A type of bed that folds into the wall, after its inventor.
Battle yell, especially by American paratroopers upon leaving a plane, after the Chiricahua Apache.
A traitor, after the American who betrayed his country by trying to turn over West Point to the British.
Personification of America, from the initials of a meatpacker in Troy, NY, which were stamped on crates of rations for the country’s soldiers.
'____ Wheel' - Large amusement park ride with seats set in a giant wheel, after its inventor.
Unbranded animal, or, independent person, after a Texas rancher who refused to brand his cattle.
Public opinion poll, after the man who developed an interactive online polling methodology, which gained fame by predicting that Gov Mario Cuomo would lose his home state of New York to Bush.
Person's signature, after the first signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Submachine gun that became infamous during the Prohibition Era, used by both law enforcement officers and criminals, after its inventor; aka the 'Trench Sweeper', 'Chicago Typewriter', 'Chicago Piano'.
Early electronic musical synthesizer capable of producing a wide range of sounds, after its inventor.
Drink made of 7-Up and grenadine, after the young actress who starred in such movies as Little Miss Marker.
45 caliber revolver, after the inventor and industrialist who made the mass production of the revolver commercially viable, by being one of the first to utilize an assembly line.
Expert horseman, scout, or sharpshooter, after the nickname of famed showman Cody.
To hog the limelight, or act like a bully, after an actor who played tough guys.
Public opinion poll which gained fame after correctly predicting a Roosevelt victory -- contradicting the Literary Digest -- using a far smaller sample, and named after its founder.
Cast-iron stove, after its inventor.
An expert shooter, or, a free ticket or pass, from the stage name used by Phoebe Moses -- star of ‘Wild West’ shows, whose targets resembled punched cards.
Among the earliest repeating rifles, incredibly popular and colloquially known as 'The Gun that Won the West', after its manufacturer.
Breed of strong riding horse, usually chestnut or black, after the horse breeder and composer.
Railroad passenger car used for sleeping, after the designer of such a car.
A notorious robber, after the gang leader, bank and train robber, murderer, and Confederate guerrilla.
'___ville' – A shantytown, after the president at the time of the 1929 stock market crash.
Popular fast dance for couples, after the famous aviator who was the first to fly solo across the Atlantic.
Fictitious or slanderous story, especially one told for political effect, after the imaginary author of a non-existent book, defaming James K. Polk.