State Quiz - Rhode Island

Can you guess these facts about the U.S. state of Rhode Island?
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Last updated: September 10, 2020
First submittedSeptember 6, 2019
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Capital city
Providence
Name one of the next three largest cities in Rhode Island
Warwick / Cranston /
Pawtucket
Only state with a higher population density than Rhode Island
New Jersey
States that border Rhode Island
Connecticut
Massachusetts
Rhode Island was the last of the 13 original colonies to sign this document
The Constitution
State nickname
The Ocean State
From 1930–1983, Rhode Island hosted the America's Cup races in this sport
Sailing
Sitcom set in the fictional town of Quahog
Family Guy
In real life, what is a quahog?
a Clam
Movie about a couple of morons who traveled from Rhode Island to Aspen
Dumb and Dumber
Ivy League university
Brown
Full official name of the state
State of Rhode Island and
Providence Plantations
Bay that juts into Rhode Island (hint: starts with N)
Narragansett Bay
City where many rich people built summer mansions during the Gilded Age
Newport
Family that built "The Breakers" mansion in that city
Vanderbilt
Who did Jacqueline Bouvier marry in Rhode Island in 1953?
John F. Kennedy
Female heretic who co-founded Portsmouth, Rhode Island in 1638
Anne Hutchinson
Person who founded Rhode Island after being banished from Massachusetts
Roger Williams
Singer who outraged fans by playing electric instruments at a folk festival
in Rhode Island in 1965
Bob Dylan
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Level 42
Nov 7, 2019
Grew up in Rhode Island and miss it! Would love a question about clam cakes or coffee milk! haha
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Level 55
Jan 18, 2020
I love how every New England State is so unique.
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Level 66
Jan 11, 2020
Plus the fact that Providence has the highest percentage of population to universities....or so I've heard. It's jammed packed with students.
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Level 78
Jan 11, 2020
I was taught in school that the nickname for Rhode Island was "Little Rhody". When I saw the clue I assumed it had something to do with the ocean, but never even thought to try just "ocean".
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Level 40
Jan 12, 2020
This was super easy since I live in RI! There should be a question about the Big Blue Bug or coffee milk, but besides that I loved this quiz :-)
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Level 69
Jan 13, 2020
Thank you Family Guy!
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Level 78
Sep 10, 2020
Rhode Island's state bird is a chicken: the Rhode Island red.
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Level 68
Sep 11, 2020
That was someone's nickname in my middle school's locker room.
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Level 83
Sep 11, 2020
Sorry, "Rhode Island" is now (or will very soon be) the complete official name of the state. With all of today's "wokeness", the governor didn't want the word "Plantations" in the state's name, and signed an executive order to that effect.
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Level 71
Sep 11, 2020
Very few people in the USA knew about the official name and many of the people that did know were not offended by the word plantation.
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Level 68
Sep 11, 2020
Doesn't matter -- the state government has taken the action, and the quiz should reflect that. (Unless we're back in Nur-Sultan denial territory :) )
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Level ∞
Sep 12, 2020
The official name has not been changed yet. Governors can't just issue an executive order to change the name of a state. It will be voted on this November.

All hail Nursultan!

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Level 68
Sep 12, 2020
Which I considered one of the truly dumbest examples of wokeness....that is until USC suspended a professor for using a Chinese word in a lecture on business etiquette that sounds like a racial epithet in English. I expect next week, something even dumber will top that...
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Level 83
Sep 15, 2020
Before the USA was even a country, in 1652, Rhode Island outlawed slavery. So the reference to plantations has nothing to do with it (its simply an archaic term for "colony"), but gotta erase anything that might be remotely triggering for somebody. (Not to mention that they apparently voted on this in 2010 and more than 3/4 voted to keep the name as is.)