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Test your knowledge of New Jersey. Take this simple quiz and find out if you've got what it takes to stand up for the 3rd state to ratify the Constitution and join the union. Select an answer for each of the following ten questions and then click on the "How did I do?" button at the bottom of the page. All of the answers can be found here at NETSTATE New Jersey.

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  1) What is the official state insect of New Jersey?
  a. Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus)
b.  Honeybee (Apis mellifera)
c.  Ladybug (Coccinella novemnotata)
 
2) What is the highest point in New Jersey?
  a.  Mount Frissell (2,453 feet)
b.  Campbell Hill (1,549 feet)
c.  High Point (1,803 feet)
 
3) What is the capital city of New Jersey?
  a.  Jersey City
b.  Trenton
c.  Princeton
 
4) The field of the New Jersey State flag is buff colored. Who decided on this color?
  a.  Continental War Officers
b.  Molly Pitcher
c.  Aaron Burr
 
5) On who's 1851 painting, Washington Crossing the Delaware, is the design of the New Jersey state quarter based?
a.  Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze
b.  Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
c.  John La Farge
 
6) What United States President was born in Caldwell, New Jersey?
a.  John Adams
b.  Grover Cleveland
c.  Franklin Pierce
 
7) What state borders New Jersey on the north?
  a.  New York
b.  Delaware
c.  Maryland
 
8) Who was one of the two men who received a royal charter for the colony of New Jersey?
  a.  William Penn
b.  Adrian Block
c.  Sir George Carteret
 
9) In what year did New Jersey ratify the U.S. Constitution?
  a.  1776
b.  1789
c.  1787
 
10)  New Jersey is the 4th smallest state in area. Which of these states is larger than New Jersey?
  a.  Connecticut
b.  New Hampshire
c.  Rhode Island
 
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