State Quiz - New Hampshire

Can you guess these facts about the U.S. state of New Hampshire?
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Last updated: September 10, 2020
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First submittedSeptember 5, 2019
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Capital city
Most populous city
Second largest city, home to a branch of the Dunder-Mifflin paper company
States that New Hampshire borders
Canadian province it borders
Every four years New Hampshire holds the nation's first Presidential _____
Of the 23 states that have a _______, New Hampshire's is the shortest
at just 13 miles
Largest land animal that lives in New Hampshire
State motto
Live Free or Die
State nickname (hint: a rock)
The Granite State
New Hampshire is the only state that doesn't require people to
wear one of these while driving
New Hampshire's only U.S. President - elected in 1852
Franklin Pierce
This city's metro area extends into southeastern New Hampshire
Branch of the Appalachian mountains that covers much of the state
White Mountains
Highest peak in the above - famous for its hurricane force winds
Mount Washington
Slang term for a person who comes to New England to ogle fall foliage
Leaf Peeper
Ivy League college located in Hanover
Landmark on Cannon Mountain that collapsed in 2003
Old Man of the Mountain
Level 83
Sep 16, 2019
Canadian province could be added as in other state quizzes.
Level 90
Jan 4, 2020
Part of me almost wanted their state motto to end in the word "hard."
Level 78
Jan 8, 2020
You can't get pulled over in North Dakota for not wearing a seat belt either.
Level 85
Sep 10, 2020
The difference is that in North Dakota, failure to wear a seat belt is a punishable *secondary* offense, meaning that you can get punished for seat belt violation if you were pulled over for a primary offense, like speeding.
Level 73
Jan 30, 2020
I think Bretton Woods deserves a spot in this quiz
Level 83
Sep 15, 2020
Agreed. A pretty big deal!

I'm surprised the mountain questions were the lowest scoring. Took my family out there a couple summers ago, saw the resort at Bretton Woods and went up the mountain. It was really windy, but a lovely time. I'd definitely go back.

Level 59
Jun 5, 2020
im from nh and ive never heard the phrase "leaf peeper" in my life
Level 75
Sep 10, 2020
That's because it isn't said. Real New Englanders say 'leaf peepah"
Level 59
May 31, 2023
it has been 3 years and this is no longer true btw
Level 92
Sep 10, 2020
I still can't get past putting Josiah Bartlett as the president from NH. He is why I know about Manchester and Leaf Peeping.
Level 87
Sep 11, 2020
When I saw the question about New Hampshire having the shortest something of all the states at 23 miles, I immediately thought: international border. Which I think is correct, although it is two words.
Level 75
Sep 11, 2020
Idaho has a shorter Canadian border than New Hampshire
Level 72
Sep 11, 2020
I don't think so... it looks like Idaho's is twice as long as NH's (using the Google Earth ruler), about 46 miles vs 23 or so.
Level 72
Feb 25, 2021
NH's border with Canada is about 50-60 miles
Level 85
Sep 11, 2020
I feel like I always try Franklin Pierce on old presidents questions and this is the first time it actually worked.
Level 72
Sep 11, 2020
I usually go for Millard Fillmore. Practically guaranteed not to work.
Level 85
Sep 12, 2020
And I always forget about him!
Level 52
Feb 25, 2021
New Hampshire - not as fun as Vermont, but better for you.
Level 64
Feb 25, 2021
I live in Boston and that was the only question I got wrong :|
Level 39
Nov 6, 2021
haha i'm born and raised in NH and been living in Boston for 10 years and i got it wrong! i never considered any part of NH "boston metro" so i CHALLENGE that question
Level 79
Feb 25, 2021
Limitless paper in a paperless world.
Level 50
Jul 14, 2021
Pardon me while I pick...

New Hampshire's seacoast is 18 1/2 miles long.

And we never called them leaf peepers when I lived there. They were just tourists.

Level 66
Sep 2, 2021
I tried get moving or die.
Level 65
May 6, 2022
Election should be accepted for Primary. Primary elections and general elections. Primary elections come first, therefore election is still correct.
Level 56
Aug 26, 2023
Bruh this quiz is too easy to guess. I only knew like 5 of the answers and then somehow managed to guess 12 more
Level 65
Mar 15, 2024
Doesn't hold the first recognized Democratic primary anymore...