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Freeport, Maine: Quiz


Question 1: Known for its numerous outlet stores, Freeport is home to ________, Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park, and the Desert of Maine.
L.L.BeanColumbia SportswearLacosteEddie Bauer

Question 2: About 4.0% of families and 5.9% of the population were below the ________, including 7.0% of those under age 18 and 10.4% of those age 65 or over.
Poverty thresholdCanadaBasic needsBhutan

Question 3: Porter's Landing was involved in ________, important in Freeport following the Revolutionary War.
Song DynastyHan DynastyShipbuildingAncient Egypt

Question 4: [1] Freeport developed as four villages‚ÄĒMast Landing, Porter's Landing, South Freeport and Freeport Corner‚ÄĒall of which are now part of the National Register Harraseeket ________.
Contributing propertyCentral Park West Historic DistrictHistoric preservationHistoric district (United States)

Question 5: In 1982, McDonald's made plans to tear down an 1850s ________ house to build one of its standard stores.
Neoclassical architectureEgyptian Revival architectureGothic Revival architectureGreek Revival architecture

Question 6: As of the ________[4] of 2000, there were 7,800 people, 3,065 households, and 2,151 families residing in the town.

Question 7: In 1903, the Casco Castle and ________ was built here by Amos Gerald to encourage travel by trolley cars, although the hotel would burn in 1914.
PennsylvaniaAmusement parkLog flume (attraction)Shoot-the-Chutes

Question 8: The estuary was ________ to provide water power for a gristmill, sawmill and fulling mill, with modest manufacturing and woodworking.
Water turbineDamHydropowerHydroelectricity

Question 9: Mallet established here a sawmill, brickyard, ________ quarry and large shoe factory.
BasaltGraniteFelsicIgneous rock

Question 10: South Freeport, the largest of the waterfront villages, once had four ________.
United StatesUnited KingdomShipyardLondon


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