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What do you know about New Hampshire?

Test your knowledge of New Hampshire. Take this quiz and find out if you've got what it takes to stand up for the 9th state to ratify the United States Constitution.

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1) What is the highest point in New Hampshire?

a. Mount Washington (6,288 feet)

b. Mount Adams (5,774 feet)

c. Borah Peak (12,662 feet)

2) Who received the land grant that established New Hampshire in 1629?

a. John Parker Hale

b. Lewis Cass

c. John Mason

3) What is the official state flower of New Hampshire?

a. Native Violet (Violaceae)

b. Purple Lilac (Syringa vulgaris)

c. Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia)

4) What state lies to the west of New Hampshire?

a. Maine

b. Massachusetts

c. Vermont

5) What is the capital city of New Hampshire?

a. Portsmouth

b. Concord

c. Manchester

6) There is a ship depicted on the New Hampshire State flag. What industry does this ship represent?

a. Ship building

b. Whaling

c. Foreign trade

7) Which of these is a nickname for New Hampshire?

a. The Garden State

b. The Granite State

c. The Old North State

8) New Hampshire has 10 official songs. Which was adopted first?

a. "The Old Man of the Mountain" by Paul Belanger

b. "New Hampshire's Granite State" by Anne B. Currier

c. "Old New Hampshire" by Dr. John F. Holmes and Maurice Hoffmann

9) What United States President was born in New Hampshire?

a. Martin Van Buren

b. Franklin Pierce

c. Grover Cleveland

10) What is the motto of New Hampshire?

a. Live free or die

b. All for our country

c. Equality before the law

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