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5-Minute Quests

1. Who landed in Paris on this date in 1927? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

2. Who landed in Ireland on this date in 1932? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

3. According to African American Registry, how many wins did Clarence (Big House) Gaines have when he retired in 1993? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

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

1. What movie was released in the U.S. on this date in 1980? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

2. According to his University of St. Andrews biography, how many children were in Albrecht Dürer's family? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

3. According to South African History, who invited Andrew Young to visit South Africa on this date in 1977? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

Use all of these letters to spell the title of a novel by Beverley Naidoo (according to her official website):
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1. According to the National Postal Museum, who awarded Amelia Earhart the Distinguished Flying Cross on July 29, 1932?

2. According to the Internet Broadway Database, who played the part of Rose when Gypsy opened on Broadway on this date in 1959?

3. According to the History Channel, which Soviet leader released Andrei Sakharov from internal exile?

Use all of these letters to spell the title of a poem by Alexander Pope (according to the University of Toronto):

Albrecht Dürer
Born on This Date 1471

[Lawrence University]


Alexander Pope
Born on This Date 1688

[Yale University]


Andrei Sakharov
Born on This Date 1921

[Nobel Foundation]

Physicist 1975 Nobel Laureate for Peace

Beverley Naidoo
Born on This Date 1943

[Official Website]

Young adult Author

Christian McBride
Born on This Date 1972

[Official Website]

Jazz Musician

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1916 Harold Robbins (New York City-born Novelist) Harold Robbins
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1935 Jane Addams (Illinois-born Social Reformer) Jane Addams 1931 Nobel Laureate for Peace
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1986 Helen Brooke Taussig (Massachusetts-born Physician, Founder of Pediatric Cardiology ) Helen Brooke Taussig Medical Research Children's Health Care Cardiology
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1654 Swedish Colony Governor, Johan Classon Rising, Captures the Dutch Fort Casimir and Renames It Fort Trinity Sweden The Netherlands Delaware Colonial Delaware Forts State of Delaware
1673 Father Jacques Marquette, Fur-Trader Louis Joliet, and Five French Voyageurs Reach a Menominee Community Near Modern Marinette, Michigan Jacques Marquette Louis Joliet Marinette, Michigan North American Explorers Menominees Mississippi River Wisconsin Historical Society
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1733 In Georgia, Oglethorpe's Colonists Sign the Treaty of Savannah with the Nation of the Lower Creeks Georgia Colonial Georgia Creek Indians Historic U.S. Documents University of Georgia
1758 Lenape Indians Abduct 10-year-old Mary Campbell From Her Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Home Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Lenape Indians Crime French and Indian War History Channel
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1804 Lewis and Clark Expedition Departs St. Charles, Missouri Missouri Lewis & Clark University of Nebraska
Travelling with Lewis and Clark

Lewis: It rained a few hours this morning.

Sheilds and Gibson set out to hunt towards the mountains. Collins came to camp at noon and remained about 2 hours; he has killed nothing since he left us last.

we set five men at work to make a canoe for the purpose of fishing and passing the river. the Indians have already promised us a horse for this canoe when we have no longer any uce for her.

as our tent was not sufficient to shelter us from the rain we had a lodge constructed of willow poles and grass in the form of the orning of a waggon closed a tone end. this we had made sufficiently large to sleep in and to shelter the most important part of our baggage. it is perfectly secure against the rain sun and wind and affords us much the most comfortable shelter we have had since we left Fort Clatsop.

today we divided the remnant of our store of merchandize among our party with a view that each should purchase therewith a parsel of roots and bread from the natives as his stores for the rocky mountains for there seems but little probability that we shall be enabled to make any dryed meat for that purpose and we cannot as yet form any just idea what resource the fish will furnish us. each man's stock in trade amounts to no more than one awl, one Kniting pin, a half an ounce of vermillion, two nedles, a few scanes of thead and about a yard of ribbon; a slender stock indeed with which to lay in a store of provision for that dreary wilderness. we would make the men collect these roots themselves but there are several speceis of hemlock which are so much like the cows that it is difficult to discriminate them from the cows and we are affraid that they might poison themselves.

the indians have given us another horse to kill for provision which we keep as a reserved store. our dependence for subsistence is on our guns, the fish we may perhaps take, the roots we can purchase from the natives and as the last alternative our horses.

we eat the last morsel of meat which we had for dinner this evening, yet nobody seems much conserned about the state of provision. Willard, Sergt. Ordway and Goodrich were permitted to visit the village today; the former returned in the evening wiht some roots and bread, the two last remaining all night.

one of our party brought in a young sandhill crain it was about the size of a pateridge and of a redish brown colour, it appeared to be about 5 or six days old; these crains are abundant in this neighbourhood.

Ordway: continues rainy & wet.

I and one more of the party went up to a village about 5 miles on South Side on the Side of a hill & Spring run we purchased some white roots Shappalell &C.

Some of the women in the village were crying aloud at different times in the course of the day. I Signed the reason of their lamenting & they gave me to understand that they had lost Some of their Sons in battle and that was the custom among them when their relation died they mourn and lement a long time after the aged women only make a loud noise.

we Stayed in the village all night.

Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery Lewis & Clark Map: 04/01/06 Lewis County, Idaho Nez Percé
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1822 Californians Hold Their First General Election Selecting Governor Pablo Vicente Sola to Represent Them at the Cortes of the Mexican Empire in Mexico City Mexico California Elections Historic Firsts Hispanic Heritage Learn California
1829 William S. Fulton Assumes Duties as the Acting Governor of the Arkansas Territory Arkansas Political and Social Leaders Arkansas History Commission
1832 The First Democratic National Convention Begins in Baltimore Maryland Presidential Conventions Historic Firsts New York Times
1833 In Massachusetts, the Mashpee Indians of Cape Cod Sign a Declaration of Independence Demanding Self-Governance Cape Cod, Massachusetts Mashpee Indians Historic U.S. Documents Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
1839 The First Steamboat Delivery Arrives in St. Paul, Minnesota St. Paul, Minnesota Steamboats Business Historic Firsts Minnesota Historical Society
1840 New Zealand Is Declared a British Colony New Zealand British History New York Times
1843 More Than 2,000 Persons Attend the Micasukie Methodist Camp Meeting Near Tallahassee, Florida Tallahassee, Florida Religion Florida Historical Society
1843 New Zealand Is Declared a British Colony New Zealand British History New York Times
1856 Lawrence, Kansas Is Captured and Sacked by Pro-slavery Forces Kansas Slavery Douglas County Law Library
1861 Confederate Congress Holds Last Meeting in Montgomery, Alabama, Voting to Move the Capital to Richmond, Virginia Montgomery, Alabama Richmond, Virginia American Civil War Alabama Archives University of Georgia
Confederate Congress Approves Act to Establish a Patent Office American Civil War Patents University of North Carolina
Confederate Troops Convert the Charlotte Mint into a Headquarters North Carolina Battle of Corinth U.S. Treasury
1862 The 4th Florida Infantry Regiment Leaves for Corinth, Mississippi Florida Corinth, Mississippi Battle of Corinth Florida Historical Society
1863 Union Begins 3-week Siege of New Orleans' Port Hudson New Orleans Siege of Port Hudsonr Forts History Channel
The U.S.S. Union Today Seized the British Blockade Runner Linnet West of Florida's Charlotte Harbor Florida American Civil War Naval Military History Florida Historical Society
1864 President Lincoln Lifts Ban on Publication of New York Newspapers "World" and "Journal of Commerce" New York City President Abraham Lincoln Journalism First Amendment American Civil War Lincoln Logs
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1874 President Grant's Daughter, Nellie, Is Wed in the White House U.S. Grant White House Galena State Historic Sites
1875 West Virginia's State Capital Is Moved to Wheeling Wheeling, West Virginia West Virginia State Archives
1881 Clara Barton Founds the American Red Cross Clara Barton Red Cross History Channel
United States Lawn Tennis Association Is Formed in New York City New York City Tennis New York Times
1882 Mark Twain Visits St. Paul, Minnesota While Compiling Research for His Book Life on the Mississippi St. Paul, Minnesota Mark Twain Ameerican Authors Mississippi River Minnesota Historical Society
1892 The Opera ''I Pagliacci'' by Ruggiero Leoncavallo Is First Performed in Milan, Italy. Italy Opera Historic Firsts New York Times
1894 Queen Victoria Officially Opens England's Manchester Ship Canal England Queen Victoria Canals Manchester Ship Canal Historic UK
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1901 Connecticut Is the First State to Enact a Speed Limit for Motor Vehicles: 12 mph Connecticut Automotives Laws and Legal Resources Historic Firsts History Channel
Constitutional Convention Assembles in Montgomery to Write Alabama's Sixth Constitution Montgomery, Alabama Historic U.S. Documents Alabama Archives
1903 President Theodore Roosevelt Lays the Cornerstone of the Lewis and Clark Monument in Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon President Theodore Roosevelt Lewis & Clark
1910 Louis Botha Becomes the First Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa South African Political and Social Leaders Historic Firsts South African History
French Author Colette Begins to Publish Her Novel The Vagabond in Serial Form French Authors Authors History Channel
1911 French Troops Anger the Germans by Occupying the Moroccan City of Fez Morocco France Germany History Channel
1913 John F. A. Strong Is Appointed as the First Governor of the Alaska Territory Alaskan Government Historic Firsts Alaska Historical Society
1917 In Atlanta, Georgia, Fire Destroys 1,938 Buildings, Leaving 10,000 Homeless and 1 Dead Atlanta, Georgia Fire Death University of Georgia
1927 Charles Lindbergh Lands in Paris Completing the First Solo Transatlantic Flight Paris Charles Lindbergh Aviation Historic Firsts Center for the Study of Technology & Society Writer's Almanac History Channel New York Times
1932 Amelia Earhart Lands in Ireland Completing First Female Solo Transatlantic Flight Ireland Amelia Earhart Aviation Historic Firsts National Postal Museum Center for the Study of Technology & Society History Channel
1934 In Minnesota, Violence Erupts During a Minneapolis Teamsters' Strike, Sending 30 Policemen to the Hospital Minneapolis, Minnesota Labor Strikes Minnesota Historical Society
1936 President Franklin Roosevelt Signs the Rural Electrification Act President Franklin Roosevelt Electricity Historic U.S. Documents University of Georgia
1940 Nazi's Murder 1,500 East Prussian Hospital Patients as "Unfit" Nazi Germany World War II History Channel
British Attack Rommel's 7th Panzer Division at Arras, France France World War II BBC
1941 First U.S. Ship (S.S. Robin Moor) Is Sunk by German U-Boat Nazi Germany Naval History World War II Mt. Holyhoke
1942 :2,200 Jews Are Taken to the Edge of Koritz, Poland and Shot Into Pre-Dug Pits Poland Nazi Germany The Holocaust NAAF Holocaust Memorial
German Conglomerate I.G. Farben Petroleum Factory Opens Near Auschwitz Using Forced Jewish Labor Nazi Germany Business and Economics Slavery The Holocaust U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
1945 46-year-old Humphrey Bogart Marries 21-year-old co-Star Lauren Bacall Humphrey Bogart American Entertainers Film Internet Movie Database
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1950 Lightning Kills Two and Tornado Creates Heavy Property Damage Near London London, England Tornado Death BBC
6.0 Magnitude Earthquake Kills 83, Injures 200 in Central Peru Peru Earthquake Death USGS
1955 Chuck Berry Records "Maybellene" Chuck Berry Popular Musicians African American Performing Artists History Channel
1956 The United States Explodes the First Airborne Hydrogen Bomb over Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Nuclear Weapons Aviation Military History Historic Firsts New York Times
1958 A Federal Court Order Ends Segregation on New Orleans Street Cars and Buses New Orleans Racism U.S. Civil Rights Movement African-American Heritage Law & Legal Resources Louisiana Secretary of State
1959 The Musical ''Gypsy'' Opens on Broadway New York City Stage and Theater Historic Firsts The Internet Broadway Database
1960 7.9 Magnitude Earthquake Is First in Two Days to Kill 5,000 in Chile Chile Earthquake Death History Channel USGS
1961 South Korean Military Junta Leader Lt. General Chang Do-yung Announces a Cabinet Has Been Established Korea Asian History
1964 Baltimore Light Is Activated as the First Nuclear-Powered Lighthouse Baltimore, Maryland Lighthouses Nuclear Power Historic Firsts Center for the Study of Technology & Society
1966 World Heavyweight Champion, Muhammad Ali, Knocks Out Henry Cooper in London London, England Muhammed Ali Boxing Hall of Fame African-American Sports Figures BBC
1968 U.S. Nuclear Submarine, Scorpion Sinks in the Atlantic: 99 die Naval Military History Nuclear Weapons New York Times
Separate Representation of Voters Amendment Act Strengthens South Africa's Apartheid System South African Government Apartheid Laws and Legal Resources South African History
1973 Marian Wright Edelman Organizes the Children's Defense Fund South Carolina Political & Social Leaders Child Advocacy Children's Defense Fund
1977 U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Andrew Young (an African American) Visits South Africa The United Nations South Africa Andrew Young Apartheid South African History
Undefeated Seattle Slew Wins the 102nd Preakness Stakes Maryland Horse Racing The Preakness New York Times
1980 Empire Strikes Back Is Released in the U.S. George Lucas Film Internet Movie Database
1984 The Movie "The Natural," Based on the Book by Bernard Malamud, Is Copyrighted Trademarks and Copyrights Film Internet Movie Database USPTO
1985 Tony Feltch of Wisconsin Sets the World Record for the Longest Distance Flown by a Paper Airplane: 193' Wisconsin Aviation Wisconsin Historical Society
1988 Soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev Dismisses the Communist Party Leaders in Armenia and Azerbaijan Mikhail Gorbachev Armenia Azerbaijan Cold War History Channel
1989 1 Million Hong Kong Demonstrators Support Beijing Protesters for Democracy China Human Rights Asian History
1990 Final Episode of Newhart Airs Television Internet Movie Database
1991 Suicide Bomber Assassinates Former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi Indian Political Leaders Terrorism Death Asian History BBC
1997 5.8 Magnitude Earthquake Kills 38, Injures 1,000, Leaves Thousands Homeless in India India Earthquake Death USGS
Tacoma, Washington's Eleventh Street Bridge Is Renamed in Honor of Puget Sound Historian Murray Morgan Tacoma, Washington Bridges History Link
1998 After 31 Years, Indonesian President Suharto Resigns Indonesian Political and Social Leaders Asian History
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2000 President Garfield's Spine Goes on Display at the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Assassination of President Garfield American Presidents Human Skeleton National Museum of Health and Medicine History Channel
2003 6.7 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Algeria: 1,000+ die Algeria Earthquakes Death USGS
Ohio High School Senior, LeBron James, Signs $90 M Contract with Nike Ohio Sports Figures Basketball Economics and Business African-American Sports Figures USA Today