The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch


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Round 1 Questions

 
In what book did a man have a plan to buy his family?
    
 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"
 
In what book was a boy's job to serve ice water?


"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"

 
 
In what book does someone sing
while wearing a green dress?

 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"

In what book did someone's sister claim never to have lied?
 
 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"
 
In what book does a boy reside on Homochitto Street?

 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"
 
In what book did a boy sell a chicken for a dime?

 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"

In what book does someone work on board the Altamont?
 
 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"

In what book does a boy call Natchez, Mississippi home?
 
 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"

In what book does a boy find opportunity in photography?
 
 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"

In what book does a young man
eavesdrop on school lessons? 

 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"
 
In what book does a man
"gain the power to change the law"?

 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"
 
In what book does a man make a speech about
"land of the free and the home of the brave"?

 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"
 
In what book are "harsh realities" contrasted with a
"light hearted style of artwork"?

 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"
 
In what book is a boy half Irish?

 
"The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch"


Round 2 Questions

 
In "John Roy Lynch", what color did the North wear?
    

Blue 

Where was John Roy Lynch when he heard the news that President Lincoln was dead?
 

[on board] the Altamont / on the boat /
with sailors / sailing 

Why could John Roy Lynch not vote in 1867?
 

Because he was too young. 
 
What was the name of the Governor who appointed
John Roy Lynch as Justice of the Peace?


[Governor General Adelbert] Ames 
 
In "John Roy Lynch", what is the name for
the dozen years following the Civil War?


"reconstruction"
(Historical Note)
 




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