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Historical American Figures

Posted Thursday, July 4, 2024 | By | 45 Comments

Historical American Figures

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  • WASHINGTON

    AIOSHNGWNT
  • JEFFERSON

    ESOFRNJFE
  • MADISON

    SDNAOIM
  • ADAMS

    ADSMA

Hint: These great Americans achieved many different things, but everything they did was driven by our ______!

FREEDOM

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Jerry
Jerry
9 days ago

Who’s Anthony?

DEX
DEX
9 days ago

Another poor jumble exercise. 1) Who’s Douglass? If it’s Frederick Douglass, he wasn’t even born when the DOI was signed. 2) Is “Anthony” Susan B. Anthony? She wasn’t around until almost a century later. 3) AMAC screwed up the final clue which was supposed to give the letters for “freedom.” Where’d the “m” come from?

Gina
Gina
9 days ago

Interesting that the final word had an”m”, but none of the previous words did.

Peggy
Peggy
8 days ago

My puzzle didn’t have Anthony or Frederick Douglas in it! Very strange….AND…there was an M in the puzzle…Adams. Very strange…

Elise
Elise
9 days ago

AMAC needs a proofreader!

Patty L
Patty L
9 days ago

2:04…. Happy Fourth of July, AMAC friends! May God bless America and you.(-:

gravy
gravy
9 days ago

Great Puzzle AMAC. It fits nicely with the theme of historic American Figures. I very much like the Antony and Douglass touch because it made me think. Keep up the great work in developing wonderful games.

George
George
9 days ago

Where did the “m” come from?

ROBERT
ROBERT
7 days ago

Apperently, they changed some of the names, by the time I got around to doing this. I spent way too much time on the first one, so I went on and then realized that it was names they wer after, and also figured out what the first one must be without looking at the letters, again.

Jan
Jan
7 days ago

28 seconds
absolute personal best

Dianne
Dianne
9 days ago

2:01 Happy Birthday America!

Nancy
Nancy
9 days ago

I’m glad I’m not the only one wondering who Anthony is or where the “M” came from since none of the answers contained it!
Happy Independence Day, everyone! May God continue to bless America!

BILL
BILL
9 days ago

THEY SCREWED UP ON THE LAST ONE. WHERE IS THE SECOND E

Juanita
Juanita
3 days ago

Hmmm. Strange my puzzle didn’t have Anthony or Douglas but did have Madison. That’s where I got the “m” for Freedom

hrh
hrh
4 days ago

40 seconds

Sandy
Sandy
5 days ago

1:09, fastest I’ve ever been. Answers were Presidents and Freedom, super easy. I don’t get how people got Douglas and Anthony?

Rich
Rich
5 days ago

FWEEDOM! (cackles in the background)

Sam
Sam
6 days ago

I have seen worse puzzles here…..

Gina
Gina
7 days ago

Why does it matter how many word checks. You have to to know if it’s correct. They should say incorrect word checks.

Pat R
Pat R
7 days ago

1:52, no hints. The last word took longest, oddly enough.

KateL
KateL
8 days ago

I had trouble with Anthony. Not sure who that is. The rest were easy to figure out. And I’m with you all. . . where did the ‘m’ come from?

SUSAN R
SUSAN R
9 days ago

Did well this time!!! Thank you Rick Green for your citizen classes!!!

Rich D
Rich D
9 days ago

Bad Jumble. Have a happy Independence Day.

Donna Willems
Donna Willems
9 days ago

Personally, I think the answer should have been “creator” and all the names used to get to that.

Peggy
Peggy
9 days ago

3:34

SAW
SAW
9 days ago

1:29. No misses. I must be sleep walking…

Steve M.
Steve M.
9 days ago

1:30– Amazed myself. Have a great fourth!!
And, hopefully, a big and better future when election time comes around.

julian
julian
8 days ago

1:46 with no help. Happy 4th!!!

Julia
Julia
8 days ago

1:32 I think that is my best and no mistakes…..yeah. Happy 4th everyone!!

Lana
Lana
9 days ago

1:22 with 3 word hints!!

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