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Can you pick the historical figure these U.S. cities are proud of?

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The pride of Tulsa, Oklahoma, this singer is known for 'If Tomorrow Never Comes' and 'Friends in Low Places.'
The pride of Skokie, Illinois, this athlete won the gold medal in men's parallel bars at the '84 Olympics.
The pride of Delaware, Ohio, this man is only one to have attained his office by way of a Congressional commission.
The pride of Schenectady, New York, this man was Thomas Edison's electric rival.
The pride of Boise, Idaho, this singer had the huge hits 'Kicks' and 'Indian Reservation' with his band 'The Raiders.'
The pride of Green Bay, Wisconsin, this actor had huge hits with Wings and Monk.
The pride of Hannibal, Missouri, this writer gave us Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn.
The pride of Floral Park, New York, this composer gave us 'The Raiders March', 'Hedwig's Theme' and 'The Asteroid Field'.
The pride of Long Beach, Indiana, this man is the current Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court.
The pride of Portland, Maine this man is known for 'Carrie', 'The Stand' and 'Cujo' among other works.
The pride of Fort Myers, Florida, he is the only man to play in both a Super Bowl and a World Series.
The pride of Louisville, Kentucky, he took the heavyweight title from Sonny Liston.
The pride of Biloxi, Mississippi, he was the only President of the CSA.
The pride of Fairmont, West Virginia, she was the first American woman to win the all-around gold in Olympic gymnastics.
The pride of Topeka, Kansas, this actress is best known for her roles in Regarding Henry, The Grifters and Bugsy.
The pride of Butte, Montana, he jumped the Grand Canyon, but didn't quite make the Snake River.
The pride of Gary, Indiana, he was 'Bad' until he 'Beat It.'
The pride of Flagstaff, Arizona, he played a bartender and a doctor and now he's a forensics expert.
The pride of Shreveport, Louisiana, he won an Oscar for 'Dallas Buyer's Club'.
The pride of Fargo, North Dakota, he held the MLB single-season record for home runs from 1961-1998.

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