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Ben Lilly: Quiz

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Question 1: The numbers of animals killed by Ben Lilly in his exploits is subject to sufficient contradiction but bona-fide it is estimated that he successfully hunted between 600 and 1000 ________ in his lifetime.
BobcatCougarCoyoteGray Wolf

Question 2: He crossed back into USA, and settled in Gila Wilderness, ________, and as of 1911 he started being employed by the government and local cattle ranchers for depredation, earning the most money in his lifetime.
IllinoisColoradoMontanaNew Mexico

Question 3: He was an arduous free practicing Christian his own way, yet most considered him a mad wildman, deeply affected by his lifestyle, an iconic ________.
AppalachiaCountry musicHillbillyBluegrass music

Question 4: In 1912 he was registered as hunter and trapper for the Apache National Forest in ________, living near Clifton and earning $75 a month.
ColoradoFloridaArizonaAlabama

Question 5: He was a stern adept of the simple living and outdoor freedom, he roamed and hunted from Louisiana to ________ and from Idaho to as far south as Chihuahua and Durango, Mexico and was a subject of American folktales.
ArizonaFloridaAlabamaColorado

Question 6:
Ben Lilly, George V of the United Kingdom and Albert Fish are all:
1936 deaths People from Wilcox County, Alabama Use mdy dates from September 2010 American hunters

Question 7: He guided oiler W. H. McFadden and President ________ in hunting expeditions, whom he intrigued and wrote about him.
Theodore RooseveltFrank KnoxWilliam Howard TaftCharles Evans Hughes

Question 8: Benjamin Vernon Lilly or Ben Lilly (1856 – December 17, 1936), nicknamed Ol' Lilly, was a notorious big game hunter, houndsman and mountain man of the late ________.
American Old WestBuffalo BillWild Bill HickokWyatt Earp

Question 9:
Ben Lilly, Theodore Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway are all:
Mountain men People from Wilcox County, Alabama 1936 deaths American hunters

Question 10: He remains famous for hunting down large numbers of grizzly, ________ and black bears.
BobcatCougarCoyoteGray Wolf







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