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Question 2:
Which of the following titles did Boston Massacre have?
Member for Parramatta
Maligawila Buddha statue
Help Save The Youth Of America From Exploding
Locations along Boston's Freedom Trail

Question 3: [14] To keep the peace, the next day royal authorities agreed to remove all troops from the centre of town to a fort on Castle Island in ________.
Quincy, MassachusettsBoston Harbor Islands National Recreation AreaMoon Island (Massachusetts)Boston Harbor

Question 4: The ________ began a campaign against the Townshend Acts by sending a petition to King George asking for the repeal of the Townshend Revenue Act.
Massachusetts SenateRhode Island House of RepresentativesMassachusetts House of RepresentativesMassachusetts General Court

Question 5: [8] Two regiments were removed from Boston in 1769, but the 14th Regiment of Foot and the ________ remained.
British ArmyAmerican Revolutionary War29th (Worcestershire) Regiment of FootPeninsular War

Question 6: [18] It is not known whether ________ was present at the Massacre, though he drew a detailed map of the bodies to be used in the trial of the British soldiers held responsible.
BostonSamuel AdamsPaul RevereJohn Hancock

Question 7: Boston silversmith and engraver ________ closely copied Pelham's image, and thus often gets credit for it.
American Revolutionary WarSamuel AdamsJohn HancockPaul Revere

Question 8: Events such as the Tea Act and the ensuing ________ were further examples of the crumbling relationship between Britain and the colonies.
Boston Tea PartyIntolerable ActsTownshend ActsStamp Act 1765

Question 9: Commodore Samuel Hood complied by sending the fifty-gun warship HMS Romney, which arrived in ________ in May 1768.
Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation AreaQuincy, MassachusettsBoston HarborMoon Island (Massachusetts)

Question 10: [5] On June 10, 1768, customs officials seized the Liberty, a sloop owned by leading Boston merchant ________, on allegations that the ship had been involved in smuggling.
John HancockElbridge GerrySamuel AdamsThomas Gage

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