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    Daily Quiz for August 4, 2018

    The two U.S. federal Hoover Commissions were established by Congress in 1947 and 1953 to study and recommend this....

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    The subject of a 1949 feature film, Monty Stratton made a comeback in this sport after having his right leg amputated....

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    Daily Quiz for August 2, 2018

    This proponent of African-American rights said, “There is no such force in the world as the force of a person determined to rise. The human soul cannot be permanently chained.”...

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    Daily Quiz for August 1, 2018

    The 1844 U.S. presidential campaign between Whig Henry Clay and Democrat James Polk was largely decided in Polk’s favor because of the 62,000 votes received by third candidate James Birney representing this party....

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    Daily Quiz for July 31, 2018

    This U.S. state capitol building features a stained glass window in honor of Barney Ford, a man who escaped slavery in 1848 and later became wealthy as a successful businessman....

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    Daily Quiz for July 30, 2018

    Serving in the 1800’s, he is the only U.S. vice-president to be elected by the Senate....

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    Daily Quiz for July 29, 2018

    Jeremiah Lanphier is remembered in American religious history for his work in setting the foundation for this movement....

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    Daily Quiz for July 28, 2018

    This principal participant in the famed court case, State of Tennessee versus John Thomas Scopes, died July 26, 1925, five days after the trial ended....

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    Daily Quiz for July 27, 2018

    This scientist became the first secretary of the Smithsonian Institute in 1846....

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    Daily Quiz for July 26, 2018

    Students at Whitwell Middle School in Tennessee began a study of the Holocaust in 1998. To understand the magnitude of people exterminated by the Nazis, the children began collecting these items. ...

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    Daily Quiz for July 25, 2018

    Due to his political skills, this president’s friends called him, “Little Magician.”...

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    Daily Quiz for July 24, 2018

    He is the only U.S. president to receive a Purple Heart....

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    Daily Quiz for July 23, 2018

    The 1863 forced 350 mile walk of Navajos and Apaches from Fort Defiance, Arizona to Bosque Redondo, a reservation in New Mexico, was named this....

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    Daily Quiz for July 22, 2018

    President Andrew Jackson ignored the 1832 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Worchester versus Georgia which led to this event....

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    Daily Quiz for July 21, 2018

    First built in the early 1800’s, chickees were platform houses used by this group of Native Americans....

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    Daily Quiz for July 20, 2018

    Television evening newscasts expanded from fifteen minutes to thirty minutes on Labor Day of this year....