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VideoVideo (03:32): Episode 2 of Fact Frenzy: Test your knowledge of the Minnesota State Fair.

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Fact Frenzy, Minnesota State Fair Edition

1. In what year was the first State Fair held?
1854
1876
1859 (CORRECT)
1902


2. Where was the first State Fair held?
Duluth
Minneapolis (CORRECT)
St. Paul
Falcon Heights


3. What is NOT one of the reasons the fair has been canceled in the past?
Civil War
Smallpox epidemic (CORRECT)
U.S.-Dakota War
Scheduling conflict with Chicago World’s Fair


4. Which of these State Fair food vendors has been around the longest?
Tom Thumb Donuts
Dairy Goodness Bar
The Corn Roast
Hamline Church Dining Hall (CORRECT)


5. The likeness of Princess Kay of the Milky Way is carved out of a block of butter that weighs roughly how much?
120 lbs
40 lbs
60 lbs
90 lbs (CORRECT)


6. Who broke the all-time record for the most tickets sold to a single Grandstand show?
Alabama
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Christina Aguilera (CORRECT)
Taylor Swift