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Whose ninth and final symphony premiered in Vienna?
Ludwig van Beethoven
What revolutionary leader helped Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia achieve independence?
What canal connected the Hudson River to the Great Lakes?
The "Stockton and Darlington", opened in 1825, was the first of its kind and was one
of the most momentous innovations of the 19th century. What was it?
What country, originally called New Holland, gained its current name?
Who was re-elected as President of the United States, running essentially unopposed?
What libertine English poet died of fever fighting for Greek independence?
What huge land mass was finally discovered in 1820?
What city did London overtake to become the most populous in the world?
What did Jean-François Champollion use to decipher ancient Egyptian heiroglyphs?
Who died of stomach cancer on the island of St. Helena?
What agreement added two new states to the U.S. and prohibited the expansion of
slavery north of the 36°30′ parallel?
What type of people were, for the first time in 157 years, allowed to serve
in the British Parliament?
In what modern-day country was a colony established for freed American slaves?
What empire abolished the Janissaries, who for 463 years had served
as its most elite soldiers?
Who published his comprehensive dictionary of American English?
What country did the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng come from?
What armless Greek sculpture was discovered on the island of Melos?
Venus de Milo
What "Ode to a Nightingale" poet died of tuberculosis at the tender age of 25?
What metal, the most common in the Earth's crust, was extracted from ore for the
first time? (For decades, it would be more expensive than gold.)
Jan 6, 2020
Rough decade to be a poet.
Jan 7, 2020
You should accept Peking for Beijing given that this is an 1820s quiz.
Jan 8, 2020
Train for railway?
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