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Western saloon: Quiz


Question 1: The earliest saloons were often nothing more than tents or shacks that served homemade ________ that included such ingredients as “raw alcohol, burnt sugar and .
WhiskyAlcoholic beverageScotch whiskyVodka

Question 2: Hoxsie built the Dexter Saloon in ________ and Earp opened the Northern Saloon in Tonopah, Nevada, circa 1902.
Juneau, AlaskaNome, AlaskaUnalaska, AlaskaFairbanks, Alaska

Question 3: 10 in ________, as Wild Bill was playing cards.
Deadwood, South DakotaSpearfish, South DakotaLead, South DakotaRapid City, South Dakota

Question 4: One such incident occurred at The Bull’s Head Saloon in ________.
Deadwood, South DakotaDodge City, KansasTombstone, ArizonaAbilene, Kansas

Question 5: Beer, served at room temperature, was also a popular drink, with Adolphus Busch introducing the artificial ________ and pasteurization of beer in 1880 with his Budweiser brand.
RefrigeratorVapor-compression refrigerationRefrigerationHeat pump

Question 6: The house rotgut was often 100 proof, though it was sometimes cut by the barkeep with turpentine, ________, gun powder or cayenne”.

Question 7: These additional games included ________, darts, and bowling.
Five-pinsCarom billiardsCue sportsBilliard ball

Question 8: Some saloons even included ________ players, can-can girls, and theatrical skits.
PianoPercussion instrumentVibraphoneTimpani

Question 9: The popularity of saloons in the nineteenth-century American West is attested to by the fact that even a town of 3,000 residents, such as 1883’s ________, boasted 33 saloons.
Billings, MontanaMissoula, MontanaBozeman, MontanaLivingston, Montana

Question 10: The first saloon was established at Brown’s Hole, ________, in 1822, to serve fur trappers.


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