1. On August 9, 1963, Jacqueline Kennedy gave birth to a son, who died 2 days later. What was his name?
2. When he died in December, 1799, one London newspaper reported, "His fame, bounded by no country, will be confined to no age." In Paris, Napoleon ordered a 10-day requiem, and in Amsterdam funeral music filled the air. Who was he?
3. This kind of dance originated in Europe in the 17th Century, but by about 1815, it became the most popular dance in the ballrooms of Europe. What was it?
4. Which woman, in August, 1988, became the first female leader of a Moslem country?
5. This Greek poet from the sixth century B.C. reputedly originated Greek tragedy; after his name certain actors are named. Who was he?
6. In 1939, the English King escorted his daughter to the New York World's Fair. Who were these two people?
7. In the 1850's, this escaped slave made 19 secretive trips to the South, and led more than 300 slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad, despite a bounty of $40,000 on her head. She was never caught. What was her name?
8. This 18th century radical French political leader helped execute thousands of people without trial during the Reign of Terror. After a public reaction against his extreme policies, he was executed without trial himself. Who was he?
9. Thrity-six colums surround the Lincoln Memorial. What do they represent?
10. The oldest known map ever discovered by archeologists, is a clay tablet dating from 3800 B.C., depicting a river flowing towards the southeast. Which river is depicted here?
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