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March 2014 trivia

As always, here are this month’s trivia questions. Enjoy and good luck! Of course, remember to tune in next month.

1) In 1964, who was named Time Magazine’s Man of the Year and became the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize (born 1929)
a. Martin Luther King, Jr.
b. Louie Armstrong
c. Albert Einstein
d. John F. Kennedy

2) What was the first North American venue to host the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in 2010?
a. Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, KY
b. Belmont Park, Elmont, NY
c. Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, MD
d. Del Mar Racetrack, Del Mar, CA

3) Who was Daniel Boone?
a. A general during the Mexican American War of 1846
b. A famous Navajo sandpainter
c. A celebrated folk hero who created Boonesborough in 1775, one of the first English-speaking settlements west of the Appalachians
d. A lumberjack and good friend of Jedidiah Smith in the early 1800’s

4) Why was the term Anasazi changed to Ancient Puebloans?
a. In various Native American languages, Anasazi means ancestors and these ancient ones lived in villages, referred to as Pueblos
b. Anasazi dwellings were too often confused with proper storage for climbing shoes
c. It was found that the Anasazi peoples had a lot in common with current Mexican pueblos
d. Anasazi is a derogatory term in the Apache language, so each time it was spoken, it would be taken as an insult to its nomadic culture

5) How many Native American tribes make their home in Oklahoma today?
a. 3
b. 7
c. 21
d. 39

Answers: aacad

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