100 Most Significant Americans Of All Time


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Name the 100 most significant Americans according to the Smithsonian in 2014. Answers were ranked within 10 different categories.

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Quiz Creation Date: 4-28-2015

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  1. 0
    Either “First Woman” doesn’t mean what I assumed it did, or I don’t think Bette Davis should be there…
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      it doesn’t mean like “First Lady” – just a term they chose for a category of women.
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    I’m getting a few that aren’t working: Graham, Malcolm X, Jobs. And nothing to do with your quiz, but the list has some very questionable entries. Naismith wasn’t an American citizen until well after he invented basketball. Arnold won all his bodybuilding championships as an Austrian. Hulk Hogan? Where is Geronimo? And finally, a horse?
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      they aren’t part of the 100 – the Smithsonian published 110 with one extra per category they thought deserved mention – I didn’t include those.

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