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Famous Taverns in U.S. History
"Taverns have played a surprisingly central role in the history of the United States. Here are questions on 10 such taverns."
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What historic event took place at Fraunces Tavern in New York City on December 4, 1783?
The treaty ending the Revolutionary War was signed.
The five boroughs of New York were formally united into one city.
The first mayor of New York City was sworn into office.
George Washington bade farewell to his officers following the Revolutionary War.
Heinhold's First and Last Chance Saloon, in Oakland, California, was a hangout for which famous writer?
Which famous rebellion was planned in 1786 at Conkey's Tavern in Pelham, Massachusetts?
Sprague's Tavern, in Chepachet, Rhode Island, played a key role in which political movement?
What is the name of the famous tavern in Chicago whose owner is said to be responsible for the Chicago Cubs not appearing in the World Series for the 63 years following their 1945 collapse against the Detroit Tigers?
John Barleycorn Saloon
The Bambino Saloon
The Billy Goat Tavern
The Little Brown Jug Pub
The Blue Moon Tavern has been a popular counterculture hangout for such literary giants as Theodore Roethke, Dylan Thomas, and Allen Ginsberg. In which city is this famous tavern located?
Gadsby's Tavern in Alexandria, Virginia, has been visited by many U.S. Presidents. But which one spent the first night of his presidency at the tavern?
John Quincy Adams
James K. Polk
Which New York tavern was a favorite hangout of the poet Dylan Thomas?
White Horse Tavern
Which of the following 19th-century figures is most closely associated with the Long Branch Saloon in Dodge City, Kansas?
Billy the Kid
Nuttal & Mann's Saloon No. 10 in Deadwood, South Dakota, will be forever associated with which famous western figure?
Buffalo Bill Cody
Wild Bill Hickok
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