Issue 52: January 2018 Edition

Welcome! This is where you’ll find answers to the Trivia Bits questions, as well as solutions to the puzzles from the January 2018 edition of the Patriot Alliance Messenger
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1. During America’s fight for freedom against England, what was unusual about the January 8, 1815, Battle of New Orleans?

A. No one was killed in the battle
B. The battle was not in New Orleans
C. Peace had been declared two weeks earlier 
D. A violent storm ended the battle prematurely

2. Hattie Caraway of Arkansas was the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate. Previously, on January 12, 1932, she was appointed to a Senate seat…

A. After championing woman’s rights
B. To fill the spot of her deceased husband
C. After saving her state from bankruptcy
D. To fill the spot of her disgraced husband

3. What was the eventual fate of American traitor Benedict Arnold, who was born on January 14, 1741?

A. He was beaten to death by a mob in Boston
B. He was hanged by the U.S. government
C. He disappeared and was never heard from again
D. He escaped to England and lived out his years there 

4. In U.S. history, only one person of Native American ancestry has served as vice president. Entering the Senate on January 23, 1907, he is…

A. Charles Curtis, VP for Herbert Hoover
B. Charles Dawes, VP for Calvin Coolidge
C. Charles Fairbanks, VP for Woodrow Wilson
D. Garret Hobart, VP for William McKinley


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