On This Day: September 22nd Quiz Stats

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This magazine, which primarily contains articles about science, geography, history, and world culture, is published for this first time.
1888
National Geographic
92.5%
American Scientist
3.3%
Discover
2.2%
Skeptical Inquirer
0.5%
The steel strike of 1919, led by the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, begins in ______ before spreading across the United States.
1919
Pennsylvania
90.8%
Florida
1.2%
Arizona
2.9%
Idaho
3.2%
These ancient manuscripts, which have great historic, religious, and linguistic significance, are made available to the public for the first time by the Huntington Library.
1991
Dead Sea Scrolls
90%
Elgin Marbles
2.7%
Dropa Stones
1.5%
Mediterranean Tablets
3%
Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, claims he found ______ plates after being directed by God to the place where they were buried.
1823
Golden
75.4%
Silver
12.4%
Platinum
3.6%
Copper
7.8%
This American rock singer, known for songs like ‘I Love Rock 'n Roll’ and ‘Bad Reputation’, is born.
1958
Joan Jett
74.7%
Tina Turner
4.3%
Pat Benatar
15%
Debbie Harry
3.8%
This American soldier and spy is captured and hanged by the British during the American Revolution.
1776
Nathan Hale
70.8%
Paul Revere
12.2%
Samuel Adams
7.6%
Crispus Attucks
9.3%
Sara Jane Moore tries to assassinate this US President, but is foiled by Secret Service agent Oliver Sipple.
1975
Gerald Ford
62.4%
Jimmy Carter
10%
Richard Nixon
11.6%
Ronald Reagan
13.6%

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