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Question: Which city, founded in 1565, could rightfully be called the oldest existing city in the U.S.?

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Question: a. How many Kings of France, 6, 12 or 18, were named Louis? b. And which numbered Louis was the only King of France ever to be executed, in 1793?

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Question: In April, 1982, war broke out between two very unlikely enemies, countries located almost 7,000 miles apart, in a neutral location. Who were the opponents, and generally where did they fight?

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Question: When U.S. President Zachary Taylor died in office July 9, 1850, his Vice President, from the state of New York, took over the office of President. During his term of office, he supported statehood for California, and for that the city of San Francisco tha

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