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Holyoke, Massachusetts: Quiz

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Question 1: Holyoke is a city in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States, on the banks of the ________.
Mississippi RiverHudson RiverConnecticut RiverDetroit River

Question 2: Mackenzie Stadium, home of the ________ of the New England Collegiate Baseball League
Holyoke Blue SoxNew Bedford Bay SoxNorth Shore NavigatorsNorth Adams SteepleCats

Question 3: It is part of the ________ Metropolitan Statistical Area.
West Springfield, MassachusettsWorcester, MassachusettsBostonSpringfield, Massachusetts

Question 4: Mark Wohlers (born 1970), a former MLB relief pitcher who won a World Series in 1995 with the ________, was born and raised in Holyoke, attending Holyoke High School.
Atlanta BravesJoe TorreBobby CoxChipper Jones

Question 5: The 110-mile (180 km) ________ traverses the Mount Tom Range and East Mountain.
Metacomet TrailMetacomet RidgeRobert Frost Trail (Massachusetts)Metacomet-Monadnock Trail

Question 6: David E. Sweet (1933–1984), founding president of Metropolitan State University and later president of ________, was born here.
Roger Williams UniversityRhode Island CollegeBryant UniversityBrown University

Question 7: About 22.6% of families and 26.4% of the population were below the ________, including 41.7% of those under age 18 and 13.2% of those age 65 or over.
CanadaBhutanBasic needsPoverty threshold

Question 8: Very shortly it became subject to rival claims on the part of New Netherlands, the ________ and Plymouth Colony.
Cambridge, MassachusettsBostonMassachusetts Bay ColonyGloucester, Massachusetts

Question 9: In the 1850s, mills began to recruit ________, who were viewed as more docile and less likely to form labor unions.
French CanadianAcadiansQuebecCanada

Question 10: As of the ________ of 2000, there were 39,838 people, 14,967 households, and 9,474 families residing in the city.
SpainItalyCensusFrance







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