New England: Quiz


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Question 1: Massachusetts and Connecticut were among the last refuges of the ________, and, when the Second Party System began in the 1830s, New England became the strongest bastion of the new Whig Party.
Republican Party (United States)Democratic-Republican PartyDemocratic Party (United States)Federalist Party

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Question 3:
Who was Massachusetts succeeded by?

Question 4: The first textile mill in the United States was built in 1787 at ________ by entrepreneur John Cabot.
Lynn, MassachusettsBeverly, MassachusettsSalem, MassachusettsGloucester, Massachusetts

Question 5: Pulitzer Prize winning novelist and short story writer Steven Millhauser, who was born in New York City and short story Eisenheim the Illusionist was adapted into the 2006 film was raised in ________.
Rhode IslandConnecticutMassachusettsMaine

Question 6: ________: 589,141[39] (620,535)
DenverBostonAtlantaPhoenix, Arizona

Question 7: ________ grew up in Newburyport, Massachusetts.
Harvard UniversityThe AtlanticJohn P. MarquandBoston

Question 8: On April 10, 1606, King ________ issued two charters, one each for the Virginia Companies, of London and Plymouth, respectively.
Charles I of EnglandCharles II of EnglandJames II of EnglandJames I of England

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  The naval Red Ensign of the former Kingdom of England from which the flags of New England are derived.[3]
  An early flag of the Massachusetts Bay Colony with the St George's cross of England removed.[4]
  Vermont Maple Syrup.
  Boston is considered to be the cultural and historical capital of New England.[35]

Question 10: ________, iconic New England writer and philosopher, made the case for civil disobedience and individualism, and has been adopted by the anarchist tradition.
AnarchismIndividualist anarchismNoam ChomskyHenry David Thoreau

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