the state fish of US state of oklahoma ?

Northern pike
Brook trout
Channel catfish
White bass


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Which is the state butterfly of US state of oklahoma ?

Zebra Swallowtail
Two-tailed Swallowtail
Diana Fritillary
Black Swallowtail


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Which was the first city in the state with electricity in Oklahoma ?

Owasso
Oklahoma City
Midwest City
Vinita


Vinita was established in 1871 by Elias Cornelius Boudinot. The city was first named Downingville, and was a primarily Native American community. It was later renamed Vinita after Boudinot's friend, sculptor Vinnie Ream.

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Which was the only city in the United States to be bombed during World War II ?

Boise City
Midwest City
Owasso
Moore


Boise City was the location of an unusual event during World War II when it was mistakenly bombed by a friendly U.S. bomber crew during training. The bombing occurred on July 5, 1943, at approximately 12:30 a.m. by a B‑17 Flying Fortress Bomber. This occurred because pilots performing target practice became disoriented and mistook the lights around the town square as their target. No one was killed in the attack (only practice bombs were used and the square was deserted at the time), but the pilots were embarrassed.

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