New Hampshire

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The State Capital of New Hampshire is ...
Nashua
Portsmouth
Concord
Missoula
The population of New Hampshire is ...
1,173,000
2,137,000
1,137,000
2,173,000
Bordering states are?
Maine, Massachusetts and Vermont, with Canada to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the east
Maine, New York, Vermont, and Canada
Maine, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, and Canada
Maine, California, Vermont, and Canada
The state name originated from?
A County of Hampshire in Canada
A County of Hampshire in India
A County of Hampshire in England
A County of Hampshire in France
This state entered the union as the __ state?
7th
8th
6th
9th
A geographic landmark of New Hampshire is?
Leaves changing colors in the summer
Leaves changing colors in the spring
Leaves changing colors in the fall
Leaves changing colors in the winter
A significant historic event was?
First settled by the English in 1623
First settled by the Spanish in 1623
First settled by the English in 1633
First settled by the Spanish in 1633
The state nickname is?
The Silver State
The Golden State
The Granite State
The Cotton State
The state entered the union on which date?
June 21, 1798
July 21, 1788
June 21, 1788
July 21, 1798
Which of the following statements is true?
White Mountain National Forest is not in New Hampshire
Red Mountain National Forest is in New Hampshire
White Mountain National Forest is in New Hampshire
Black Mountain National Forest is in New Hampshire
 
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