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Famous Figures in US History II (Clickable)
Can you pick the Famous Figures in US History?
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Famous Figures in US History
I stopped the Whiskey Rebellion.
I am famous for my effective use of the assembly line.
I was our nation's first Supreme Court Chief Justice.
I was the first US president to be impeached (but not removed).
I helped organize the D-Day invasion.
I was lost over the Pacific Ocean.
I coined the term 'Gilded Age' and wrote many beloved classics.
I was a nurse in the Civil War and wrote 'Leaves of Grass'.
I am famous for my signature on the Declaration of Independence.
I led the colony of Jamestown.
I guided Lewis and Clark through 'the West'.
I made a fortune in the railroad industry
I invented the steel plow.
I founded the American Red Cross.
I couldn't help gyrating as the 'King of Rock and Roll'.
I caused the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
I was assassinated while running for president.
I overthrew Manuel Noriega in Panama.
I played my sax on television and worked to stop Slobodan Milosevic.
I was the first female justice on the Supreme Court.
I was a muckraker who exposed problems in the meat packing industry through 'The Jungle'.
I am the 'Father of the Constitution' and was president during the War of 1812.
I was the president of the Confederacy.
I inspired the Confederacy until my death at Chancellorsville.
I led the campaign to take Mexico City in the Mexican-American War.
I was vice president for about 30 days before becoming the US President.
I was a Vice-President well known for my fiery support for slavery and nullification.
I was blamed for the Great Depression.
I wrote many adages and signed both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
I was a champion of black rights, a noted orator, and ran a newspaper called the North Star.
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