Welsh Influence on the United States

Answer these questions about the influence that Wales and Welsh people, have had on the USA. Source: wikipedia
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The state with the highest proportion of the population, with a name of Welsh origin.
South Carolina (9.5%)
In the late 17th century, there was a large emigration of Welsh Quakers to this state.
Pennsylvania
In the early 19th century, this area of Ohio was nicknamed "little Wales".
Jackson County
These brothers co-founded the Knoxville Iron Works beside the L&N Railroad, later to be used as the site for the World's Fair 1982.
Joseph and David Richards
This non-denominational church founded in 1997, still performs across the United States with a choir singing in both Welsh and English.
Cor Cymraeg De Califfornia / Welsh Choir of Southern California
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The Madog Center for Welsh Studies, is located at this university in Ohio.
University of Rio Grande
What is the name of an expatriate Welsh group, formed in Chicago in 1999?
Chicago Tafia Welsh Society
What was the name of a Welsh colony, established by Morgan John Rhys in Pennsylvania in the late 18th century?
Cambria
A story popularized in the 16th century, claimed that the first European to see America was a Welsh prince named.....what?
Madoc
This former President of the United States (1735–1826), traced his ancestry to Pembroke, Pembrokeshire.
John Adams
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