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Question 1: The five colonists killed included ________, Samuel Gray, and Patrick Carr.
Boston MassacreBostonCrispus AttucksMassachusetts

Question 2: The Old State House is a historic legislative building located at the intersection of Washington and State Streets in Boston, ________, USA.
MaineMassachusettsConnecticutRhode Island

Question 3: On the second floor, the east side contained the Council Chamber of the Royal Governor while the west end of the second floor contained chambers for the Courts of Suffolk County and the ________.
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial CourtConnecticut Supreme CourtMinnesota Supreme CourtMargaret H. Marshall

Question 4: But perhaps they would also have been pleased to know that eventually we came together again as free peoples and friends to defend together the very ideals for which the ________ was fought.
United StatesMassachusettsAmerican RevolutionUnited States Constitution

Question 5: In 1761, James Otis argued against the ________ in the Royal Council Chamber.
Writ of assistanceStamp Act 1765Townshend ActsMolasses Act

Question 6: She was shown a sample of original tea from the ________ of 1773.
Intolerable ActsTownshend ActsBoston Tea PartyStamp Act 1765

Question 7: After the ________, the building served as the seat of the Massachusetts state government before its move to the present Massachusetts State House in 1798.
VirginiaAmerican RevolutionUnited StatesUnited States Constitution

Question 8: Thomas Crafts (one of the ________).
Invasion of Canada (1775)Sons of LibertyCapture of Fort TiconderogaLiberty pole

Question 9: On July 18, 1776, the ________ was proclaimed from the east side balcony to jubilant crowds by Col.
SerbiaDeclaration of independenceBosnia and HerzegovinaCyprus

Question 10: Though losing the case, Otis's speech was one of the events which led to the ________.
American RevolutionUnited StatesMassachusettsUnited States Constitution


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