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Delaware Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers

Fun free Delaware trivia quiz with answers.

 

Delaware Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers

Delaware got its name from Thomas West, 3rd Baron De La Warr, an English nobleman and Virginia's first what?
A: Colonial governor

Delaware provided one of the premier regiments to the Continental Army, and were known as the what?
A: Delaware Blues.

As of the 2010 census, Delaware is one of only five states that have no cities with a population over how many people?
A: 100,000.

Where does Delaware rank in size compared to the other states?
A: It's the second smallest.

How does Delaware rank as far as population density with the other states?
A: It's the sixth most densely populated.

In 1777, when John Dickinson, Delaware's largest slave owner, freed his slaves, how many did he have?
A: 37.

At what trading post were all the settlers killed in a dispute with area Indian tribes?
A: Zwaanendael.

 

Delaware is the only slave state that did not contribute any regiments or militia to the what?
A: Confederate army.

How many counties does Delaware have?
A: 3.

What are the names of the three counties in Delaware?
A: New Castle, Kent, and Sussex.

Delaware was originally inhabited by several groups of American Indians, including the Lenape in the north and what tribe in the south?
A: Nanticoke.

Delaware was first colonized by Dutch traders in 1631,at Zwaanendael, located near the present town of what?
A: Lewes.

One of the 13 colonies involved in the American Revolution, Delaware became the first state to what?
A: Ratify the Constitution.

Delaware ranges from 9 miles to 35 miles wide and is how long?
A: 96 miles.

 

How big in square miles is Delaware?
A: 1,954 square miles.

Where does Delaware rank in size compared to the rest of the US States?
A: The second-smallest.

What state borders Delaware to the north?
A: Pennsylvania.

Small parts of Delaware are on the eastern side of the Delaware River and thus share a border with what state?
A: New Jersey.

Situated on a level plain, Delaware has the lowest what of any state?
A: Mean elevation.

Where is Delaware's highest elevation?
A: Ebright Azimuth, near Concord High School.

What was Delaware's all time record high temperature, recorded at Millsboro on July 21, 1930?
A: 110 °F.

 

The all time record low temperature of −17 °F was recorded at Millsboro on what date?
A: January 17, 1893.

After the American Revolution, statesmen from Delaware were among the leading proponents of a strong what?
A: Central United States.

Most of the English colonists who arrived in Delaware, did so as indentured servants, and hired themselves out to pay for their what?
A: Passage.

At the end of the colonial period, the number of enslaved people in Delaware began to decline and local Methodists and Quakers encouraged slaveholders to do what?
A: Free their slaves.

What is the population density of Delaware?
A: 442.6 people per square mile.

In 2005,how much was the average weekly wage in Delaware?
A: $937.

How many of all U.S. publicly traded companies are incorporated in the state of Delaware?
A: More than 50%.

Delaware Bicycle Route 1, What type of route spans the north-south length of the state?
A: A bicycle route.

Approximately how many bridges does Delaware have?
A: About 1,450.

What are the names of the three ferries that operate in the state of Delaware?
A: Cape May-Lewes Ferry, Woodland Ferry, and Delaware City–Salem Ferry.