Volume 03, Issue 03
On this day, American inventor Thomas Edison opened the world’s first motion picture studio in West Orange, N. J., 1893.
First American paper money issued by Massachusetts, 1690.
U.S. breaks diplomatic relations with Germany (and enters World War I two months later), 1917.
Electoral College elects George Washington as first President of U.S., 1789.
First Winter Olympic Games begin, 1932.
President Ronald Reagan born on this day, 1911.
National Weather Service established, 1870.
On this day, former Florida prosecutor Janet Reno was sworn in as the first woman U.S. attorney general, 1993.
On this day, the great Italian astronomer Galileo appeared in Rome to be tried for heresy. The reason: his assertion that the earth revolved around the sun, 1633.
Oregon admitted as thirty-third state, 1859; Arizona forty-eighth state admitted to U.S., 1912.
First gummed postage stamps introduced, 1842.
Chicago Mayor Anton Cermak killed by an assassin aiming at President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt in Miami, 1933.
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