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Question 1: About 1.9% of families and 3.6% of the population were below the ________, including 3.8% of those under age 18 and none of those age 65 or over.
BhutanPoverty thresholdCanadaBasic needs

Question 2: In 1750, the ________ granted the township to Captain Moses Pearson and Captain Humphrey Hobbs, together with their respective companies, for services during the French and Indian Wars.
Massachusetts General CourtUnited States CongressOklahoma LegislatureMassachusetts Senate

Question 3: ________ at various streams produced lumber, headings, shooks, barrel staves, carriages, clothing, flour, ice, plaster and packing boxes.
Muslim Agricultural RevolutionWater wheelAl-AndalusWatermill

Question 4: In response, the veterans built at Standish Corner a stockaded fort, which provided protection until Indian hostilities ceased in 1759 with the ________.
Battle of BeauportBattle of the Plains of AbrahamFrench and Indian WarBattle of Sainte-Foy

Question 5: Much of Standish is sandy plains covered with ________, yet farmers found considerable arable land.
PineTsugaScots PinePinophyta

Question 6: Standish also had ________ depots at Richville and Steep Falls.
TramRail transportTransportLocomotive

Question 7: As of the ________[5] of 2000, there were 9,285 people, 3,205 households, and 2,464 families residing in the town.

Question 8: This was once hunting and fishing territory of the ________ tribe whose main village was at Pequawket (now Fryeburg) up the Pequawket Trail (Route 113).

Question 9: [4] Tourists could arrive by train in the morning, ride a side-wheel ________ the whole length of the lakes, then return to the city by evening.
Paddle steamerMississippi RiverNew EnglandSteamboat

Question 10: Standish is a town in Cumberland County, ________, United States.
New HampshireMassachusettsConnecticutMaine

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