Statistics for Celebrity Deaths 1900-1919

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HintYearAnswer% Correct
The author of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn1910Mark Twain
89%
The queen who ruled the British Empire for 63+ years1901Queen Victoria
85%
The man whose killing sparked WWI1914Franz Ferdinand
80%
Author of War and Peace and Anna Karenina1910Leo Tolstoy
80%
British nursing hero of the Crimean War1910Florence Nightingale
77%
Irish author who wrote Dracula1912Bram Stoker
75%
The last emperor of Russia1918Nicholas II
75%
Wild-eyed court mystic of Czarist Russia1916Grigori Rasputin
74%
President of the United States from 1901 to 19091919Theodore Roosevelt
74%
Creator of famous denim jeans1902Levi Strauss
70%
The 22nd and the 24th president of the United States1908Grover Cleveland
66%
German who said "God is dead"1900Friedrich Nietzsche
62%
Newspaperman who started the prize named after him1911Joseph Pulitzer
61%
President of the United States from 1897 to 19011901William McKinley
56%
President of the United States from 1889 to 18931901Benjamin Harrison
52%
Chemist who created the periodic table of elements
1907Dmitri Mendeleev
52%
Author of Around the World in Eighty Days1905Jules Verne
52%
Irish author of The Importance of Being Earnest1900Oscar Wilde
52%
The most famous conductor on the 'Underground Railroad'1913Harriet Tubman
51%
Explorer of Africa who searched for David Livingstone1904Henry Morton Stanley
49%
The women's rights activist on the one-dollar coin1906Susan B. Anthony
48%
Outlaws of the old American west1907The Sundance Kid
44%
Outlaws of the old American west1907Butch Cassidy
43%
The Viennese painter of 1908's The Kiss1918Gustav Klimt
36%
Post-Impressionist painter of Tahitian girls1903Paul Gaugin
36%
The great peasant hero of the Mexican Revolution1919Emiliano Zapata
30%
French novelist and the author of J'Accuse1902Emile Zola
28%
Early 20th century financier who formed U.S. Steel1913J.P. Morgan
23%
Russian writer and the author of The Cherry Orchard
1904Anton Chekhov
16%
The Confederate Civil War general blamed for the Gettysburg loss1904James Longstreet
2%

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