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  1) What is the motto of Connecticut?
  a. He who transplanted still sustains
b.  Liberty and independence
c.  Wisdom, justice and moderation
 
2) What is the capital city of Connecticut?
  a.  Stamford
b.  Hartford
c.  New Haven
 
3) What is the official state insect of Connecticut?
  a.  Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexipuss)
b.  Praying Mantis (Mantis religiosa)
c.  Honeybee (Apis mellifica)
 
4) In what land region is the highest point in Connecticut?
  a.  The Western New England Upland
b.  The Eastern New England Upland
c.  The Taconic Section
 
5) What famous inventor was born in Hartford in 1814?
a.  Samual Colt
b.  Orville Wright
c.  Elias Howe
 
6) Which of these is the official nickname for Connecticut?
a.  The Brownstone State
b.  The Nutmeg State
c.  The Constitution State
 
7) What Dutch explorer discovered the Connecticut River?
  a.  Adriaen Block
b.  Henry Hudson
c.  Peter Stuyvesant
 
8) When was the current Connecticut State flag made official by the Connecticut General Assembly?
  a.  1895
b.  1828
c.  1897
 
9) On whose property was the Connecticut Charter Oak located?
  a.  Captain Joseph Wadsworth's
b.  Samuel Wylly's
c.  Ethan Allen's
 
10)  What is the highest point in Connecticut?
  a.  The south slope of Mount Frissell (2,380 feet)
b.  Mount Greylock (3,487 feet)
c.  Jerimoth Hill (812 feet)
 
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