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Francis Wayland: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ graduated from Williams College, class of 1800 and was licensed to practice medicine at Troy, New York, on March 29, 1802 and quickly gained recognition for his medical skills.
John Franklin GrayEmily Newell BlairBlackleach BurrittGerald Warner Brace

Question 2: His donation to the town of Wayland, ________ in 1851 for the establishment of a public library was the catalyst for legislation in Massachusetts allowing towns to establish libraries.
Rhode IslandMassachusettsMaineConnecticut

Question 3: He was one of the founders of ________ in 1825.
Andover Newton Theological SchoolBoston CollegeEastern Nazarene CollegeHarvard University

Question 4: The son graduated at ________ in 1813 and studied medicine in Troy under Dr.
Colgate UniversityHamilton CollegeSt. Lawrence UniversityUnion College (New York)

Question 5: a brief Memoir of ________ (1864).
Thomas ChalmersCharles DarwinScotlandAdam Smith

Question 6: (In 1899, Wayland Seminary merged with another school to become the current Virginia Union University at ________.)
Newport News, VirginiaNorfolk, VirginiaVirginia BeachRichmond, Virginia

Question 7: He was too poor to conclude his course in theology, and in 1817-1821 was a tutor at Union College, to which after five years as pastor of the First Baptist Church of Boston he returned in 1826 as professor of ________.
Isaac NewtonNatural philosophyJohn LockeImmanuel Kant

Question 8: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
Copyright infringementCopyrightIntellectual propertyPublic domain

Question 9: Francis Wayland (March 7, 1796 – September 30, 1865), American Baptist educator, was born in New York City, ________.
MassachusettsNew JerseyConnecticutNew York

Question 10: Francis Wayland's father was an Englishman of the same name, who was also a ________ pastor.
Christian denominationBaptistChristianityEcumenism







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