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Question 1: He then saw a ghostly figure dressed in the traditional garb of the Shakespearean character ________.
Hamlet on screenHamlet (bibliographies)William ShakespeareHamlet

Question 2: Willie Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's 11-year-old son, died in the White House of ________ on February 20, 1862.
Typhoid feverCholeraPlague (disease)Campylobacteriosis

Question 3: The ________ is the oldest building on President's Park.
Washington, D.C.United States CapitolOld Executive Office BuildingWhite House

Question 4: [58][53] Rear Admiral ________ purchased the home in 1851.
USS San Jacinto (1850)United States Exploring ExpeditionCharles WilkesTrent Affair

Question 5: Kincaid, a journalist for The Louisville Times, had accused Taulbee of ________ and involvement in a Patent Office scandal, which had ruined Taulbee's political career.

Question 6: Witnesses in the past two centuries have reported that ________ can be heard playing his violin in the Yellow Oval Room.
John AdamsThomas JeffersonBenjamin FranklinJames Monroe

Question 7: [8][109] The home was sold in 1900 to Albert Clemens, a nephew of ________.
Mark TwainA Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's CourtLetters from the EarthThe Mysterious Stranger

Question 8: There are a number of reportedly haunted locations in Washington, D.C. The city is the capital of the ________, and was founded (pursuant to an Act of Congress) on July 16, 1790.
AlaskaPhilippinesCanadaUnited States

Question 9: [96] He lost nearly all his life's savings in the ________.
Panic of 1907Financial crisis of 2007–2010Panic of 1893Panic of 1873

Question 10: William P. Taulbee had been a congressman from ________ from 1884 to 1888.


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