On This Day: September 18th Quiz Stats

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The first cornerstone of the US Capitol building is laid by this man, known as the ‘father of the country’.
1793
George Washington
92.3%
John Adams
3.2%
Patrick Henry
1.4%
Alexander Hamilton
3.1%
This famous geyser is observed and named by Henry D. Washburn during the Washburn-Langford-Doane Expedition to Yellowstone.
1870
Old Faithful
89.6%
Old Hickory
1.6%
Old Yeller
5.6%
Old Reliable
1.6%
The ______ Phonographic Broadcasting System, today known as CBS, goes on the air.
1927
Columbia
78.3%
Continental
13.7%
Champion
0.5%
Community
5.5%
______ votes against independence from the United Kingdom.
2014
Scotland
73.3%
Northern Ireland
14.3%
Wales
5.7%
England
4%
The Mukden Incident gives Japan a pretext to invade and occupy this region in northeast China.
1931
Manchuria
68%
Tibet
14.9%
Hong Kong
9.1%
Macau
5.9%
The National Security Council and this agency are established in the United States under the National Security Act.
1947
Central Intelligence Agency
64.4%
Drug Enforcement Administration
2.9%
Federal Bureau of Investigation
20.8%
Department of Defense
9.4%
The US Congress passes the ______ Slave Act of 1850.
1850
Fugitive
58%
Runaway
34.3%
Escaped
5.7%
Wanted
1.2%

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