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Question 1: [2] A captain, who rose to the rank of colonel in the Continental Army,[1] he fought at the Battle of White Plains and in the ________.
Washington's crossing of the Delaware RiverBattle of Red BankBattle of MonmouthPhiladelphia campaign

Question 2: Their second son, Benjamin Chew Howard, was also a prominent politician in ________, serving four terms in the U.S. Congress.
VirginiaDelawareMarylandPennsylvania

Question 3: John Eager Howard (June 4, 1752 – October 12, 1827) was an American soldier and politician from ________.
VirginiaDelawarePennsylvaniaMaryland

Question 4: Howard was an Episcopalian, and a Brother of a Baltimore lodge of ________.
Co-FreemasonrySocietas RosicrucianaAnti-MasonryFreemasonry

Question 5: [1][2] ________, is named for him.
Columbia, MarylandAnne Arundel County, MarylandHoward County, MarylandEllicott City, Maryland

Question 6: He developed the property "Waverley" at ________ for George.
Ellicott City, MarylandAnne Arundel County, MarylandHoward County, MarylandColumbia, Maryland

Question 7: He was awarded a silver medal by Congress for his leadership at the ________,[1] during which he commanded the 3rd Maryland Regiment, Continental Army.
Battle of Guilford Court HouseSouthern theater of the American Revolutionary WarBattle of CowpensBattle of Fishing Creek

Question 8: Although he was offered the Secretaryship of War in the Administration of President George Washington, he declined it, as well as a 1798 commission to ________ during the preparations for the coming Quasi-War with France.
Brigadier GeneralMilitary rankSecond LieutenantMajor General







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