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Lunch counter: Quiz


Question 1: [1] Lunch counters were often found in other ________ stores, like S. H. Kress, H.L. Green, McLellan's or McCrory's.
SpainUnited KingdomVariety storeUnited States

Question 2: Integrating lunch counters in the ________ through the use of sit-ins in the 1960s was a major accomplishment of the Civil Rights Movement.
Midwestern United StatesSouthern United StatesNortheastern United StatesNew England

Question 3: A lunch counter is a small restaurant, much like a ________, where the patron sits on a stool on one side of the bar and the server serves from the other side of the bar, where the kitchen is.
Greasy spoonNortheastern United StatesUnited StatesDiner

Question 4: As the name suggests, they were most widely used for the ________ meal.

Question 5: Lunch Counter is also the name of a famous whitewater section of the Snake River south of ________ in the United States.
Cody, WyomingCheyenne, WyomingJackson, WyomingCasper, Wyoming

Question 6: Woolworths opened their first luncheonette in ________ and expanded rapidly from there.
New Albany, IndianaEvansville, IndianaJeffersonville, IndianaRichmond, Indiana


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