The 19th Century - 3

Published: Monday 13th March 2017
  1. Washington DC officially became the capital of the USA in 1800, what was the previous capital?
  2. Who became British monarch in 1820 on the death of his father?
  3. Which famous artist painted several canvasses of the House of Parliament fire of 1834?
  4. Who was the co-author of the Communist Manifesto in 1848 alongside Karl Marx?
  5. The first underground railway was opened in London in 1863, which two stations were connected?
  6. Which team were victors in the first FA Cup final in 1872?
  7. What was discovered by Wilhelm Rontgen in 1895?
  8. Which engineer was responsible for designing and building the Caledonian Canal?
  9. Which engineer was responsible for the Stockton and Darlington Railway?
  10. What was introduced in England and Wales in 1837 which has been a boom to family historians?
  11. At which battle did the charge of the Light Brigade take place?
  12. What play was Lincoln watching when he was assassinated?
  13. At what battle was General Custer killed in 1876?
  14. In which city did America's first subway open in 1897?
  15. After defeat at Waterloo to where was Napoleon exiled?
  16. Which Earl replaced Wellington as British Prime Minister in 1830?
  17. Which American President died in 1841 as a result of catching a cold during his inaugural address?
  18. In which English city did Henry Bessemer set up his first steelworks?
  19. What act of Parliament in 1867 doubled the electorate in England and Wales?
  20. Which famous bridge collapsed in 1879 causing the loss of 78 lives?
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