Woodrow Wilson's. Woodrow Wilson's second wife finished his term after he suffered a stroke in Colorado in 1919.
Hawaii. James Cook was an English explorer, navigator and cartographer, he died in a fracas with Hawaiians during his third voyage.
A Menorah. The Arch of Titus commemorated the sack of Jerusalem in 70 AD during the First Jewish-Roman War.
Julius Caesar. Calpurnia Pisonis was the wife of Julius Caesar at the time of his murder on the Ides of March, 44 BC.
Gun Control. The Brady Bill was named for James Brady, who was shot during an assassination attempt on President Reagan in 1981.
Martin Van Buren. Martin Van Buren was the first President to be born an American citizen.
Pinkerton. The Pinkerton detective agency was after Jesse James, and more importantly, the reward.
18th. American Revolution was fought with help from France.
Tower Of London. The Tower of London was founded in 1078.
Komnenos. The Komemnos family, considered to have reversed the decline of the Byzantine Empire, included Alexios I, Anna, Manuel I and Andronicus I.
Ulysses S. Grant. Ulysses S. Grant died of cancer on July 23, 1885.
Mt. Lamington, Papua New Guinea. Mt. Lamington in the Northern Province of Papua New Guinea erupted in January 1951, destroying all who lived there.
Harry S. Truman's. The famous "The Buck Stops Here" sign on President Harry S. Truman's desk had "I'm From Missouri" painted on its back side.
California. Jerry Brown sought the Presidency in 1992, losing to Bill Clinton in the Democratic primary.
One. Only Gunner's Mate C.W. Kuykendall survived the sinking of U.S. submarine Tullibee in World War II.
1656. Christian Huygens invented the pendulum clock and that was the most accurate clock up to 1930.
29. Malta has one of the "youngest" European populations.
Scaling Walls. During the Siege of Syracuse, it was rumored that Archimedes used giant mirrors to light the Roman sails from a distance.
Mali. Timbuktu is in Mali, a large West African country.
Cadbury. Benjamin and John Cadbury ended their partnership in 1860 and John retired in 1861, leaving his sons to continue to build the business.