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led to wind gusts in excess of 100 mph across Great Appalachian Storm of November 1950 New York, New Jersey, and New England?
in 1920 the publishers of the
invented the fictional town of White Pine Series of Architectural Monographs , as the purported home for several early Stotham, Massachusetts New England structures?
created by Great Trail Native Americans connected the Great Lakes region of Canada to New England and the mid-Atlantic and laid the foundation for modern highways?
helped Maritime Fur Trade New England transform from an agrarian to an industrial society?
Atlantica trade bloc would economically tie New England in the U.S. to the Atlantic Provinces of Canada?
was the deadliest Wallingford Tornado of 1878 tornado in Connecticut history, and the second-deadliest to strike New England?
named Travel + Leisure ("way-squee") on Wasque Chappaquiddick the number one beach in New England?
lasted nine days and caused The Great Snow of 1717 snowdrifts more than 20 feet (6 m) high in New England, USA?
surveying errors in New England created areas known as , which are not part of any towns, have few or no inhabitants, and have no self-government?
populations of the butterfly are growing in Henry's Elfin New England due to the introduction of buckthorn, which the butterflies now use as a host plant?
is the largest independent, Eastern Bank mutually owned bank in New England, and the largest community bank in Massachusetts?
in Little Liberia Bridgeport, Connecticut, and in Hard Scrabble Providence, Rhode Island, were two urban New England neighborhoods created by free blacks in the early 19th century?
brought up to three feet of an unnamed hurricane in October, 1804 snow to parts of New England?
relies on help from inmates from 15 NEADS/Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans New England correctional facilities to train many of its assistance dogs?
"pumpkin sauce," or
mashed pumpkin (pictured), was served at inns in New England as early as 1704?
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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.
Question 2: What is the motto of Vermont?
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.
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 ________.
Question 6: ________: 589,141 (620,535) [39 ]
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