Crude Oil. The March 24, 1989, Exxon Valdez disaster in Alaska's Prince William Sound was the worst oil spill in U.S. history.
Calypso. On July 11, 1996 the Calypso sank in Singapore Harbor.
Phillips CDI. The PlayStation was originally going to be an add on piece for the SNES.
Stuart. Mary Queen of Scots was executed for treason against Queen Elizabeth I.
Cherokee. The march along the famous Trail of Tears was walked by the Cherokee of North Carolina to Oklahoma in the mid-1800's.
John Quincy Adams. John Quincy Adams died in the Speaker's Room on February 23, 1848.
Philadelphia. The famous "Dewey Defeats Truman" photograph was taken at the end of the 1948 election.
Fly Solo Across The Atlantic. Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly a plane across the Atlantic Ocean by herself.
Fleas. The Black Death was one of the most lethal plagues in human history.
Alan Shepard. Alan Shepard was the only one of the original seven to make it to the moon.
Envoid. Envoid was approved by the F.D.A. in 1960.
Egypt. Due to a revolution King Farouk was forced to abdicate his throne in 1952.
Winston Churchill. Winston Churchill's stubborn insistence on seeing Adolf Hitler crushed was a crucial element in Britain's World War II success.
Minnesota. In the early fall of 1862, the Sioux attacked the settlers of Minnesota.
Regulate Prices. The earliest guild with economic power was called the guild merchant.
Colditz Castle. Colditz Castle overlooks the River Mulde, near Dresden, Germany.
Alexander Graham Bell. The first telephone call was made by Alexander Graham Bell to his assistant Thomas Watson.
Malaysia. From 2003 to 2009, Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi led Malaysia.
Vermont. Vermont was originally called the Republic of New Connecticut, and had the first written constitution in North America.
Me 262. The Me 262 is also called "schwalbe" which is German for "swallow" and also means "diving" in soccer.