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Once politically powerful in the US, what did the Woman's Christian Temperance Union primarily oppose?
Talk show host Arsenio Hall graduated from Kent State. Why was Kent State in the news in May 1970?
Neil Armstrong took a job teaching there
The Weathermen bombed its chemistry building
It won the NCAA Final Four
Four students were shot by the National Guard
On September 2, 1666, what disaster began in Thomas Fraynor's bakery on Pudding Lane?
Great Chicago Fire
The career of the Spice Girls
Great Fire of London
On hearing that Grant had taken Vicksburg, Lincoln said, "The Father of Waters again goes unvexed to the sea." What river did he mean?
In 1993, members of which religious group held off federal agents for 51 days near Waco?
Nation of Islam
What service employed such teenager couriers as Buffalo Bill Cody and Wild Bill Hickok, who raced for ten days, carrying the mail 1800 miles?
What city was Ray Nagin the mayor of, when it was flattened by a hurricane?
Osaka became the merchant capital and Edo was home to the shogun. In what country?
Thanks in part to British imperial policy, by 1905, about a quarter of Chinese men were addicted to what narcotic, made from the latex of immature poppy seedpods?
Riding the open steppes in Russia, what egalitarian people elected leaders called atamans?
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