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Posted at 09:14 AM ET, 11/04/2011

Are you a Washingtologist? Take the Quiz.

From presidents Lincoln to Garfield, it’s time for the new D.C. trivia quiz on our Washingtology page.

Cultural Tourism DC, celebrating the opening of Lift Every Voice: Georgia Ave./Pleasant Plains Heritage Trail, supplies the questions each week.

Just answer all five questions correctly and claim the title Washingtologist. Here’s one to get you started.


(Library of Congress)
President James A. Garfield was shot at a Washington train station in 1881. What ultimately killed him?

-Food poisoning

-Unsanitary medical techniques

-Pneumonia brought on by infection

-Heart attack

Think you know the answer? Head over to our Washingtology page and find out.

You can leave your own D.C. trivia questions (and the answers) in the comments field below.

By Kyle Balluck  |  09:14 AM ET, 11/04/2011

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