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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin

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Franklin's father was:

Part One of the Autobiography opens with a letter to:

In 1730, Franklin enters into a common-law marriage with:

Early in life, Franklin works for his father, who:

Franklin spends much of his teenage years working for:

When Franklin leaves Boston, the first city he travels to is:

In Philadelphia, Franklin begins to work for a printer named:

Shortly after arriving in Philadelphia, Franklin meets the Royal Governor of Pennsylvania, a man named:

In order to make contacts in the printing and stationery industries, Franklin travels to and spends 18 months in:

Which of these positions does Franklin not achieve?

Franklin traveled to England in 1724 with:

Franklin's childhood friend, John Collins,

Before leaving England, Franklin contemplates starting up a school to teach people how to:

Franklin was born in:

Franklin formed a debating society called:

Early in his life, Franklin considered founding:

The Autobiography ends around the year:

Franklin is generally credited with the founding of:

Franklin's major newspaper, which he took over in 1729, was:

One of the major critics who wrote a condemnation of Franklin's Autobiography was:

Part Two of the Autobiography is best described as a(n):

All four parts of Franklin's Autobiography were published and released together in English for the first time:

Apart from the Autobiography, Franklin is perhaps best remembered in print for his:

Franklin gives brief mention in the Autobiography to the death of:

The bulk of the Autobiography was written in:

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