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Try your luck at this collection of historical, geographical, cultural, and sports trivia from the Bay State.
Among all 50 states, what unique designation does Massachusetts share with Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Virginia?
They are the only states to have at least four native-born citizens who became Presidents of the United States.
They are the only states defined in their constitutions as commonwealths.
They are the only states to have elected women to the U.S. Senate.
They were the first four of the original 13 states to ratify the Constitution of the United States.
At which Massachusetts facility was the birth control pill first developed?
Bay State Medical Center (Springfield)
Harvard Medical School (Boston)
Astra Pharmaceuticals (Westborough)
Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology (Shrewsbury)
Edward W. Brooke was Massachusetts' first black U.S. Senator, and the first popularly elected black Senator in the country. To which political party did he belong?
Which "beat generation" writer, whose works include "On the Road" and "Big Sur", hailed from Lowell, Massachusetts?
William S. Burroughs
Which of the following U. S. presidents was born in Massachusetts?
William Howard Taft
J. Calvin Coolidge
George H.W. Bush
Robert H. Goddard, a scientist born in Worcester, Massachusetts, is known as the father of what?
University of Massachusetts Medical School
the birth control pill
Worcester Regional Airport
Which one of the following Massachusetts cities and towns is not located in the county of the same name?
Which of the following famous advocates of women suffrage was NOT born in Massachusetts?
Susan B. Anthony
Carrie Chapman Catt
What is the highest peak in Massachusetts?
Saddle Back Mountain
Who was the first female Governor of Massachusetts?
Louise Day Hicks
Edith Nourse Rogers
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The Boston bridge pictured here is named jointly for civil rights activist Leonard Zakim and for the patriots who fought a famous June 1775 Revolutionary battle. The battle, fought at Breed's Hill, is considered the first serious defeat suffered by British forces. What is the name of the battle?
The Battle of Lexington Green
The Siege of Boston
The Battle of Bunker Hill
The Battle of Breed's Hill
Which town is located at the southwestern corner of Massachusetts?
What is the name of the highest court in Massachusetts?
Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts
Commonwealth Court of Appeals
Supreme Court of the Commonwealth
Massachusetts Supreme Court
Which one of the following distinctions does the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) hold?
most expensive subway fare in the United States
longest subway system in the world
deepest subway station in use in the world
oldest subway tunnel still in use in the United States
The so-called "afflicted children", whose actions gave rise to the infamous Salem Witch Trials lived in which modern-day Massachusetts town?
Which other state was originally a part of Massachusetts?
This river, the longest in New England, runs north-south through western Massachusetts.
What was the name of the New England Patriots from 1960 through 1970, when the team was part of the American Football League?
New England Minutemen
The Seven Sisters were a group of seven women's colleges in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and New York. Which of these Massachusetts women's colleges was not one of the Seven Sisters?
Regis College (Weston, MA)
Smith College (Northampton, MA)
Mount Holyoke College (South Hadley, MA)
Radcliffe College (Cambridge, MA)
Which of the following songs is not one of the official state songs of Massachusetts?
"All Hail to Massachusetts" by Arthur J. Marsh
"Massachusetts" by Arlo Guthrie
"Say Hello to Someone in Massachusetts" by Lenny Gomulka
"Massachusetts" by the Bee Gees
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