El Centro History Department Presents

      HISTORY 1302 TREASURE HUNT   - SINCE 1975

Directions:  Place the letter of the correct identification  next to 

the event/term/person it describes.  1/2 point each (1/4 point for bonus).  

To IDENTIFICATIONS/DEFINITIONS (Answers) EVENTS/TERMS/PERSONS:

1976: _____ 1. Jimmy Carter _____ 6. Patty Hearst _____ 2. Year-long celebration _____ 7. Death penalty _____ 3. "Streaking" _____ 8. North & South Vietnam _____ 4. Legionnaires disease _____ 9. Concorde _____ 5. Smokey the Bear _____10. U.S. Air Force Academy 1977: _____11. Amnesty granted _____15. Gary Gilmore _____12. Department of Energy _____16. Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant _____13. Panama Canal Treaty _____17. New York City _____14. Elvis _____18. Voyager I & II 1978. _____19. Camp David Agreement _____22. Bakke case _____20. Cleveland, Ohio _____23. People's Temple _____21. Muhammed Ali _____24. Iran _____25. Harvey Milk 1979: _____26. Iranian Hostage Crisis _____29. Three Mile Island _____27. China _____30. Margaret Thatcher _____28. Chrysler Corporation 1980: _____31. Afghanistan _____36. Mary Decker _____32. Hunt family of Dallas _____37. Miami, Florida _____33. Mt. St. Helens _____38. Summer of 1980 _____34. John Lennon _____39. MGM Hotel _____35. "Who Shot J.R.?" _____40. Ronald Reagan 1981: _____41. 25% Tax Cut _____47. Solidarity _____48. Bob Marley _____42. Atlanta Child Murders ______49. John Paul II _____43. Ted Bundy _____50. John Hinckley _____44. Hyatt Regency Hotel _____51. Charles & Diana _____45. PATCO _____52. Personal Computer _____46. Sandra Day O'Connor _____53. Anwar Sadat 1982: _____54. Falkland Islands _____57. $110 billion _____55. Equal Rights Amendment _____58. Vietnam Memorial _____56. 14% and 10% _____59. lethal injection 1983: _____60. Sally Ride _____63. "Star Wars" _____61. Grenada _____64. Ethiopia _____62. Lebanon _____65. Martin Luther King, Jr. 1984: _____66. Republican Convention _____70. Bhopal, India _____67. AIDs _____71. Thriller _____68. Marvin Gaye _____72. Geraldine Ferraro _____69. Vanessa Williams _____73. 70 U.S. banks failed 1985: _____74. Bernard Goetz _____78. South Africa _____75. Coca-Cola _____79. "Crack" _____76. MOVE _____80. Largest debtor nation _____77. Rock Hudson _____81. Mikhail Gorbachev 1986: _____82. Challenger _____85. Chernobyl _____83. Tylenol _____86. Iran-Contra _____84. Libya _____87. Ozzy Osbourne 1987: _____88. AZT _____90. Lockerbie, Scotland _____89. Jim Bakker _____91. Bill Gates of Microsoft 1988: _____92. Yellowstone National Park _____95. Savings and Loan companies _____93. Willie Horton _____96. Galaudet College _____94. USS Vincennes _____97. The Satanic Verses published _____98. "no new taxes" 1989: _____99. Tianamen Square _____103. Colin Powell _____100. Manuel Noriego _____104. Communism _____101. Exxon Valdez _____105. San Francisco _____102. Pete Rose _____106. Douglas Wilder 1990: _____107. Kuwait _____110. Marion Barry _____108. Nelson Mandella _____109. Americans with Disabilities Act 1991: _____111. Desert Storm _____114. David Duke _____112. Clarence Thomas _____115. Luby's Cafeteria _____113. Boris Yeltsin 1992: _____116. Rodney King _____119. Bill Clinton _____117. Ross Perot _____120. Somalia _____118. Ruby Ridge 1993: _____121. Branch Davidians _____122. World Trade Center 1994: _____123. Haiti _____126. Whitewater _____124. NAFTA/GATT _____127. O.J. Simpson _____125. Tanya Harding _____128. Republicans 1995: _____129. Oklahoma City _____132. Prime Minister Rabin _____130. Selena _____133. Former Yugoslavia _____131. Million Man March _____134. Susan Smith 1996: _____135. Unabomber _____139. Saudi Arabia _____136. Freemen _____140. Ron Brown _____137. FBI Files _____141. TWA Flight 800 _____138. Atlanta, Georgia _____142. Jack Kemp 1997: _____143. Walker Railey _____150. Republic of Texas _____144. Darlie Routier _____151. Timothy McVeigh _____145. Madeleine Allbright _____146. Cadet Murder _____152. Mike Tyson _____147. Heaven's Gate _____153. Jimmy Stewart _____148. The Goldmans & Browns _____154. Paula Jones _____149. Tiger Woods _____155. Mars _____156. Bill Cosby _____157. Andrew Cunanon _____158. Paparazzi _____159. El Nino 1998: _____160. Monica Lewinsky _____164. Frank Sinatra _____161. Kenneth Starr _____165. Phil Hartman _____162. Africa _____166. The Titanic _____163. Skiing accidents _____167. China _____168. Tanzania and Kenya _____169. Washington D.C. _____170. Sudan and Afghanistan _____171. Mark McGuire _____172. 2nd largest loss in history _____173. Hurricane Mitch _____174. Articles of Impeachment _____175. John Glenn 1999: _____176. Janet Reno _____179. Mountain Gorillas _____177. Joe DiMaggio _____180. Jasper, Texas _____178. Al Gore, Bill Bradley, _____181. Y2K Pat Buchanon, George Bush, Lamar Alexander, Dan Quayle, _____181. Kosovo and Elizabeth Dole _____182. Tornado Alley _____183. Columbine High School _____184. Wedgewood Baptist Church _____185. Payne Stewart _____186. Egypt Air 990 _____187. Texas A&M 2000:
_____188. Elian Gonzalez

_____189. The Millenium

_____190.Election of 2000

_____191. Harry Potter

_____192. Ronald D. Jones

2001:

193. September 11 194. War in Afghanistan 195. Failing economy 196. Anthrax scare 197. Mideast conflict 198. Stem cell research / cloning 199. Milosevic handed over to The Hague 200. Senate switch 201. American Airline crash (tie) 202. The case of Chandra Levy (tie) 203. Enron

2002:

_____204. Winter Olympics

_____205. Washington Snipers

_____206. Afghanistan

_____207. "Survivor"

_____208. Brittany Spears

2003:

_____209. War in Iraq

_____210. The Shuttle Columbia

_____211. Howard Dean and General Wesley Clark

_____212. "American Idol"

_____213. Kobe Bryant

______214. Lacy Peterson

_____215. Robert Blake

2004:

_____216. Mars Rover

_____217. Martha Stewart

_____218. John Kerry

_____219. Madrid

To IDENTIFICATIONS/DEFINITIONS (Answers)