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Question 1: About 14.9% of families and 21.0% of the population were below the ________, including 30.0% of those under age 18 and 15.8% of those age 65 or over.
CanadaBhutanPoverty thresholdBasic needs

Question 2: [6] The county court was organized at the house of Thomas Gibbons, but as the early records were destroyed during the ________, nothing is known of its transactions.
United StatesTennesseeAmerican Civil WarBleeding Kansas

Question 3: Among Christian churches, congregations are predominantly ________.
BaptistChristian denominationChristianityEcumenism

Question 4: Congressman Samuel Powell, 1776-1841, was a ________ Representative from Tennessee from 1815-17; he also served as a circuit judge in Rogersville.
Federalist PartyDemocratic-Republican PartyDemocratic Party (United States)Whig Party (United States)

Question 5: Tidal spring. Called Sinking Spring in a land grant given a Union officer for distinguished service, Ebbing and Flowing Spring is one of only two known springs in the world to exhibit ________ characteristics.
Current sea level riseTideTidal powerPhysical oceanography

Question 6: Rogers, with the help of other local settlers, laid out a plan for the town, and the town of Rogersville was chartered by the ________ in 1789.
Alabama LegislatureIndiana General AssemblyUnited States CongressNorth Carolina General Assembly

Question 7: When it was constructed, the Inn was located on a major ________ route from Northeast Tennessee to Knoxville.
Charles BollesMidwestern United StatesStagecoachBoston

Question 8: Robert "Bob" Smith, 1895-1987, was a Major League Baseball player for the Cincinnati Reds, the ________, and the Boston Braves from 1925-37; he was born and raised in Rogersville.
Chicago CubsChicago Cubs franchise historyChicago Cubs all-time rosterPeoria Chiefs

Question 9: Much of the Town is listed on the ________.
National Register of Historic PlacesProperty type (National Register of Historic Places)History of the National Register of Historic PlacesNational Park Service

Question 10: After surrendering to United States Army General William T. Sherman in North Carolina, General Stewart was paroled and later taught at ________ in Lebanon, Tennessee.
Cumberland UniversityBethel University (Tennessee)Trevecca Nazarene UniversityLambuth University


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