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North Carolina History Quizzes

Hey, history and trivia buffs! Test your knowledge of North Carolina history here with NCpedia quizzes!

Quizzes are written at the 5th to 6th grade reading level. After you complete the quiz and submit your answers, you'll get your score and a handy-dandy summary of the answers and related history, along with links to relevant NCpedia articles to learn more.  

Have an idea for a quiz topic?  Leave a comment below to let us know.  And good luck!

 Click here to take the N.C. State Critters QuizClick here to take the NCpedia NC Poetry QuizClick here to take the NCpedia Made in North Carolina quizNC Women's History Quiz. Modified picture of Rosie the Rivetteer says "You can do it!" Postcard image of Grandfather Mountain. Click here to take the NCpedia North Carolina geography quiz. Click here to take the NCpedia State Symbols QuizImage of the logo for NC's 50th anniversary celebration of Earth Day, 2020. Click here to take the NCpedia quiz on the state's environment.NC History Quiz. Modified image of a North Carolina novelty postcard, circa. 1930-1945.


Quizzes developed by Kelly Agan and Mike Millner, librarians at the North Carolina Government & Heritage Library, State Library of North, 2019-2020.

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cool ! could put a picture at the end of the quiz!

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Hello! Thank you for visiting this page and taking time to share your feedback. If you complete the quiz, you'll get an answer page with lots of facts and pictures for each question. But we'll see what we can do to add an image to the quiz questions.

Thank you!

Kelly Agan, NC Government & Heritage Library Digital Librarian

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