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Rochester, New Hampshire: Quiz

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Question 1: In the early 1900s, Rochester Postmaster Osman Warren contacted ________ to secure his help in providing financial help in building a new library.
Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon UniversityPittsburgh Life Sciences GreenhouseAndrew CarnegieCarnegie Mellon University

Question 2: About 6.3% of families and 8.4% of the population were below the ________, including 11.7% of those under age 18 and 8.8% of those age 65 or over.
Basic needsBhutanPoverty thresholdCanada

Question 3: Rochester is a city in Strafford County, ________, United States.
Manchester, New HampshireMassachusettsNew HampshireConcord, New Hampshire

Question 4: Allard Baird, assistant general manager, the ________
Boston Red Sox all-time rosterBabe RuthBoston Red Sox2004 Boston Red Sox season

Question 5: ________, political activist and presidential candidate
Lyndon LaRoucheLaRouche movementU.S. Labor PartyLaRouche criminal trials

Question 6: ________, professional hockey player, Philadelphia Flyers
New York IslandersFreddy MeyerAlexei Zhitnik2005–06 NHL season

Question 7: Rochester passed out of the silent movie era on May 20, 1929 with the arrival of the first talking motion picture in the city, titled The Wild Party, starring ________.
SchizophreniaClara BowB. P. SchulbergDorothy Parker

Question 8: The highest point in Rochester is a southern extension of Nute Ridge, at 581 feet (177 m) above ________, occupying the northern corner of the city.
Current sea level riseSea levelPhysical oceanographyThermohaline circulation

Question 9: They fished, hunted and farmed, moving locations when their agriculture exhausted the soil for growing pumpkins, squash, ________ and maize.
Common beanSoybeanBeanPulse (legume)

Question 10: The Kessel Fire Brick Company was established in 1889, and at one time bricks for new buildings at ________ were made in Gonic.
Harvard CrimsonRutgers UniversityBrown UniversityHarvard University







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