Only A True Pennsylvanian Could Pass This Trivia Quiz. Are You Up For The Challenge?

Pennsylvania is one of America's oldest and most beautiful states. Do you think you can answer questions that only a true Pennsylvanian would know? Take these 12 questions and put your knowledge to the test!
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What is Pennsylvania's nickname?
The forest state
The keystone state
The oldest state
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What is Pennsylvania's most valuable mineral?
Quartz
Zinc
Coal
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How many state parks are there in Pennsylvania?
117
101
75
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What is the highest point in Pennsylvania?
Mount Pocono
Mount Davis
Shawnee Mountain
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What is the lowest elevation in Pennsylvania?
Susquehanna River
Delaware River
Pohopoco River
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Who was the only US President from Pennsylvania?
James Madison
John Adams
James Buchanan
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What two Pennsylvania counties have more deer than people?
Bucks and Monroe
Cameron and Potter
Carbon and Lehigh
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What is another name for the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania?
Great Pennsylvania Northern
Great Pennsylvania Gorge
The Cliffs of Penns Woods
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Pennsylvanian Andrew Carnegie is best known for what industry?
Coal
Steel
Fabric
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The first white settlers in Pennsylvania were of what nationality?
Swedish and Dutch
English and French
Irish and Dutch
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What was the name of Ben Franklin's journal?
Poor Richard's Almanac
Ben's Musings
The Farmer's Almanac
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What waterfalls is called "The Niagara of Pennsylvania?"
Glen Oko Falls
Bushkill Falls
Lehigh Falls
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Based on your quiz performance, we're not sure if you're a citizen of this great state. Despite this, we'd go as far as to say that you could be! You have a great base knowledge on what makes Pennsylvania special. While you might not know the little things that a true Pennsylvania would, you've got a good foundation of practical knowledge.

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Based on your quiz performance, we're not sure if you're a citizen of this great state. Despite this, we'd go as far as to say that you could be! You have a great base knowledge on what makes Pennsylvania special. While you might not know the little things that a true Pennsylvania would, you've got a good foundation of practical knowledge.

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1
What is Pennsylvania's nickname?
The forest state
The keystone state
The oldest state
2
What is Pennsylvania's most valuable mineral?
Quartz
Zinc
Coal
3
How many state parks are there in Pennsylvania?
117
101
75
4
What is the highest point in Pennsylvania?
Mount Pocono
Mount Davis
Shawnee Mountain
5
What is the lowest elevation in Pennsylvania?
Susquehanna River
Delaware River
Pohopoco River
6
Who was the only US President from Pennsylvania?
James Madison
John Adams
James Buchanan
7
What two Pennsylvania counties have more deer than people?
Bucks and Monroe
Cameron and Potter
Carbon and Lehigh
8
What is another name for the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania?
Great Pennsylvania Northern
Great Pennsylvania Gorge
The Cliffs of Penns Woods
9
Pennsylvanian Andrew Carnegie is best known for what industry?
Coal
Steel
Fabric
10
The first white settlers in Pennsylvania were of what nationality?
Swedish and Dutch
English and French
Irish and Dutch
11
What was the name of Ben Franklin's journal?
Poor Richard's Almanac
Ben's Musings
The Farmer's Almanac
12
What waterfalls is called "The Niagara of Pennsylvania?"
Glen Oko Falls
Bushkill Falls
Lehigh Falls