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Q1:   48% of 26808 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 48 points
The month of July is named after...
The Julian calendar
Pope Julius VI
Julantilius, the seventh month on the Georgian calendar
Julius Caesar
Juno, the Roman god of pleasure

Q2:   59% of 26808 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 59 points
Which transportation "first" occurred on July 24th, 1814?
The first steam locomotive debuted
The first coast-to-coast railroad opened
The first balloon flight across the English Channel took place
The first female balloon pilot was licensed
The first steamship crossed the Pacific

Q3:   71% of 26809 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 71 points
Which U.S. governmental service was established in July of 1865?
The Federal Bureau of Investigation
The Central Intelligence Agency
The Secret Service
The Internal Revenue Service
The Patent & Trademark Office

Q4:   77% of 26808 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 77 points
The British Parliament passed an Act in July, 1867, that did what?
Officially ended the Revolutionary War
Established the Crown Colony of Hong Kong
Established the Dominion of Canada
Required all Commonwealth coins to have a portrait of the King or Queen
Recognized Australia as part of the British Empire

Q5:   63% of 26808 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 63 points
What was the big news in Washington D.C. on July 2th, 1881?
Aaron Burr killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel
President Garfield was assassinated
The Republican Party held its first convention
The Spanish/American War ended
The first female U.S. Ambassador was appointed

Q6:   80% of 26808 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 80 points
Which significant event took place on July 4th, 1903?
Adolf Hitler was born
The world's first subway opened
The first Pacific cable was laid from San Franciso and Manila
The first successful open heart surgery took place
The first ice cream cone was sold

Q7:   75% of 26809 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 75 points
On July 5th, 1946, engineer Louis Reard's most famous invention made its debut. What was it?
The Hydrogen Bomb
Color Television
Gatorade
The "Walk/Don't Walk" Sign
The Bikini

Q8:   39% of 26807 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 39 points
Which aerospace achievement took place in July 20th, 1969?
The first female orbited the Earth
The first U.S.-U.S.S.R. space capsule docking
The first space-walk took place
Man first walked on the moon
Cape Canaveral was officially renamed Cape Kennedy

Q9:   64% of 26806 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 64 points
In July of 1971, the United States passed the 26th Amendment. What did it do?
Guaranteed equal rights for women
Set the minimum age for military service at 18
Set the minimum voting age in the United States at 18
Set the minimum drinking age in the United States at 21
Set the minimum age for the office of President at 40

Q10:   76% of 26806 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 76 points
A very special day is celebrated on July 15th every year. Is it...
The longest day of the year
Eat More Mushrooms Day
Polka Preservation Day
National Turn-Your-Mattress-Over Day
Cow Appreciation Day

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