Are you a true New Englander?

Can you brave Nor'easters and black flies? Have you ridden on the "T" or the "Cross Sound Ferry"? See if you have what it takes to be considered a "True New Englander".

This test was created to test your knowledge about the region. Whether you were born in New England or transplanted there, take this test to see if you have earned the title "True New Englander"

Created by: NH girl
  1. What is the capital of Massachusetts?
  2. What is the mountain range in New Hampshire called?
  3. What are the New England states?
  4. What is a bubbler?
  5. Which is the only New England state that does not have direct access to the ocean?
  6. What is a grinder?
  7. New England was the major site of the Industrial Revolution in America. What was the commodity?
  8. What city is Harvard University located in?
  9. In what year did the Pilgrims settle in Plymouth?
  10. What is the name of the mass transport system in Boston?
  11. A major project was recently completed in Boston that put the interstate underground. What was this project referred to?
  12. Where do the two year round ferries between Connecticut and Long Island, NY, leave from?
  13. I-95 runs through all the New England states except:
  14. Which state is known as the Pine Tree state?
  15. Rhode Island is the smallest state in area. What is its width and length?
  16. What is the correct spelling of the largest lake in New Hampshire?
  17. Fifty percent of Vermont's western border is made up of what lake?
  18. The only state in the US that does not require seatbelt usage by adults is:
  19. Vermont is the leading producer in the United States of which food product?
  20. A "Southie" is:
  21. Do you add an "r" to words that do not have one, and leave the "r" out of words that do?
  22. Some New Hampshire drivers refer to Massachusetts drivers as:
  23. The minimum acceptable speed (not necessarily legal!) of a high speed lane of an interstate highway is:
  24. New Hampshire and Massachusetts have a long standing rivalry. What do the residents call each other's states?
  25. What was the first of the thirteen original colonies to declare independence from British rule and the last to ratify the United States Constitution?

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