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Question 1: As of the ________[5] of 2000, there were 18,113 people, 6,990 households, and 4,844 families residing in the town.

Question 2: Hudson is a town in Middlesex County, ________, United States.
MassachusettsMaineConnecticutRhode Island

Question 3: Many houses, including the Goodale House on Chestnut Street (Hudson's oldest building, dating from 1702) and the Curley home on Brigham Street (formerly known as the Rice Farm), were stations on the ________.
Harriet TubmanAmerican Civil WarWilliam Cooper NellUnderground Railroad

Question 4: Saint Michael's ________ Church[16].
Pope John Paul IIPope Gregory IPopeCatholic Church

Question 5: Today, the majority of Hudson residents are either of Irish or Portuguese descent, with smaller populations of those of Italian, French, English, Scots-Irish, and ________ descent.
Greek diasporaGreek languageGreeceGreeks

Question 6: Note: Some Hudson students attend ________, a public regional vocational high school that serves grades 9 through 12.
Berlin, MassachusettsWestborough, MassachusettsAssabet Valley Regional Technical High SchoolHudson, Massachusetts

Question 7: By 1860, Feltonville had 17 shoe and shoe-related factories, which attracted immigrants from ________ and French Canada.
IrelandIrish peopleWalesNorthern Ireland

Question 8: About 2.7% of families and 4.5% of the population were below the ________, including 3.8% of those under age 18 and 8.7% of those age 65 or over.
Basic needsBhutanPoverty thresholdCanada

Question 9: ________ in the House of Representatives, and by Sen.
Barney FrankNiki TsongasEd MarkeyJohn Kerry

Question 10: This allowed the development of larger factories, some of the first in the country to use steam power and ________.
ButtonDarningSewing machineBlanket stitch

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