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History of New Hampshire: Quiz

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Question 1: Abolitionists from Dartmouth College founded the experimental, interracial Noyes Academy in ________ in 1835.
Ashland, New HampshireOrford, New HampshireDorchester, New HampshireCanaan, New Hampshire

Question 2: The post-World War II decades have seen New Hampshire increase its economic and cultural links with the greater ________ region.
AtlantaPhoenix, ArizonaDenverBoston

Question 3: The postwar years saw the rise of New Hampshire's political primary for ________, which as the first primary in the quadrennial campaign season draws enormous attention.
President of the United StatesUnited States NavyUnited States Marine CorpsMilitary history of the United States

Question 4: In 1623 the English explorer ________, an associate of Gorges and a member of the Council for New England, wrote of visiting Thomson at his Pannaway Plantation.
Christopher LevettPlymouth ColonyMassachusetts Bay ColonyPortland, Maine

Question 5: New Hampshire would raise three regiments for the ________, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd New Hampshire regiments.
United States Army RangersUnited States Army EuropeUnited States ArmyContinental Army

Question 6: New Hampshire was one of the Thirteen Colonies that revolted against British rule in the ________.
United StatesMassachusettsAmerican RevolutionUnited States Constitution

Question 7: New Hampshire is a state of the United States of America located in the ________ region in the Northeast.
Midwestern United StatesSouthern United StatesWestern United StatesNew England

Question 8: The colony was named New Hampshire after the English county of ________.
DorsetHampshireSomersetSouthampton







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