State of Vermont Trivia Quiz With Answers

 

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Where does the state of Vermont rank in so far as size in area with the rest of the states?
A: It is the 6th smallest.

What is the Vermont State warm water fish?
A:  Walleye Pike.

 Of the 50 United States, where does Vermont rank for population?
A:  It's the 2nd least populous state.

Vermont is the only New England state that does not border what?
A: The Atlantic Ocean.

What is the Vermont State butterfly?
A: Monarch Butterfly.

How much of Vermont's western border is formed by Lake Champlain?
A: 50%.

Vermont is bordered by what State to the south?
A: Massachusetts.

What U.S. State borders Vermont to the east across the Connecticut River?
A: New Hampshire.

Vermont borders what state to the west?
A: New York.

What is the Vermont State Tree?
A: Sugar maple.

Which Canadian province borders  Vermont to the north?
A: The Canadian province of Quebec.

Vermont was originally inhabited by what two major Native American Indian tribes?
A: The Abenaki and the Iroquois.

The Vermont Republic was founded in 1777 during the Revolutionary War, and lasted for how long?
A: Fourteen years.

The state of Vermont is one of four states to have been a what in its past?
A:  Sovereign state.

 In 1791, Vermont became the 14th state to join the Union, and the first after the original what?
A: 13 Colonies.

Vermont was the first independent state to do what in regards to slavery?
A: Partially abolish slavery.

What is the Vermont State cold water fish?
A:  Brook Trout.

Vermont is the leading producer of what kind of sweet natural product in the United States?
A:  Maple syrup.

What is the state capital of Vermont?
A: Montpelier.

 With a population of 7,855, Montpelier has the smallest population of any what in the nation?
A: State capital.

What city in Vermont has the largest population?
A:  Burlington.

What is the Vermont State Pie?
A:  Apple pie.

How big is the state of Vermont in square miles?
A:  9,614.

Where does Vermont rank with the other states in size?
A: It's the 45th-largest state.

What is the Vermont State rock?
A: Granite, marble, and slate.

Vermont is the only state in the Union that does not have any buildings taller than what?
A:  124 feet.

What lake is the sixth-largest body of fresh water in the United States and separates Vermont from New York?
A: Lake Champlain.

How long is Vermont from North to South?
A: 159 miles.

How wide is Vermont from east to west at its widest?
A: 89 miles.

What is the Vermont State Mammal?
A:  Morgan horse.

How many US federal border crossings are there between Canada and Vermont?/
A: Fifteen.

Where does Vermont rank as far as cold temperatures compared to the other states?
A: It is the seventh coldest state.

What is the highest recorded temperature in the state of Vermont?
A:  105 °F at Vernon, on July 4, 1911.

What is the Vermont State Beverage?
A: Milk.

What is the lowest recorded temperature ever for Vermont?
A:  −50 °F at Bloomfield, on December 30, 1933.

How much sunshine does Vermont get per year?
A:  Between 2,000 and 2,400 hours.

Vermont is home to only one species of venomous snake. What kind of snake is it?
A: The Eastern timber rattlesnake.

What disease killed an estimated two-thirds of all cave-wintering bats in Vermont from 2008 to 2010?
A: White-nose syndrome.

What is the Vermont State Flower?
A: Red clover.

Who was the first European to see Vermont?
A:  Jacques Cartier in 1535.

 On July 30, 1609, The French explorer, Samuel de Champlain, claimed Vermont as part of what?
A: New France.

 In 1666, French settlers  established Fort Lamotte  which became the first "what"  in Vermont?
A: European settlement.

In Vermont, slavery was fully banned by state law on November 25, 1858, less than three years before the what?
A:  American Civil War.

What is the Vermont State Fossil?
A:  White Whale (Beluga Whale).

On July 7, 1777, the Battle of Hubbardton was the only "what" that took place in present day Vermont?
A: Revolutionary battle .

For how many years did Vermont govern itself as a sovereign entity based in the eastern town of Windsor?
A:  For 14 years.

In the 1860 elections, Vermont  voted for who for US President and providing him the biggest margin of victory of any state?
A: Abraham Lincoln.

During the Civil War, how many troops did Vermont provide for the war effort?
A:  34,000.

Of the 34,000 men that Vermont provided the military during the Civil War, how many were killed or mortally wounded in action or died of disease?
A: 5,200.

In Vermont, women were first permitted to vote in what elections?
A: The elections of December 18, 1880.

In July 2000 what was the state of Vermont the first state to introduce?
A:  Civil unions.

Vermont became the first state to legislate same-sex marriage, unforced by court challenge or ruling in what year?
A: In 2009.

What is the Vermont State Fruit?
A: Apple.

As of 2012, Vermont is the least religious state in the Union with only what percentage of the people considering themselves "very religious"?
A:  23%.

The first two leaders of the Mormon church were both born in Vermont. What are their names?
A: Joseph Smith, Jr. and Brigham Young.

What is the Vermont State song?
A:  These Green Mountains.

Agriculture contributes $2.6 billion,[120] about 12%, directly and indirectly to the state's economy.[121] However, another study claims that agriculture contributed 2.2% of the state's domestic product in 2000.[122] In 2000, about 3 percent of the state's working population engaged in agriculture.[123]

What type of farming is the primary source of agricultural income in the state of Vermont?
A: Dairy farming.

 In 2001 Vermont produced 275,000 gallons of maple syrup, and by 2009 the production was how much?
A:  920,000 gallons.

As of the year 2007, how many wineries were there in Vermont?
A: There were 14 wineries.

In 2011, how much money did the state of Vermont earned in taxes and fees from tourism?
A: $274 million.

How many visits were there to Vermont by skiers and snowboarders in the period of  2009–2010?
A: There were 4,125,082 visits.

Where was the first marble quarry in America located?
A: On Mount Aeolus overlooking East Dorset.

From what three countries did the granite industry attract skilled stonecutters in the late 19th century?
A: Italy, Scotland, and Ireland.

What is the largest airport in the state of Vermont?
A: Burlington International Airport.