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The Ventures
The Ventures
Formed in 1959, The Ventures gained national fame with "Walk, Don't Run," which peaked at #2 on the Billboard Singles Chart in 1960. Since then they have charted no fewer than 14 singles and 38 albums, making them the most successful instrumental rock group of all time.
Battle of Princeton
Battle of Princeton
Fought on January 3, 1777, George Washington's success at Princeton allowed the Americans to regain control of New Jersey, and greatly improved their morale.
John Randolph
John Randolph
served in the U.S. House of Representatives multiple times between 1799 and 1833, as well as in the U.S. Senate from 1825 to 1827. Although his tenure in the Senate was short, it was marked by the first Senate filibuster in history.
White County
White County
Created in 1806, White County was named for Revolutionary War soldier and early settler John White. The county seat and largest city is Sparta.
State of Franklin
Franklin
On August 23, 1784, three counties in what was then western North Carolina declared themselves independent of North Carolina. After establishing a provisional government, the counties then petitioned for admission to the Union as the State of Franklin. The petition failed, but Franklin did ultimately become part of what is now Tennessee.
Battle of Guilford Courthouse
The Battle of Guilford Courthouse
was fought on March 15, 1781 near present-day Greensboro, North Carolina. The losses suffered by the British at this battle ultimately led to the surrender of Liutenant General Lord Charles Cornwallis at Yorktown.
Sevier County
Sevier County
Named for John Sevier, the first Governor of Tennessee, Sevier County was formed in 1794. Despite Tennessee being a Confederate state during the Civil War, most of the county's residents remained loyal to the Union during the Civil War. The county seat is Sevierville, the eighth-oldest city in the state.
Free State of Bavaria
The Free State of Bavaria
is the largest state in Germany, with an area of 27,197 square miles. Home to a number of international corporations, the state has one of the largest economies in all of Europe. The capital and largest city is Munich.
Umetaro Suzuki
Umetaro Suzuki
developed a process for extracting vitamins from food sources while doing research into a disease called beriberi. His process resulted in the isolation of what is now known as Vitamin B1, the lack of which in a diet is a leading cause of beriberi.
James Lewis Kraft
James Lewis Kraft
began buying and selling cheese in 1903 and by 1909 had established the foundations of what is now the second largest food and beverage company in the world. In 1916 he patented a process for pasteurizing cheese so that it would resist spoilage and could be shipped long distances.

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