Season 8 Final Jeopardy! Round clues (45 clues archived)

#1806, aired 1992-06-08PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS: He received the most electoral votes of any third party candidate in the 20th century Teddy Roosevelt
#1800, aired 1992-05-29VICE PRESIDENTS: He served FDR as Commerce Secretary, Agriculture Secretary, and Vice President Henry Wallace
#1799, aired 1992-05-28FOOD & DRINK: Before the introduction of Diet Coke, this was the leading diet soft drink in the U.S. Tab
#1795, aired 1992-05-22COMPOSERS: An anthem that he composed for George II's 1727 coronation has been used for British crownings ever since George Frederick Handel
#1794, aired 1992-05-21AMERICAN STORIES: Story that begins, "Whoever has made a voyage up the Hudson must remember the Kaatskill Mountains" "Rip Van Winkle"
#1793, aired 1992-05-20TRAVEL & TOURISM: This sparsely populated state has the highest percentage of its workforce in tourism, about a third Nevada
#1792, aired 1992-05-19ARTISTS: 2 of his major works are "Synagogue at Safed" (1931) & "King David" (1951) Chagall
#1791, aired 1992-05-18U.S. PRESIDENTS: A native Kentuckian, he was the first president born outside of the original 13 states Abraham Lincoln
#1790, aired 1992-05-15AMERICAN HISTORY: John Alden was the last surviving signer of this the Mayflower Compact
#1781, aired 1992-05-04THE 1970s: These documents revealed the Truman admin. gave military aid to France in its war against the Viet Minh Pentagon Papers
#1770, aired 1992-04-17INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: It was founded in Baghdad, Iraq in September 1960 OPEC
#1765, aired 1992-04-10AWARDS: The Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal features an engraving of this 18th century American Benjamin Franklin
#1755, aired 1992-03-27MYTHS & LEGENDS: One legend says he was the Earl of Huntingdon & lived from 1160 to 1247 Robin Hood
#1748, aired 1992-03-18LANGUAGES: Swedish is an official language of these 2 European countries Sweden & Finland
#1741, aired 1992-03-09THE U.S.A.: With 8, this state has the most national parks Alaska
#1740, aired 1992-03-0620th CENTURY VICE PRESIDENTS: The only VP to become president not immediately after his vice presidential term Richard Nixon
#1739, aired 1992-03-05LITERATURE: In "The Jungle Book" it's called "the Red Flower" & "every beast lives in fear of it" fire
#1738, aired 1992-03-04U.S. STATES: 2 of only 3 U.S. states which have all straight-line boundaries (2 of) Colorado, Utah, & Wyoming
#1719, aired 1992-02-06U.S. PRESIDENTS: 1 of the 4 presidents who never had a vice president (1 of) Tyler, Fillmore, Andrew Johnson & Arthur
#1710, aired 1992-01-24THE BIBLE: The book of Genesis ends with his death "and he was put in a coffin in Egypt" Joseph
#1709, aired 1992-01-23WOMEN AUTHORS: In 1901 she published what has become the best-selling children's book of all time Beatrix Potter
#1706, aired 1992-01-20THE STATUE OF LIBERTY: At her feet is a broken one of these chain
#1704, aired 1992-01-16MOVIE MUSICALS: This 1955 movie musical featured Rod Steiger in a dream ballet choreographed by Agnes de Mille Oklahoma!
#1685, aired 1991-12-20THEATRE: The patriarch of this family was born Herbert Blythe in 1847; he took a stage name in 1872 the Barrymores
#1675, aired 1991-12-06SONG STANDARDS: According to Irving Berlin, "They can play a bugle call like you never heard before" Alexander's Ragtime Band
#1667, aired 1991-11-26FAMOUS NAMES: In the late 1880s this engineer earned the nickname "Magician of Iron" Alexandre Gustave Eiffel
#1660, aired 1991-11-15COLONIAL AMERICA: The colonists referred to the first three French & Indian Wars using the names of these three British monarchs George, Anne & William
#1659, aired 1991-11-14U.S. PRESIDENTS: The first two consecutive presidents who were from the same state Thomas Jefferson & James Madison (both from Virginia)
#1658, aired 1991-11-13AFRICAN AMERICANS: In 1978 she became the first black woman honored on a U.S. postage stamp Harriet Tubman
#1657, aired 1991-11-12SOUTH AFRICA: The University of Cape Town is on the grounds of Groote Schuur, the former home of this statesman Cecil Rhodes
#1656, aired 1991-11-11AUTHORS: His father was a general under Napoleon & he took part in Garibaldi's liberation of Sicily in 1860 Alexandre Dumas
#1655, aired 1991-11-08ACTRESSES & THEIR ROLES: This American actress won a 1960 Tony & a 1962 Oscar for playing the same teacher Anne Bancroft
#1654, aired 1991-11-07THE BIBLE: The English title of this book is a translation of the Greek word "arithmoi" Numbers
#1653, aired 1991-11-06TRANSPORTATION: The world's 14th largest airline is based in this 240-square-mile island nation Singapore (Singapore Airlines)
#1652, aired 1991-11-05WORLD LEADERS: He died in 1965 & was buried in St. Martin's churchyard near the palace where he was born in 1874 Winston Churchill
#1651, aired 1991-11-04ANCIENT LITERATURE: More writings of this orator survive than of any other Latin author Cicero
#1639, aired 1991-10-17ORGANIZATIONS: The USA’s oldest nationwide voluntary health agency, it was founded in 1904 to combat tuberculosis the American Lung Association
#1635, aired 1991-10-11U.S. CITIES: The paper making Winston Churchill an honorary U.S. citizen is in this city named for an inventor Fulton, Missouri
#1634, aired 1991-10-10BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: The oldest U.S. food trademark still in use, a red devil, was granted to this company in 1870 Underwood
#1630, aired 1991-10-04FAMOUS NAMES: This future foreign prime minister attended Milwaukee Teachers Training College in 1916 & '17 Golda Meir
#1623, aired 1991-09-25BUSINESS & FINANCE: The Bank of N.Y., America's oldest continuously operating bank, was founded by him in 1784 Alexander Hamilton
#1622, aired 1991-09-24THE PULITZER PRIZE: In 1991 he won his second Pulitzer for fiction, with a book that was a sequel to his first winner John Updike
#1621, aired 1991-09-23WOMEN IN HISTORY: In 1909 she became the 1st woman pres. of what later became the National Conference of Social Work Jane Addams
#1620, aired 1991-09-20U.S. PRESIDENTS: The first president to serve 8 full years Thomas Jefferson
#1606, aired 1991-09-02POETRY: Robert Browning's poem about him contains the line "Rats! They fought the dogs and killed the cats" Pied Piper (of Hamelin)
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