AMERICAN HISTORY

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THE RECONSTRUCTED BIRTHPLACE OF THIS PRESIDENT, KNOWN AS "TEEDIE" WHEN HE LIVED THERE, IS ON E. 20TH ST. IN NYC THEODORE ROOSEVELT
A FINE COLLECTION OF HAIIDA & TLINGIT TOTEM POLES WAS TOTED TO SITKA NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK IN THIS STATE ALASKA
RESIDENTS OF WILLIAMSBURG'S LAVISH GOVERNOR'S PALACE INCLUDED THIS FAMOUS ORATOR, THE FIRST GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA AFTER INDEPENDENCE PATRICK HENRY
SPLENDORS OF THE GILDED AGE ADORN THE LIGHTNER MUSEUM, ONCE A GILDED AGE HOTEL IN THIS OLDEST FLORIDA CITY ST. AUGUSTINE
THE JOHNSON WAS HEADQUARTERS, DESIGNED BY THIS LATE AMERICAN, IS ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
I'M ON DUKE OF GLOUCESTER ST. IN COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG, WHICH THIS U.S. PRESIDENT CALLED THE "MOST HISTORIC AVENUE IN ALL AMERICA" WHEN HE VISITED IN 1934 FDR
THE RANDOM HOUSE HISTORIC DICITONARY OF AMERICAN SLANG HAS AN 1896 CITATION OF "DIFF" AS SHORT FOR THIS DIFFERENCE
YOU CAN VISIT THIS NORTH AMERICAN COUNTRY'S L'ANSE AUX MEADOWS HISTORIC PARK EVEN IF YOU'RE NOT A VIKING CANADA
THIS WASHINGTON, D.C. LANDMARK CALLS ITSELF "THE NATION'S OLDEST FEDERAL CULTURAL INSTITUTION" LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
JULY 4 IS A RED-LETTER DAY AT THIS AUTHOR'S BIRTHPLACE IN SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS; THAT'S THE DAY HE WAS BORN IN 1804 NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
YOU'LL FIND THE AMELIA EARHART BIRTHPLACE MUSEUM IN THIS KANSAS TOWN, THE FIRST NAME IN A FAMOUS RAILROAD TRIO ATCHISON
A NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK AND PRESERVE NAMED FOR THIS PIRATE INCLUDES THE SITE OF THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS JEAN LAFITTE
THE RUINS OF PU'UKOHOLA HEIAU, A TEMPLE BUILT BY THIS KING, ARE A NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE KING KAMEHAMEHA
ON FEB. 9, 1861 HE WAS ELECTED PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE CONFEDERACY JEFFERSON DAVIS
ALPHABETICALLY, HE'S THE FIRST U.S. VICE PRESIDENT JOHN ADAMS
A SLAVE CALLED ISABELLA AT BIRTH ADOPTED THIS UNUSUAL NAME IN 1843 AND BECAME AN ITINERANT PREACHER SOJOURNER TRUTH
THIS AMERICAN EDUCATOR BORN IN 1796 FAVORED THE ABOLITION OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN SCHOOLS HORACE MANN
FARMER JABEZ STONE SELLS HIS SOUL IN HIS CLASSIC STORY "THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER" STEPHEN VINCENT BENET
IN THE 1840S HE OPENED A PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO ON FULTON & BROADWAY IN NYC MATTHEW BRADY
CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT SUCCEEDED THIS WOMAN AS PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION SUSAN B. ANTHONY
A FLAG WITH A RED CROSS ON IT FLIES OVER HER GLEN ECHO, MD HOME, NOW A NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE CLARA BARTON
WE TELL YOU NO "TAILS": 19TH-C. ASTRONOMER GEORGE PHILLIPS BOND DISCOVERED 11 OF THESE CELESTIAL BODIES COMETS
CIVIL WAR VETERAN IRA DUTTON BECAME BROTHER JOSEPH AND HELPED FATHER DAMIEN CARE FOR THE LEPERS ON THIS ISLAND MOLOKAI
HE WAS AN ARTIST AND A CANAL ENGINEER BEFORE BUILDING HIS FIRST STEAMBOAT ROBERT FULTON
A CLERK IN THE U.S. PATENT OFFICE, THIS "ANGEL" WENT ON TO BECOME THE SUPERINTENDENT OF NURSES OF THE ARMY OF THE JAMES CLARA BARTON
FROM 1829 TO 1832 THIS TRANSCENDENTAL ESSAYIST WAS A MINISTER AT THE SECOND CHURCH OF BOSTON RALPH WALDO EMERSON
DURING THE WAR OF 1812, PUT-IN-BAY WAS THE SCENE OF HIS VICTORY OVER THE BRITISH AT THE BATTLE OF LAKE ERIE OLIVER HAZZARD PERRY
IN 1759 HE SERVED IN THE HOUSE OF BURGESSES; IN 1776 HE FRAMED THE DECLARATION OF RIGHTS OF VIRGINIA GEORGE MASON
THIS INTERNMENT CAMP FOR JAPANESE-AMERICANS NEAR INDEPENDENCE, CA IS NOW A NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE MANZANAR
IN THE 1790S, THIS FIRST LADY SAID SHE FELT LIKE A "STATE PRISONER" MARTHA WASHINGTON
SHE WAS NICKNAMED "MOTHER OF THE RED CROSS" CLARA BARTON
IN 1821 PRESIDENT MONROE APPOINTED HIM THE FIRST GOVERNOR OF THE TERRITORY OF FLORIDA ANDREW JACKSON
THIS NEZ PERCE CHIEF VISITED TEDDY ROOSEVELT TWICE TO PLEAD FOR HIS PEOPLE'S RETURN TO THEIR ANCESTRAL HOMELAND CHIEF JOSEPH
IN 1858 THIS AMERICAN FINANCIER SUCCEEDED IN LAYING THE FIRST SUCCESSFUL TRANSATLANTIC CABLE CYRUS FIELD
AS FIRST LADY, SHE HOSTED SEVERAL STATE FUNCTIONS IN NY AND PHILADELPHIA, BUT NOT IN WASHINGTON, D.C. MARTHA WASHINGTON
THIS UTAH REPUBLICAN IS CHAIRMAN OF THE SENATE JUCIDIARY COMMITTEE ORIN HATCH
HIS NYC ART GALLERY, 291, WAS THE FIRST IN THE U.S. TO EXHIBIT SUCH EUROPEAN ARTISTS AS MATISSE AND PICASSO ALFRED STIEGLITZ
THIS ADMIRAL WAS KNOWN AS "THE FATHER OF THE ATOMIC SUBMARINE" HYMAN RICKOVER
IN 1870 THIS NY TRIBUNE PUBLISHER HELPED FOUND UNION COLONY, COLORADO, LATER RENAMED FOR HIM HORACE GREELEY
WAR IN THE PACIFIC NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK ON THIS U.S. TERRITORY HONORS AMERICANS WHO FOUGHT IN THE PACIFIC IN WWII GUAM
BORN ON A FARM IN DEARBORN, MI IN 1863, HE REPAIRED STEAM ENGINES BEFORE BUILDING CARS HENRY FORD
JOHN C. FREMONT, WHO HADN'T HEARD OF THIS SCOUT BEFORE HIRING HIM, LATER WROTE TALES OF HIS EXPLOITS KIT CARSON
HE WAS CALLED ARMSTRONG OR "OFFIE" AS A CHILD CUSTER
AFTER THE CIVIL WAR, THIS VP OF THE CONFEDERACY SERVED IN THE U.S. CONGRESS ALEXANDER STEPHENS
AFTER THIS EX-CONGRESSMAN WAS KILLED AT THE ALAMO, HIS SON JOHN WAS ELECTED TO CONGRESS DAVEY CROCKETT
ALTHOUGH KNOWN AS THE "MARCH KING", THIS MARINE BANDMASTER WROTE 10 COMIC OPERAS JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
AFTER SIGHTING THE LOFTY COLORADO PEAK NOW NAMED FOR HIM, HE BUILT A FORT ON THE RIO GRANDE ZEBULON PIKE
THIS EDUCATOR BUILT THE TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE FROM A STUDENT BODY OF 40 IN 1881 TO 1,500 BY 1915 BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
HE RETIRED ABOUT 1896 BUT REMAINED PRESIDENT OF STANDARD OIL UNTIL IT WAS DISSOLVED IN 1911 JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER
2 SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE HAD THE SAME LAST NAME AS THIS CONFEDERATE GENERAL-IN-CHIEF ROBERT E. LEE
IN 1960 THIS POLIO VACCINE PIONEER FOUNDED HIS INSTITUTE FOR BIOLOGICAL STUDIES IN LA JOLLA,CA JONAS SALK
THE NOTES TAKEN BY THIS SPY DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR WERE WRITTEN IN LATIN AND HIDDEN IN HIS SHOES NATHAN HALE
OF THE 7 ORIGINAL MERCURY ASTRONAUTS, HE WAS THE ONLY MEMBER OF THE U.S. MARINE CORPS JOHN GLENN
IN 1947 THIS SECRETARY OF STATE OFFERED A EUROPEAN ASSISTANCE PLAN IN A SPEECH AT HARVARD GEORGE MARSHALL
THIS DICTIONARY COMPILER WAS DESCENDED FROM WILLIAM BRADFORD, SECOND GOVERNOR OF THE PLYMOUTH COLONY NOAH WEBSTER
THIS INTERPRETER FOR LEWIS & CLARK WAS ALSO CALLED BOINAIV, MEANING "GRASS MAIDEN" SACAJAWEA
IN THE 1870S, A NASHVILLE UNIVERSITY WAS RENAMED FRO THIS SHIPPING AND RAILROAD MAGNATE WHO DONATED $1 MILLION CORNELIUS VANDERBILT
IN MAY 1857, 2 MONTHS AFTER THE SUPREME COURT RULED AGAINST HIM, THIS SLAVE AND HIS FAMILY WERE FREED DRED SCOTT
AT THE SMITHSONIAN'S NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY, YOU CAN SEE THIS INDIAN PRINCESS AS SHE REALLY APPEARED POCAHONTAS
THIS LEADER OF THE GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS WAS BORN IN LITCHFIELD, CT ETHAN ALLEN
THIS FOUNDER OF THE MORMON CHURCH WAS MURDERED BY A MOB IN 1844 JOSEPH SMITH
AT 80 SHE STEPPED DOWN AS PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION IN 1900 SUSAN B. ANTHONY
HE WAS SWORN IN AS VICE PRESIDENT ON DEC. 19, 1974 NELSON ROCKEFELLER
THIS "LIBERTY OR DEATH" ORATOR DECLINED AN OFFER TO BE U.S. MINISTER TO SPAIN PATRICK HENRY
IN 1836 HE TOOK THE OATH OF OFFICE AS THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS SAM HOUSTON
THIS PURITAN'S FIRST WIFE, MARIA COTTON, WAS ALSO HIS STEPSISTER INCREASE MATHER
THIS FAMOUS FRONTIERSWOMAN CARED FOR THE SICK DURING THE 1878 SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC IN DEADWOOD, SOUTH DAKOTA CALAMITY JANE
THE FIRST PRESIDENT WHO HAD BEEN A U.S. SENATOR, HE REPRESENTED VIRGINIA FROM 1790-1794 JAMES MONROE
HE REPRESENTED MISSISSIPPI IN THE SENATE FOR 8 YEARS BEFORE BECOMING PRESIDENT OF THE CONFEDERACY JEFFERSON DAVIS
IN FORT WAYNE, INDIANA YOU CAN VISIT THE GRAVE OF THIS LEGENDARY FRUIT PLANTER JOHNNY APPLESEED
DURING HER CRUSADES AGAINST LIQUOR, THIS SALOON SMASHER WAS ARRESTED AT LEAST 30 TIMES CARRIE NATION
BROTHER OF NAVAL HERO OLIVER, HE COMMANDED THE NAVY'S FIRST STEAMSHIP, THE FULTON, IN 1837 MATTHEW PERRY
THIS "BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC" AUTHOR WAS THE FIRST WOMAN ELECTED TO THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND LETTERS JULIA WARD HOWE
GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT CALLED HIM "THE VERY BEST SOLDIER I EVER SAW IN THE FIELD" ROBERT E. LEE
HE WAS THE PROPRIETOR OF THE "CLASSICAL AND GEOLOGICAL HIPPODROME" THAT BECAME MADISON SQUARE GARDEN P.T. BARNUM
IN 1788 CYRUS GRIFFIN BECAME ITS LAST PRESIDENT CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
HE WAS THE FOURTH SECRETARY OF STATE, AND THE FOURTH CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN MARSHALL
THIS HUMORIST'S CALIFORNIA RANCH HOUSE HAS A STUFFED CALF GIVEN BY HIS FRIENDS SO HE'D LASSO IT, NOT THEM WILL ROGERS
THIS FRONTIERSMAN DIED IN 1820 AT HIS FAMILY'S LIMESTONE MANSION NEAR DEFIANCE, MO DANIEL BOONE
BORN A SLAVE AROUND 1818, HE BOUGHT A HOME IN WASHINGTON, D.C. IN 1877, AND EXPANDED IT TO 21 ROOMS FREDERICK DOUGLASS
NEW ENGLAND'S INN ON COVERED BRIDGE GREEN WAS ONCE THIS ARTIST'S HOME, AND IT WOULD FIT INTO HIS WORK NORMAN ROCKWELL
IF HE COULD HAVE GONE HOME AGAIN, IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN TO HIS MOTHER'S ASHEVILLE, NC BOARDING HOUSE, NOW A LANDMARK THOMAS WOLFE
SINCE BEING INTRODUCED IN 1974, HIS FAMOUS "MANEUVER" HAS SAVED THOUSANDS OF CHOKING PEOPLE AND PETS TOO HEIMLICH
IN 1950 THIS U.N. MEDIATOR BECAME THE FIRST AFICAN AMERICAN TO BE AWARDED THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE RALPH BUNCHE
LEGENDARY GENERAL GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER FIRST SAW ACTION IN THIS WAR CIVIL WAR
TODAY FOUND ON THE $10 BILL, HE WAS AN AIDE-DE-CAMP TO WASHINGTON AND ALSO SERVED IN HIS CABINET ALEXANDER HAMILTON
IN 1995 ASTRONAUT NORMAN THAGARD BECAME THE FIRST AMERICAN TO BOARD THIS RUSSIAN SPACE STATION MIR
THOUGH THE CONSTITUTION SAYS THE U.S. CAN'T HAVE ONE OF THESE, IT WAS THE LAST NAME OF CONSTITUTION SIGNER RUFUS KING
HER GRAVE MARKER AT ARLINGTON BEARS ONLY A CROSS, THE YEARS 1929-1994, AND HER FULL NAME, INCLUDING "BOUVIER" JACQUELINE KENNEDY
LAST NAME OF THE BROTHERS WHOSE "OF THEE I SING" WAS THE FIRST MUSICAL TO WIN A PULITZER PRIZE GERSHWIN
THIS 19TH-C. POLITICAL CARTOONIST POPULARIZED THE ELEPHANT AND THE DONKEY AS PARTY SYMBOLS THOMAS NAST
AFTER FILLING JOE MCCARTHY'S SENATE SEAT, THIS DEMOCRAT FOUGHT LONG & HARD AGAINST WASTEFUL GOVERNMENT SPENDING WILLIAM PROXMIRE
THIS MAN WHO HELPED WIN RATIFICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION BY MARYLAND, GAVE HIS NAME TO A FAMOUS FORT MCHENRY
FAMOUS FOR HIS CHAIRS, IN 1946 THIS DESIGNER HAD THE FIRST ONE-MAN FURNITURE EXHIBIT AT MOMA CHARLE EAMES
THIS DEPARTMENT STORE FOUNDER WAS PRESIDENT OF THE PHILADELPHIA YMCA FROM 1870-1883 JOHN WANAMAKER
IT WAS THE PEN NAME OF BELOVED CHILDREN'S AUTHOR THEODOR GEISEL DR. SEUSS
IN 1844 HE SUCCEEDED JOSEPH SMITH AS LEADER OF THE MORMON CHURCH BRIGHAM YOUNG
AT THE 1855 WORLD'S FAIR IN PARIS, ONE OF HIS SEWING MACHINES WON FIRST PRIZE SINGER
LEON WAGENER'S BIOGRAPHY OF HIM IS ENTITLED "ONE GIANT LEAP" NEIL ARMSTRONG
HE WAS THE FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF COLIN POWELL
BEFORE A FAMOUS 1973 TENNIS MATCH BETWEEN THESE 2 PEOPLE, THEY EXCHANGED A 6' LOLLIPOP AND A LIVE PIG BOBBIE RIGGS & BILLIE JEAN KING
A FAMOUS LINE IN ONE OF HIS PLAYS IS "I HAVE ALWAYS DEPENDED ON THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS" TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
AFTER HELPING JEFFERSON DAVIS MAKE BAIL IN 1867, THIS NY TRIBUNE PUBLISHER LOST ABOUT HALF HIS READERS HORACE GREELEY
IN 2002 HE BECAME THE FIRST NON-BLACK INDUCTEE TO THE ARKANSAS BLACK HALL OF FAME BILL CLINTON
IN 1998 HE WAS AWARDED POSTHUMOUSLY A SPECIAL PULITZER PRIZE; HIS BROTHER IRA WON A PULITZER IN 1932 GEORGE GERSHWIN
A STATUE OF THIS MAN, ASSASSINATED IN 1935 REPRESENTS LOUISIANA IN NATIONAL STATUARY HALL HUEY LONG
HIS NEWSPAPER COLUMN "ON THE RIGHT", IS SYNDICATED TO MORE THAN 300 PAPERS WILLIM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
HE ONCE PROMISED, "AS LONG AS THERE IS IMAGINATION LEFT IN THE WORLD", HIS THEME PARK WOULD NEVER BE COMPLETED WALT DISNEY
THE OPPOSING LAWYERS IN THE 1925 SCOPES TRIAL CLARENCE DARROW & WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
HELEN KELLER'S "MIRACLE WORKER", THIS TEACHER WAS INDUCTED INTO THE NATIONAL WOMEN'S HALL OF FAME IN 2003 ANNIE SULLIVAN
CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR EDMUND G. BROWN WENT BY THE NAME JERRY; HIS FATHER, ALSO GOVERNOR, WENT BY THIS NICKNAME PAT
IN 1917 THIS MONTANAN BECAME THE FIRST WOMAN MEMBER OF THE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES JEANETTE RANKIN
HENRY SCHOOLCRAFT IS MENTIONED IN SCHOOL BOOKS AS THE DISCOVERER OF THE SOURCE OF THIS LONG RIVER MISSISSIPPI
PRETTY BOY FLOYD BECAME THE NEW PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER ONE AFTER THIS MAN WAS KILLED IN CHICAGO IN 1934 JOHN DILLINGER
ZEBULON PIKE WAS ACCUSED OF HAVING EXPLORED THE WEST FOR THIS FORMER VP WHO WANTED TO RULE THE AREA AARON BURR
TOYNBEE HALL IN LONDON WAS THE MODEL FOR HULL HOUSE, WHICH SHE FOUNDED IN 1889 JANE ADDAMS
IN FEBRUARY 1865, 2 MONTHS BEFORE SURRENDERING, HE BECAME GENERAL IN CHIEF OF ALL THE CONFEDERATE ARMIES ROBERT E. LEE
IT WAS THE FAMOUS NICKNAME OF FRONTIERSMAN AND SCOUT CHRISTOPHER CARSON KIT
DISMISSED FROM WEST POINT FOR "DEFICIENCY IN CHEMISTRY", HE WENT ON TO PAINT A FAMOUS PORTRAIT OF HIS MOTHER JAMES WHISTLER
HER APPOINTMENT TO THE SUPREME COURT IN 1981 TO REPLACE POTTER STEWART WAS HISTORY-MAKING SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR
IN ONE OF ITS READING ROOMS, YOU CAN READ UP ON MARY BAKER EDDY, THE FOUNDER OF THIS RELIGION CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
IN 1857 THIS INFAMOUS SUPREME COURT DECISION DECLARED THAT AFRICAN-AMERICANS WERE NOT U.S CITIZENS DRED SCOTT
HE WROTE, "I COME TO MY SOLITARY WOODLAND WALK AS THE HOMESICK GO HOME" HENRY DAVID THOREAU
THE FIRST MENTION OF HER IN BRITISH COLONIAL RECORDS WAS IN JOHN SMITH'S "TRUE RELATIONS" POCAHONTAS
THIS LEADER OF HIS PEOPLE AT LITTLE BIG HORN, TOOK NO PART IN THE BATTLE SITTING BULL
THIS SHOSHONE'S NAME MEANT "BIRD WOMAN" SACAJAWEA
THIS CHIRICAHUA APACHE TOOK PART IN THE INAUGURAL PROCESSION OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT IN 1905 GERONIMO
AT THE BATTLE OF TIPPECANOE, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON DEFEATED THIS WARRIOR'S BROTHER, "THE SHAWNEE PROPHET" TECUMSEH
THIS PRESIDENT DISAPPROVED OF SLAVERY BUT APPROVED OF HIS SLAVE SALLY HEMINGS JEFFERSON
ON OCTOBER 16, 1859 THIS MAN AND HIS FOLLOWERS SEIZED A U.S. ARSENAL IN WHAT IS NOW WEST VIRGINIA JOHN BROWN
HE FOUNDED A "CITY OF LITTLE MEN" ON DEC. 12, 1917 IN OMAHA, NEBRASKA FATHER FLANAGAN
"THE WOMAN WHO CAN CREATE HER OWN JOB IS THE WOMAN WHO WILL WIN FAME & FORTUNE", SAID THIS AVIATOR IN 1928 AMELIA EARHART
IN 1926 THIS FUTURE FIRST LADY STARTED A FURNITURE FACTORY AT HYDE PARK TO HELP THE UNEMPLOYED ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
IN 1957 THIS EVANGELIST SET A YANKEE STADIUM ATTENDANCE RECORD WHEN 100,000 JAMMED IN TO HEAR HIS MESSAGE BILLY GRAHAM
IN 1929 THIS AMERICAN HERO MARRIED ANNE SPENCER MORROW, DAUGHTER OF THE U.S. AMBASSADOR TO MEXICO CHARLES LINDBERGH
ALTHOUGH HE MADE NO CAMPAIGN SPEECHES, HE WAS ELECTED PRESIDENT IN 1868 BY A WIDE ELECTORAL MARGIN GRANT
IN 1837 HIS PHONETIC SYSTEM OF SHORTHAND WAS PUBLISHED AS "STENOGRAPHIS SOUNDHAND" ISAAC PITMAN
HIS 1947 DOCTRINE OFFERED AID TO GREECE, WHICH WAS THREATENED BY A COMMUNIST INSURRECTION TRUMAN
NICKNAME OF NYC SALOONKEEPER AND RESTAURANTEUR BERNARD SHOR TOOTS
W. ATLEE SOWED THE SEEDS OF THIS FAMILY'S BUSINESS WITH LETTUCE, AND SON DAVID DEVELOPED A NEW NASTURTIUM BURPEE SEEDS
THE FIRST WOMAN TO BREAK THE SOUND BARRIER, SHE ALSO HAD HER OWN COSMETICS FIRM JACQUELINE COCHRAN
IN 1938 HE DEVELOPED A WAY TO ELECTRONICALLY MEASURE THE SIZE OF A RADIO SHOW'S AUDIENCE ARTHUR NEILSEN
IN 1918 THIS AUTOMAKER BOUGHT THE DEARBORN INDEPENDENT, CALLING IT THE "CHRONICLER OF NEGLECTED TRUTH" HENRY FORD
RALPH CAPONE WAS AN IMPORTANT FIGURE IN ORGANIZED CRIME, LIKE THIS BROTHER WHOM HE SURVIVED AL CAPONE
IN HER LIFETIME, THIS DOLLAR COIN SUFFRAGETTE'S AUTOGRAPH WAS TRADED MUCH LIKE BASEBALL CARDS TODAY SUSAN B. ANTHONY
LOSING SIGHT IN THE EYE MEANT SHE COULDN'T PERFORM SURGERY, BUT SHE BECAME THE USA'S FIRST WOMAN DOCTOR ELIZABETH BLACKWELL
A FAMOUS BROADWAY THEATER AND THE ALLEY IT'S ON BEAR THE NAME OF THESE PRODUCER BROTHERS SHUBERT
STEPHEN VINCENT BENET SAID THIS PRESIDENT WAS "SIX FEET ONE IN THIS STOCKING FEET" AND "TOUGH AS A HICKORY RAIL" ABRAHAM LINCOLN
THIS 20TH-C. WILDERNESS PHOTOGRAPHER HAD AN EARLIER CAREER AS A PROFESSIONAL MUSICIAN ANSEL ADAMS
IN 1942 THIS BROTHER OF PRESIDENT EISENHOWER DIRECTED THE WAR RELOCATION AUTHORITY MILTON EISENHOWER
THE ORIGINAL TYBEE LIGHTHOUSE AT THE MOUTH OF THE SAVANNAH RIVER WAS BUILT IN 1736 BY THIS GEORGIA FOUNDER JAMES OGLETHORPE
IN 1976 THIS FOUNDER OF THE OPERA COMPANY OF BOSTON BECAME THE FIRST WOMAN TO CONDUCT AT THE MET SARAH CALDWELL
THIS VP SERVED AS AN ARMY REPORTER DURING THE VIETNAM WAR AL GORE
AS COMMANDER OF APOLLO 11, HE WAS THE FIRST MAN TO SET FOOT ON THE MOON NEIL ARMSTRONG
IN 1916 THIS ARCHITECT MOVED TO JAPAN WHERE HE DESIGNED THE IMPERIAL HOTEL IN TOKYO FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
THIS SHARPSHOOTER IS THE SUBJECT OF THE MUSICAL, "ANNIE GET YOUR GUN" ANNIE OAKLEY
HE SERVED AS FBI DIRECTOR UNDER EVERY PRESIDENT FROM COOLIDGE TO NIXON J. EDGAR HOOVER
SHE RECEIVED HER NICKNAME, "LITTLE SURE SHOT" FROM SITTING BULL ANNIE OAKLEY
IN 1948 HE BECAME THE FIRST DEMOCRAT ELECTED TO THE SENATE FROM MINNESOTA HUBERT HUMPHREY
THIS PHOTOGRAPHER WAS A DIRECTOR OF THE SIERRA CLUB FROM 1936 TO 1970 ANSEL ADAMS
THIS MAN FAMOUS FOR HIS CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOUNDED COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY'S SCHOOL OF LIBRARY ECONOMY MELVILLE DEWEY
IN 1844 HE SUCCEEDED JOSEPH SMITH AS LEADER OF THE MORMON CHURCH BRIGHAM YOUNG
AGAINST BILLIE JEAN KING'S ADVICE, SHE GAVE UP TENNIS AND EVENTUALLY BECAME THE FIRST AMERICAN WOMAN IN SPACE SALLY RIDE
IN 1947 THIS REAR ADMIRAL WAS OFFICER-IN-CHARGE OF THE LARGEST ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION BY A SINGLE COUNTRY RICHARD BYRD
FOR HIS PART IN THE GULF WAR, THIS "STORMIN'" GENERAL RECEIVED THE DISTINGUISHED ORDER OF KUWAIT NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF
THIS NAVAL HERO HELPED OUTFIT THE ALFRED, THE FIRST SHIP BOUGHT BY THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS JOHN PAUL JONES
THIS MAN, "OLD TIPPECANOE", WAS ELECTED THE NORTHWEST TERRITORY'S DELEGATE TO CONGRESS IN 1799 WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CALLED "THE GREAT DISSENTER" OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES
IN 1887 THIS FUTURE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE MOVED TO LINCOLN, NE WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
BEFORE STARTING THE PENNSYLVANIA GAZETTE IN 1729, HE WORKED FOR NEARLY A YEAR IN A LONDON PRINTING OFFICE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
AT AGE 19 THIS "LEAVES OF GRASS" AUTHOR BECAME EDITOR OF THE LONG ISLANDER, A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER WALT WHITMAN
IN 1805 THIS EXPLORER WAS SENT TO TAKE A "PEAK" AT THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI ZEBULON PIKE
WHEN HE LEFT OFFICE IN 1987, THIS DEMOCRAT HAD SERVED AN UNPRECEDENTED 4 TERMS AS ALABAMA GOVERNOR GEORGE WALLACE
IN 1845 THE REMAINS OF THIS FRONTIERSMAN AND HIS WIFE REBECCA WERE MOVED FROM MISSOURI TO KENTUCKY DANIEL BOONE
NICKNAMED "LIGHT-HORSE HARRY", HE SERVED IN THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS FROM 1785 TO 1788 HARRY LEE
IN 1898 THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR ENDED WHEN MANILA SURRENDERED TO GENERAL MERRITT AND THIS ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY
YOU MIGHT SAY THAT THIS REFORMER, BORN IN 1818, IS BEST REMEMBERED FOR WEARING THE PANTS IN HER FAMILY AMELIA BLOOMER
THIS TELEGRAPH PIONEER WAS ALSO AN ARTIST WHO SERVED AS THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN SAMUEL MORSE
IN 1954 THIS CHIEF JUSTICE WROTE THE OPINION IN THE BROWN VS BOARD OF EDUCATION CASE EARL WARREN
NEW ENGLANDER WHO CONCLUDED AN 1830 SENATE SPEECH, "LIBERTY AND UNION, NOW & FOREVER, ONE & INSEPARABLE" DANIEL WEBSTER
AFTER COLLEGE, THIS FUTURE U.S. PRESIDENT TAUGHT DEBATING & PUBLIC SPEAKING AT SAM HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL LBJ
HE WAS KNOWN AS "THE GREAT WHITE CHIEF" AND "THE HERO OF SAN JUAN HILL" TEDDY ROOSEVELT
BEFORE HE WAS APPOINTED IN 1937, THE U.S. SUPREME COURT HAD ONLY 1 BROWN, 2 WHITES, AND A GRAY HUGO BLACK
WHEN GIVEN COMMAND OF A UNION ARMY, THIS GENERAL, FAMED FOR HIS WHISKERS, SAID HE WAS INCOMPETENT AMBROSE BURNSIDE
IN 1741 THIS FAMED REVIVALIST GAVE HIS BEST-KNOWN SERMON, "SINNERS IN THE HANDS OF AN ANGRY GOD" JONATHAN EDWARDS
AYN RAND WROTE TO HIM, "I FELT THAT "THE FOUNTAINHEAD" HAD NOT QUITE COMPLETED ITS DESTINY UNTIL I HAD HEARD FROM YOU ABOUT IT" FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
IN 1733 HE WROTE, "THE HEART OF A FOOL IS IN HIS MOUTH, BUT THE MOUTH OF A WISE MAN IS IN HIS HEART" BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
IN PART, USING DONATED FRENCH TANKS, HE FORMED THE U.S. ARMY'S FIRST TANK TRAINING SCHOOL IN 1917 GEORGE S. PATTON
GROWING UP ON A FARM, HENRY FORD DIDN'T "CARE MUCH FOR…" THESE. "I NEVER REALLY MADE FRIENDS WITH THEM" HORSES
AFTER HIS PUBLIC COMMENTS WERE CRITICIZED BY FDR, HE RESIGNED HIS AIR CORPS RESERVE COMMISSION IN 1941 CHARLES LINDBERGH
IN 1826 DANIEL WEBSTER EULOGIZED THESE 2 MEN, SAYING, "THEY TOOK THEIR FLIGHT TOGETHER TO THE WORLD OF SPIRITS" JEFFERSON & JOHN ADAMS
JAMES FENIMORE COOPER BASED THE CHARACTER OF NATTY BUMPO ON THIS MAN, WHO WAS BORN IN 1734 DANIEL BOONE
IN 1920 THIS MAN, GREAT-GRANDSON OF SAUK LEADER BLACK HAWK, BECAME THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF WHAT IS NOW THE NFL JIM THORPE
IN 1785 HE WROTE THAT "AFTER 50 YEARS' SERVICE IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS", HE WANTED TO "MAKE PLENTY OF EXPERIMENTS" BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
THIS MAN WAS NEARBY AT THE ASSASSINATION OF 3 U.S. PRESIDENTS, ONE OF WHOM WAS HIS FATHER ROBERT TODD LINCOLN
IN 1982 A STREET OUTSIDE BERLIN'S OLYMPIC STADIUM WAS RENAMED IN HIS HONOR JESSE OWENS
AFTER HIS DEATH IN 1994 AT THE AGE OF 81, TIME MAGAZINE PUT HIM ON ITS COVER FOR A RECORD 55TH TIME RICHARD NIXON
IN 1888 HE WROTE THAT HE WAS WORKING ON AN INVENTION "WHICH DOES FOR THE EYE WHAT THE PHONOGRAPH DOES FOR THE EAR" THOMAS EDISON
THE FIRST PERSON SELECTED TO THE INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING HALL OF FAME, HIS LAST STARRING FILM ROLE WAS IN 1955'S "DEVIL GODDESS" JOHNNY WEISSMULLER
HE COINED THE TERM "USONIAN" FOR HIS U.S. DESIGNS THAT WERE MEANT TO BRING BEAUTY AND HUMANITY TO ORDINARY PEOPLE FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
ON JULY 20, 1999 IT WAS 30 YEARS SINCE THIS MAN SAID, "HOUSTON…THE EAGLE HAS LANDED" NEIL ARMSTRONG
AMONG THE 10 MODERN MARTYRS WHO WILL HAVE STATUES IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY IS THIS AMERICAN, 1929-1968 MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR
AMONG THOSE WHO EULOGIZED HIM IN 1997 WAS HIS SUCCESSOR, DAVID SOUTER WILLIAM BRENNAN
HIS LOVE OF MUSIC LED HIM TO FOUND A SCHOOL OF MUSIC AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, NY GEORGE EASTMAN
"OSAWATOMIE" BROWN JOHN BROWN
"GALVESTON GIANT" JACK JOHNSON
"THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN AMERICA" DANIEL ELLSBERG
"FIRST LADY OF THE WORLD" ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
"GREAT COMPROMISER" HENRY CLAY
"MORMON MOSES" BRIGHAM YOUNG
"THE LION OF ANACOSTIA" FREDERICK DOUGLASS
"FIGHTING BOB" ROBERT LAFOLLETTE
THE 3 PRESIDENTS IN 1841 VAN BUREN, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, JOHN TYLER
THE 3 PRESIDENTS IN 1881 HAYES, GARFIELD, ARTHUR
THE 2 YEARS IN WHICH THE U.S. HAD 3 PRESIDENTS 1841 & 1881
PERSON INVOLVED IN THE MOVEMENT TO END SLAVERY ABOLITIONIST
A CHANGE TO THE CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT
1815 PLAN TO MAKE U.S. ECONOMICALLY SELF-SUFFICIENT AMERICAN SYSTEM
POLITICAL GROUP WHO OPPOSED RATIFICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION ANTI-FEDERALISTS
WHERE THE SOUTH SURRENDERED AT THE END OF THE CIVIL WAR APPOMATTOX COURTHOUSE
THE PROCESS OF BLENDING INTO SOCIETY ASSIMILATION
1676 REVOLT AGAINST COLONIAL AUTHORITY BACON'S REBELLION
THE DISTRIBUTION OF POWER BETWEEN THE 3 BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT BALANCE OF POWER
1829-30: ATTACK BY PRESIDENT JACKSON ON THE NATIONAL BANK BANK WAR
1836: BATTLE BETWEEN TEXANS AND MEXICAN ARMY BATTLE OF THE ALAMO
1794: CONFLICT BETWEEN INDIAN AND COLONISTS OVER CONTROL OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORY BATTLE OF FALLEN TIMBERS
THIS 1863 BATTLE ENDED THE SOUTH'S HOPES OF WINNING A BATTLE IN THE NORTH GETTYSBURG
1775: FIRST BATTLES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION BATTLES OF LEXINGTON AND CONCORD
1781: LAST MAJOR BATTLE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION BATTLES OF YORKTOWN
1777: BATTLE THAT WAS THE TURNING POINT OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION BATTLE OF SARATOGA
WHEN GOODS ARE PREVENTED FROM GOING INTO OR OUT OF AN AREA BLOCKADE
IN WHAT YEAR WAS THE BOSTON TEA PARTY? 1773
IN WHAT YEAR WAS THE BOSTON MASSACRE? 1770
A REFUSAL TO BUY CERTAIN GOODS BOYCOTT
A CROP GROWN TO BE SOLD RATHER THAN USED BY THE FARMER CASH CROP
EACH OF THE 3 BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT LIMITS THE POWER OF THE OTHERS CHECKS AND BALANCES
THE MOVEMENT OF PLANTS, GOOD, AND DISEASES BETWEEN THE NEW WORLD AND EUROPE COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE
THE COMPROMISE OF 1877 ENDED THIS RECONSTRUCTION IN THE SOUTH
THE GROUP OF LEADERS WHO GOVERNED THE COLONIES DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
PRINCIPLE ROUTE THROUGH THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS CUMBERLAND GAP
POLITICAL PARTY FORMED BY JEFFERSON & MADISON DEMOCRATIC-REPUBLICANS
IDEA THAT STATES HAD THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY LAW PASSED BY CONGRESS NULLIFICATION
THE IDEA THAT EVERYONE IS ENTITLED TO BE TREATED EQUALLY BY LAW DUE PROCESS OF LAW
PREVENTS SHIPS FROM ENTERING OR LEAVING PORTS EMBARGO
A GROUP OF VOTERS CHOSEN BY EACH STATE TO ELECT THE PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT ELECTORAL COLLEGE
A SYSTEM OF SHARING POWER BETWEEN THE STATES AND THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT FEDERALISM
FEDERAL AGENCY SET UP TO HELP FORMER SLAVES IN THE SOUTH FREEDMAN'S BUREAU
AN ECONOMIC SYSTEM THAT HAS FEW GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS FREE ENTERPRISE SYSTEM
POLITICAL PARTY FORMED IN 1846 TO STOP THE SPREAD OF SLAVERY FREE-SOIL PARTY
PURITAN PLAN OF GOVERNMENT IN CONNECTICUT IN 1639 FUNDAMENTAL ORDERS OF CONNECTICUT
AGREEMENT REACHED DURING THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION THAT CREATED THE AMERICAN SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT GREAT COMPROMISE
THE IDEA THAT AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE SHOULD BE ABLE TO VOTE JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY
THE IDEA THAT THE SUPREME COURT HAS THE RIGHT TO REVIEW ALL LAWS MADE BY CONGRESS JUDICIAL REVIEW
WAR BETWEEN THE PURITANS AND INDIANS, 1675-76 KING PHILLIP'S WAR
ECONOMIC SYSTEM IN WHICH ENGLAND CONTROLLED THE TRADE OF THE COLONIES MERCANTILISM
JOURNEY OF CAPTURED AFRICANS TO THE NEW WORLD TO BE SOLD AS SLAVES MIDDLE PASSAGE
FOUNDED THE PLYMOUTH COLONY PILGRIMS
THOSE WHO SUPPORTED THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION PATRIOTS
GOVERNEMENT IN WHICH THE PEOPLE HAVE THE POWER POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY
POLITICAL PARTY FORMED IN 1854 REPUBLICAN PARTY
A COLONY RULED BY GOVERNORS APPOINTED BY THE KING ROYAL COLONY
ENGLISH POLICY OF NOT INTERFERING WITH THE COLONIES SALUTARY NEGLECT
1848: WOMEN'S RIGHTS CONVENTION SENECA FALLS CONVENTION
THE DIVISION OF GOVERNMENT INTO 3 BRANCHES SEPARATION OF POWERS
1787: UPRISING OF FARMERS SHAY'S REBELLION
GROUP OF COLONISTS WHO MET SECRETLY TO PLOT AGAINST THE BRITISH SONS OF LIBERTY
THE RIGHT TO VOTE SUFFRAGE
THE 1828 TARIFF THAT ANGERED SOUTHERNERS TARIFF OF ABOMINATIONS
MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE WHO THOUGHT THAT ALCOHOL WAS EVIL TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT
TEXAS DECLARED ITS INDEPENDENCE FROM MEXICO IN THIS YEAR 1836
AGREEMENT AT THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION THAT ALLOWED SLAVES TO COUNT AS 3/5 OF A WHITE PERSON THREE-FIFTHS COMPROMISE
THE SYSTEM OF TRADE BETWEEN EUROPE, AFRICA AND THE COLONIES WAS KNOWN BY THIS GEOMETRIC TERM TRIANGLE TRADE
ANY RIGHT THAT THE GOVERNMENT CANNOT TAKE AWAY INALIENABLE RIGHT
1619: FIRST REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT IN THE COLONIES VIRGINIA HOUSE OF BURGESSES
POLITICAL PARTY FOUNDED IN 1834 WHIG
1794 PROTEST BY FARMERS WHISKEY REBELLION
1846 PROPOSAL THAT WOULD HAVE BANNED SLAVERY IN ANY TERRITORY ACQUIRED FROM MEXICO WILMOT PROVISO
1797 INCIDENT IN WHICH FRENCH OFFICIALS DEMANDED A BRIBE FROM U.S. DIPLOMATS XYZ AFFAIR