Toss-ups His career in publishing began in 1833, when he became editor of the Observer, a Presbyterian paper in St. Louis. His unpopular support for gradual emancipation forced him to move to Ohio



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Toss-ups

1.

His career in publishing began in 1833, when he became editor of the Observer, a Presbyterian paper in St. Louis. His unpopular support for gradual emancipation forced him to move to Ohio, where he founded the Alton Observer in 1836. FTP, name this abolitionist publisher, who was murdered while defending his printing press in 1837.



Answer: Elijah P. Lovejoy
2.

Although Biblical chronology indicates that David and Solomon ruled here in the tenth century B.C.E., new archaeological findings at this site indicate that the palaces they are supposed to have built date from a century later. The new data has led to a modern scholarly battle on this site of some 34 historic battles, one of which led to the Jews’ Babylonian captivity in the sixth century B.C.E. FTP, what is this battle site, from whose name the word “Armageddon” is derived?

Answer: Megiddo
3.

His first pro experience came in 1997 with the Barcelona Dragons, whom he led to the World League Championship, winning MVP honors in the World Bowl. For the 1999 NFL season, coach Mike Holmgren bet that this quarterback, despite having only six previous NFL starts, lead his team to its first playoff berth in eleven years. FTP, what quarterback did not disappoint hopeful fans in Seattle?

Answer: Jon Kitna
4.

Influenced, by Japanese woodcuts, she began to emphasize line over mass and experimented with asymmetric composition—as in The Boating Party. This was a change from her early style evident in a portrait of her sister Lydia, The Cup of Tea, which she was invited to exhibit by Edgar Degas along with his fellow impressionists. FTP identify this painter best know today for her portrayals of mothers and children in intimate relationship and domestic settings.

Answer: Mary Cassatt
5.

It restored Catholic worship in all areas where it had suffered interruption and made any extension of Protestantism legally impossible. Nevertheless, it aroused the wrath of Pope Clement VIII and its political clauses were later annulled by Richelieu. FTP, name this proclamation that established the Chambre de l'Edit [ey-dee], permitted public worship, and granted civil and religious liberty to the Huguenots.

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