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F riendly J eopardy!
Rules of Play Players are to be grouped into teams. Answers are revealed on the game board which shows categories and possible points to win or lose for each answer to be picked. A query must be provided for each revealed answer. The team with the last correct query picks the next answer. The answers must be stated as a query. Any person on a team may provide the answer/query, but the first person to raise their hand must answer for the team. An incorrect answer will result in points being deducted. The moderator has sole discretion regarding who gets to provide the query, the time limit for answering and to the acceptability of an answer. The object of the game is not necessarily to win but to have fun learning about the Religious Society of Friends.
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This product was inspired by an Englishman who became a doctor (and then pioneered sterile surgery) because other educational pursuits were unavailable to 19 th Century Quakers.
What is Listerine?
F riendly J eopardy!
Founded in 1837, this school became Guilford College, the first co-educational college in the South (and the third oldest co-educational institution in the nation).
What is New Garden Boarding School?
This school of religion takes its name from the family estate of English "Orthodox" Quaker Joseph John Gurney.
What is the Earlham School of Religion?
The Clintons and Obamas both enrolled their children at this Washington, DC school.
What is Sidwell Friends School?
Created by a bequest from a wealthy Friend and its namesake, this Baltimore university is renowned for its medical school.
What is Johns Hopkins University?
This school has been educating Palestinian children for over 100 years.
What is Ramallah Friends School?
This classic movie was set in 1860s Indiana and starred Gary Cooper as Jess Birdwell and Anthony Perkins as his conflicted son.
What is Friendly Persuasion?
Known as the Dame of English Actresses, She won an Academy Award for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth I in Shakespeare in Love …Ms the word…
Who is Judi Dench?
Grace Kelly played Gary Coopers Quaker wife in this classic Western. …Its about time…
What is High Noon?
This classic book and movie has several Friendly characters. One of them is the namesake for Starbucks Coffee. By the way, Id like a venti white chocolate mocha half-caff skinny.
What is Moby Dick?
Even the Duke gets in on the act in this Friendly-themed movie. Of course, its a Western. How about it, Pilgrim? (whoops! I mean Quaker?)
What is Angel and the Badman?
This cereal company's "Popeye, the Quaker Man" was not favorably viewed by Friends.
What is Quaker Oats?
Quaker State is a brand of motor oil that is obviously tied to Friends. This is another one.
What is Pennzoil?
Their factory was a Quaker experiment in social equality for employees. …and makes delicious eggs!
What is Cadbury Chocolate?
He wrote "The Apology" in 1675, but his family's bank is one of the world's largest today.
Who is (Robert) Barclay?
Quaker pharmacist Charles E. Hires invented this beverage as a substitute for its alcoholic namesake.
What is Root Beer?
Known for his "shaggy locks" and "leather breeches (he was apprenticed to a leather maker in his youth), he is credited as the founder of the Religious Society of Friends.
Who is George Fox?
As a boy, this pioneer's Quaker family moved from his Pennsylvania birthplace to the Yadkin River valley of NC. A nearby city honors him with its name.
Who was Daniel Boone?
His father's reward for defeating the Dutch Navy became the "Quaker State".
Who was William Penn?
Born into Centre Meeting, this father of broadcast journalism recalled his mother often saying "This I believe".
Who was Edward R. Murrow?
This much beloved NC Friend and apple orchard owner authored the UN Treaty of the High Seas… The US is the only nation that has refused to sign it.
Who was Sam Levering?
He witnessed a coffle of slaves being "conducted" past his home and dedicated his life to fighting slavery, as the President of the Underground Railroad.
Who was Levi Coffin?
The Revolutionary Wars fighting Quaker, he was Washington's second in command and most trusted subordinate. His armys 1781 loss set the stage for the British surrender at Yorktown.
Who was Nathanael Greene?
The sister of Joseph John Gurney, she is the mother of English prison reform.
Who was Elizabeth Fry?
Elizabeth Fry visiting Londons Newgate Prison
Abolitionist, reformist, pioneer of womens rights, Levi Coffin was her cousin and fellow crusader.
Who was Lucretia Mott?
Statue of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony and Lucretia Mott in the US Capital
Written in 1895, this book recorded the oral history of Friends who suffered for their peace testimonies, at the hands of the Confederacy, during the Civil War.
What is Southern Heroes?
May we look upon our Treasures, and the furniture of our Houses, and the Garments in which we array ourselves, and try whether the seeds of war have any nourishment in these possessions or not.
Who was John Woolman?
"Walk cheerfully over the earth, answering that of God in everyone
Who was George Fox?
True godliness doesn't turn men out of the world but enables them to live better in it and excites their endeavours to mend it.
Who was William Penn?
"I may be out of the King's protection, but I am never outside of God's!
Who was Margaret Fell Fox?
Established in 1950, this NC place is beloved by thousands who have spent summers there.
What is QLC or Quaker Lake Camp?
Fee Fi Fo FUM… Hey, what about FGC?
What is Friends United Meeting and Friends General Conference?
In battlefield and village, hospital and school, the symbol of this organization has been observed around the world, since 1917.
What is AFSC or the American Friends Service Committee?
Founded in 1943, this organization is the largest team of registered Peace lobbyists in Washington, DC.
What is FCNL or the Friends Committee on National Legislation?
From Burundi to Bolivia, Lebanon to Latvia, and Nepal to North Carolina; liberal to evangelical, traditional to fundamentalist, this is the only Friends organization that is common to all Quakers.
What is FWCC or Friends World Committee on Consultation?
What is FCNL or the Friends Committee on National Legislation?
Let women then go on -- not asking favors, but claiming as a right the removal of all hindrances to her elevation in the scale of being -- let her receive encouragement for the proper cultivation of all her powers, so that she may enter profitably into the active business of life... Then in the marriage union, the independence of the husband and wife will be equal, their dependence mutual, and their obligations reciprocal.
Who was Lucretia Mott?
He was the artist of this series of paintings... Wasn't his cousin also a famous Quaker?
Who was Edward Hicks?
This Rock-n-Roll hall of famer has also won 8 Grammy awards…now thats something to talk about!
Who is Bonnie Raitt?
Her book Silent Spring is widely credited with launching the modern environmentalist movement. A national estuarine sanctuary, located in NC is now named for her.
Who was Rachel Carson?
A Pulitzer Prize-winning author, some of his sagas include "Centennial", "Chesapeake" and "Tales of the South Pacific.
Who was James Michener?
This folk singer was one of the headliners at Woodstock and has been leader in the Peace Movement since the 1960s.
Who is Joan Baez?
This is the year by which the Society marks its beginning.
What is 1652?
The Quakers have shown us that it is possible to carry into action something which is deeply rooted in the minds of many; Sympathy with others; the desire to help others; that significant expression of sympathy between men, without regard to nationality or race; feelings which, when carried into deeds, must provide the foundation of a lasting peace. For this reason they are today worthy of receiving Nobel's Peace Prize.
What is 1947?
North Carolina Yearly Meeting (then, there was only one NCYM!) held its first session in this year.
What is 1697?
The Daily Double!
While Friends are believed to have been meeting at the spring nearly two decades earlier, the Meeting was officially recognized in this year.
What is 1773?
The governor of NC and the State Council were held hostages in Springs meeting house during the bloody Battle of Lindleys Mill in this year.
What is 1781?
The battle left over 250 dead and wounded soldiers for the meeting to care for, with many buried in a mass grave in Springs burial ground.
A Quaker who is heavy with regard to respectability?
What is a Weighty Friend?
Prayerful discernment or persuasion that gives birth to following Gods will…
What is to labor?
To be disciplined or lectured tobut not necessarily by an older Friend.
What is to be Eldered?
Its not a geometric term, but the task of preparing oneself for worship.
What is to center?
Most Friends dont believe in the rather passive process of Conversion and instead, practice this more active process.
What is Convincement?
Upon reaching its summit (with much ado), George Fox envisioned a people to be gathered (but no witches!)
What is Pendle Hill?
Margaret Fell Foxs estate, the hub of early Quakerism, also has a Quaker college of the same name.
What is Swarthmoor Hall?
This country claims the largest concentration of members of the Religious Society of Friends.
What is Kenya?
Liberal Quaker leader Elias Hicks was from this yearly meeting.
What is New York?
They are three of the five American colonies which were, at one time, all governed by Quakers.
What are North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Rhode Island ?
H _ l _ _n _ h _ _ _ g _ _
What is Hold in the Light?
_ t _ l l _ m _ l l _ _ _ c _
What is Still small Voice?
S _ _ _ k T _ _ t h t _ _ _ w _ r
What is Speak Truth to power?
S _ _ s _ _ f t _ _ _ _ _ t_ _ g
What is Sense of the meeting?
W_ _ w_ _ _ _ p _ n
What is Way will open?
One of his many quotes from Leaves of Grass was O Captain, my Captain!.
Who was Walt Whitman?
His masterpiece, Last of the Mohicans, was set in the French and Indian War.
Who was James Fennimore Cooper?
This Talking Head has received, Academy Awards, Grammy Awards and Golden Globe Awards, but may be best known for his 1980s classics Burning Down the House, And She Was and Once in a Lifetime.
Who is David Byrne?
This iconic folk singer has also been a mainstay of the peace movement. Where have all the flowers gone?
Who is Pete Seeger?
In 1652, George Fox spoke to about 1000 seekers on this spot, which came to be known as Foxs Pulpit.
What is Firbank Fell?
This contemporary band leader left his native South Africa when a teen to evade military service.
Who is Dave Matthews?
Im not a crook
Who was Richard Nixon?
Raised a Friend, he became a rebel without a cause.
Who was James Dean?
His best known film role is probably as Mahatma Gandhi.
Who is Ben Kingsley?
In 1660, she was hung in Boston Common.
Who was Mary Dyer?
Her aim was to tour with Buffalo Bill.
Who was Annie Oakley?
Born and raised at New Garden, she rescued Gilbert Stuarts Portrait of George Washington just before the British burned down the White House.
Who was Dolley Payne Todd Madison?
He was the keynote speaker at the Friends General Conference Annual Gathering of 1958.
Who was Martin Luther King, Jr.?
Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara confided that this persons November 1965 act of protest against the Vietnam War, on the steps of the Pentagon, was the saddest day of his career.
Who was Norman Morrison?
Among other faiths, he tried the Society of Friends briefly but eventually started his own ill-fated church, in the end drinking the kool-aid.
Who was Jim Jones?
Due to their collective ancestry, this President and his staff were referred to, often derisively, as the Quaker Cabinet.
Who was Abraham Lincoln?
Quaker Cabinet Photo
Now a museum, this Jamestown, NC home & farm was a station on the Underground Railroad.
What is the Mendenhall Plantation?
This 19 th Century Englishman is remembered as one of the greatest orators to ever sit in Parliament.
Who was John Bright
The Daily Double!
Upon his return to England to join Parliament, this former 17 th Century governor of the Carolina colonies was refused admission because of his scruples against taking an oath of office.
Who was John Archdale?
This Public Enemy #1 was raised a Friend but was eventually hunted down and killed by FBI agents.
Who was John Dillinger
This Friend is a current, upcoming folk singer.
Who is Carrie Newcomer?
This Arthur Miller play was loosely based on the Puritans enmity for Quakers in 17 th Century Massachusetts.
What is The Crucible?
Writing (among other things): I believed that the doctrine and the history of such extra-ordinary people were worthy of curiosity, this French philosopher wrote admiring commentaries about Friends.
Who was Voltaire?
Known by this definitive name, Pioneer Industrial Revolutionist Andrew Darby built it as the first of its kind in both England and in the world. The 1781 structure still stands today.
What is Ironbridge?
He was kidnapped tragically and murdered in Baghdad while serving as a Christian Peacemaker in 2006.
Who was Tom Fox?
The father was the Father of American Botany while the sons explored and documented much of what is known about 18 th Century native and natural NC and America. Their Travels and drawings are still studied today.
Who were the Bartrams? (John Sr., John Jr., and William)
Dear Lord and Father of Mankind
Who was John Greenleaf Whittier?
When he arrived in Philadelphia for the very first time, he got off his ship and curiously followed the street crowd into a plain looking building and like them sat, mysteriously, in silence.
Who was Benjamin Franklin?
These Philadelphia merchant brothers (and friends of John Woolman) were imprisoned for refusing to sell goods to the Continental Army. Later, their descendant surrendered the Confederate Army after the siege of Vicksburg.
Who were James and Israel Pemberton?
Many descendants of Friends who lived on this New England island (The Nixons, Starbucks, Coffins, Worths, Gardners, Macys, etc.) emigrated to NC, leaving their whaling livelihood behind.
What is Nantucket?
Raised at Centre Meeting, he left to study Law, becoming NCs first post Civil War Governor.
Who was Jonathan Worth?
This husband and wife both practiced medicine. Opening their farm in the Centre Meeting community to tend to resident patients, they essentially became the first regular hospital in NC.
Who were David and Eunice Gardner Worth?
Guilford County Native William Sydney Porter was better known by this alias.
Who was O. Henry?
A former Communist, he became a convinced Friend in 1941 and later accused Alger Hiss of having been one, too, using the infamous Pumpkin Papers to prove the point.
Who was Whitaker Chambers?
Early 20 th Century Diplomat and Intellectual, this Friend is honored on Japans 5000 Yen ($50) Bill.