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James Rudolph Garfield: Quiz

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Question 1: James Rudolph Garfield (October 17, 1865 – March 24, 1950) was an American politician, ________ and son of President James Abram Garfield and First Lady Lucretia Garfield.
ShariaCommon lawLawyerLegal education

Question 2: Garfield died in Washington, D.C. on March 24, 1950, the last surviving member of ________'s administration.
Frank KnoxCharles Evans HughesWilliam Howard TaftTheodore Roosevelt

Question 3: He was an influential advisor to President ________, serving as a Member of the United States Civil Service Commission from 1902 to 1903.
Charles Evans HughesFrank KnoxWilliam Howard TaftTheodore Roosevelt

Question 4: On July 2, 1881, at the age of 15, he witnessed the shooting of his father by disgruntled office-seeker ________ at the Baltimore and Potomac railroad station in Washington.
Chester A. ArthurJames A. GarfieldCharles J. GuiteauJames G. Blaine

Question 5: That same year, he was admitted to the Ohio bar and established the ________-based law firm of Garfield and Garfield, with his brother Harry Augustus Garfield.
ClevelandGreater ClevelandColumbus, OhioAkron, Ohio

Question 6: The President and his son were waiting for a train en route to ________ in Williamstown, Massachusetts, where young James had been recently accepted, when the shooting took place.
Amherst CollegePomona CollegeWesleyan UniversityWilliams College

Question 7: He was interred in Mentor Municipal Cemetery in ________ beside his wife Helen.
Lake County, OhioCanton, OhioElyria, OhioMentor, Ohio

Question 8: For a year prior to his father's presidency, he studied at St. Paul's School in ________.
Nashua, New HampshireConcord, New HampshireKeene, New HampshireManchester, New Hampshire

Question 9: Following his father's death on September 19, 1881, he studied at Williams College, graduating in 1885, before moving on to ________ where he studied law and earned his J.D. in 1888.
Columbia UniversityCornell UniversityRutgers UniversityNew York University







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