Pine Tree State
What is Maine's state nickname?
What is the capital of Maine?
potatoes, lobsters, blueberries
Name Maine's key products (3).
Maine was part of this New England state before becoming its own state.
This city in Maine is the easternmost city in the United States.
What is New Hampshire's state nickname?
What is the capital of New Hampshire?
dairy products, apples, maple syrup
Name New Hampshire's key products (3).
This state holds the first primary during the presidential elections. A primary is when the Republicans and Democrats vote on who their candidate for President or Senator or other offices will be.
This mountain in New Hampshire holds the record for the highest winds ever recorded on the earth.
Green Mountain State
What is Vermont's state nickname?
What is the capital of Vermont? This is the smallest state capital if measured by population.
granite, maple syrup
Name Vermont's key products (2).
Bay State, Old Colony
What are Massachusetts two state nicknames?
What is the capital of Massachusetts?
cranberries, clams, oysters, lobsters
Name Massachusetts key products (4).
In 1620, Pilgrims established a colony here in Massachusetts.
The oldest college in the United States was founded in 1636 in Massachusetts. Can you name it?
In 1775, the Revolutionary War began in this Massachusetts city.
Boston Tea Party
In 1775 citizens of Boston, who disguised themselves as Indians, raided three British ships in Boston harbor and dumped hundreds of chests of tea into the sea to protest against the British.
In 1775, British soldiers fired into a crowd of colonists in Boston who were teasing and taunting them. Five colonists were killed.
In 1692, this Massachusetts city is famous for holding witch trials and killing 19 citizens who were accused of witchcraft by a hysterical group of young girls.
Dating from 1634, this is the oldest public park in the United States.
Constitution State, Nutmeg State
What are Connecticut's two state nicknames?
What is the capital of Connecticut?
Name Connecticut's key products (2).
In 1614 the area around the Connecticut River which was later to become the state of Connecticut was claimed by what group of Europeans?
US Coast Guard Academy
This military academy can be found near New London in Connecticut.
This Connecticut city is famous for submarine construction.
Name the first nuclear-powered submarine. It was built in Connecticut.
This city is considered the insurance capital of the world.
Little Rhody, Ocean State
What are Rhode Island's two state nicknames?
What is the capital of Rhode Island?
Name Rhode Island's key products (2).
In 1636, this English clergyman and colonist was expelled from Massachusetts for speaking out against Puritan (they were the Pilgrims) injustices. So he founded Rhode Island and made it a place where the church and state were separate.
State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
What is the official name of the state of Rhode Island. It's really long!
This synagogue (Jewish church) in Newport, Rhode Island is the oldest in the nation.