Vermont

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The State Capital of Vermont is ...
Rutland
Burlington
Montpelier
Bradford
The population of Vermont is ...
380,000
480,000
580,000
680,000
Bordering states are?
New Hampshire and New York, with Canada to the north
New Jersey and New York, with Mexico to the south
New Mexico and New Jersey, with Mexico to the east
New Mexico and New York, with Mexico to the west
The state name originated from?
The French words meaning "Brown Mountains"
The French words meaning "Blue Mountains"
The French words meaning "Green Mountains"
The French words meaning "Black Mountains"
This state entered the union as the __ state?
15th
16th
13th
14th
A geographic landmark of Vermont is?
The Grey Mountains
The White Mountains
The Green Mountains
The Pink Mountains
A significant historic event was?
First explored by the French in 1609
First explored by the French in 1709
First explored by the French in 1809
First explored by the French in 1909
The state nickname is?
The Old North State
The Volunteer State
The Green Mountain State
The Empire State
The state entered the union on which date?
May 4, 1791
February 4, 1791
March 4, 1791
April 4, 1791
Which of the following statements is true?
State Capital named after Montpellier, Australia
State Capital named after Montpellier, England
State Capital named after Montpellier, France
State Capital named after Montpellier, India

 

 
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