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Question 1: February 15________, American statesman and diplomat, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (d.
William L. MarcyElihu RootJames MonroeJohn C. Calhoun

Question 2: ________Leopold Auer, Hungarian violinist and composer (d.
January 1July 4March 4June 7

Question 3: October 9 – The eminent and controversial ________, John Henry Newman, is received into the Roman Catholic Church.
CatholicismEpiscopal Church (United States)AnglicanismEcumenical council

Question 4: ________ – The journal Scientific American begins publication.
January 1August 24August 28March 4

Question 5: ________Texas is admitted as the 28th U.S. state.
March 4January 1December 29July 20

Question 6: March 11________: Chiefs Kawiti and Hone Heke lead 700 Māoris in the burning of the British colonial settlement of Kororareka (now known as Russell, New Zealand).
New Zealand land warsTauranga CampaignFlagstaff WarHutt Valley Campaign

Question 7: ________, Norwegian writer (b.
Henrik WergelandNorwegian literatureNorwayBjørnstjerne Bjørnson

Question 8: November 3Edward Douglass White, 9th ________ (d.
Supreme Court of the United StatesPresident of the United StatesAssociate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United StatesChief Justice of the United States

Question 9: January 29The Raven by ________ is published for the first time (New York Evening Mirror).
William BlakeEdgar Allan PoeE. T. A. HoffmannJohann Wolfgang von Goethe

Question 10: ________Abay Qunanbayuli, Kazakh poet (d.
January 1August 10August 23March 4

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