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Blood of Tyrants Exam
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From what were Washington's dentures made?
A combination of ivory and human teeth
What did Washington do immediately after the Revolutionary War?
Retired back to Mount Vernon
Which of the following was among Thomas Jefferson's favorite books?
War & Peace
What did John Adams do before breakfast each morning?
Drink a large tankard of alcoholic cider
Who coined the phrase “I have not yet begun to fight!”?
Orator Patrick Henry
"Pirate" John Paul Jones
Author Thomas Paine
Statesman Samuel Adams
Who was called, "the dictator of America?"
King George III
Seneca Chief Tanacharison
Which man was largely responsible for America's great victory at Saratoga?
Which of the following helped Washington to quell an insurrection among his own soldiers at Newburgh, New York?
A renewed British attack
A rousing speach
A pair of eyeglasses
Which of the following did John Adams deem, "ten times more terrible than Britons, Canadians and Indians together"?
George Washington was a gifted:
How did Martha Washington describe her life as the first lady?
“It is opportunity to serve my country”
“I find it to be a boring bother”
“A time to instill manners and virtue onto the Northerners”
“I think I am more like a state prisoner than anything else”
Washington’s Second in Commander, Charles Lee, was captured while:
Visiting a whorehouse in New Jersey
Attacking General Cornwallis in New York
While at home in Pennsylvania
During a spy mission in Connecticut
How did Washington welcome his many postwar visitors to Mount Vernon?
With a fine meal and warm bed
With political conversation
He removed the signs pointing to the estate to reduce their numbers.
All of the above
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