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September 2014
O'Reilly's History Quiz from September 30, 2014
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One of the hallmarks of the Hayes Administration was changing how civil-service appointments were made. Hayes wanted them made based on what?
O'Reilly's History Quiz from September 23, 2014
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What were most of the apples from Johnny Appleseed's trees used for?
O'Reilly's History Quiz from September 16, 2014
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Under his purview as secretary of war, Taft became the supervisor of what big dig project?
O'Reilly's History Quiz from September 9, 2014
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A soldier before he came to the colonies, John Smith was sold into slavery after he was captured where?
O'Reilly's History Quiz from September 2, 2014
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In another first, McKinley's inauguration was the first to be captured using what?
SEPTEMBER 30, 2014  | PM Rating: B+
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