d. North Wildwood.
2. b. Dick Clark's American Bandstand.
3. c. Thomas Budd, who arrived in the 1670s, and acquired the island as a settlement of a claim he had against the holders of the royal grant on the land.
4. d. Jonathan Pitney.
5. a. Cornelius Mey, who named the north part of the area Cape Cornelius and the south Cape Mey, later changed to Cape May.
6. c. 1976.
7. c. 1859.
8. b. Ludlum's Beach, for Joseph Ludlum, who bought the island from a group of Quakers in 1692.
10. d. Ocean City.