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Governor's Palace: Quiz


Question 1: It was the last resident, Thomas Jefferson, who urged that the Capital of Virginia be relocated to Richmond in 1780 for security reasons during the ________.
United StatesMassachusettsAmerican RevolutionUnited States Constitution

Question 2: W. A. R. Goodwin • The Rockefellers • ________ • John D. Rockefeller, Jr. • Richard Taliaferro • DeWitt Wallace • George Wythe
Abby Rockefeller MauzéAbby Aldrich RockefellerNelson RockefellerDavid Rockefeller

Question 3: George Tucker House • Wetherburn's Tavern • ________ • Wythe House
Wren BuildingWilliamsburg Area TransportWilliamsburg, VirginiaColonial Williamsburg

Question 4: It is one of the two largest buildings at ________, the other being the Capitol.
Wren BuildingColonial WilliamsburgWilliamsburg, VirginiaWilliamsburg Area Transport

Question 5: Artifacts, Jefferson's drawings, Virginia General Assembly records, and a copperplate engraving, nicknamed the Bodleian Plate discovered in England's ________ in 1929, were employed in faithful reconstruction of the original buildings.
Bodleian LibraryBodley's LibrarianJohn Price (librarian)Edward Nicholson (librarian)

Question 6: The Governor's Palace, home of the ________'s Royal Governors, is located on Duke of Gloucester Street in Williamsburg, Virginia.
York County, VirginiaColony of VirginiaHampton RoadsHistory of Virginia

Question 7: The Governor's Palace is a centerpiece and major attraction of the restored city of ________ in Virginia's Historic Triangle, one of the world's more popular tourist destinations.
Williamsburg Area TransportWilliamsburg, VirginiaWren BuildingColonial Williamsburg

Question 8: ________
Edward NottFrancis FauquierJohn Murray, 4th Earl of DunmoreJohn Harvey (Virginia)

Question 9: The new lodging for the governor adjacent to the current ________ building in Richmond is more modest in size and style, and is called the Governor's Mansion.
Williamsburg, VirginiaVirginia State CapitolRichmond, VirginiaHampton Roads

Question 10: Some outbuildings survived, but were demolished during the ________.
Bleeding KansasAmerican Civil WarUnited StatesTennessee


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