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- ... that the lake freighter Edward L. Ryerson (pictured) is not only the last steam-powered freighter built on the Great Lakes, but also the last built without a self-unloading boom?
- ... that most Russian cities were destroyed as a result of the Mongol invasion?
- ... that associate justice William Johnson was the first member of the U.S. Supreme Court who was not a member of the Federalist Party?
- ... that according to legend, Växjö Cathedral in Sweden was founded by an English saint?
- ... that Dominic Thiem, winner of the 2020 US Open, is the first player since the 2004 French Open to come back from two sets down in a Grand Slam final to win the title?
- ... that Veronica Maggio's 2011 song "Jag kommer" was accused of plagiarizing the Strokes' "Reptilia", but the singer denied any connection?
- ... that Charles G. Hopkins accompanied Queen Emma of Hawaii to Europe and the United States, where she visited Queen Victoria, Emperor Napoleon III, and President Andrew Johnson?
- ... that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Japanese cheer screenings, which encourage audience participation, have been replaced by viewers' text messages being superimposed on the screen?