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Birmingham, Michigan: Quiz


Question 1: Merrill named his plat "Birmingham" after ________, England in the hope that the new settlement would similarly become a great industrial center.

Question 2: The Holy Name School is a parochial school founded by the ________ Holy Name Church.
PopePope Gregory ICatholic ChurchPope John Paul II

Question 3: There are over 120,000 books in the library along with CDs, DVDs, periodicals, educational toys, databases and free ________.
Satellite Internet accessWiMAXBluetoothWi-Fi

Question 4: While Hunter did not continue for very long, Hamilton and Willets continued a rivalry for many years, competing with each other for business from travelers on ________[8] between Detroit and Pontiac.
M-3 (Michigan highway)Arden Park-East Boston Historic DistrictAtkinson Avenue Historic DistrictM-1 (Michigan highway)

Question 5: President ________) for the northwest quarter of section 36.
Franklin D. RooseveltFranklin PierceJames K. PolkJames Buchanan

Question 6: Sheila Young, speed skater and first American Olympian to place first, second and third (receiving a gold, a silver and a bronze medal) while competing at the Innsbruck ________
Winter Olympic Games1976 Winter Olympics2002 Winter Olympics1988 Winter Olympics

Question 7: On June 18, 1896, the Oakland Railway, the electric ________, came to Birmingham and provided service to Detroit in 40 minutes; the service ended in 1931.
TramInterurbanPassenger rail terminologyLight rail

Question 8: Birmingham was a ________ stop in the 19th Century between Detroit and Pontiac.
StagecoachMidwestern United StatesBostonCharles Bolles

Question 9: An affluent suburb of Detroit, the city hosts a downtown that attracts shoppers from throughout the ________ area.
Dearborn, MichiganOakland County, MichiganMetro DetroitChicago metropolitan area

Question 10: They waited in ________ for their father and other family members who arrived by schooner over Lake Erie in July.
Grosse PointeDetroitMetro DetroitDearborn, Michigan


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