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It is generally thought that Milk Day was created to celebrate the first time milk was delivered in glass bottles. Prior to this, conditions for milk delivery...
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Feeling mischievous? Step In A Puddle And Splash Your Friends Day gives you an excuse to have some fun or...
1st woman to fly solo across Pacific left Honolulu AE Putnam
Isaac Newton is elected a member of Royal Society
Titania & Oberon moons of Uranus discovered by William Herschel
Alabama becomes 4th state to secede from US
Jacob Ruppert & Huston purchase Yankees for $460 000
French & Belgian troops occupy Ruhr to collect reparations
Amelia Earhart flies from Hawaii to California (non-stop of course)
Beatles release Please Please Me & Ask Me Why
Gov. Askew dedicates the RCUC solar office building
Billy Martin named Yankee manager for 3rd time
Alexander Hamilton, 1st Sec of US Treasury
Ezra Cornell, founded Western Union Telegraph & Cornell University
Sir John A. MacDonald, (C)--1st prime minister of Canada (1867-73)
Eugenio Maria de Hostos, Puerto Rican patriot and scholar
William James, American psychologist and philosopher
Philipp la Renotiere von Ferrary, famous philatelist
Alice Paul, founder of National Woman's Party and ERA advocate
Paddy Driscoll, NFL quarterback and coach (Chic Cardinals and Bears)
Alan Paton, South African writer (Cry and the Beloved Country)
Albert Hofmann, Swiss chemist and discoverer of LSD
Lev S. Demin, Soviet cosmonaut (Soyuz 15)
Rosenkowitz sextuplets, (1st known to have survived infancy)