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5-Minute Quests Today's 5-Minute Quest

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5-Minute Quests
BEGINNERS

1. Who did Bobby Fischer defeat to win the International Chess Championship on this date in 1972? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

2. Which country celebrates this date as Teacher's Day? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

3. According to Houghton Mifflin, what list does Patricia McMahon use to guide her travels? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

Use all of these letters to spell the name of a classical composer, conductor or performer born on this date:
PRETENDER HEM BUCKLING
INTERMEDIATE

1. Why was the Pennsylvania Railroad shut down on this date in 1960? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

2. According to the University of Louisville, why did George T. McWhorter give his Edgar Rice Burroughs collection to the university? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

3. According to East Carolina University, why did Rosa Guy quit school at the age of 14? (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 Rosa Guy (according to the African American Literature Book Club):
FISH TENDER
EXPERT
(hint: all three questions will require you to use a link found on this page)

1. According to Cambridge University, what problem was Francis Aston attempting to solve when he invented the mass spectrograph?

2. According to the AFL CIO, why was Walter Reuther fired from his job as an apprentice tool-and-die maker?

3. According to the Gale Group, why was Gloria Estefan's father held prisoner in Cuba?

Use all of these letters to spell the title of a 1932 work of Arthur Upfield (according to the Authors' Calendar):
OLD ARABIA COUNTY
 
 
Edgar Rice Burroughs
Edgar Rice Burroughs
Born on This Date 1875

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American Authors

Francis Aston
Francis Aston
Born on This Date 1877

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Mass Spectography 1922 Nobel Laureate for Chemistry

Walter Reuther
Walter Reuther
Born on This Date 1907

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Labor

Rosa Guy
Rosa Guy
Born on This Date 1925

[East Carolina University]

Young-adult Author

Gloria Estefan
Gloria Estefan
Born on This Date 1957



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1905 Edna M. Cameron (Texas-born Children's Author) Texas Authors & Illustrators Alaska Primary Authors
1912 Witold (W.T.) Mars (Polish Children's Author, Illustrator) Polish Authors & Illustrators Primary Authors Artists
1925 Rosa Guy (Trinidad-born African-American/Hispanic Children's Author) Rosa Guy Young-adult Author African-American Authors & Illustrators Hispanic-American Authors & Illustrators
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1887 Frederic Sauser-Hall (Blaise Cendrars: Swiss Poet) Frederic Sauser-Hall Poetry
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1803
Travelling with Lewis and Clark

Lewis: When we awoke this morning the water was covered with a thick fog, we could only see 40 paces in front of us. We waited until the sun melted away the fog and proceeded at 8 o'clock. Fog seems to be very common in Ohio at this time of year. We ran into much difficulty today on account of the riffle called Woolery's Trap. We had to unload all of the boat's contents try and lift the boat over the trap. Finding this impractical we found a man with a team of oxen to help us. With all of this difficulty we stayed and remained all night, having made only ten miles today.
Ohio Keelboats Lewis & Clark Expedition Oxen Lewis & Clark Map: 09/01/03 University of Kentucky
1804
Travelling with Lewis and Clark

Clark: Renewed our voyage. We set out with a small gentle breeze. Mr. Dorion left his kettle and had to sent back for it. We passed by the whitish to yellowish chalk along the sides of the river walls. The hills come close to the river; and are so near on both sides, as not to be more than two miles from each other. The sides of the river are about 170 feet high and the high lands approach the river from each side. It was cloudy all day and it began to rain. We saw a beaver house today but we could not find the opening. Drewyer killed an elk and a beaver after night and a number of catfish were caught.
Nebraska South Dakota Lewis & Clark Expedition Lewis & Clark Map: 09/01/04 Beaver Elk Fish The Lewis and Clark Trail University of Kentucky
1805
Travelling with Lewis and Clark

Clark: a fine morning Set out early and proceeded on over high ruged hills passing the heads of the Small runs which fall into the river on our left to a large Creek which falls into the river 6 miles to our left and encamped in the bottom,

Some rain to day at 12 and in the evening which obliges us to Continu all night despatched 2 men to the mouth of the Creek to purchase fish of the Indians at that place, They returned with Some dried, we giged 4 Sammon & killed one Deer to Day.

the Countrey which we passed to day is well watered & broken Pore Stoney hilly country except the bottoms of the Creek which is narrow, all the Indians leave us except our Guide, one man Shot two bear this evining unfortunately we Could git neither of them


Ordway: we Set out at Sun rise and proceeded on up a high mountain at the first pich one of the horses fell backward and roled over, but did not hurt him much. we proceeded on up and down the high mountains Crossed Several Creeks the water of which was verry cold. considerable of pine and cotton timber along each of those branches, and pleanty of Servis berrys which are verry Sweet and good at this time.

in the afternoon we had Several Shower of rain and a little hail. we descended a mountain down in to a valley through which runs a large Creek we went on a Short distance up the valley and Camped at Some old Lodges.

we giged Several Sammon in this Creek. three men went down to the mouth of the creek and bought about 25 pounds of dryed Sammon and Sammon rose [roe?] with a fiew Small articles.

our hunters killed a Deer and wounded 2 bear at dusk. we Came 23 miles this day. we find abundance of wild or choke Cherries which are now ripe in this bottom we gethered and boiled Some which eat verry well. Several Small Showers of rain this evening.

Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery Lewis & Clark Map: 08/18/05 Lemhi County, Idaho Shoshone Indians The Lewis and Clark Trail University of Kentucky University of Nebraska
1806
Travelling with Lewis and Clark

Clark: Musquitors very troublesom last night, we set out at the usial hour and had not proceeded on far before the fog became So thick that we were oblige to come too and delay half an hour for the fog to pass off which it did in Some measure and we again proceded on

R. Jo. Fields and Shannon landed on an Ponceras Island to try to kill Some deer which was Seen on the beech and the Canoes all passed them at 9 A. M

we passed the enterance of River Quiequur which had the Same appearance it had when we passed up water rapid and of a milky white Colour about two miles below the Quicurre, 9 Indians ran down the bank and beckened to us to land, they appeared to be a war party, and I took them to be Tetons and paid no kind of attention to them further than an enquirey to what tribe they belonged, they did not give me any answer, I prosume they did not understand the man who Spoke to them as he Spoke but little of their language.

as one Canoe was yet behind we landed in an open Commanding Situation out of Sight of the indians deturmined to delay untill they Came up. about 15 minits after we had landed Several guns were fired by the indians, which we expected was at the three men behind. I calld out 15 men and ran up with a fill deturmination to Cover them if possible let the number of the indians be what they might. Capt Lewis hobled up on the bank and formed the remainder of the party in a Situation well calculated to defend themselves and the Canoes &c.

when I had proceeded to the point about 250 yards I discovered the Canoe about 1 mile above & the indians where we had left them. I then walked on the Sand beech and the indians came down to meet me I gave them my hand and enquired of them what they were Shooting at, they informed me that they were Shooting off their guns at an old Keg which we had thrown out of one of the Canoes and was floating down.

those Indians informed me they were Yanktons, one of the men with me knew one of the Indians to be the brother of young Durion's wife. finding those indians to be Yanktons I invited them down to the boats to Smoke. when we arived at the canoes they all eagerly Saluted the Mandan Chief, and we all Set and Smoked Several pipes.

I told them that we took them to be a party of Tetons and the fireing I expected was at the three men in the rear Canoe and I had went up with a full intention to kill them all if they had been tetons & fired on the Canoe as we first expected, but finding them Yanktons and good men we were glad to See them and take them by the hand as faithfull Children who had opened their ears to our Councils.

one of them Spoke and Said that their nation had opened their years, & done as we had directed them ever Since we gave the Meadel to their great Chief, and Should Continue to do as we had told them we enquired if any of their Chiefs had gone down with Mr. Durion, the answered that their great Chief and many of their brave men had gone down, that the white people had built a house near the Mahar village where they traded.

we tied a piec of ribon to each mans hair and gave them Some Corn of which they appeared much pleased. The Mandan Cheif gave a par of elegant Legins to the principal man of the indian party, which is an indian fashion.

the Canoe & 3 men haveing joined us we took our leave of this party telling them to return to their band and listen to our councils which we had before given to them. Their band of 80 Lodges were on plum Creek a fiew miles to north. those nine men had five fusees and 4 bows & quivers of arrows.

at 2 P. M we came too on the upper point of bon homme opposit the antient fortification and Sent out men to hunt on each Side and on the island. and the canoes on each Side of the island to receive any meat might be killed

I walked on the N. E. main Shore found the bottom rich and thickly covered with Peavine rich weed grass interwoven in Such a manner with grape vines that I could not get through and was obliged to assend a high plains the passing through which I also found tiresom. the grass was nearly as high as my head and the musquitors excessively bad.

at the lower point of the Island all the Canoes & hunters Came together. Labeech killed an Elk only the flesh of which was brought on in the perogue. at this island we brought 2 years together or on the 1st of Septr. 1804 we Encamped at the lower point of this Island.

after we all Came together we again proceeded on down to a large Sand bar imediately opposit to the place were we met the Yanktons in Council at the Calumet Bluffs and which place we left on the 1t of Septr. 1804. I observed our old flag Staff or pole Standing as we left it.

the musquitors excessively troublesom untill about 10 P. M. when the S W wind became Strong and blew the most of them off.

we came 52 miles to day only with a head wind. the Country on either Side are butifull and the plains much richer below the Queiquer river than above the river

Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery Lewis & Clark Map: 08/18/05 Yankton County, South Dakota Yankton Indians

The Lewis and Clark Trail University of Nebraska

1807 Former U.S. Vice President Aaron Burr Is Found Not Guilty of Treason Aaron Burr Law & Legal Resources University of Missouri, Kansas City
1820 Residents of Milledgeville, GA Begin Dispensing Lands Ceded by Cherokees in 1819 Georgia Cherokee Indians University of Georgia
1823 Smith Thompson (NY) Sworn In As Associate Justice of U.S. Supreme Court New York Political & Social Leaders U.S. Supreme Court Oyez
1836 Missionaries, Narcissa and Marcus Whitman, Arrive in Walla Walla, Washington Narcissa and Marcus Whitman Religion Westward Expansion The History Channel
1849 48 Delegates Gather at Colton Hall in Monterey to Establish a Civil Government for American California Monterey, California LearnCalifornia
1851 In Minnesota, Cass and Chisago Counties Are Created Minnesota Cities and Counties Minnesota Historical Society
1858 First Edition of Gray's Anatomy Is Published Medicine Literature Education Historic Firsts IntelliHealth Amazon.com
1859 Richard Carrington Is the First Person to Witness a Solar Flare Solar Flares Historic Firsts NASA
1861 Luther College (now located in Decorah. Iowa) Opens in Halfway Creek, Wisconsin Wisconsin Education Iowa Education Education Luther College Wisconsin Historical Society
1862 Lee's Army Defeats Union Troops in Driving Thunderstorm at Chantilly, Virginia Robert E. Lee Battle of Chantilly The History Channel
1863 Santos Benavides' Confederate Troops Pursue Bandit Octaviano Zapata into Mexico Mexcio American Civil War Hispanic Heritage Texas State Historical Society
1864 Sherman's Pressure Forces Hood's Confederate Troops to Evacuate Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Library of Congress
1870 German Victory over the French at the Battle of Sedan Effectively Decides the Outcome of the Franco-Prussian War Germany France European History War German Historical Institute
1894 A Forest Fire Kills 413 People and Burns 160,000 Acres of Timberland Around Hinckley, Minnesota Hinckley, Minnesota Trees Fire Safety Death Minnesota Historical Society
1897 The First Section of the Boston Subway System Is Opened Boston Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority
1899 The First Issue of the St. Augustine Record Is Published Florida Journalism Florida State Historical Society
In Delaware, Wilmington High School Opens Wilmington, Delaware Education State of Delaware
Historic Events that occurred 1900-1949 on this date
1904 Helen Keller Is First Deaf & Blind College Graduate (Radcliffe) Helen Keller Special Needs Education Education Historic Firsts Radcliffe Writer's Almanac
1905 Alberta & Saskatchewan Enter Confederation as 8th & 9th Canadian Provinces Canada The Alberta Act: Canadian Department of Justice The Saskatchewan Act: Solon Law
Honus Wagner Agrees to Place His Signature on Louisville Slugger Bats Honus Wagner Baseball Hall of Fame Louisville Slugger
1906 Roald Amundsen and the Gjoa Reach Nome, Alaska, Completing the First Traverse of the Northwest Passage Roald Amundsen Nome, Alaska Explorers Naval History Historic Firsts Alaska Historical Society
1914 Martha, the Last Surviving Passenger Pigeon Dies at the Cincinnati Zoo Ohio Pigeons Endangered Species Wild Birds Unlimited Writer's Almanac
1918 William Vinson & James Elkins Found Their Houston Law Firm Texas Law & Legal Resources Vinson & Elkins Texas State Historical Society
Residents of Hibbing, Minnesota Begin Moving Its Buildings So That the Iron Ore Deposit Located Beneath the Town Can Be Mined Hibbing, Minnesota Labor Iron Minnesota Historical Society
1919 20,000 Members of Various Oregon Trade Unions March through Downtown Portland Portland, Oregon Labor SalemOregon.com
1920 The Iowa State Juvenile Home Opens in Toledo Iowa Child Advocacy Iowa State Historical Society
USS S-5 Submarine Sinks During a Practice Dive in the Delaware Bay; the 40-man Crew Is Rescued Delaware Submarines U.S. Navy
1923 Earthquake Strikes Tokyo and Yokohama: 150,000 Killed, 2M Homeless Japan Earthquake Death St. Louis University
1925 Bank of Mexico Begins Operation Issuing and Regulating Mexican Currency Mexico Economic Institutions Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
The New Castle-Pennsville Ferry Opens to Connect Delaware with New Jersey Across the Delaware River New Castle, Delaware Pennsville, New Jersey Rivers Boats State of Delaware
1932 New York City Mayor Jimmy Walker Resigns Amid Corruption Charges New York City Politics Crime New York City
1934 400,000 American Textile Workers Begin a Nationwide Strike Labor Job Actions Great Depression Alabama State Archives
1939 World War II Begins As Nazi Germany Invades Poland Poland Nazi Germany Nazi Invasion of Poland BBC Writer's Almanac
1941 Workers Begin Dismantling the Duluth and Northeastern Railroad, the Last Logging Line to Operate in Minnesota Minnesota Business Trees Railroad Minnesota Historical Society
1942 California Federal Court Upholds Wartime Detention of Japanese-Americans California Japanese-American Heritage Law and Legal Resources World War II University of Pittsburgh School of Law
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1951 United States, Australia and New Zealand Sign ANZUS Mutual Defense Treaty Australia New Zealand Historic U.S. Documents World History Yale University
1954 Self-employed Farmers Added to Social Security Coverage Farming & Agriculture Social Security The History Channel
1957 Elvis Presley Performs at Seattle's Sicks Stadium Washington Elvis Presley Popular Musicians State of Washington
1959 Elizabeth Taylor Signs for Lead in 20th Century Fox's Cleopatra Cleopatra Elizabeth Taylor Film The History Channel
1960 Labor Dispute Shuts Down Pennsylvania Railroad for First Time in 114 Years Railroad Labor Job Actions The History Channel
1961 Soviets End Moratorium on Nuclear Testing with 16 KTon Blast in Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Soviet Union Nuclear Weapons Cold War Commonwealth of Australia
Eritrean Liberation Front Initiates 30-year Armed Struggle for Independence Eritrea Ethiopia Ertra.com
1967 First Commercial Electricity from Boundary Dam Reaches Seattle Washington Dams State of Washington
1969 Bloodless Military Coup Deposes King Idris of Libya Libya BBC
1970 Senate Defeats McGovern-Hatfield Deadline for Vietnam Troop Withdrawal U.S. Senate Vietnam War The History Channel
1972 Bobby Fischer Defeats Boris Spassky for International Chess Championship Bobby Fischer Chess Cold War Courseworkbank
1976 Wall Street Journal Publishes First Edition for Europe Journalism Business & Economics The History Channel
1981 Bloodless Coup Ousts President David Dacko of the Central African Republic Central African Republic BBC
1982 President Jose Lopez Portillo Nationalizes Mexico's Banking Industry Mexico Economic Institutions Mexico Connect
1983 Soviet Fighter Jet Shoots Down Korean Air Lines 747: All 269 Aboard Die 747 Disaster Soviet Union Cold War Air Disasters Death Washington Post
1984 Tina Turner Tops the Charts with "What's Love Got to Do With It?" Tina Turner Popular Musicians African-American Performing Artists The History Channel
1985 U. S.-French Expedition Locates Remains of the Titanic Off Newfoundland Coast Newfoundland The Titanic Smithsonian Institution
1992 The Slovak Republic Passes Its Constitution Slovakia Slovak Republic
1994 Last Russian Soldiers Leave Berlin Russia Germany Soviet Union The Cold War International Herald Tribune
1997 Discovery of "Exotic Meson" Announced in Physical Review Letters Sub-atomic Particles Physics Brookhaven National Laboratory
Investigators Claim Driver of Car in Princess Diana Fatality Drunk & Speeding Great Britain Princess Diana BBC
1998 Mark McGwire's Home Runs 56 & 57 Break National League Season Record Baseball Baseball Almanac
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2005 Survivors Panic & Loot Stricken Areas Following Hurricane Katrina New Orleans Alabama Missisippi Hurricane Katrina Flooding Death
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