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Cheraw, South Carolina: Quiz

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Question 1: David’s Church was used as quarters for the South Carolina militia and as a hospital for the British troops under Major McArthur, who under ________’s command.
Archibald Wavell, 1st Earl WavellAlured ClarkeCharles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess CornwallisC. Rajagopalachari

Question 2: The main crops from the Cheraw area were corn, ________, tobacco, rice and indigo.
CottonSilkSpandexWool

Question 3: About 27.3% of families and 32.1% of the population were below the ________, including 43.1% of those under age 18 and 21.9% of those age 65 or over.
Basic needsBhutanCanadaPoverty threshold

Question 4: There was a lack of organization and rule during the beginning of the 1740s in the backcountry of ________.
New JerseyNorth CarolinaGeorgia (U.S. state)South Carolina

Question 5: As of the ________[1] of 2000, there were 5,524 people, 2,290 households, and 1,470 families residing in the town.
SpainCensusFranceItaly

Question 6: In December of 1780, just across from Cheraw, American commander General ________ set up a “camp of repose" to rest and train his men.
American Revolutionary WarGeorge WashingtonNathanael GreeneRhode Island

Question 7: Many area men played prominent roles in the ________.
United StatesMassachusettsUnited States ConstitutionAmerican Revolution

Question 8: David’s Parish, the last ________ built in South Carolina under King George III, was established to help serve the civic and religious needs of the Cheraw area.
Anglican CommunionEpiscopal Church (United States)CatholicismAnglicanism

Question 9: Leading up to the ________, Cheraw citizens played a key role in South Carolina’s Secession from the Union.
United StatesTennesseeAmerican Civil WarBleeding Kansas

Question 10: Cheraw (officially pronounced /tʃʌrɔː/ chuh-raw, often also /ʃʌrɔː/ shuh-raw) is a town in Chesterfield County, ________, United States.
Georgia (U.S. state)South CarolinaNorth CarolinaNew Jersey







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