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Question 1: ________. http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguardian/1957/jun/12/1. Retrieved 2008-06-12.
The TimesThe IndependentThe ObserverThe Guardian

Question 2: Built at the Upham Shipyard in ________ and financed by private donations in England and by the American museum, the ship was a symbol of friendship between the United Kingdom and the USA for collaboration in World War II.
PaigntonDartmouth, DevonAxminsterBrixham

Question 3: It is open for tours near Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, ________.
ConnecticutMaineRhode IslandMassachusetts

Question 4: Afterwards, Villiers and crew received a ticker-tape parade in ________.
BrooklynNew York CityNew York metropolitan areaManhattan

Question 5: On Thanksgiving 1970 (350th anniversary of Mayflower landing), Native American activists (with ________) seized Mayflower II in protest.
2009 Peruvian political crisisRussell MeansChiapas conflictManifest Destiny

Question 6: The Mayflower II is a replica of the 17th century ship ________, celebrated for transporting the Pilgrims to the New World.
MayflowerSpeedwell (ship)Plymouth, MassachusettsPilgrim (Plymouth Colony)

Question 7: The ship is seaworthy and sailed to ________ in 2002.
Providence, Rhode IslandColumbus, OhioBostonHartford, Connecticut

Question 8: [1] On April 20, 1957, recreating the original voyage, Mayflower II was sailed across the Atlantic Ocean,[1] under the command of ________.
Francis ChichesterJoshua SlocumIrving JohnsonAlan Villiers







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