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Question 1: Fort Orange was an entrepôt for ________ pelts and other goods.
European BeaverNorth American BeaverBeaverGerman language

Question 2: When the stockade was rebuilt on State Street hill in ________, it was renamed Fort Frederick.
167516741676April 5

Question 3: ________
List of National Historic Landmarks in New York CityList of National Historic Landmarks in New YorkNational Register of Historic Places listings in New YorkManhattan

Question 4: Dutch Colonization as part of the National Park Service Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary for ________
Ulster County, New YorkKingston, New YorkBeacon, New YorkNewburgh (city), New York

Question 5: Fort Orange at the Colonial Albany Social History Project of the ________
New York State MuseumPaleontologyAlbany, New YorkNew York City

Question 6: ________
Cohoes Music HallNational Register of Historic Places listings in Albany County, New YorkNational Register of Historic Places listings in Rensselaer County, New YorkDowntown Cohoes Historic District

Question 7: It became the company's official outpost in the upper ________, similar to the company's many other headquarters throughout their worldwide trading empire.
Champlain ValleyHudson ValleyRidge-and-Valley AppalachiansAdirondack Mountains

Question 8: Fort Orange (Dutch: Fort Oranje) was the first permanent Dutch settlement in ________ and was on the site of the present-day city of Albany.
New NetherlanderNew AmsterdamNew Netherland settlementsNew Netherland

Question 9: Fort Orange, 1635 (painting) - a visualization by artist Leonard Tantillo, at the ________, University Art Museum, site
Stony Brook UniversityBinghamton UniversityUniversity at Albany, SUNYGenesee Community College

Question 10: Both forts were named in honor of the Dutch ________.
House of BourbonHouse of Orange-NassauHouse of NassauHohenzollern-Sigmaringen







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