Final Jeopardy: Native American Place Names

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5 Responses

  1. Scott says:

    “British restraint doesn’t get much more restrained than this 4-word greeting used in Africa in 1871.” This is a horribly written clue, as Stanley, the greeter of Dr. Livingstone, was American, not British.

  2. jacob ska says:

    @Rhonda, did you get the clue correct about the first female U. S. Solicitor General who now serves on the U. S. Supreme Court and was born in New York? I guessed wrong big time. Said RBG. Kagan never came to mind. :-[ Not surprised it was a ts. Don’t hear much about her.

  3. VJ says:

    Coincidentally, Dr. Livingstone was a Daily Double that I put up on on Spoiler Talk this same day:

    “Using watering holes, this Scot struggled across the Kalahari in 1849”

    It was from this game on J-Archive in the category “Of the Kalahari”

    LINK: 9 more clues from this match

  4. Dalton Higbee says:

    It has been a weeklong shutout for the leaders in FJ!