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British Honduras: Quiz


Question 1: In 1931 the governor, Sir John Burdon, rejected proposals to legalize trade unions and to introduce a ________ and sickness insurance.
Living wageHealth insurance in the United StatesMinimum wageUnemployment

Question 2: The ________ between Britain and Spain, gave the British rights to cut logwood between the Hondo and Belize rivers.
United StatesPeace of Paris (1783)American Revolutionary WarTreaty of Paris (1783)

Question 3: British Honduras was a British colony that is now the independent nation of ________.
Antigua and BarbudaBelizeThe BahamasBarbados

Question 4: Soberanis was jailed under a new ________ law in 1935.
Central Intelligence AgencySeditionDemocracyTreason

Question 5: 1Occupied jointly with the United States
2In 1931, Canada and other British dominions obtained self-government through the ________.
Act of Settlement 1701Statute of Westminster 1931Australia Act 1986Australian Constitution (Public Record Copy) Act 1990

Question 6: In the early days, the colonists governed themselves under a public meeting system, similar to the town meeting system used in ________.
Northeastern United StatesMidwestern United StatesSouthern United StatesNew England

Question 7: The ________ shattered the colony's economy, and unemployment increased rapidly.
Federal Reserve SystemGreat DepressionUnited StatesRepublican Party (United States)

Question 8: 17th Century
1685-1824  Bencoolen
SumatraIndonesiaWest SumatraAceh

Question 9: First colonised by ________ in the seventeenth century, the territory on the east coast of Central America, south of Mexico, became a British crown colony from 1862 until 1964, when it became self-governing.
Spanish peopleHispanophoneSpainSpanish language

Question 10: Kitts and Nevis
1889–1962  Trinidad and Tobago

20th century
1958–1962  ________
BarbadosCayman IslandsAnguillaWest Indies Federation

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