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Question 1: In northern New Jersey, the portion of the Great Trail much-used by the ________ included choice places to cross the Passaic River and to pass through the valleys among the Watchung Mountains.
New YorkNew NetherlandLenapePennsylvania

Question 2: The Great Trail system connected with the Overland Trail, which led west, as well as other trails to other parts of the ________.
EuropeNorth AmericaContinentAsia

Question 3: One part of the Great Trail system stretched from Passamaquoddy territory in northernmost New England through the Lakes Region of New Hampshire and down to the Shawmut Peninsula in ________.
MaineMassachusettsRhode IslandConnecticut

Question 4: ________ corresponds to a branch of the trail in this area.
Garden State ParkwayInterstate 280 (New Jersey)New Jersey Route 24Interstate 287

Question 5: A more southern part of the Great Trail system went from ________ across Pennsylvania to Oldtown, Maryland, and then to the Ohio River below Pittsburgh.
New JerseyDelawareAlabamaConnecticut

Question 6: As the Dutch advanced beyond the proximity of the ________, the new settlers found these paths crucial to their movement.
New YorkHudson RiverManhattanNew York City

Question 7: Many major highways in the ________ follow the routes set down centuries ago by Native Americans moving along these trails
Northeastern United StatesSouthern United StatesNew EnglandMidwestern United States

Question 8: It connected the Great Lakes region of ________ to New England and the mid-Atlantic.
BarbadosUnited StatesUnited KingdomCanada

Question 9: From here, the Great Trail system connected all parts of the territories in which members of the ________ dwelled.
Mohawk nationIroquoisSeneca nationFrench and Indian War

Question 10: From there it stretched down to the region of the Wampanoag of ________, and over to the territory of the Nipmuck and other tribes around Lake Chaubunagungamaug before connecting to Connecticut and points farther south.
Falmouth, MassachusettsBourne, MassachusettsBarnstable, MassachusettsCape Cod


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