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Whose three husbands included a Pulitzer Prize winning playwright and a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame?
What language did abolitionist Sojourner Truth speak as a child (the same as the man who was elected president ten years after she gained her freedom)?
Wellington (New Zealand) and Melbourne (Victoria) are named for British prime ministers. What other Southern Hemisphere capital was named for a PM, before its name changed in 1982?
The name of what percussion instrument, mentioned in a Cole Porter tune sung by Fred Astaire, when rendered in Morse code (sans hyphen) is spelled with twelve dashes and no dots?
What New York born singer/songwriter with a 50-year career was also a successful writer of commercial jingles, including ones for State Farm and Band-Aid?
The only monarch ever born in the United States, born in Massachusetts in 1927, King Bhumibol reigned for 70 years as king of what country?
The U.S. national anthem tells the story of an oversized flag that flew through the night over Fort McHenry. With how many stars was that banner spangled?
In 1824, Betty married her uncle James. In 1842, their daughter Charlotte married her cousin-on-both-sides Nathaniel. All four were members of what prominent European family?

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