Vermont Trivia Quiz With Answers
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
A: It's the 2nd least populous state.
Vermont is the only New England state that does not border
A: The Atlantic Ocean.
What is the Vermont State
A: Monarch Butterfly.
How much of Vermont's western border is formed by Lake
Vermont is bordered by what State to the south?
What U.S. State borders Vermont to the east across the
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?
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?
What is the Vermont State Pie?
A: Apple pie.
How big is the state of Vermont in square miles?
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?/
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
A: 105 °F at Vernon, on July 4, 1911.
What is the Vermont State Beverage?
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
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
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?
Of the 34,000 men that Vermont provided the
the Civil War, how many were killed or mortally wounded in action or died of
In Vermont, women were first permitted to vote in what
A: The elections of December 18, 1880.
In July 2000 what was the state of Vermont the first state
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?
As of 2012, Vermont is the least religious state in the
Union with only what percentage of the people considering themselves "very
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.
What type of farming is the primary source of
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
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.