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Question 1: Louisa grew up in London and Nantes, France, where the family took refuge during the ________.
United StatesMassachusettsAmerican RevolutionUnited States Constitution

Question 2: Her husband died at the ________ in 1848; after which, she remained in Washington until her death on May 15, 1852, at the age of 77.
United States CongressRussell Senate Office BuildingUnited States SenateUnited States Capitol

Question 3: She was buried at his side, as well as President John Adams and first lady ________, in the United First Parish Church in Quincy, Massachusetts (also known as the Church of the Presidents).
Pat NixonBarbara BushBetty FordAbigail Adams

Question 4: Born in ________, she was the only foreign-born First Lady.
StockholmMoscowLondonBerlin

Question 5: Louisa was sickly, plagued by ________ and frequent fainting spells.
Familial hemiplegic migraineCluster headacheMigraineTension headache

Question 6: Her father was originally from Maryland and served as United States consulate general in ________ after 1790.
MoscowLondonBerlinStockholm

Question 7: Louisa thought she was retiring to Massachusetts permanently, but in 1831 her husband began seventeen years of service in the ________.
United States House of RepresentativesUnited States CongressState governments of the United StatesUnited States Senate

Question 8: Peace negotiations called Adams to ________ in 1814 and then to London.
Sint-NiklaasGhentDendermondeRonse

Question 9:
Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams, born Louisa Catherine Johnson (February 12, 1775 – May 15, 1852), wife of John Quincy Adams, was ________ from 1825 to 1829.
Religious affiliations of United States PresidentsFirst Lady of the United StatesLiving First Ladies of the United StatesPresident of the United States

Question 10: Adams' father, ________, then President of the United States, overcame his initial objections to his son marrying a foreigner and welcomed his daughter-in-law into the family.
Benjamin FranklinMartin Van BurenThomas JeffersonJohn Adams







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