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William Goebel: Quiz


Question 1:
William Goebel, Steve Beshear and Governor of Kentucky are all:
People from Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania People murdered in Kentucky Duellists Governors of Kentucky

Question 2: After a few years of private practice, Goebel partnered with Kentucky state representative ________ for five years, then rejoined Stevenson's practice in Covington as a partner.
James Guthrie (American politician)George M. BibbJohn G. CarlisleHenry Clay

Question 3: For several days, the state hovered on the brink of a possible ________.
Military historyChemical warfareCivil warNaval warfare

Question 4:
William Goebel, Alben W. Barkley and Jack Conway (politician) are all:
Kentucky Democrats Kentucky State Senators American people of German descent Unsolved murders in the United States

Question 5: [5] After graduating from ________ in 1877, Goebel enrolled at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, but withdrew to support his family after the death of his father.
University of CincinnatiUniversity of Cincinnati Academic Health CenterUniversity of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and PlanningUniversity of Cincinnati College of Law

Question 6: [4] Convictions were handed down against Taylor's ________ Caleb Powers, Henry Youtsey, and Jim Howard.
United KingdomSecretary of StateUnited StatesPope John Paul II

Question 7: Goebel's father moved the family to ________ on his return from military service in 1863.
Erlanger, KentuckyCovington, KentuckyKenton County, KentuckyIndependence, Kentucky

Question 8: These dynamics led to a close contest between Goebel and ________.
William S. TaylorWilliam GoebelAugustus E. WillsonJ. C. W. Beckham

Question 9:
William Goebel, Jim Bunning and Richard Mentor Johnson are all:
Populism Governors of Kentucky Kentucky State Senators 1900 deaths

Question 10: He abandoned that trade, and after a brief stint at Hollingsworth Business College, became a student in the law firm of ________, who had served as governor of Kentucky from 1871 to 1877.
James Turner Morehead (Kentucky)Happy ChandlerJ. C. W. BeckhamJohn W. Stevenson


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