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  New Jersey: Look Before You Laugh   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Good old New Jersey, the butt of jokes for generations, has plenty to offer. Let's take a look!
Easier, 10 Qns, fenian1213, Jun 16 16
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  New Jersey - True & False    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
New Jersey is a very interesting state. It has been involved in many firsts, and seconds, in U.S. history. The state has many other interesting facts, as well.
Average, 10 Qns, paulmalo, Jan 06 17
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  South Jersey    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz about South Jersey--the real South Jersey, not the South Jersey that ends at Toms River. This is the South Jersey that ends at Cape May.
Average, 10 Qns, rockhound6165, Feb 29 16
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Mixed New Jersey Trivia Questions

1. What is on the tails side of the New Jersey state quarter?

From Quiz
New Jersey: Look Before You Laugh

Answer: Washington crossing the Delaware

George Washington was on his way to attack Trenton. Here starts a long tradition of Washington dumping on the state. The quarter was released on May 17, 1999.

2. The largest city in area in New Jersey is located in South Jersey. What is the name of that city?

From Quiz South Jersey

Answer: Vineland

The City of Vineland was formed when Landis Township and The Borough of Vineland merged in 1952. Vineland is the original home of Welch's Grape Juice, home to Progresso Foods, and once boasted itself as the Dandelion Capital of the World. Vineland has been featured prominently in Progresso Soup commercials.

3. The original Monopoly board consisted of streets from what South Jersey resort town?

From Quiz South Jersey

Answer: Atlantic City

The casino town was once a well-visited resort town. You can still drive down such streets as Pacific Ave., Atlantic Ave., New York Ave., but you might want to steer clear of Baltic and Mediterranean Avenues.

4. What New Jersey resort town is noted for its boardwalk and casinos?

From Quiz New Jersey: Look Before You Laugh

Answer: Atlantic City

The Atlantic City boardwalk is over 130 years old. It is one of the oldest in America.

5. South Jersey is home to one of the oldest high school football rivalries in the nation. Every Thanksgiving Day, the Fighting Clan of Vineland High School go up against the Thunderbolts of where?

From Quiz South Jersey

Answer: Millville

The series began in 1894 and has been a South Jersey tradition ever since. The bordering towns also have a heated rivalry in baseball, soccer, field hockey, and wrestling.

6. Every US state, plus Guam and Puerto Rico, uses its name proudly in its state universities, but not New Jersey. What is the state university of New Jersey called?

From Quiz New Jersey: Look Before You Laugh

Answer: Rutgers

Rutgers was founded in 1766. This makes it older than the University of Massachusetts, the University of Virginia and Ivy League schools like Cornell and Dartmouth!

7. Ocean City, a very popular shore town in South Jersey, has a very interesting law. What is that law?

From Quiz South Jersey

Answer: No Alcohol Sold Within City Limits

Even though there is no law against alcohol consumption within city limits, Ocean City does not allow the sale of alcohol within town limits. So the town is basically a B.Y.O.B. town.

8. New Jersey was the ____ state to ratify the U.S. Constitution.

From Quiz New Jersey: Look Before You Laugh

Answer: 3rd

New Jersey ratified it December 18, 1787. This was shortly after Delaware and Pennsylvania ratified the Constitution.

9. In 1984, then President Ronald Reagan visited a South Jersey town during his re-election tour. This town named one of its streets Ronald Reagan Boulevard. This town touts itself as the Blueberry Capital of the World. What is the name of this town?

From Quiz South Jersey

Answer: Hammonton

Anyone who watches Boardwalk Empire should recognize the Blueberry Capital reference as this was on a Welcome to Hammonton sign on the TV show. Hammonton also won the Little League World Series in 1949. It is also the hometown of VP Joe Biden's wife Jill.

10. In 1997, the largest prison in NJ, housing more than 3500 inmates, opened in Bridgeton. What is the name of this prison?

From Quiz South Jersey

Answer: Southwoods State Prison

Southwoods State Prison is responsible for preparing meals for the entire NJ Department of Corrections with one of the largest food production kitchens in the state. East Jersey State Prison is actually the infamous Rahway State Prison. New Jersey State Prison is the infamous Trenton State Prison. Riverfront State Prison was closed in 2009 even though it was only 24 years old. Southwoods is also one of three state correctional facilities in Cumberland County. The others are Bayside State Prison (formerly known as Leesburg State Prison) and Southern State Correctional Facility. Both are located in Maurice River Township.

11. While Vineland is famous for Progresso, the city of Camden is equally as famous for a nationally known product. What is the name of this famous company?

From Quiz South Jersey

Answer: Campbell Soup

Begun in 1869, Campbell's Soup is one of if not the most recognized brands of soup in the world and is still headquartered and has a plant in Camden. Cento Fine Foods is also a South Jersey product that is manufactured in nearby West Deptford. Dupont is a major company in Delaware. Although Ocean Spray does get cranberries from Burlington County, they are not headquartered there.

12. Which singer/songwriter and Jersey native sent us "Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J."?

From Quiz New Jersey: Look Before You Laugh

Answer: Bruce Springsteen

All four are Jersey boys, but the Boss' debut album acknowledged where he got his start, the clubs of the Jersey Shore including the legendary Stone Pony. "Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J." was released in 1973.

13. South Jersey has a famous ferry carrying hundreds of cars and passengers every day. The ferry disembarks from Cape May and travels to what city in Delaware?

From Quiz South Jersey

Answer: Lewes

The Cape May-Lewes Ferry has been in operation since 1964 and runs seven days a week. It provides a scenic alternative to driving over the Delaware Memorial Bridge when traveling to places like Rehoboth Beach, Delaware or Ocean City, Maryland.

14. New Jersey has its own State Creature (anomaly, enigma or monster also work). What is it called?

From Quiz New Jersey: Look Before You Laugh

Answer: The Jersey Devil

The Jersey Devil has been frightening folk since at least the 1700s. Season One of the show "X-Files" had characters Scully and Mulder searching the Pines for him or her, or maybe it. The Jersey Devil is apparently a winged cryptid.

15. The city of Millville is home to one of the best players in Major League Baseball. He was drafted in 2009. Who is this former MVP?

From Quiz South Jersey

Answer: Mike Trout

Mike Trout was born in Vineland but grew up in Millville attending Millville Senior High School and was drafted in the 1st round of the 2009 MLB Draft. Mike's father, Jeff, was also a MLB prospect playing in the Minnesota Twins organization.

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