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King Charles II of England granted a charter to Rhode Island
Battle of Poltava; Russians defeat Swedes.
Col. John Nixon gave 1st public reading of Dec of Ind
Vt becomes 1st state abolishing slavery adopts male sufferage
1st American Passport issued by US State Dept
John L. Sullivan wins by KO in 75 rounds in last bareknuckle bout.
Vol 1 # 1 of "The Wall Street Journal" published
Future president Harding marries Florence K. DeWolfe in Marion Ohio
William Jennings Bryan 'cross of gold' speech at Dem convention
Part of Angel Island allocated for Immigration Detention Center
Florenz Ziegfeld staged 1st `Follies' on NY Theater roof
1st pro baseball game (minor league) played under lights.
Pitcher Rube Marquard loses after winning 19 straight games
Demolition began in NYC for new permanent headquarters of UN
Leroy Deans awarded 1st Order of Purple Heart in Korea
Gen. Douglas MacArthur named commander-in-chief UN forces in Korea
Maj. Dale & Master Sgt Ovnand 1st American fatalities in Vietnam War
Yank Shortstop Jim Mason ties record with 4 doubles in 9 innings
Pres Ford announced he'd seek Republican nomination for pres
Sabra Starr finishes longest recorded belly dance (100 hrs).
Pioneer-Venus 2 Multi-probe launched to Venus.
Count Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin, inventor
George W. Romney, Mich gov, housing secretary.
Nelson A. Rockefeller, (R-NY-gov) 41st VP (1974-77).
Vitali I. Sevastyanov, Soviet cosmonaut (Soyuz 9, 18).