Which event marked the end of the French Monarchy?
Taking of the Bastille What major event is the year 1929 known for?
Start Of The Great Depression Who is the only First Lady who later became a member of the President's cabinet?
Hillary Clinton What group was behind the Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
The Black Hand What was once called a penny-farthing?
What kind of leaf is on Canada's flag?
Maple How many states border Kansas?
4 In the United States, which state is referred to as the Lonestar state?
Texas What store in New York City houses a ferris wheel?
Toys R Us Which of the following volcanoes is not located in Africa?
What is the sun?
Star Which of these units of measurement is the largest?
Astronomical Unit What is the method to pairing genetic genotypes?
Punnet Square What does the chemical function "aldehyde" stand for?
Alcohol Dehydrogenated Which part of the body is responsible for the creation of red blood cells?
How long is a 4x8 relay in total?
3200M What college team lost all its players in a terrible airplane accident?
Marshall What player won her 20th Grand Slam title at the French Open in 2015?
Serena Williams In American football how many quarters are in a game, even if the game goes into overtime?
4 A tatami is used in which of the following sports?
Which movie starred Kevin Costner converting to a Native American tribe?
Dances With Wolves What band is famous for the hit "Fear of the Dark"?
Iron Maiden Which one of the answers below is not a social media site?
9Gag In the movie "Gone With the Wind" what was the actors name that said "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn!"?
Clark Gable Which is Woody's owner's name on the Toy Story film?
In Greek Mythology, what is half goat and half human?
Satyr Leonardo da Vinci could be described as the following....?
All That Are Mentioned. Which of these children's literature classics did Beatrix Potter write?
The Tale Of Peter Rabbit How many presidents are sculpted into Mount Rushmore?
4 Which authors died on the same date?
Miguel de Cervantes and Shakespeare