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South Portland, Maine: Quiz


Question 1: As of the ________[8] of 2000, there were 23,324 people, 10,047 households, and 6,038 families residing in the city.

Question 2: These shipyards built 236 of the 440 foot (134 m) long ________, more than 10 percent of all the Liberty ships constructed during the war years.
Victory shipKaiser ShipyardsT2 tankerLiberty ship

Question 3: The city is also home to a manufacturing facility and world headquarters for the technology company ________.
Intel CorporationShockley Semiconductor LaboratoryFairchild SemiconductorSilicon Valley

Question 4: South Portland also boasts institutions of higher learning such as Andover College, Husson University-South Portland Campus, New England Bible College, and ________.
Central Maine Community CollegeSouthern Maine Community CollegeNorthern Maine Community CollegeUnity College (Maine)

Question 5: Rigby Yard, the largest railroad yard in New England, built by Portland Terminal Company in 1922, is still in operation to this day and is part of the ________ system.
Delaware and Hudson RailwayBangor and Aroostook RailroadPan Am RailwaysMontreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway

Question 6: South Portland is a city in Cumberland County, ________, United States, and is the fourth-largest city in the state.
New HampshireConnecticutMaineMassachusetts

Question 7: The main runway of Maine's largest airport, the ________, is located within the city of South Portland.
American AirlinesLaGuardia AirportDelta Air LinesPortland International Jetport

Question 8: It was in operation during several American conflicts, including the ________, World War I, and World War II.
TennesseeUnion (American Civil War)Bleeding KansasAmerican Civil War

Question 9: The city also has a local access television station, SPC-TV which is sponsored by the city and is broadcast on ________'s channel 2.
Cox CommunicationsFairPoint CommunicationsComcastTime Warner Cable

Question 10: On March 15, 1895, it was incorporated as a town after it broke away from ________, based on a disagreement on a future source of public drinking water.
Cape Elizabeth, MaineFreeport, MaineGorham, MaineFalmouth, Maine

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