Issue 58: September 2018 Edition

Welcome! This is where you’ll find answers to the Trivia Bits questions, as well as solutions to the puzzles from the September 2018 edition of the Patriot Alliance Messenger
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PAM September 2018 TRIVIA

1. On September 2, 1864, Union forces captured Atlanta, a key Southern city, in the Civil War. The Union general leading this campaign was… 
A. Ulysses S. Grant
B. William T. Sherman
C. George B. McClellan 
D. Ambrose E. Burnside
2. On September 2, 1945, President Harry S. Truman declared victory over Japan to effectively end World War II. The official surrender to the Allies occurred aboard the…
A. USS Iowa 
B. USS Indianapolis  
C. USS Missouri
D. USS Saratoga
3. On September 13, 1788, the U.S. Congress choice this city as the first capital of the new United States of America government…
A. New York 
B. Philadelphia
C. Washington, D.C.
D. Baltimore
4. On September 26, 1960, the first televised presidential debate occurred. Who did viewers and listeners believe won this debate?
A. Both viewers and listeners said John F. Kennedy won.
B. Both viewers and listeners said Richard Nixon won.
C. Viewers said Nixon won, while listeners said Kennedy won.
D. Viewers said Kennedy won, while listeners said Nixon won.
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