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03/19/2009 08:16:29 PM · #1
I'll ask a question (not hard ones) and lets see who can get them right. This is just for fun. Try not to use the internet for your answers.

I'll keep points.
2 points for right answers, -1 for wrong ones.

Question 1:
What was the name of Franklin D. Roosevelt's program to improve the economy?

POINTS:
chesire 8
TCGuru 5
GeneralE 2
CEJ 4

Message edited by author 2009-03-19 20:54:16.
03/19/2009 08:18:22 PM · #2
New Deal
03/19/2009 08:19:28 PM · #3
next question
03/19/2009 08:20:59 PM · #4
Originally posted by chesire:

New Deal


Correct

Question 2:
Which Native American who taught the pilgrims to fish and plant corn had formerly been a slave?
03/19/2009 08:23:37 PM · #5
I wanna say it was Squanto but you can knock me out if I am wrong...
03/19/2009 08:23:55 PM · #6
squanto
03/19/2009 08:24:18 PM · #7
drat, buzzed in too late
03/19/2009 08:26:03 PM · #8
Originally posted by TCGuru:

I wanna say it was Squanto but you can knock me out if I am wrong...


Correct

Question 3:
What do our "unalienable rights" include?
03/19/2009 08:28:05 PM · #9
Short answer - Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
03/19/2009 08:29:28 PM · #10
Originally posted by chesire:

Short answer - Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness


Correct

Question 4:
In what war did Pontiac, an Ottawa chief, lead a rebellion against the British and colonial troops?

Message edited by author 2009-03-19 20:32:05.
03/19/2009 08:31:15 PM · #11
Originally posted by Dirt_Diver:

Question 4:
In what way did Pontiac, an Ottawa chief, lead a rebellion against the British and colonial troops?

Let the air out of their tires? ;-)

Really, a tribe fought against both sides?
03/19/2009 08:31:42 PM · #12
Isn't he the one that posed as a friend and stabbed everyone in the back?

ETA: Called Pontiac's Rebellion

Message edited by author 2009-03-19 20:33:41.
03/19/2009 08:31:57 PM · #13
Any rights that are not contingent upon laws...oh never mind, too late I see.

Message edited by author 2009-03-19 20:33:53.
03/19/2009 08:33:09 PM · #14
Sorry it was a typo, I put way but I meant WAR... hahaha Sorry sloppy typing
03/19/2009 08:34:48 PM · #15
Pontiac's Rebellion, 1763...started by the First Nations (???) over dissatisfaction over British policies in the area or region. Around the Great Lakes if I remember correctly.

Message edited by author 2009-03-19 20:37:48.
03/19/2009 08:36:49 PM · #16
Please be more specific...
03/19/2009 08:37:51 PM · #17
The French and Indian War
03/19/2009 08:38:17 PM · #18
Originally posted by TCGuru:

The French and Indian War


Correct

Question 5:
Who had a coin minted in her honor for her efforts to improve women's rights?

03/19/2009 08:39:19 PM · #19
Susan B. Anthony
03/19/2009 08:39:33 PM · #20
Originally posted by TCGuru:

Susan B. Anthony


Correct

Question 6:
Who was known as the "Angel of the Battlefield" and is the founder of the American Red Cross?
03/19/2009 08:40:03 PM · #21
Clara Barton
03/19/2009 08:41:03 PM · #22
edit: something is wrong with my timing...

Message edited by author 2009-03-19 20:42:02.
03/19/2009 08:41:36 PM · #23
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Clara Barton


Correct

Question 7:
What crop was an important source of income for the colonists at Jamestown?
03/19/2009 08:41:45 PM · #24
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Clara Barton


I was thinking of the other lady... GOOD CALL!! :)
03/19/2009 08:42:46 PM · #25
tobacco?
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