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Delaware Trivia

Name these things associated with the state of Delaware.
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Last updated: September 3, 2019
First submittedSeptember 3, 2019
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Capital city
Dover
Most populous city
Wilmington
The above is part of this metro area
Philadelphia
Delaware was the first state to ratify this
The Constitution
Senator who became Vice President in 2008
Joe Biden
Chemical company that invented nylon, teflon, kevlar, lycra, and much more
DuPont
Due to business-friendly laws, Delaware has more than a million of these
Corporations
Town that calls itself "The Nation's Summer Capital"
Rehoboth Beach
This line, named for two surveyors, marks the border between Delaware and Maryland
Mason-Dixon Line
Country that built Fort Christina in 1638 as part of its short-lived U.S. colony
Sweden
The only state smaller than Delaware
Rhode Island
State bird of Delaware
Blue Hen
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level 73
Sep 4, 2019
i live in delaware...got 12/12...weeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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level 53
Dec 30, 2019
Fake, no one lives in Delaware.
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level 77
Sep 9, 2019
So did I but had to guess on the hen...
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level 66
Sep 11, 2019
It's the name of the U of Delaware sports teams so that is how I knew about this random fowl.
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level 47
Sep 16, 2019
That's 2 out of 50 state trivia quizzes done. I completed my home state, and now this, one of its neighbors. Good thing my family took me to visit those mansions owned by the chemical company family (no spoilers for those who look in the comments section for answers) during the past three years.
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level 77
Dec 29, 2019
Only missed the beach - I had heard it before but Redondo was the closest I could come.
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level 63
Jan 2, 2020
Shouldn't it say "part of the boundary between Maryland and Delaware"? It marks the (approximate) North/South boundary, but not the east/west boundary, I believe.
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