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Question 1: It was called the "House of Peace" or trading post to appease the ________, or Iroquois.
Mohawk nationIroquoisSeneca nationFrench and Indian War

Question 2: Only after signing of the ________ did American forces occupy the fort in 1796.
United Kingdom – United States relationsGeorge WashingtonJames MadisonJay Treaty

Question 3: ________ • North Country National Scenic Trail
Wallkill River National Wildlife RefugeUpper Delaware Scenic and Recreational RiverAppalachian TrailGateway National Recreation Area

Question 4: The British captured Fort Niagara during the ________, on the night of December 19, 1813.
Battle of Lake ErieWar of 1812 CampaignsChronology of the War of 1812War of 1812

Question 5: William Stacy, a high-ranking officer of the ________, was captured at the attack on Cherry Valley, New York by Butler's Rangers.
Continental ArmyUnited States Army RangersUnited States Army EuropeUnited States Army

Question 6: Fort Mississauga National Historic Site - opposite Fort Niagara, on the Ontario side of the ________
Lake ErieNiagara RiverSaint Lawrence RiverDetroit River

Question 7: The fort played a significant part in the ________, and fell to the British in a nineteen day siege in July 1759, called the Battle of Fort Niagara.
Braddock expeditionSeven Years' WarFrench and Indian WarFort Duquesne

Question 8: Military presence on the site continues with the ________ still operating at "The Bottoms" making Fort Niagara one of the longest continuously run military bases in the United States, 1726-presentday.
United States NavyUnited States armed forcesUnited States Coast GuardUnited States Marine Corps

Question 9: The winter weather and disease was severe, and all but twelve perished by the time a relief force returned from ________.
Downtown MontrealUnderground City, MontrealMontrealGreater Montreal

Question 10: Though Fort Niagara was ceded to the United States after the Treaty of Paris ended the ________ in 1783, the region remained effectively under British control for thirteen years.
American RevolutionAmerican Revolutionary WarMilitary history of the United StatesNew York and New Jersey campaign


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