Massachusetts Bridges Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Who was Leonard Zakim?

Question 2 2. What was the Big Dig?

Question 3 3. With cables anchored directly to the deck, what kind of structure is the Zakim Bridge?

Question 4 4. The full name of the bridge indicates that it partially serves as a memorial to which famous battle?

Question 5 5. Where is the Zakim Bridge located?

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Question 6 6. Although not the original name, the Massachusetts legislature renamed the bridge to the Longfellow Bridge in 1927 in reference to what poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow?

Question 7 7. The Longfellow Bridge connects which two cities in Massachusetts?

Question 8 8. Restoration efforts on the Longfellow Bridge required reviving what construction method?

Question 9 9. What are the two main building materials used to create the Longfellow Bridge?

Question 10 10. What nickname do Boston locals also use for the Longfellow Bridge, inspired by the shape of the towers?

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Question 11 11. The current Old North Bridge was modeled after what?

Question 12 12. What role did the Battle of Concord have in the American Revolution?

Question 13 13. What kind of bridge is the Old North Bridge?

Question 14 14. The Old North Bridge was the site of which important battle?

Question 15 15. Where is the Old North Bridge located?

Massachusetts Bridges Chapter Exam Instructions

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