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Josiah Bartlett: Quiz

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Question 1: Josiah Bartlet" was also referred to (as a historical Boston medical practitioner) in a 1986 episode of the hospital drama series ________.
Homicide: Life on the StreetCheersSt. ElsewhereHill Street Blues

Question 2: His portrait hangs in the State House in ________, drawn from an original by Jonathan Trumbull.
Keene, New HampshireConcord, New HampshireNashua, New HampshireManchester, New Hampshire

Question 3: He was later Chief Justice of the ________ and Governor of the state.
New Hampshire ConstitutionGovernment of New HampshirePortsmouth, New HampshireNew Hampshire Supreme Court

Question 4: Despite the spelling difference, the character (played by ________), who is also a former governor and Congressman from New Hampshire, is a fictional direct descendant of the New Hampshire signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Sam WaterstonCharlie SheenMartin SheenGabriel Byrne

Question 5: In one of Governor Wentworth's last acts before being expelled from New Hampshire in 1775, he revoked Bartlett's commissions as Justice, Militia Colonel, and ________.
ParliamentBicameralismParliamentary systemMember of Parliament

Question 6: In 1774, Bartlett joined the Assembly's ________ and began his work with the revolutionary leaders of the other twelve colonies.
First Continental CongressAmerican RevolutionCommittee of correspondenceSamuel Adams

Question 7: president on The West Wing, a popular NBC television drama series, is named "________".
Leo McGarryC. J. CreggJosiah BartletJosh Lyman

Question 8: He also began the study of ________, working in the office of Dr.
Specialty (medicine)PhysicianMedicineSurgery

Question 9: On August 2, 1776 when delegates signed the formal copy of the ________, his position made him the second to sign, just after John Hancock, the president of the Congress.
Bosnia and HerzegovinaSerbiaDeclaration of independenceCyprus

Question 10: When the question of declaring independence from ________ was officially brought up in 1776, as a representative of the northernmost colony Bartlett was the first to be asked, and answered in the affirmative.
ScotlandGreat BritainUnited KingdomEngland







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