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Question 1 true False Silversmiths used a flint like stone called touchstone true or false
Answer 1 correct! Silversmiths used a flint like stone called touchstone. They made hammers and tea pots out of this material. Next question
Question 2 B C A Did Silversmiths make A:sliver B: copper and sliver or C: touchstone coins
Answer 2 Next question Yes! Silversmiths made sliver and copper coins for the colonial leaders when demanded
Question 3 false Do silversmiths use hammers? True or false True
Answer 3 Next question Correct! Silversmiths used hammers and anvils to make tools and coins.
Question 4 B Who was the first silversmith. A: John Hull B: Henrey Ford C: George Washington John Hull Henry Ford George Washington A C
Answer 4 Next question John Hull was the first silversmith because colonist wanted sliver coins made only for the colonist.
Question 5 True False Are silversmiths native Americans? True or false
Answer 5 To the end! False silversmiths where colonist. Who only made tools and coins for the colonist
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