Important Dates
Important Events
Important People
Important places
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100

This happened in Sept 11, 2001

What is the twin towers attack?

100

We celebrate the ratification of the Constitution on this day.

What is Fourth of July?

100

The second president of the US

Who is John Adams?

100

This famous city lies on a 13 mile long island at the mouth of the Hudson River.

What is New York City?

100

This company perfected the assembly line, and now turns out Broncos and Explorers

What is Ford?

200

June 6, 1944

What is D-Day ?

200

He was an Italian explorer and navigator. In 1492, he sailed across the Atlantic Ocean from Spain in the Santa Maria, with the Pinta and the Niña ships alongside, hoping to find a new route to India.

Who is Christopher Colombus?

200

He has a famous musical written about him, and he served as the first Secretary of the Treasury.

Who is Alexander Hamilton?

200

They’re over 3,000 years old, and built for the purpose of housing pharaohs for the afterlife 

What are The Pyramids?

200

The writer who thought it wiser to instill fear than love. 

Who is Niccolo Machiavelli?

300

This date is known as the current 'diem' in Latin.

What is today?

300

This important event happened on July 20, 1969 by Neil Armstrong

What is land on the moon?

300

He was a great influence of Rock n' roll in the Amercian history, with his Blue Suede Shoes and Jailhouse Rock

Who is Elvis Presley?

300

This ancient temple to Athena stands as a symbol of the power of Athens and a testament to Greek civilization.

What is The Parthenon?

300

Water way that was recently blocked by the Evergiven

What is the Suez Canal?

400

This conflict lasted from 1939 to 1945 

What is World War II?

400

On the Feast of the Epiphany of this year, also known as January 6th, protestors stormed this government building.

What is the US Capitol?

400

She, along with Dr. Fauci, were instrumental in explaining the pandemic the US in daily news briefings.  

Who is Dr. Deborah Birx?

400

Once called "America's best idea" these public spaces are visited by millions of people each year.

What are the National Parks?

400

University of Wolverines who's mens' basketball team was recently eliminated from the NCAA tournament by UCLA 

What is the University of Michigan?

500

This war lasted from 1912-1918 and the US entered in 1917

What is World War I?

500

This began in 1929, it marked the beginning of the stock market crash, and it lasted throughout the 1930's

What is the great depression?

500

He crossed the Rubricon and ruined the Republic.

Who is Julius Caesar ?

500
It was originally called Lac-du-Saint-Sacrament by the French before they lost the French and Indian War.

What is Lake George?

500

First Female Player of the Year in NCAA basketball?

Who is Paige Bueckers?

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