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History of the Pettigrew-White-Stamps House: QUIZ
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1.   Who was the first owner of the Pettigrew-White-Stamps House?
     A. Benjamin B. White
     B. John S. Pettigrew
     C. Sallie O. Stamps
     D. None of the Above

2.   How many times was Benjamin White married?
     A. Once
     B. Twice
     C. Three times
     D. Four times

3.   Which of the following is a structural change that the Pettigrew-White-Stamps House has not undergone?
     A. Kitchen added to main building
     B. Moved and restored to a different site
     C. Drive-through historical service added
     D. Rooms added to support family growth

4.   Who were Thomas, Amos and Sallie?
     A. Pettigrew slaves
     B. Children of Mr. White and his second wife, Mary
     C. Employees of the tannery operated by Mr. White
     D. None of the Above

5.   How did Mattie Stamps acquire the house?
     A. It was willed to her by her sister, Sallie
     B. She inherited the residence from her father
     C. She bought the house from John J. Dodson
     D. None of the Above

6.   Why was the Pettigrew-White-Stamps house moved to its current location?
     A. The house burned and had to be restored
     B. The tract of land was bought by the
          Citizen and Southern Bank
     C. The house was condemned in response to city ordinances
     D. None of the Above

7.   Who of the following never lived in the Pettigrew-White-Stamps House?
     A. Martha and Britt Stamps
     B. Louisa Burton
     C. Thomas Beall
     D. None of the Above

8.   The Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, was organized by citizens in response to:
     A. Repeated destruction caused by house fires
     B. Economic depression
     C. Shortage of hooks and ladders in Thomaston
     D. None of the Above

9.   Which of the following statements is false?
     A. The Pettigrew-White-Stamps house is the oldest
           residence in Thomaston
     B. Benjamin White's daughter Sallie was an organist
           for the Methodist Church
     C. The Upson Historical Society currently owns the
           Pettigrew-White-Stamps House
     D. None of the Above

10.   What sources were used to recount the history of the Pettigrew-White-Stamps House?
     A. City maps
     B. Census information
     C. Family records
     D. All of the Above

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