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The _____ Brothers first flight was in 1903 in North Carolina.
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The Titanic sank in 1912 on its voyage from _____.
France to America
Ireland to America
England to America
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In 1927, who hit 60 home runs, setting a Major League Baseball record that would famously stand until 1961?
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The first female aviator to fly across the Atlantic Ocean was _____.
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True or False: the first widespread, affordable automobile in the country – the Model-T – was produced by Chevrolet.
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The 19th Amendment, establishing the legal right of women to vote, became a part of the US Constitution in what year?
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In World War II, which of these countries was NOT one of the Axis powers?
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This famous Chicago gangster was nicknamed "Scarface".
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Jonas Salk developed a vaccine for this disease which caused the paralysis of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
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Which of the following economic events did NOT happen during The Great Depression?
Unemployment sharply increased
International trade sharply increased
Stock prices sharply declined
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What event marked the United States' entry into World War II?
Attack on Pearl Harbor
Battle of Midway
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True or False: Brown v. Board of Education was a landmark Supreme Court ruling on the issue of segregation.
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In 1948, the Chicago Daily Tribune printed the incorrect headline, "Dewey Defeats _____".
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Bonnie and Clyde were _____.
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Who was the first president in the 20th century to be assassinated?
William Howard Taft
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A "Hooverville" was a _____.
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The war the United States fought primarily in the 1960s and 1970s was the _____.
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Early in the Cold War, this US Senator began a search for communists.
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In 1963, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated by _____.
John Wilkes Booth
Lee Harvey Oswald
James Earl Ray
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This civil rights leader gave the speech famously known for it's words: "I have a dream."
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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The Bay of Pigs Invasion was a failed military invasion of this country in 1961.
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Who was the President of the United States during the Korean War?
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What was the Volstead Act of 1919 better known as?
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What did the Manhattan Project produce?
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The President of the United States during World War I was _____.
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