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Question 1: During the ________, he served in the Continental Army and participated in the Battle of Brandywine.
New York and New Jersey campaignSaratoga campaignAmerican Revolutionary WarUnited States

Question 2: Robert Smith at the ________
U.S. Navy MuseumUnited States NavyUnited States Naval AcademyNaval History & Heritage Command

Question 3: President ________ appointed him as Secretary of the Navy in July, 1801 after William Jones declined the position.
Thomas JeffersonJohn AdamsJames MonroeBenjamin Franklin

Question 4: He bitterly opposed Treasury Secretary ________.
James MonroeAlbert GallatinWilliam H. CrawfordRichard Rush

Question 5: Robert Smith at the ________
United States Department of StateUnder Secretary of State for ManagementBureau of Diplomatic SecurityUnited States Secretary of State

Question 6: Jefferson's successor, President ________, immediately appointed Smith as Secretary of State, an office which he held from March 6, 1809 until his forced resignation on April 1, 1811.
Thomas JeffersonAlexander HamiltonJames MadisonJames Monroe

Question 7: He graduated from Princeton in 1781 and began to practice law in ________.
VirginiaPennsylvaniaMarylandDelaware

Question 8: Robert Smith died in ________, on November 26, 1842.
BaltimoreBaltimore–Washington Metropolitan AreaRockville, MarylandAnnapolis, Maryland

Question 9: On March 2, 1805, the Senate confirmed the appointments of Smith as ________ and Jacob Crowninshield as Secretary of the Navy.
United States Attorney GeneralEric HolderAlberto GonzalesRobert F. Kennedy

Question 10: Robert Smith (November 3, 1757 – November 26, 1842) was the second ________ from 1801 to 1809 and the sixth United States Secretary of State from 1809 to 1811.
Uniformed services of the United StatesMilitary awards of the United States Department of the NavyUnited States armed forcesUnited States Secretary of the Navy







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