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Q. Where was the first photograph of a tornado taken?
A. Near Howard, South Dakota on August 28, 1884.
Q. What was the first religious show to be televised in color?
A. It Is Written, with George Vandeman.
Q. Who committed the first train robbery in the United States?
A. The Reno Brothers in 1866. They stole $13,000.00.
Q. Who was the U. S. Navy's first Hispanic admiral?
A. David G. Farragut, in 1866.
Q. Who had the first recorded hole-in-one in golf?
A. Tom Morris, in 1868.
Q. Who was the first black person to graduate from a college in the United States?
A. Alexander Lucius Twilight from Middlebury College.
Q. Who invented franchising?
A. Martha Matilda Harper, in 1888, with Harper Hair Dressing Salons.
Q. Who founded the first all-jazz radio station in the United States?
A. Alex "Sleepy" Stein. KNOB, in California, in 1957
Q. Who invented the lava lamp?
A. Edward Craven Walker
Q. What was the first television show to be regularly filmed before a live studio audience?
A. Truth or Consequences, in 1950
Q. Who was the first race walker to be inducted into the National Track and Field Hall of Fame?
A. Ron Laird, in 1986
Q. Who were the first deaf missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints?
A. Virl Osmond and Tom Osmond. They are brothers of Donny and Marie Osmond.
Q. Who was the first tennis player to wear short pants on the court?
A. Henry Wilfred "Bunny" Austin
Q. What was the first country music television show?
A. Midwestern Hayride, on WLW in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1948
Q. Who was the first National Hockey League player to score a hat trick in his first game?
A. Alex Smart, in 1943
Q. Who was the first U.S. president inaugurated in American-made clothes?
A. James Madison
Q. What was the first U.S. entertainment television series to shoot a show in Moscow?
A. Head Of The Class
Q. Who was the U.S. Navy's first Hispanic four-star admiral?
A. Horacio Rivero, in 1964
Q. What was the name of the first television soap opera?
A. Faraway Hill, on the DuMont Network in 1946
Q. What was the first television western series?
A. Hopalong Cassidy, in 1948
Q. Who was the first female law school graduate?
A. Ada Kepley, in 1870
Q. What was the name of the first United States fatality in the Korean War?
A. Private Kenneth Shadrick, on July 5, 1950
Q. Where was the first recorded tornado in what is now known as the United States?
A. Essex County, Massachusetts on July 5, 1643
Q. What was the lowest the Dow Jones Index reached during the depression?
A. 41.22 on July 8, 1932
Q. What was the name of the first warship named for a black person?
A. The SS Leonard Roy Harmon