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Question 1: Plumfield Academy is a small private school for grades one through eight with a philosophy of education based on that of ________.
PoetryCharlotte MasonEnglandHomeschooling

Question 2: Danvers is a town in Essex County, ________, United States.
Rhode IslandConnecticutMaineMassachusetts

Question 3: Two runways of the Beverly Municipal Airport cross through the town; the nearest regularly-scheduled commercial flights are located at Boston's ________.
Newark Liberty International AirportJohn F. Kennedy International AirportO'Hare International AirportLogan International Airport

Question 4: There is no commuter rail service within town; the Newburyport/Rockport Line of the ________ passes through neighboring Salem and Beverly.
MBTA Commuter RailMassachusetts Bay Transportation AuthorityAshmont–Mattapan High Speed LineGreen Line (MBTA)

Question 5: ________ – perhaps the oldest living fruit tree in America[10]
OregonEndicott Pear TreeMassachusettsBoston

Question 6: Danvers is located nearly halfway between ________ and the New Hampshire state border.
Phoenix, ArizonaDenverMassachusettsBoston

Question 7: Noteworthy Revolutionary figures who stayed in Danvers include Royal Governor General Thomas Gage and ________.
Ethan AllenBenedict ArnoldMoses HazenAmerican Revolutionary War

Question 8: In 1878, the ________ opened its doors.
Danvers State HospitalArkham AsylumH. P. LovecraftArkham

Question 9: About 1.7% of families and 2.9% of the population were below the ________, including 3.0% of those under age 18 and 4.4% of those age 65 or over.
BhutanCanadaBasic needsPoverty threshold

Question 10: As of the ________[6] of 2000, there were 25,212 people, 9,555 households, and 6,564 families residing in the town.

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