1. Of North Carolina’s 100 counties how many are named for women?
2. What well-known food processor is located at the corner of Cucumber and Vine streets?
3. True or false: Though now often associated with North Carolina, the term “Tobacco Road” was first used in reference to Georgia.
4. On the Monopoly game board, what color is North Carolina?
5. Nearly one-third of North Carolina’s Lumbee Indians have one of what two surnames?
1. Three: Dare County, named for Virginia Dare, first child of English parents born in the New World; Wake County, named for Margaret Wake, wife of colonial Gov. William Tryon; Mecklenburg County, named for Princess Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, wife of George III.
3. True. It was the Augusta-area address of Jeeter Lester in Erskine Caldwell’s scandalous 1932 novel by that name.