Discussion in 'World History' started by Steph, Jan 26, 2006.
just guess, BTW, both of the figures are pre-statehood.
Zorro? Isn't he a californian hero?
but not real, so no.
If both are pre-statehood, there two obvious candidates ... I'd go with John Fremont.
According to the official website of the National Statuary Collection, Thomas Starr King is a correct answer.
really then. I was pretty sure it was Fremont, or at least thought it was when I went there. Our tuor guide must have gotten it wrong.
Well then, it looks like Israelitte gets it. Your Turn...
Zorro? Not real? But I saw him on TV, it MUST be true
good point steph, I'll take that into consideration next time.
Israelite, your turn.
OK, I will post something this weekend or Monday. I just finished Passover and have a NES update to do, but I will put the question up soon.
well, I suppose passover comes before CFC.
How about letting 7ronin have a go? Israelite9191 already asked the last question.
That's fine with me.
Sorry gentlemen, I'm battling the flu and haven't been at the computer for some time.
Here's a new question:
Who is the former provincial samurai considered to be the father of the Imperial Japanese Army?
sorry about the flu, I ussually get it twice a year, once in march, and once in november. it's like clockwork I sear.
How about a clue?
I going to go civ here and say Tokagawa.
No one has guessed it yet.
Here is a clue:
He was Japan's third prime minister.
Separate names with a comma.