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Peabody, Massachusetts: Quiz

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Question 1: As of the ________[4] of 2000, there were 48,129 people, 18,581 households, and 12,988 families residing in the city.
FranceSpainCensusItaly

Question 2: The name was changed on April 30, 1868 to Peabody after George Peabody, a noted ________.
Foundation (non-profit)Charitable organizationAltruismPhilanthropy

Question 3: Peabody's town center is two miles from the center of Salem, and is 15 miles northeast of ________, 18 miles west-southwest of [[Gloucester, Massachusetts|Gloucester and 18 miles southeast of Lawrence.
BostonDenverPhoenix, ArizonaAtlanta

Question 4: ________, Salem witch hysteria victim
Rebecca NurseElizabeth ProctorThe CrucibleJohn Proctor

Question 5: John Tudor, ________ Pitcher, World Series Pitcher (1979–1990) Multiple Teams both AL and NL
American LeagueNational LeagueBaseball awardsMajor League Baseball

Question 6: ________, early American astronomer, mathematician, and navigator
Pierre-Simon LaplaceIsaac NewtonNathaniel BowditchSalem, Massachusetts

Question 7: Jerry DeLucca, Former professional football player, ________
Bill Belichick2009 New England Patriots seasonNew England PatriotsTom Brady

Question 8: Peabody (pronounced /ˈpiːbədi/) is a city in Essex County, ________, United States.
MassachusettsConnecticutRhode IslandMaine

Question 9: ________, author, journalist (while working for The Peabody Times in the 1970s)
Joe LiebermanJoe KleinBill ClintonGeorge W. Bush

Question 10: 20.7% were of Italian, 20.0% Irish, 8.4% Portuguese, 6.1% English, 5.4% American and 5.2% Greek ancestry according to ________.
White AmericanMexican American2000 United States CensusHispanic and Latino Americans







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