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Can you name the Random Final Jeopardy! 2?

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This U.S. event was set after the harvest, on a day when rural folk could get there without having to travel on SundayThe Calendar
This director of an Oscar-winning film is fighting to preserve Angel Island, site of a former immigration station in S.F. BayInternational Film Directors
In 2002 H&R Block used a version of this 1966 song in its TV commercialsAdvertising
This Best Picture had the shortest title, using only 2 different lettersThe Oscars
In 1994, after a 20-year absence, this country's delegation was allowed to be seated in the U.N. General AssemblyThe United Nations
A Civil War general, he was the last man to go directly from the House of Representatives to the presidencyU.S. Presidents
By 1948, all but one of the 9 in this group charged in a 1931 crime had been freedCivil Rights History
In 1826 Daniel Webster eulogized these 2 men, saying, 'They took their flight together to the world of spirits'Famous Americans
As part of 1997 changes to its industrial average group, Dow Jones replaced Woolworth with this retailerWall Street
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When it became a national park in 1919, it got this name used by the locals because it seemed like heaven on EarthNational Parks
The main green of this university includes statues of Ira Allen, its founder, & Lafayette, who visited in 1825Colleges and Universities
In 1912 he began creating abstact sculptures of Maiastra, a bird in Romanian legends20th Century Artists
This character is described as 'a howling monster', 'a most scurvy monster' & 'some monster of the isle'Characters in Shakespeare
Chocolate Avenue & Cocoa Avenue are 2 of the main thoroughfares in this town that was established in 1903U.S.A.
Commander Lloyd M. Bucher was the last captain of this U.S. shipFamous Ships
This consonant begins the last names of five presidents, more than any other letterPresidents
This symbol incorporates the semaphore signs for the letters N & D, for nuclear disarmamentSymbols

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