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Lyman Beecher: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: The Harriet Beecher Stowe House in ________ is the former home of her father Lyman Beecher on the former campus of the Lane Theological Seminary.
Columbus, OhioHamilton County, OhioClevelandCincinnati

Question 2: He was later called to Boston's Hanover Church, he began preaching against ________, which was then sweeping the area.
UnitarianismUnitarian Christian AssociationUnitarian Universalist Christian FellowshipChristian Universalism

Question 3: He gained popular recognition in 1806, after giving a sermon concerning the duel between Alexander Hamilton and ________.
Jacob K. JavitsAaron BurrMartin Van BurenDaniel S. Dickinson

Question 4: He began his religious career in ________.
New York CityLong IslandBrooklynSuffolk County, New York

Question 5: Even though Beecher was exonerated by the Presbyterian church, he eventually resigned his post in Cincinnati and went back East to live with his son Henry in ________ in 1850.
BrooklynSuffolk County, New YorkQueensNew York City

Question 6: He moved to Litchfield, Connecticut, in 1810 and started to preach ________.
ArminianismCalvinismCovenant theologyProtestant Reformation

Question 7: These new measures were an outworking of the practice of evangelist ________, and for the time brought turmoil to churches all across America.
Restoration MovementHoliness movementMethodismCharles Grandison Finney

Question 8: Beecher was born in ________, to David Beecher, a blacksmith, and Esther Hawley Lyman.
Hartford, ConnecticutWaterbury, ConnecticutBridgeport, ConnecticutNew Haven, Connecticut

Question 9: It is open to the public and operated as an historical and cultural site, focusing on ________, the Lane Theological Seminary and the Underground Railroad.
Uncle Tom's CabinSojourner TruthHarriet Beecher StoweHarriet Tubman

Question 10: The site also presents ________ history.
African AmericanAfrican American cultureAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Great Migration (African American)
















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