Canoe: Quiz


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Question 1: Canoes stored at Lake Harriet ________
Hennepin County, MinnesotaSaint Paul, MinnesotaMinneapolisMinneapolis – Saint Paul

Question 2: Many ________ built canoes of tree bark, sewn with tree roots and sealed with resin.
Classification of indigenous peoples of the AmericasPre-Columbian eraModels of migration to the New WorldIndigenous peoples of the Americas

Question 3: ________ is a cheaper and heavier material used for synthetic canoe construction with the benefit of superior abrasion resistance, primarily found in whitewater canoes.
Ultra high molecular weight polyethyleneNylonPolyesterPolyethylene

Question 4: Don Starkell - paddled a distance of 12,181 miles (19,603 km) from ________ to Belém, Brazil

Question 5: A canoe (North American English) or Canadian canoe (________) is a small narrow boat, typically human-powered, though it may also be powered by sails or small electric or gas motors.
English languageNew Zealand EnglishBritish EnglishCanadian English

Question 6: For example, the occupants need to keep their ________ as low as possible.
Vehicle dynamicsCenter of massTireCar handling

Question 7: York boat - the canoes counterpart/competitor in the Canadian ________.
Fur tradeLouisiana (New France)New FranceAcadia

Question 8: Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene or ABS , trademarked as "Royalex," is another synthetic ________ that makes an extremely flexible and durable hull.
Carbon fiber-reinforced polymerFiber reinforced concretePolyesterComposite material

Question 9: Samuel de Champlain - the first European to explore Canada's interior, canoeing as far as the ________ in 1615
Simcoe County, OntarioGeorgian BayOntarioManitoulin Island

Question 10: The Survival of the Bark Canoe ISBN 0-374-27207-7, by ________
David RemnickThe New YorkerHunter S. ThompsonJohn McPhee

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