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Heroic Women

written by: yana999
 
This quiz focuses on ten notable women and their achievements.

Question 1:


Which statement is true about Anne Hennis Trotter, popular as “Mad” Anne?
She was a story teller.
She was a hunter.
She was a frontier scout.
All of these

Question 2:


Who was the first woman to receive a pension from the U.S government as a disabled soldier?
Ann Rowe Hupp
Lucy Adams Hart
Rosanna Waters Farrow
Margaret Cochran Corbin

Question 3:


Nancy Hart Douglas was a Confederate scout, guide and spy during the American Civil War.
False
True

Question 4:


What statement is true about Rosanna Waters Farrow?
She was killed by Indians.
She fought alongside her husband during the American Revolutionary War.
She ransomed three of her sons from execution during the American Revolutionary War.
None of these

Question 5:


Which of these women was a lighthouse keeper who tended the Matinicus Rock Light, in Maine during a severe winter storm?
Abigail (Abbie) Burgess Grant
Rose Maria O'Neal Greenhow
Mammy Kate Heard
Jane McCrea

Question 6:


Which statement is true about Harriet Prudence Patterson Hall?
She was a soldier during the American Revolutionary War.
She was a Confederate spy during the Civil War.
She delivered an important message to the American Army during the American Revolutionary War.
None of these

Question 7:


Mildred Fish Harnack was the only American woman executed for treason by Hitler.
False
True

Question 8:


Lucy Adams Hart went to Washington to persuade President Lincoln into bringing her husband home during Civil War.
True
False

Question 9:


Mammy Kate was a slave owned by Stephen Heard, a future governor of Georgia.
True
False

Question 10:


Hannah Snell hid her true sex while serving in a regiment of the Royal Marines.
False
True

 


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