|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|1928 peace dollar||1.32||0.8||1653||28|
|1928 model a||1.21||0.8||5126||35|
|1928 ford model a||0.4||0.6||5499||58|
|1928 silver dollar||0.13||0.2||1854||19|
|1928 olympics host||1.53||0.3||939||50|
|1928 presidential election||0.85||0.4||3723||90|
|1928 2 dollar bill||0.7||0.1||2711||37|
|1928 buffalo nickel||0.86||1||3308||18|
|1928 book of common prayer||1.2||0.3||5198||40|
|1928 cuban bistro||0.55||0.3||7833||11|
About the history of the United States in 1928, Kellogg-Briand Treaty peace treaty, Walt Disney releases Mickey Mouse, first color motion pictures. 1928. --The Kellogg-Briand Treaty (the Pact of Paris) by which 62 nations, including Germany, Italy, and Japan, renounced war "as an instrument of national policy" was signed in Paris.What was going on in 1928?
February 11 – 19 – The 1928 Winter Olympics are held in St. Moritz, Switzerland, the first as a separate event. Sonja Henie of Norway wins her first gold medal, in women's figure skating. February 20 – The Japanese general election produces a hung parliament.What cars were in 1928?
1928-1930 Plymouth Cars: Model Q and U. In 1927, Chevrolet and Ford were the giants of the low priced cars, though the Willys Whippet showed there was room for competition.Who won the Olympics in 1928?
Amsterdam 1928 Olympic Games. The Japanese team won the most medals in the swimming competition. Johnny Weissmuller of the United States concluded his Olympic career with gold medals in the 100-metre freestyle swim and the 800-metre freestyle relay. The Hungarian sabre team won the first of seven consecutive gold medals.