Hint: Pay attention to the words used in this quiz. Identify which statements are true and which are false. (e.g., John F. Kennedy was killed in a Ford Lincoln. Answer: True.) 1. There is no such place as Pittsburg, Pa. True 2. The Pennsylvania "Dutch" are German in origin and tradition. True 3. The opossum hangs by its tail from branches. False 4. Rome is the oldest continuously inhabited city. False 5. The word "nightmare" has no connection to horses. True 6. The middle name of President Harry S. Truman was just the letter "S." True 7. Charles A. Lindbergh was the first person to fly the Atlantic nonstop. False 8. Thomas Hardy wrote the novel "Far From the Maddening Crowd." False 9. Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation did not free any slaves. False 10. The 18th Amendment (Prohibition) prohibited the consumption of liquor. False 11. The creatures called daddy longlegs are spiders. False 12. The "corpus delicti" refers to the body of a homicide victim.False 13. "The Immaculate Conception" refers to the birth of Jesus Christ. False 14. Popeye's four nephews were named Peepeye, Poopeye, Pipeye and Pupeye. True 15. George Washington originated the Purple Heart medal. True Answers provided on Wednesday.