1). What Michigan city greww from 3,589 to 45,615 residents from 1910 to 1920 making it the nation's fastest growing
city for that decade?
2). During the lumber boom era of the mid to late 1800's, what name was given to the infamous row of saloons along Bay
City's Water St,?
3). In 1936, what U.P. city processed over 100,000 square feet of birds eye maple to finish the interior of the luxury
liner the Queen Mary?
4). When the territory of Michigan was created on Jan. 11, 1805, what town was selected as it's capital?
5). Bloomfield Hills was first known by what name?
6). Where is the world's only marble lighthouse?
7). Utica was originally known by what name?
8). Approx. how many lakes are in the state of Michigan?
9). The home offices of Life Savers candy, Beech-Nut gum and Squirt soft drink are in which city?
10). What coastline has been given the name "Graveyard of the Great Lakes"?
11). Debuting in 1936 over WWJ in Detroit, what crime fighting adventure series used "Flight of the Bumblebee"
as it's theme song?
12). The Supremes were originally known by what name?
13). What Detroit-based male singing group was known as The Primes until 1960?
14). Under what name did Motown artist Stevie Wonder originally write "My Cherie Amour" in 1966?
15). In 1870, Detroit telephone customers became the first in the nation to have what type of reference
information assigned to them?
16). On Feb. 4, 1902, what internationally famous aviation pioneer was born in Detroit?
17). On what date did the star & stripes first fly over Michigan soil?
18). What ambitious automotive pioneer organized General Motors Company in Sept. of 1908?
19). What annual license fee (how much) was charged to Michigan auto owners in 1905 to operate their vehicles?
20). In what year was the first policewoman appointed in Detroit?
21). What was the world's first urban freeway, completed in 1942?
22). In 1879, what amount was paid to the Campau family by the city of Detroit for Belle Isle?
23). In 1866, what Detroit pharmacist introduced the world's first carbonated soft drink?
24). At what Detroit intersection was the world's first traffic light installed in 1915?
25). Who in 1688 founded the first permanent settlement in what later became the state of Michigan?
26). In 1954 the world's first shopping mall opened in what Detroit suburb?
27). What safety and traffic flow feature was first introduced near Trenton in 1911?
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28). Where does Michigan rank internationally in the production of dogsleds?
29). What is the nation's largest indoor/outdoor museum complex?
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30). Compared to Chicago, "The Windy City," how does Detroit rank in average wind velocity?
31). Arnold F. Willot, born in Detroit in 1886, revolutionized the cosmetology industry by developing what
32). The Michigan State capitol building is constructed of what material?
33). What is Michigan's largest fresh-market vegetable crop?
34). Opened in 1904, what is the oldest freshwater aquarium in the nation?
35). What revolutionary dental tool was patented by G.F. Green of Kalamazoo in 1875?