9 Jeopardy! Clues January 29, 2018

Here are 9 triple stumpers from the 1-29-2018 Jeopardy! match.

HISTORY ACROSS AMERICA ($800) The American Revolution ended when here in the Maryland State House, Congress ratified this peace treaty signed in Europe

WINTER OLYMPICS PREVIEW ($600) This all-time leader in Women’s Skiing World Cup has been named an honorary ambassador at the games

DOG BREEDS ($400) In 1931 this Japanese breed was designated a national monument in its native land

($600) The name of this breed includes a reference to its coat and another animal
$600 Dog Breeds clue (Jeopardy! 1-29-18)

NATIVE SONS ($800) Mayberry Days is a September festival in Andy Griffith’s hometown of Mount Airy in this state

($1000) A museum named for this pilot & famous firster is on Apollo Drive in his hometown of Wapakoneta, Ohio

BALLET COMPANIES ($1600) Born in Novgorod province, Serge Diaghilev was living in Paris when he founded this French-named ballet company

FREEZE FRAME ($1200) In a depressing 1997 film about ’70s key parties, this title weather condition freezes New Canaan, Connecticut

($2000) 2 animated shows have been based on this Ezra Jack Keats kids’ book in which Peter plays in the city’s first snowfall

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