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Radnor Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania: Quiz

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Question 1: 2.03% of the population were ________ or Latino of any race.
SpainHispanicHispanic and Latino AmericansLatin America

Question 2: The headquarters of ________ magazine and Airgas are located here.
Smithsonian (magazine)TV GuideSeventeen (magazine)Better Homes and Gardens (magazine)

Question 3: According to the ________, the township has a total area of 35.7 km² (13.8 mi²).
New EnglandMidwestern United StatesUnited States Census BureauSouthern United States

Question 4: Thus, Radnor is one of the towns associated with the local moniker "Main Line." A separate railroad passing through Radnor Township, the ________, was opened in the early twentieth century.
Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee RailroadPhiladelphia and Western RailroadNorristown High Speed LineSEPTA

Question 5: ________ is the sole public high school of the district.
AtlantaRadnor High SchoolRandal KleiserDavid Brooks (journalist)

Question 6: About 2.4% of families and 6.7% of the population were below the ________, including 2.9% of those under age 18 and 7.8% of those age 65 or over.
CanadaBasic needsPoverty thresholdBhutan

Question 7: Radnor Township was founded 1682 as a land grant from ________.
George FoxFriends meeting houseWilliam PennJohn Greenleaf Whittier

Question 8: The Columbia Railroad, later part of the ________ also passed through in 1832.
Pennsylvania RailroadReading CompanyCanadian Pacific RailwayAmtrak

Question 9: ________, the first toll road in the United States, connected the cities of Philadelphia and Lancaster, Pennsylvania, passing through Radnor Township, opened in 1794.
Pennsylvania TurnpikePennsylvania Route 23U.S. Route 322Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike

Question 10: As of the ________[3] of 2000, there were 30,878 people, 10,347 households, and 6,373 families residing in the township.
ItalyCensusSpainFrance







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