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January 18

January 18

Audreyann Rasimowicz, Editor

January 18, 2017


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1862- John Tyler Dies The 10th president John Tyler died at age 71 on this day in 1862. Tyler was elected as the 10th Union president in March of 1841. While he was, in fact, a Union president, he took the Confederate side of government. But how is this possible? Tyler was a U.S. Congressman and...

January 17

January 17

Audreyann Rasimowicz, Editor

January 18, 2017


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1953- The Corvette was Debuted The first Corvette made its debut at a General Motors (GM) Motorama auto show after the head designer, Harley Earl, decided to design a two seat sports car. The first production model was made with an all-fiberglass body, a white exterior and red interior, a 150-horsepower...

January 16

January 16

Audreyann Rasimowicz, Editor

January 16, 2017


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1938- Benny Goodman Brings Jazz to Carnegie Hall Benny Goodman first laughed off the idea of performing in Carnegie Hall when his publisher suggested it in 1938. The King of Swing was already a star on the radio, on stage and on film. But Goodman finally warmed up to the idea. He performed along wi...

January 15

January 15

Audreyann Rasimowicz, Editor

January 9, 2017


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1929- Martin Luther King Jr. Was Born   Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Martin Luther King Jr. was not only the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize, but was the author of the famous ‘I Had A Dream’ speech. Two hundred and fifty thousand people gathered around the Lincoln Memorial to hear...

January 14

January 14

Audreyann Rasimowicz, Editor

January 9, 2017


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1493- First President to Travel by Plane on Official Government Business   President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the first president to travel on official business by airplane. The 32nd president was traveling to North Africa for a meeting with Winston Churchill about World War II strategy pla...

January 13

January 13

Audreyann Rasimowicz, Editor

January 9, 2017


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  1999- Michael Jordan Retires for a Second Time NBA (National Basketball Association) superstar and Chicago Bulls’ shooting guard Michael Jordan announces his retirement from his long-running Professional Basketball Career. He announced his first retirement from the sport in 1993 after...

January 12

January 12

Audreyann Rasimowicz, Editor

January 9, 2017


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1904- Henry Ford sets speed record Henry Ford sets the speed record of 91.37 miles per hour on a frozen lake- specifically, Michigan’s Lake St. Clair. The record was quickly broken within a month by William K. Vanderbilt at Ormond Beach in Florida. Ford had incorporated the Ford Motor Company only a ...

January 11

January 11

Audreyann Rasimowicz, Editor

January 9, 2017


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1935- Amelia Earhart flies from Hawaii to California Amelia Earhart traveled 2,400 miles in just 18 hours on January 11, 1935. She went from Wheeler Field in Honolulu, Hawaii, to Oakland Airport in Oakland, California. Earhart had also attempted to fly all the way around the globe with her co-pilot, ...

January 10

January 10

Audreyann Rasimowicz, Editor

January 9, 2017


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2000- AOL-Time Warner Formed   America Online Inc. announces their plans to buy Time Warner Inc. The result? A $350 billion mega-corporation. AOL Time Warner was the most popular company in media at the time. But after a loss of $54 billion in 2002, the biggest quarterly loss for a US com...

January 9

January 9

Audreyann Rasimowicz, Editor

January 9, 2017


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1776- Thomas Paine publishes Common Sense Thomas Paine wrote this 47-page pamphlet in 1774 and published it anonymously in 1776. Over 500,000 copies were sold, advocating independence of America from Britain and informing Colonists on why it was such a good idea.   (Taken from: http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history)

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