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Fernandina Beach, Florida: Quiz


Question 1: Georgia's founder and colonial governor, ________, renames the island "Amelia Island" in honor of princess Amelia (1710-1786), King George II's daughter, although the island was still a Spanish possession.
Nicholas UdallMarshalseaFrancis BarringtonJames Oglethorpe

Question 2: About 6.4% of families and 10.2% of the population were below the ________, including 13.1% of those under age 18 and 8.7% of those age 65 or over.
Poverty thresholdBhutanCanadaBasic needs

Question 3: As of the ________[1] of 2000, there were 10,549 people, 4,525 households, and 2,941 families residing in the city.

Question 4: Jacksonville | ________ | Tampa | St. Petersburg | Orlando | Hialeah | Fort Lauderdale | Tallahassee | Cape Coral | Port St.

Question 5: Lucie Metropolitan Area | Punta Gorda | Sebastian-Vero Beach | ________ | Tallahassee Metropolitan Area | Tampa Bay Area
MiamiMiami-Dade County, FloridaWest Palm Beach, FloridaSouth Florida metropolitan area

Question 6: Union forces, consisting of 28 gunboats commanded by Commodore ________, restore Federal control of the island on March 3, 1862 and raise the American Flag.
United States NavyUnited StatesSamuel Francis Du PontDelaware

Question 7: With the approval of President ________ and Georgia Governor George Mathews in 1812-1813, insurgents known as the "Patriots of Amelia Island" seize the island.
James MonroeJames MadisonAlexander HamiltonThomas Jefferson

Question 8: Clarke plats the town of Fernandina, named in honor of Spain's ________.
Charles III of SpainFerdinand VII of SpainAlfonso XII of SpainCharles IV of Spain

Question 9: Navy forces drive Aury from the island, and President ________ vows to hold Amelia Island "in trust for Spain."
James BarbourJames MonroeThomas JeffersonJohn C. Calhoun

Question 10: Raymond A. Brown (1915-2009), attorney whose clients included ________ member Joanne Chesimard, boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter and "Dr.
Black Panther PartyFred HamptonAssata ShakurBlack Liberation Army


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