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100

Which mountain is named for its granite walls?

Whiteface

100

Which three people lost their lives in the Chocorua legend?

Chocorua's son (Tuamba), a settler named Campbell, and Chocorua himself

100

Which "Jackson" is Mt. Jackson named after, and who is it commonly misattributed to? 

Charles Thomas Jackson; NOT President Andrew Jackson

100

Which mountain is named after the only president from NH?

Pierce (Franklin Pierce)

100

Which mountain evokes NH's state motto to "live free or die"?

Liberty

200

What was the original full name of Zealand Notch, and why was it shortened?

New Zealand Valley; shortened for the convenience of the railroad!
200

Name the influential Seminole leader who led a successful resistance campaign until he was ultimately captured by deception.

Osceola

200

Which mountain is named for New Hampshire's first cartographer?

Carrigain (Philip Carrigain)

200

Which four Adamses are represented in the White Mountains?

John Adams (2nd pres); John Quincy Adams (6th pres); Sam Adams; Abigail Adams

200

Which mountains are named after a duo of hunting buddies?

Carter and Hight

300

What are Cannon Mountain's two previous names?

Before 1917: Frank Mountain

1917-72: Profile Mountain

300

Which mountain name may come from the Abenaki for "rough mountain" or Algonquin for "born of the hill that shakes hands with the dawn"?

Kearsarge (North)

300
Which mountain is named for a child prodigy and BLS grad? (no, not Nathan Oalican)
Hale (Edward Everett Hale)
300

What is the Algonquin name for Mt. Washington?

Agiocochook

300

What is the Biblical significance of Moriah?

In Genesis, the mountain on which Abraham offers his son, Isaac, as a sacrifice to God

400

Who discovered Flume Gorge?

"Aunt" Jess Guernsey (at 93 years old!)

400

Which Pennacook grandfather/grandson duo have a mountain and highway named after them? 

Papisse Conewa (Mt. Passaconaway) and Kancamagus (Kancamagus Highway)

400

How long did it take Darby Field to climb Mt. Washington for the first time?

18 days

400

What was Mt. Pierce originally named, and to recognize which person?

Mt. Clinton (DeWitt Clinton, NY senator who led the establishment of the Erie Canal)

400

Which four mountains were originally called the Haystacks?

Flume, Liberty, Lincoln, and Lafayette

500

Which two 4000-footers have the same body part in their name?

Galehead and Owl's Head

500

What was the name of the multitribal village founded by Tecumseh and his brother?

Prophetstown (in modern Indiana)

500

Besides 3 White Mountains, what else is named after George P. Bond?

Craters on Mars and on the moon

500

What is the nickname of the Eisenhower chief of staff who got a mountain renamed after that president?

Sherman "The Iceberg" Adams
500

Which geologist has a Pemi campsite named after him, and which 4000-footers did he name? 

Arnold Guyot; the Wildcats
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