1. What is your age? Under 18 Years Old 18 to 24 Years Old 25 to 30 Years Old 31 to 40 Years Old 41 to 50 Years Old 51 to 60 Years Old Over 60 Years Old 2. What is your gender? Male Female 3. Are your ancestors from Germany or Norway? yes no 4. In 1966 the Bulova Watch Company donated a clock to the International Peace Gardens. What is the face of the clock made out of? stained glass pewter chocolate flowers carved wood solid brass 5. How many feet in diameter is the Bulova clock? 4 9 18 26 32 12 6. You know what the term continental climate means. true false 7. In 1936 North Dakota hit both its all time high and all time low. What were these temperatures? (Fahrenheit) 67, 2 73, 17 82.7, -13 99.6, -74,2 121, -60 122. -80 8. The leader of what tribe surrendered at Fort Buford in 1881? Mandan Hunkpapa Sioux Crees Arikaras Teton Sioux Assiniboins 9. You have heard of an albino buffalo. true false 10. You have seen an albino buffalo.
true false 11. You have tried buffalo burgers at some point in your life. true false 12. You have tried buffalo jerky. true false 13. You have heard of a jackalope. true false 14. You actually believe that jackalopes exist. true false 15. You have visited or driven past a buffalo ranch. true false 16. You have eaten toasted soybeans as a snack. true false 17. When and where is Norsk Hostfest held? August, Mandan September, Williston October, Minot November, Fargo December, Grand Forks July, Bismark 18. Which vowel in "Norsk Hostfest" is not quite right due to this type? the first o the second o the e 19. You have eaten Knoephla soup, Kuchen, Fleishkuekle, lutefisk, lefse, Oof-Da tacos, viking on a stick, or/and Danish Aebelskivers. true false 20. What are the four biggest cities in North Dakota? Bismark, Devils Lake, Mandan, Wiliston Mandan, Bismark, Fargo, Minot Fargo, Devils Lake, Buffalo, Bismark Bottineau, Fargo, Mandan, Bismark Grand Forks, Fargo, Minot, Bismark Cartwright, Fargo, Bismark, Devils Lake 21. Sacagawea is pronounced Sakakawea. true false 22. The Native American woman who aided Lewis and Clark has been called Sacagawea, Sakakawea, and Sacajawea True False 23. Sakakawea is the name accepted by the Three Affiliated Tribes. It is also the name of the third largest man-made lake in the U.S. true false 24. You have visited Lake Sakakawea. true false 25. You have been to North Dakota's Badlands. true false the Badlands are in South Dakota you idiot 26. The Red River Valley is located where? north east south west 27. You attended an elementary school with not one but two ice-skating rinks. true false 28. In middle school you only joined pep club so that you could go on the ski-trip. true false 29. What are North Dakota's state bird, tree, flower, fish, fossil, and grass. Western Medowlark, American Elm, Wild Prarie Rose, Northern Pike, Teredo Petrified Wood, Western Wheatgrass Eastern Medowlark, American Oak, Wild Prarie Rose, Big Mouth Bass, Telo Petrified Wood, Crabgrass Long-necked Goose, American Maple, Goldenrod, Rainbow Pike, Teredo Petrified Wood, Wild Prarie Grass Western Medowlark, American Maple, Goldenrod, Northern Pike, Telo Petrified Wood, Wild Prarie Grass Hummingbird, American Oak, Wild Prarie Star, Rainbow Trout, Teredo Petrified Wood, Western Wheatgrass North-Central Sparrow, American Elm, Wild Violet, Rainbow Bass, Telo Petrified Wood, Wild Prarie Grass 30. What are North Dakota's state song, dance, fruit, march, and beverage? Our North Dakota, Prarie Cha-Cha, Elderberry, Flickertail March, Elderberry Wine Give Me North Dakota, Boxtrot, Strawberry, Flickertail March, Honey Tea North Dakota, North Dakota Hop, Northern Pear, Flickertail March, Orange Juice North Dakota Hymn, Square Dance, Chokecherry, Flickertail March, Milk North Dakota on My Mind, Winter Waltz, Tomato, Flickertail March, Water I Love North Dakota, Wild Rose Waltz, Crabapple, Flickertail March, Chokecherry Juice 31. Which of the following is not a nickname for North Dakota? Roughrider State Flickertail State The Blizzard State Peace Garden State all of the above are nicknames for North Dakota one of the above is not a nickname for North Dakota but should be 32. Which of the following is North Dakota's state horse? Dakota Horse Nakota Horse Buffalo Buffalo Horse Flickertail Horse Kakota Horse 33. Which of the following is not a North Dakota state motto? Liberty and Union Now and Forever One and Inseperable Strength from the Soil Our Land, Our Strength 34. People claim that in Texas some days are so hot that you can fry an egg on the sidewalk. What can you do in North Dakota? it gets so cold that you can make eggs explode by leaving them outside it gets so cold that you can throw hot coffee in the air and it will freeze before it hits the ground it gets so cold that you can get frostbite from leaving you hand resting on your window to long it gets so cold you consider moving to Alaska for the warmth it gets so cold that snow freezes into solid ice and you can make igloos in you back yard it gets so cold that you can pull icicles off the bottom of tailpipes 35. After a blizzard you once had a 10 ft tall snow drift in the backyard and the snow in the front yard was so shallow you could see the grass poking through. true false false, but I have witnessed similar phenomenon after blizzards 36. Which of the following does not border North Dakota? Manitoba Winnipeg Sasketchewan South Dakota Montana Minnesota 37. A pothole is... a bump in the road a type of wetland left by the glaciers 38. The western part of the state is notable for its abundance in... fossil fuels barley rolling hills lakes sloughs dairy farms 39. The geographic center of North America is located near which North Dakota city? Garrison Bismark Minot Rugby Bottineau Wiliston 40. Which of the following is not common in North Dakota? tornadoes earthquakes snow straight-line winds blizzards polar fronts 41. During a North Dakota blizzard there are times when the storm is so strong that you cannot see your hand in front of your face. true false The white, the white!! 42. Which of the following is not true? North Dakota has the most churches per capita and the highst percentage of religious people in the U.S. Over 90% of North Dakota's population is caucasion. The second largest group being Native American. There are more North Dakotans who speak German at home than Spanish by about 1%. Theodore Roosevelt said, "had it not been for the years spent in North Dakota and what I learned there, I would not have been president." Roger Maris was from Wiliston, ND. There once were three children in a wagon that got caught in a blizzard. The oldest froze to death keeping a blanket of the two youngest. After the blizzard they were discovered less than twenty feet from a farmhouse that the hadn't been able to see in