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Question 1: Barnstable, the ________ (county seat) of the county, first settled in 1639 and incorporated 1650.
ArkansasCounty seatNew YorkMississippi

Question 2: Frenchman ________ had explored the area extensively in 1605.
WampanoagNative Americans in the United StatesSamuel de ChamplainPilgrim (Plymouth Colony)

Question 3:
What region does Plymouth Colony belong to?
New add
northern New Guinea
Six Nations Reserve, Ontario, and central New York
southern Papua New Guinea

Question 4:
What type of government does Plymouth Colony have?
Confederate Monarchy
Constitutional monarchy and Limited Parilamentary Government
Monarchy
monarchy

Question 5:
What is Plymouth Colony's current status?
Defunct
colony
ended
Updating every day

Question 6: [2][3] The congregation then left England and emigrated to the Netherlands, first to ________ and then to Leiden, in 1609.
AmsterdamBerlinAthensStockholm

Question 7: Several laws dealt with ________, a legal status whereby a person would work off debts or be given training in exchange for a period of unrecompensed service.
Indentured servantBarbadosGuyanaAustralia

Question 8: Many of the people and events surrounding Plymouth Colony have become part of ________, including the North American tradition known as Thanksgiving and the monument known as Plymouth Rock.
History of the United StatesAmerican literatureUnited StatesFolklore of the United States

Question 9: The event now commemorated by the United States at the end of November each year is more properly termed a "________".
Harvest festivalIndustrial agricultureAgricultureSustainable agriculture

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Front page of William Bradford's manuscript for Of Plimoth Plantation
  Portrait of King Philip, by Paul Revere, illustration from the 1772 edition of Benjamin Church's The Entertaining History of King Philip's War
  Title page of Captain John Smith's 1616 work A Description of New England, the first text to use the name "New Plymouth" to describe the site of the future colony
















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