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Trivia

APCs Insider, September 11, 2015

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Francis Scott Key was inspired to write “The Star-Spangled Banner” after seeing the American flag flying over Fort McHenry during which war?
 
a. Civil War
b. Mexican-American War
c. Revolutionary War
d. War of 1812
 
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Last week’s question
The tuxedo got its name from which of the following?
 
a. A village in New York
b. British slang
c. Its inventor
d. The fabric it was originally made from
 
The answer is A. In 1886, wealthy Manhattanites were reported in society columns wearing the garment to formal events in Tuxedo Park. Initially, it was seen as a breach of etiquette to wear tuxedos to such events.



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