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5-Minute Quests

1. On what country did the U.S. Congress declare war on this date in 1846? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

2. What song did Louis Armstrong record on this date in 1938? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

3. According to the Nobel Foundation, Ronald Ross was awarded the 1902 Nobel Prize in medicine for his work with what disease? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

Use all of these letters to spell the name of a children's author or illustrator born on this date:

1. What product was trademarked on this date in 1958? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

2. According to the Library of Congress, what organization did Segundo Ruiz Belvis help found from his exile in the Dominican Republic? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

3. According to Britannica, Ronald Ross discovered the malarial parasite in the gastrointestinal tract of which species of mosquito? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

Use all of these letters to spell the title of a work by Georges Barque (according to the Guggenheim collection highlights):
(hint: all three questions will require you to use a link found on this page)

1. According to the Authors' Calendar, in what year was Winston Churchill awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature?

2. According to the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, who did Joe Louis defeat to first become World Heavyweight Boxing Champion?

3. According to PBS, Louis Armstrong was known as "Satchmo", which was short for what?

Use all of these letters to spell the title of a work by Georges Barque (according to Malaspina University-College):

Segundo Ruiz Belvis
Born on This Date 1829



Ronald Ross
Born on This Date 1857

[Nobel Foundation]

Chemist 1902 Nobel Laureate for Medicine

Georges Braque
Born on This Date 1882

[Guggenheim Collection]


Joe Louis
Born on This Date 1914

[Alabama Sports HOF]

International Boxing Hall of Fame

Francine Pascal
Born on This Date 1938

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1938 Francine Pascal (New York City-born Children's Author) Francine Pascal Young-adult Author
Norma Klein (New York-born Children's Author) New York Authors Young-adult Author
1942 Bernadette Watts (English Children's Author, Illustrator) English Authors & Illustrators Primary Children's Author Artists Rutgers University
1960 Jennifer Bryant (Pennsylvania-born Children's Author, Illustrator) Pennsylvania Authors & Illustrators Primary Children's Author Young-adult Author
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1840 Alphonse Daudet (French Novelist) French Writers
1907 Daphne du Maurier (English Novelist) English Writers Authors' Calendar The History Channel Writer's Almanac
1937 Roger Zelazny (Ohio-born Science Fiction Writer) Ohio Writers
1940 Bruce Chatwin (English Novelist, Travel Writer) English Writers Writer's Almanac
1944 Armistead Maupin (Washington, D.C.-born Novelist) Washington, D.C. Writers Official Website Writer's Almanac
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1729 Henry William Stiegel (German-American Glassmaker, Ironmaster) German Artists Glass
1867 Frank Brangwyn (Welsh Artist) Welsh Artists Artists
1882 Georges Braque (French Cubist Artist) Georges Braque Artists
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1842 Arthur Sullivan (English Composer; Gilbert & Sullivan) English Composers Composers Opera St. Cloud State University Writer's Almanac Historic UK
1911 William Schwann (Illinois-born Organist and Founder of Schwann Record Catalog) Illinois Business Leaders Organ Classical Music
1912 Gil Evans (Canadian Pianist, Composer, Arranger) Canadian Composers Jazz Composers
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1857 Ronald Ross (English Bacteriologist; 1902 Nobel Laureate for Medicine or Physiology) Ronald Ross Malaria 1902 Nobel Laureate for Medicine or Physiology
1888 Inge Lehmann (Danish Seismologist Who Discovered the Inner Core of the Earth) Danish Scientists & Mathemamticians Earth Science UCLA USGS
1928 Agnes D. Lattimer (Tennessee-born African-American Physician) Tennessee Mathematicians and Scientists Medical Profession
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1792 Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti (Italian-born Pope Pius IX: 1846-78) Italian Political and Social Leaders Religious Leaders and Theologians Pope Pius IX
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1717 Maria Theresa, Empress of Austria Austrian Political and Social Leaders
1737 William Petty-Fitzmaurice (British Prime Minister: July 1782 - April 1783) British Political and Social Leaders
1829 Segundo Ruiz Belvis (Puerto Rican Politician, Attorney, Abolitionist) Segundo Ruiz Belvis Law and Legal Resources Abolition Hispanic Political and Social Leaders
1944 Kathleen Cleaver (Texas-born African-American Civil Rights Advocate) Texas Political and Social Leaders Civil Rights African-American Political and Social Leaders African American Registry
1951 Sharon Sayles Belton (First Female and First African-American Mayor of Minneapolis, Minnesota) Minneapolis, Minnesota American Woman Political and Social Leaders African-American Political and Social Leaders African American Registry
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1911 Maxine Sullivan (Pennsylvania-born African-American Vocalist, Trombonist) Pennsylvania Performing Artists Jazz African American Performing Artists Internet Movie Database
1926 Bea Arthur (New York City-born Actress) New York Performing Artists Actors Television Internet Movie Database
1927 Herbert Ross (New York City-born Director) New York Performing Artists Filmmakers Internet Movie Database
1939 Harvey Keitel (New York City-born Actor, Producer) New York Performing Artists Actors Film
1941 Ritchie Valens (Los Angeles-born Popular Singer) California Performing Artists Popular Musicians Internet Movie Database
1943 Mary Wells (Detroit-born African-American Popular Singer) Michigan Performing Artists Popular Musicians African American Performing Artists African American Registry
1951 Stevie Wonder (Michigan-born African-American Member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame) Stevie Wonder American Composers and Songwriters Blindness African American Performing Artists Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1964 Stephen Colbert (South Carolina-born Comedian) South Carolina Performing Artists Actors Television
1966 Darius Rucker (South Carolina-born African-American Popular Musician, Songwriter; Hootie and the Blowfish) South Carolina Performing Artists Popular Musicians African American Performing Artists Internet Movie Database
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1896 Charles Pahud de Mortanges (Dutch Equestrian; Olympic Medalist in 1924, 1928 and 1932) Dutch Sports Figures Equestrians The Olympics
1914 Joe Louis (Alabama-born African-American Member of the Boxing Hall of Fame) Joe Louis International Boxing Hall of Fame African American Sports Figures
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1807 Eliphalet Dyer (Connecticut-born Patriot) Connecticut Political and Social Leaders Colonial Connecticut American Revolutions The History Channel
1852 George Dollond (English Optician, Inventor) English Scientists & Mathamaticians Inventors and Inventions Center for the Study of Technology snd Society
1866 Robert Kennicott (Louisiana-born Naturalist, Explorer of the American Northwest and Alaska) Louisiana Explorers and Pioneers Alaska American Explorers Alaska Historical Society
1921 George Washington Daniels (Texas-born African-American Author) Texas Authors American Authors Slavery American Civil War African-American Authors Texas State Historical Association
1937 John Joseph Klem (Ohio-born U.S. General Known as Johnny Clem, the Drummer Boy of Shiloh) Johnny Clem Battle of Shiloh National Park Service Ohio Historical Society
1953 Anthony Klinkner (Iowa's First Poet Laureate) Iowa Authors Poetry
1961 Gary Cooper (Montana-born Actor) Montana Performing Artists Actors Film Internet Movie Database
1975 Bob Wills (Texas-born Member of the Rock & Roll and Country Music Halls of Fame) Texas Performing Artists Country Music Hall of Fame Rock and Roll Hall of Fame The Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame The History Channel Texas State Historical Association
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1675 A Boston Jury Finds Mary Bliss Parsons of Northampton Not Guilty of Witchcraft Boston, Massachusetts Witchcraft Trials Law Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
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1568 Mary Queen of Scots Is Defeated at the Battle of Langside Scotland Mary Queen of Scots War Royal Stuarts The History Channel BBC
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1740 James Oglethorpe's Invasion Force of Spanish Florida Reaches the St. Johns River James Oglethorpe Spain Georgia Florida Colonial America Georgia Historical Society University of Georgia
1760 In London, the Lords of Trade Appoint James Wright Lieutenant Governor of Georgia London, England Georgia Political and Social Leaders ColonialGeorgia Georgia Historical Society University of Georgia
1775 Lyman Hall Arrives in Philadelphia as the Representative of Georgia's St. John's Parish to the Second Continental Congress Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Georgia Political and Social Leaders Second Continental Congress ColonialGeorgia Georgia Historical Society University of Georgia
1798 A Convention Meeting at Louisville, Georgia Adopts a New State Constitution Louisville, Georgia Historic U.S. Documents Georgia Historical Society University of Georgia
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1800 President John Adams Appoints William Henry Harrison as Governor of the Indiana Territory Indiana President John Adams William Henry Harrison Indiana Historical Bureau
Travelling with Lewis and Clark

Clark: I have dispatched an express this morning to Captain Lewis at St. Louis. All of our supplies and provisions are on board this 22 oar boat, another large Perogue of 71 oars (which carries 8 French men), and a secon Perogue of 6 oars (containing soldiers). All the men sent out have powder cartrages and 100 balls each. All men are in good health and are ready to set out. Boats and everything complete, with the necessary stores of provisions and such articles of merchandise as we thought ourselves authorized to procure-though not as much as I think necessary for the multitude of Indians through which we must pass on our road across the continent.
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Travelling with Lewis and Clark

Lewis: The wind continued to blow so violently this morning that we did not think it prudent to set out. sent out some hunters. At 1 P. M. the wind abated, and altho' the hunters had not all returned we set out; the courant reather stronger than usual and the water continues to become reather clearer, from both which
I anticipate a change of Country shortly.

the country much the same as yesterday; but little timber in the bottoms and a scant proportion of pine an cedar crown the Stard. hills. Capt. C. who was on shore the greater part of the day killed a mule and a Common deer, the party killed several deer and some Elk principally for the benefit of their skins which are necessary to them for cloathing, the Elk skins I now begin to reserve for making the leather boat at the falls. the hunters joined us this evening; Gibson had wounded a very large brown bear but it was too late in the evening to
pursue him.

Lewis & Clark Map: 04/27/05 Garfield County, Montana Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery Wind

The Lewis and Clark Trail University of Nebraska

Travelling with Lewis and Clark

Lewis: This morning Capt. C. as usual was busily engaged with his patients untill eleven OCk.

at 1 P. M. we collected our horses and set out for the river escorted by a number of the natives on horseback. we followed the creek downwards about two miles, passing a stout branch at 1 m. which flowed in on the wright. our course S. E. we now entered an extensive open bottom of the Kooskooske R. through which we passed nearly N. about 1½ miles and halted on the bank of the river at the place appointed to meet the canoe. the man had set out early this morning for the purpose but had not yet arrived with the canoe we therefore unloaded our horses and turned them out to graize.

as the canoe did not arrive untill after sunset we remained here all night; a number of the natives continued with us.

in the evening we tryed the speed of several of our horses. these horses are active strong and well formed. these people have immence numbers of them 50, 60 or a hundred hed is not unusual for an individual to possess.

The Chopunnish are in general stout well formed active men. they have high noses and many of them on the acqueline order with cheerfull and agreeable countenances; their complexions are not remarkable. in common with other savage nations of America they extract their beards I observed several men among them whom I am convinced if they had shaved their beards instead of extracting it would have been as well supplyed in this particular as any of my countrymen.

they appear to be cheerfull; they are fond of gambling and of their amusements which consist principally in shooting their arrows at a bowling target made of willow bark, and in riding and exercising themselves on horseback, racing &c. they are expert marksmen and good riders. they do not appear to be so much devoted to baubles as most of the nations we have met with, but seem anxious always to obtain articles of utility, such as knives, axes, tommahawks, kettles blankets and mockerson alls. blue beads however may form an exception to this remark; this article among all the nations of this country may be justly compared to goald or silver among civilized nations.

They are generally well cloathes in their stile. their dress consists of a long shirt which reaches to the middle of thye, long legings which reach as high as the waist, mockersons, and robes. these are formed of various skins and are in all rispects like those particularly discribed of the Shoshones. their women also dress like the Shoshones. their ornaments consist of beads shells and peices of brass variously attatched to their dress, to their ears arrond their necks wrists arms &c. a bando of some kind usually surrounds the head, this is most frequently the skin of some fir animal as the fox otter &c. tho' they have them also of dressed skin without the hair. the ornament of the nose is a single shell of the wampum. the pirl and beads are suspended from the ears. beads are woarn arround their wrists necks and over their sholders crosswise in the form of a double sash. the hair of the men is cewed in two rolls which hang on each side in front of the body as before discribed of other inhabitants of the Columbia.

collars of bears claws are also common; but the article of dress on which they appear to bstow most pains and ornaments is a kind of collar or brestplate; this is most comonly a strip of otterskin of about six inches wide taken out of the center of the skin it's whole length including the head. this is dressed with the hair on; a hole is cut lengthwise through the skin near the head of the animal sufficiently large to admit the head of the person to pass. thus it is placed about the neck and hangs in front of the body the tail frequently reaching below their knees; on this skin in front is attatched peices of pirl, beads, wampum peices of red cloth and in short whatever they conceive most valuable or ornamental. I observed a tippit woarn by Hohâstillpilp, which was formed of human scalps and ornamented with the thumbs and fingers of several men which he had slain in battle.

their women brade their hair in two tresses which hang in the same position of those of the men. they also wear a cap or cup on the head formed of beargrass and cedar bark. the men also frequently attatch some small ornament to a small plat of hair on the center of the crown of their heads

Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery Lewis & Clark Map: 04/01/06 Lewis County, Idaho Nez Percé
The Lewis and Clark Trail University of Nebraska
1821 The First Public Worship Service Is Held at Arkansas' Dwight Mission Arkansas Religion Historic Firsts Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture Arkansas History Commission
1824 General Winfield Scott Arrives in Minnesota to Inspect Fort St. Anthony and Suggests That It Be Renamed Fort Snelling Minnesota Forts Minnesota Historical Society
1833 The Quapaw Agree to a Treaty That Will Remove Them From Arkansas for Resettlement on 150 Sections of Land in Indian Territory (Oklahoma) Arkansas Oklahoma Quapaw Historic U.S. Documents Access Genealogy Oklahoma State University Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture Arkansas History Commission
1846 The U.S. Congress Declares War on Mexico Mexico U.S. Congress Mexican-American War Library of Congress New York Times
1858 In Minnesota, Surveying Begins to Make a Road of the East Plains Oxcart Trail From St. Cloud to Breckenridge (Today's Highway 52) Minnesota Transportation Minnesota Historical Society
1861 Over 1,000 Union Troops Take Control of Baltimore American Civil War Maryland Civil War Art
Britain Declares Itself Neutral in U.S. Civil War Britain American Civil War Civil War Art
The First Wheeling Convention Begins, Setting the Stage for the Creation of West Virginia Wheeling, West Virginia American Civil War West Virginia State Archives
President Lincoln Reviews District Militia As It Passes through White House Grounds and Speaks From an Upper Window to a Group of Serenaders Washington, D.C. President Abraham Lincoln American Civil War Lincoln Log
1862 President Lincoln Addresses the 12th Indiana Regiment Indiana President Abraham Lincoln American Civil War Lincoln Log
The U.S.S. Vincennes Arrives in Pensacola Bay to Assist with the Federal Occupation of the City of Pensacola Pensacola, Florida Naval Military History American Civil War Florida Historical Society
1863 Grant's Troops Advance on Jackson, Mississippi Mississippi Ulysess S. Grant American Civil War The History Channel
The U.S.S. DeSoto and the U.S.S. Huntsville Each Capture Confederate Schooners Off the Coast of Florida Florida Naval Military History American Civil War Florida Historical Society
1864 Battle at Spotsylvania Continues Virginia Battle at Spotsylvania
The First Fighting Begins at Resaca, Georgia as Union Forces Test the Strength and Location of Confederate Defenses Resaca, Georgia Battle at Resaca Georgia Historical Society University of Georgia
A Confederate Prisoner of War Is the First Soldier Buried at Arlington National Cemetery Virginia American Civil War Prisoners of War Arlington National Cemetary Historic Firsts Library of Congress
1865 Last Battle of the Civil War Is Fought at Palmito Ranch, Texas Texas Battle of Palmito Ranch Texas State Historical Association
The Union Commander of Atlanta Directs Passes to be Provided for All African-Americans in the City. Atlanta, Georgia Fall of Atlanta African-American Heritage Georgia Historical Society University of Georgia
1871 Alcorn University Is Created By an Act of the Mississippi State Legislature Mississippi Alcorn State African-American Heritage African American Registry
1873 The First Postcard Is Issued by the United States Post Office Department United States Postal Service Historic Firsts Primary Research
1884 American Institute of Electrical Engineers (later IEEE) Is Founded Scientists/Mathematicians Standards IEEE
1887 The Florida Legislature Establishes Lee County as the State's 41st County Lee County, Florida Florida Historical Society
1888 Brazil's Golden Law Abolishes Slavery Brazil Slavery African American Registry
Seven Blocks of Downtown Goldendale, Washington Are Destroyed by Fire Goldendale, Washington Fire Business History Link
1898 Thomas Edison Sues American Mutoscope and Biograph Pictures for Infringement on His Patent for the Kinetograph Movie Camera Kinetoscope Inventors and Inventions Film Patents and Trademarks Law The History Channel
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1900 British Forces under the Command of Field Marshall Roberts Take Bloemfontein in the Second Boer War Great Britain Boer Wars Boer Wars Historic UK
1908 President Theodore Roosevelt Opens Governors' Conservation Conference T. Roosevelt Earth & Environment Library of Congress
1913 Igor Sikorsky Flies the First Four-engine Aircraft Aviation History Historic Firsts Sikorsky Aircraft
Theodore Roosevelt Arrives in Marquette, Michigan to Confront a Newspaper Editor Who Publicly Called the Former President a Drunk and a Liar Marquette, Michigan President Theodore Roosevelt Journalism State of Michigan
1914 Guglielmo Marconi Demonstrates His Wireless in New York City by Communicating with Philadelphia and Two Ships at Sea Marconi New York City Philadelphia Radio Naval History New York Historical Society
1917 Children Report Vision of Virgin Mary Near Fatima, Portugal Portugal Our Lady of Fatima CNN New York Times
1926 In Florida, the Cornerstone Is Laid for the Sarasota County Courthouse Sarasota County, Florida Florida Historical Society
1927 Twilight Sleep by Edith Wharton Is Published by D. Appleton and Company, New York Edith Wharton American Authors American Collection
1938 Louis Armstrong Records "When the Saints Go Marching In" Louis Arrmstrong Jazz Popular Music
1940 Winston Churchill Delivers His "Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat" Speech British History Winston Churchill World War II The History Channel
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1954 U.S. Votes to Join Canada in Development of St. Lawrence Seaway Waterways Canada Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System Eisenhower Library
Pajama Game Debuts on Broadway New York City Labor Internet Broadway Database
1955 Jacksonville, Florida Is Rocked by a Riot Following a Concert Performance by Elvis Presley Jacksonville, Florida Elvis Presley Popular Music Crime Florida Historical Society
1956 In Minnesota, Elvis Presley Performs at the Minneapolis Auditorium for a Crowd of 3,000 Minneapolis, Minnesota Elvis Presley Popular Music Minnesota Historical Society
Gene Autry's Radio Musical Variety Show, Melody Ranch, Goes Off the Air Gene Autry Radio The History Channel
1957 The First Commercial Jet to Land in Atlanta, Georgia Arrives from Washington, D.C. Atlanta, Georgia Washington, D.C. Aviation History Historic Firsts Georgia Historical Society University of Georgia
1958 Venezuelan Protesters Stone Vice President Nixon's Limo Venezuela Richard Nixon The Cold War The History Channel
VELCRO is Trademarked Inventions Patents, Copyrights & Trademarks Velcro U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
1960 Bank Merger Act Requires Federal Regulation of Mergers and Consolidations U.S. Congress Business Economics U.S. Treasury
The United States Launches the First Echo Experimental Communications Satellite Space Exploration Historic Firsts NASA
1968 Marching in Paris, 800,000 Students, Teachers and Workers Demanding the Fall of the Charles de Gaulle Government Charles de Gaulle Propaganda Education Labor BBC
1969 In South Africa, Former Pan-Africanist Congress Leader, Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe, Is Released From Detention South African Political and Social Leaders Law South African History
49 Years After Its Adoption, the Florida Legislature Is the 50th State to Ratify the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Granting Voting Rights to Women Florida Government Women Women's Suffrage 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution Florida Historical Society
1970 The Beatles Release Their Movie "Let It Be" in New York The Beatles Film Internet Movie Database
1971 Vietnam War Peace Talks in Paris Enter Their Fourth Year Paris, France Vietnam War The History Channel
1972 118 People Die in a Japanese Nightclub Fire Japan Fire Death The History Channel
1976 NASA Launches the Comstar 1 Communications Satellite Space Exploration NASA
1980 Douglas A. Fraser, President of the United Auto Workers, Is Named to the Chrysler Corporation Board of Directors Scottish Political and Social Leaders Labor Unions Business United Auto Workers Chrysler The History Channel
1981 Pope John Paul II Is Shot and Wounded in St. Peter's Square Catholicism Pope John Paul II Terrorism BBC The History Channel New York Times Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
1982 Two Soviets Launched in Soyuz T-5 for 211 Days in Space Russian Space Program Space Exploration NASA
1986 A 5.7 Magnitude Earthquake Kills Two People and Destroys 1,500 Buildings Along the Georgia-Turkey Border Georgia Turkey Earthquake Death USGS
1989 2,000 Students Begin Hunger Strike in Beijing's Tiananmen Square China Human Rights CBS news
1991 In South Africa, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela Is Found Guilty on Four Charges of Kidnapping and Four Charges of Accessory to Assault South African Political and Social Leaders Nelson Mandela Crime Law South African History
1993 The Final Episode of Knots Landing Is Aired Television The Internet Movie Database The History Channel
1995 English Mother, 33-year-old Alison Hargreaves, 33, Is the First Woman to Scale Mt. Everest Unaided English Sports Figures Women Mountain Climbing Historic Firsts Mt. Everest BBC
A 6.6 Magnitude Earthquake and Aftershocks Injures 25 People and Destroys 5,000 Homes in the Grevena-Kozani Area of Greece Greece Earthquake USGS
1996 South African President Nelson Mandela Announces Changes to the Cabinet Ministers South African Government Nelson Mandela South African History
1998 K-Mart Announces 236% First-quarter Profit Increase K Mart Businesses & Corporations The History Channel
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2003 The Government Unveils the First $20 Bill to Be Colorized in an Effort to Thwart Counterfeiters U.S. Treasury Currency Historic Firsts New York Times