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Facts and Hints People % Correct
Invented the Cotton Gin.Eli Whitney
85.1%
The King...of pop.Michael Jackson
82.1%
Maker of the Model T.Henry Ford
81.1%
'I have a dream...'Martin Luther King Jr.
80.7%
First U.S. President to resign from office.Richard M. Nixon
80.1%
The president who was assassinated with the most show. Abraham Lincoln
77.4%
Inventor of the Telephone.Alexander Graham Bell
76.4%
The King.Elvis
74.7%
Actor turned politician.Ronald Reagan
73.6%
The two explorers who followed a series of rivers and a Native American guide across the country.Lewis and Clark
73.3%
Broke the 'color barrier' in baseball.Jackie Robinson
71.6%
Writer of Star Wars.George Lucas
68.2%
The 'fireside chat' president.Franklin Delano Roosevelt
65.9%
President of the short lived Confederate States of the Civil War.Jefferson Davis
62.2%
The only man to start a multi-billion dollar company in his garage.Bill Gates
61.1%
Facts and Hints People % Correct
The owner of Standard Oil, the richest man in history.John D. Rockefeller
60.8%
Led the charge up San Juan hill.Theodore Roosevelt
60.5%
Youngest president ever to serve in office.Theodore Roosevelt
60.5%
The most widely known delagate present at the Constitutional Convention (1787) representing Pennsylvania.Benjamin Franklin
60.1%
Commander of the 7th Cavalry at the Battle of Little Bighorn.George Armstrong Custer
57.4%
First black Supreme Court justice.Thurgood Marshall
50.3%
Ambulence driver during WWI, mind behind Steamboat Willie.Walt Disney
50.3%
Author of Harry Potter.J.K. Rowling
46.6%
Thought to be founder of the Mormon religion.Joseph Smith
44.9%
Author of, 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court'.Mark Twain
43.2%
Starred in Hello Dolly, talented black jazz musician of the 1900's.Louis Armstrong
36.5%
Led British forces at the battle of Yorktown (1781).Lord Cornwallis
35.1%
Established the principle of Judicial Review.John Marshall
33.4%
'And thats the way it is.'Walter Cronkite
31.1%
He didn't create the English language, but his dictionary defined it.Noah Webster
30.4%

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