In all, 2,500 people died and 300,000 were left homeless in a multiple earthquake/fire disaster that destroyed 4 square miles, 514 blocks and 28,188 buildings. Even the fire chief was killed. What US city was this?
The painter Raphael was known for his paintings of what Biblical woman?
What is the capital city of China?
Until the 1920s, Ireland was part of which country?
When Christopher Columbus first landed in Jamaica in 1494, who claimed it as a territory?
In which century did Martin Luther King die?
Which of these men was responsible for the assassination of Julius Caesar?
Which historical figure is Santa Claus based on?
What country, slightly less than three times the size of Texas, uses the peso as its currency?
Which animal comes before Kong in the 80s arcade game?