11 Jeopardy! Clues November 30, 2017

Here are 11 triple stumpers from the 11-30-2017 Jeopardy! match.

HISTORICAL FICTION ($200) This 1936 novel was inspired by an aunt’s scrapbook of the Civil War & its aftermath

($800) “Flight of the Sparrow” recounts the real tale of a Puritan woman from this colony captured by Indians in 1676

NEW ENGLAND ($400) Until the 1600s this tribe lived & fished on the bay that bears their name with no idea they were in Rhode Island

($600) In 2003, after years of erosion, this state’s iconic Old Man of the Mountain crumbled to the ground

($1000) This English explorer & captain gave New England its name after exploring the region in the 1600s

SOME CHOICE WORDS ($800) 12-letter adjective for excellent treatment

“C” IN COOKING ($1000) Copra is the dried meat of this

JOHNNY GILBERT, TOUGH GUY ($800) “I drink your milkshake. I drink it up”

THE HUMAN BODY ($800) The heart comes in its own pouch– this membranous sac

($2000) T cells, part of the immune system, are so named for being derived from this gland

IN THE JUNGLE ($2000) Hawaii’s forests have many types of these, including the apapane & the honeycreeper

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