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Lebanon, New Hampshire: Quiz


Question 1: Lebanon is located in western New Hampshire, south of Hanover, near the ________.
Connecticut RiverHudson RiverDetroit RiverMississippi River

Question 2: It is the home to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Dartmouth Medical School, together comprising the largest medical facility between ________ and Burlington, Vermont.
Phoenix, ArizonaDenverAtlantaBoston

Question 3: Novell and ________ also have major facilities here, as does Merck, a result of their purchasing the Lebanon-based biotechnology company Glycofi.
Microsoft WindowsMicrosoft OfficeMicrosoftInternet Explorer

Question 4: In the mid-1800s, this district attracted many French workers from Canada's ________ province.
AlbertaOntarioQuebecNew France

Question 5: In 1991, the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, along with most departments of ________, moved from Hanover to a new campus just south of the Lebanon-Hanover town line.
Dartmouth Medical SchoolDartmouth College Greek organizationsDartmouth Big GreenDartmouth College

Question 6: Lebanon has undertaken improvements to its recreational facilities, including miles of ________ trails, a municipal ski area, a swimming pool and several sports fields.
CampingBackpacking (wilderness)MountaineeringHiking

Question 7: It was named for Lebanon, Connecticut, from which many early settlers had come, including the Reverend Eleazar Wheelock, founder of ________.
Brown UniversityDartmouth CollegeDartmouth Big GreenHarvard University

Question 8: Lebanon (locally /ˈlɛbənən/) is a city in Grafton County, ________, United States.
New HampshireConcord, New HampshireMassachusettsManchester, New Hampshire

Question 9: Industries included, at various times, furniture mills, a tannery, several machine shops, a woolen ________ mill and a clothing factory.
TextileTextile printingSilkWeaving

Question 10: Reconstruction resulted in a controversial ________ project featuring a closed-off district, called The Mall, built to replace the destroyed Hanover Street area.
New York CityLos AngelesNew townUrban renewal


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