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This Day In History

 

 

 

1639 – First post office in the colonies is set up in Massachusetts.

 

1773 – John Hancock is elected as moderator at a Boston town meeting that resolves that anyone who supports the Tea Act is an “Enemy to America.”

 

1889 РLouisa Woosley first woman to be ordained as a minister in any Presbyterian denomination (US Cumberland Presbyterian Church).

 

1895 – 1st US patent granted for auto (George B. Selden) for gasoline driven car.

 

1917 – Supreme Court decision (Buchanan v Warley) strikes down Louisville, Kentucky, ordinance requiring blacks and whites to live in separate areas.

 

1927 – Walter Hagen beats Joe Turnesa for 4th consecutive PGA titles.

 

1935 – Parker Brothers launches game of Monopoly.

 

1940 – US President FDR (D) wins unprecedented 3rd term beating Wendell Wilkie (R).

 

1956 –¬†The Nat King Cole Show debuts on NBC, the first variety program to be hosted by an African-American.

 

1967 – ATS-3 launched by US to take first pictures of full Earth disc.

 

1967 – US troops conquer Loc Ninh South Vietnam.

 

1968 – Richard Nixon (R) beats Vice President Hubert Humphrey (D) and George Wallace (I) in U.S. Presidential election.

 

1974 – Ella Grassco (Ct) elected first woman US governor not related to previous governor.

 

1978 – Oakland Raider’s John Madden becomes 13th coach to win 100 NFL games.

 

1987 – “Into the Woods” opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC for 764 performances.

 

1988 – Cornell confirms grad student source of worst computer sabotage.

 

1994 – Space probe Ulyssus completes 1st passage behind the Sun.

 

1996 – Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter is the unanimous choice as AL Rookie of the Year.

 

2009 – US Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan (US Army Medical Corps) killed 13 and wounded 43 at Fort Hood, Texas in the largest mass shooting ever at a US military installation.

 

2015 – Collins Dictionary name “binge-watch” the word of the year, followed by “transgender.”

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