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Coffee Break


➊ Eisenhower’s Presidential Campaigns: 1952 featured the slogan “I Like Ike”, which slogan did he use for 1956? a) Re-Like Ike b) Like Ike Twice c) I Still Like Ike


QUIZ


➋ What was unique about Lyndon B. Johnson’s Presidential Inauguration in 1963?


➌ Gerald Ford’s dog, Liberty, was what breed?


➍ Barack Obama’s family have two dogs, one is called Bo, what is the name of the other?


➎ George Bush Snr is Left, George Bush Jnr is Right. In what sense?


➏ Which President is depicted on the $5000 bill? a) James Madison b) Richard Nixon c) Ronald Regan?


➐ Jefferson Davis’ US Citizenship was restored under which President in 1978?


➑ The Capital of Liberia, Monrovia, is named after which famous American? a) President James Monroe b) Marilyn Monroe c) Bill Monroe


➒ May 16, 1991: Queen Elizabeth becomes the first British Monarch to address which US body?


It happened 25 years ago...


5 6


4 5 2 8


1


3


2 7 6


4 3


9 6


3 4 2 9


2 7 3


8 7 5


➓ May 5, 1891: Which famous NY music hall opened with a music festival featuring Tchaikovsky as a guest conductor?


It happened 125 years ago...


⓫ June 19, 1816: Industrialist William H Webb was born in New York – which industry is he most


It happened 200 years ago...


associated with? a) Shipbuilding b) Munitions manufacture c) Printing Machines


Quiz answers and Sudoku solution on page 89 6


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