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 "On November 14, 1851, Herman Melville’s classic American novel, Moby-Dick is published."
                           "1851 Herman Melville Publishes Moby-Dick-HISTORY"
Moby-Dick-Wikipedia"    "Moby-Dick-Images"  
                   (The 80-17-line-photo-attached file/534.94KB/31.5KB/line)   


"On November 15, 1864, Union General William Tecumseh Sherman starts his famous march across the state of Georgia."
"Union General William T. Sherman’s scorched-earth March to the Sea campaign begins-HISTORY"     "William Tecumseh Sherman-Wikipedia"   "William Tecumseh Sherman-Images"
(The 65-13-line-photo-attached file/282.39KB/21.7KB/line)
 "On November 14, 1851, Herman Melville’s classic American novel, Moby-Dick is published."
1851 Herman Melville Publishes Moby-Dick-HISTORY"
Moby-Dick-Wikipedia"    "Moby-Dick-Images"  
                   (The 80-17-line-photo-attached file/534.94KB/31.5KB/line) 


On November 12, 1954, Ellis Island, an entry point for millions of immigrants, closes."
                      "1954 November 12 Ellis Island closes-HISTORY"
Ellis Island-Wikipedia"         "Ellis Island 1954-Images"   
(The 65-13-line-photo-attached file/329.56KB/25.4KB/line) 
On November 13, 1982, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is dedicated on the National Mall"
                         "1982 Vietnam Veterans Memorial dedicated-HISTORY
 "1982, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is dedicated on the National Mall-Images"          (The 49-11-line-photo-attached file/297.19KB/27.0KB/line)        

"On November 9, 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt leaves the United States for Panama on the first foreign trip ever taken by a U.S. president."
                  "1906 Teddy Roosevelt travels to Panama-HISTORY"
                     "1906 Teddy Roosevelt travels to Panama-Images"    
              (The 43-10-line-photo-attached file/358.7KB/35.9KB/line)

"On November 8, 1900, the author of Gone with the Wind , Margaret Mitchell, is born in Atlanta, Georgia."    
         "1900 Margaret Mitchell is born-HISTORY"
                       "Margaret Mitchell Biography Author (1900–1949)"
               "Margaret Mitchell-Wikipedia"       "Margaret Mitchell-Images"
               (The 72-14-line-photo-attached file/536.36KB/38.3KB/line)

On November 7, 1980, actor Steve McQueen dies of cancer at the age of 50."
                   "1980 “King of Cool” Steve McQueen dies-HISTORY
1980 “King of Cool” Steve McQueen dies-Images"
Steve McQueen(Wikipedia)"
(The 37-12-line-photo-attached file/454.2KB/37.9KB/line)

"On November 6, 1860, Abraham Lincoln is elected the 16th president of the United States."        
            "1860  Abraham Lincoln elected president-HISTORY
 "1860, Abraham Lincoln is elected the 16th president of the United States-Images"        (The 37-12-line-photo-attached file/276.55KB/23.8KB/line)

On November 5, 1930 Sinclair Lewis becomes the first American writer to win the Nobel Prize in Literature."
                       "Sinclair Lewis Nobel Lecture-The Nobel Lecture"
1930 Sinclair Lewis becomes the first American writer to win the Nobel Prize in Literature-Images"        "Sinclair Lewis-Wikipedia"
(The 57-13-line-photo-attached file/348.57KB/26.8KB/line)

On November 4, 1979, hundreds of Iranian students storm the U.S. Embassy in Tehran and take more than 60 American hostages."
             "Iran Hostage Crisis-HISTORY"Iran hostage crisis-Wikipedia"
Iran hostage crisis-images"   
      (The 55-13-line-photo-attached file/339.1KB/26.1KB/line )

On November 1, 1952, the United States explodes the world’s first hydrogen bomb on the Eniwetok atoll in the Pacific Ocean."
             "1955  United States tests first hydrogen bomb-HISTORY"  
Castle Bravo-Wikipedia"
1955  United States tests first hydrogen bomb-imagese"     
       (The 39-8-line-photo-attached file/261.85KB/32.7KB/line )

   "On October 31, 1926, vaunted magician Harry Houdini dies in a Detroit hospital."
                "10 Things You May Not Know About Harry Houdini-HISTORY
Harry Houdini-Images"               "Harry Houdini-Wikipedia"  
      (The 63-12-line-photo-attached file/266.85KB/22.2KB/line )

"On October 30, 1938, a realistic radio dramatization of a Martian invasion of Earth triggers nationwide panic."
          "Orson Welles’s “War of the Worlds” radio play is broadcast-HISTORY"
The War of the Worlds (1938 radio drama)-Wikipedia"  
1938 Welles scares nation-Images"
                  (The 29-8-line-photo-attached file/298.63KB/37.3KB/line)    

"On October 29, 1998, astronaut and then Senator John Glenn returns to space, nearly 40 years after his historic flight which made him..."
                          "1998 John Glenn returns to space-HISTORY
STS-95-Wikipedia"      "John Glenn-Wikipedia"
         (The 79-19-line-photo-attached file/375.91KB/19.8KB/line)

"On October 26, 1825 the Erie Canal opens. The canal linked the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson River."
                           "Statue of Liberty dedicated-HISTORY"
1886–President Cleveland dedicates the Statue of Liberty-Images"
Statue of Liberty-Wikipedia"       "Statue of Liberty-Images"                            (The 61-12-line-photo-attached file/235.24KB/28.8KB/line)

"On October 25, 1994, Susan Smith claims her car with two small children was carjacked by an African-American man in South Carolina."
   "1994 Susan Smith reports a false carjacking to cover her murder-HISTORY"
                                          "Susan Smith-Wikipedia          
                            (The 23-6-line-photo-attached/260.05KB/43.3KB/Line)       

"On October 24, 1861, during the U.S. Civil War, 39 counties in Virginia start the process to secede to form their own state, West Virginia."
                  "8 Things You May Not Know About West Virginia-HISTORY"
List of cities and counties in Virginia-Wikipedia
              "West Virginia-Wikipedia"
(The 110-20-line-photo-attached/442.05KB/22.1KB/Line)   

"On October 23, 1983, a suicide bomber drives a truck laden with explosives into the U.S. Marine Corps barracks in Bairut, Lebanon, killing..."
                            "1983 Beirut barracks blown up-HISTORY"
                            "1983 Beirut barracks blown up-Images"          
                       (The 42-9-line-photo-attached/314.04KB/34.9KB/Line)   

"On October 22, 1962, President John F. Kennedy appears on live television to announce the blockade of Cuba after an American spy plane"
                    "JFK’s address on Cuban Missile Crisis shocks the nation-HISTORY"
1962: Kennedy ‘Quarantines’ Cuba(National Geographic Society)"                             "Cuban Missile Crisis-Wikipedia"  "1962 JFK announces a blockade of Cuba-Images"
                          (The 59-14-line-photo-attached/244.84KB/17.5KB/Line)   

"On October 21, 1967, 100,000 Vietnam War protesters march on the Pentagon outside Washington, D.C."       
1967 October 21 Thousands protest the war in Vietnam-HISTORY"
                         "Lists of protests against the Vietnam War-Wikipedia"    
                      (The 38-8-line-photo-attached/282.97KB/35.4KB/Line)   

"On October 18, 1867, the United States formally takes ownership of Alaska after buying the territory from Russia for $7.2 million."       
1867 October 18 U.S. takes possession of Alaska-HISTORY"
Alaska Purchase-Wikipedia "      "Alaska Purchase-Images"   " 1959 Alaska-Images-2"        (The 27-7-line-photo-attached/284.05KB/40.6KB/Line)   

"On October 17, 1989, San Francisco is rocked by the biggest earthquake since 1906."                        "San Francisco Earthquake of 1989-HISTORY"
1989 Loma Prieta earthquake-Images"   "1989 Loma Prieta earthquake-Wikipedia        (The 37-8-line-photo-attached/346.5KB/43.3KB/Line)   

"On October 16, 1859, abolitionist John Brown leads a raid against a federal armory in Harpers Ferry, Virginia, attempting to spark a slave revolt that will destroy the institution of slavery."   
John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry-HISTORY"
Abolitionist John Brown-Images"   "John Brown's raid on Harpers Ferry-Wikipedia        (The 49-12-line-photo-attached/292.38KB/24.4KB/Line)    

"On October 15, 1930, legendary jazz composer Duke Ellington records perhaps his most famous song, “Mood Indigo.”"   
Duke Ellington-Wikipedia"              
The 44-8-line-photo-attached/323.59KB/40.4KB/Line)

"On October 11, 1968, the first manned Apollo mission, Apollo 7, launches carrying astronauts Walter M. Schirra, Jr., Donn F. Eisele and Walter Cunningham."   
1968, the first manned Apollo mission, Apollo 7-NASA
                               "Apollo 7-Wikipedia"      "Apollo 7-Images"              
                      (The 48-11-line-photo-attached/254.54KB/25.7KB/Line)    

  "On October 10, 1845, the Naval School opens in Annapolis, Maryland."   
US Naval Academy opens-HISTORY
United States Naval Academy-Wikipedia"      "US Naval Academy-Images"
                        (The 41-9-line-photo-attached/422.68KB/46.9KB/Line) 

"On Oct. 9, 1936, the Hoover Dam in Nevada begins sending electricity nearly 430 kilometers away to Los Angeles."   
Hoover Dam-HISTORY"     "Hoover Dam-Wikipedia"     "Hoover Dam-Images"
                        (The 61-11-line-photo-attached/285.66KB/26.0KB/Line)    

                    "On October 8, 1871, the Great Chicago Fire ignites."   
Chicago Fire of 1871-HISTORY
Great Chicago Fire-Wikipedia"      "Great Chicago Fire-Images"
                        (The 74-15-line-photo-attached/535.29KB/35.7KB/Line) 

"On October 7, 1913, the first moving assembly line is introduced by the Ford Motor Company."   
                     "1913 Ford’s assembly line starts rolling-HISTORY
Assembly line-Wikipedia"      "1913 Ford’s assembly line-Images"
                (The 49-9-line-photo-attached/199.81KB/403.06KB/Line)      

"On October 4, 1927, sculptors begin carving Mount Rushmore in the Black Hills National Forest of South Dakota."   
                               "1927 Work begins on Mount Rushmore-HISTORY" 
           "Gutzon Borglum-Wikipedia"          "Mount Rushmore-Wikipedia"   
"1927 Work begins on Mount Rushmore-Images"
               (The 53-12-line-photo-attached/383.24KB/31.9 KB/Line)      

"On October 3, 1995, former American football star, spokesman and actor O.J. Simpson is found not guilty of the 1994 double murder..."   
                                       "1995 O.J. Simpson acquitted-HISTORY)
                   (The 53-11-line-photo-attached/385.88KB/35.1KB/Line)               

             "On October 2, 1985, actor Rock Hudson, 59, succumbs to AIDS."    
                         "Hollywood icon Rock Hudson dies of AIDS-HISTORY
           "Rock Hudson-Wikipedia"                "
Celebrity, Rock Hudson-Images"  
    (The 51-10-line-photo-attached/458.91KB/45.9KB/Line)

"On October 1, 1962, Johnny Carson becomes host of the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson , after replacing previous host Jack Paar."    
      "1962  Johnny Carson makes debut as "Tonight Show" host-HISTORY
The Tonight Show-Wikipedia"   "Tonight Show-Images"  
    (The 64-13-line-photo-attached/396.75KB/30.5KB/Line)

"On September 30, 1954, the first nuclear-powered submarine, the USS Nautilus , is commissioned in Groton, Connecticut."    
"1954  September 30  USS Nautilus-world’s first nuclear submarine-is commisioned-HISTORY"    
USS Nautilus (SSN-571)-Wikipedia"   "USS Nautilus (SSN-571)-Images"  
    (The 49-10-line-photo-attached/311.09KB/31.1KB/Line)    

"On September 27, 1959, then Soviet Union premier, Nikita Khrushchev wraps up a nearly two-week tour of the United States."    
                       "1959 Khrushchev ends trip to the United States-HISTORY"
Nikita Khrushchev and Eisenhower-Images"    "Nikita Khrushchev-Wikipedia
    (The 53-12-line-photo-attached/417.31KB/34.8KB/Line)

"On September 26, 1960, John F. Kennedy, then a senator from Massachusetts, and then Vice President Richard M. Nixon participate in the first televised presidential debate in Chicago."    
                             "The Kennedy-Nixon Debates-HISTORY" 
        "September 26, 1960-Images" "The Kennedy-Nixon Debates-Images" 
                      "1960 United States presidential election-Wikipedia"                
                  (The 36-8-line-photo-attached/292.92KB/36.61KB/Line)

"On September 25, 1957, the so-called “Little Rock Nine,” nine black students, are escorted to the all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas."                             "1957  Central High School integrated"(HISTORY)"
Little Rock Nine-Wikipedia"   "Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus-Images"
Elizabeth Eckford-Wikipedia"  "Ira Wilmer Counts Jr.-Wikipedia"
Little Rock Nine-Images"     "September 25, 1957-Images"
               (The 61-14-line-photo-attached/464.34KB/33.17KB/Line)

"On September 24,1789, the Judiciary Act of 1789 is passed by Congress and signed by President George Washington."      
                       "The Judiciary Act of 1789-ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANICA"          
 "The first Supreme Court is established-HISTORY"    "Judiciary Act of 1789-Wikipedia"           (The 22-6-line-photo-attached/316.38KB/21.94KB/Line)

"On September 23, 1949, President Harry S. Truman informs the American people that the Soviet Union exploded its first nuclear bomb, ending..."      
 "1949 September 23 President Truman announces Soviets have exploded a nuclear device-HISTORY"              "Edward Teller-Wikipedia"  
               (The 27-5-line-photo-attached/332.39KB/66.48KB/Line)

"On September 19, 1995, The New York Times and Washington Post publish the 35,000-word “manifesto” written by Unabomber Ted Kaczynski."      
                        "1995 Unabomber manifesto published(HISTORY)"        
             (The 35-10-line-photo-attached/182.76KB/18.28KB/Line)

"On September 18, 1979, legendary rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix dies from an apparent drug overdose while in London, England. "
           "1942 November Jimi Hendrix born-HISTORY   "Jimi Hendrix-Wikipedia"       
                       (The 90-21-line-photo-attached/614.97KB/29.3KB/Line)         

"On September 17, 1976, NASA unveils the first Space Shuttle prototype, the Enterprise ."
"1976  September 17  NASA unveils its first space shuttle, the Enterprise-HISTORY"           "The Space Shuttle Enterprise-Wikipedia"       
                   (The 51-11-line-photo-attached/425.32KB/38.7KB/Line)

"On September 14, 1975, Elizabeth Ann Seton becomes the first American-born Catholic saint when she is canonized by Pope Paul VI..."
      "St. Elizabeth Ann Seton American saint(ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA)"  
                   (The 86-15-line-photo-attached/609.29KB/40.62KB/Line)

"On September 14, 1975, Elizabeth Ann Seton becomes the first American-born Catholic saint when she is canonized by Pope Paul VI..."
      "St. Elizabeth Ann Seton American saint(ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA)"  
                   (The 86-15-line-photo-attached/609.29KB/40.62KB/Line) 

"On September 11, 2001 al-Qaida terrorists crash two planes into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York."
     "September 11 Attacks-HISTORY"      "September 11 attacks-Wikipedia"      
al-Qaida terrorists crash two planes into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York-Images"
               (The 34-9-line-photo-attached/408.82KB/45.4KB/Line)     

"On September 10, 1813, U.S. Navy forces defeat British Royal Navy forces at the Battle of Lake Erie."
                 "1813  The Battle of Lake Erie-HISTORY-HISTORY"
Battle of Lake Erie-Wikipedia"          "The Battle of Lake Erie-Images"
                (The 12-10-line-photo-attached/210.93KB/21.1KB/Line)     

"On Sept. 9, 1942, a Japanese plane drops incendiary bombs on an Oregon forest, near the town of Brookings, in the first air attack on the continental United States. "
                 "1942 Japanese bomb U.S. mainland-HISTORY"
Lookout Air Raids-Wikipedia"    "Nobuo Fujita-Wikipedia"
        "Japanese Plane Bombed Oregon-GENE SLOUVERS US NAVY PAGED"
      "Attack of Japan’s Killer WWII Balloons, 70 Years Ago-HISTORY STORY"
Do you remember when Japan bombed Oregon?- The Sun"
    "Attack of Japanese s Killer WW2 Balloons, 70 years Ago-GENE SLOUVERS US NAVY PAGES"

             "Japanese Pilot Who Bombed Oregon Keeps Promise-AP"
Japanese Attack on Oregon-AP"
Nobuo Fujita, 85, Is Dead:Only Foe to Bomb America-The New York Times"
                (The 75-18-line-photo-attached/628.93KB/34.9KB/Line)    

"On Sept. 5, 1995, legendary baseball player Cal Ripken Jr. breaks the record for most consecutive games played."
Cal Ripken Jr.-Wikipedia"    " Cal Ripken, Jr.-Images "     
Legendary baseball player Cal Ripken Jr.-Images"               
                 (The 69-16-line-photo-attached/605.39KB/37.8KB/Line)

"On Sept. 5, 1975, President Gerald Ford survives an assassination attempt while in Sacramento, California."
        "1975 Gerald Ford survives first assassination attempt-HISTORY"
Gerald Ford assassination attempt in Sacramento-Wikipedia"
Gerald Ford assassination attempt in San Francisco-Wikipedia"
Gerald Ford assassination attempt-Images"  
                 (The 33-6-line-photo-attached/182.17KB/30.4KB/Line)

"On Sept. 4, 1952, a speech by President Harry S. Truman is broadcast live on television, coast-to-coast, marking the first event carried on national TV."
   "1952, President Harry S. Truman is broadcast live on television-Images"  
                 (The 41-7-line-photo-attached/399.64B/57.KB/Line)

"On Sept. 3, 1783, the Treaty of Paris is signed, officially ending the American Revolution."
                          "1783, the Treaty of Paris is signed-HISTORY"  
Treaty of Paris (1783)-Wikipedia
1783, the Treaty of Paris is signed-Images"    "" 
                 (The 43-9-line-photo-attached/403.45B/44.8KB/Line)

"On August 30, 1963, a hotline is established allowing the U.S. president and Soviet premier to communicate directly in the case of a crisis."
      "1963  Hotline established between Washington and Moscow-HISTORY"  
Moscow–Washington hotline-Wikipedia "     
                 (The 43-8-line-photo-attached/321.66KB/40.2KB/Line)
"On August 29, 2007, hero, turned suspect, turned hero again, Richard Jewell dies of natural causes at the age of 44."
Richard Jewell Dead At 44-CBS NEWS"  
Richard Jewell-Wikipedia "                 "-Images
                 (The 85-19-line-photo-attached/775.14KB/40.8KB/Line)

"On August 28, 1981, John Hinckley Jr. pleads not guilty by reason of insanity for the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan and.."
               "How John got his gun-The Christian Science Monitor"  
John Hinckley Jr-Wikipedia" "1981, John Hinckley Jr. pleads not guilty-Images
                 (The 44-11-line-photo-attached/456.97KB/41.5KB/Line)

"On August 27, 1908, the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon Baines Johnson, is born near Stonewall, Texas."
            "Lyndon B. Johnson-HISTORY  "     "Lyndon B. Johnson-Wikipedia"      
                   (The 70-14-line-photo-attached/671.19KB/47.9KB/Line)

"On August 26, 1939, the first Major League Baseball game is broadcast live on television."
            "1939 First televised Major League baseball game-HISTORY  "
1939 First televised Major League baseball game-Images"      
                       (The 58-11-line-photo-attached/585.5KB/53.2KB/Line)

"On August 22, 1950, tennis player Althea Gibson becomes the first African-American allowed to play in the United States Lawn Tennis Association’s championship in Forest Hills, New York."
                                            "Althea Gibson-BHA"
Althea Gibson-Wikipedia"       "Althea Gibson-HISTORY"      
                       (The 67-15-line-photo-attached/477.68KB/31.8KB/Line)            
"On August 21, 1959, Hawaii becomes the 50th state after President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs a proclamation."
                          "1959  Hawaii becomes 50th state-HISTORY"
Hawaii-Wikipedia  "       " Hawaii becomes 50th State-Images  "      
                       (The 57-14-line-photo-attached/424.21KB/30.3KB/Line)

"On August 20, 1975, the Viking I space probe launches from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on its way to Mars."
        "1975 Viking 1 launched to Mars-HISTORY"     "Viking 1-Wikipedia"      
                       (The 44-11-line-photo-attached/301.67KB/27.4KB/Line)

"On August 19, 1960, U.S. Air Force pilot Francis Gary Powers is sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by the USSR for spying. "
         "Soviets charge U-2 pilot with espionage, July 8, 1960-POLITICO"
                                    "1960 U-2 incident-Wikipedia "      
                       (The 77-16-line-photo-attached/665.6KB/41.56KB/Line)

"On August 16, 1977, the “King of Rock,” Elvis Aaron Presley dies at his Graceland estate in Memphis, Tennessee."
 "Elvis Presley-Biography"    "Elvis Presley-Wikipedia"    "August 16, 1977-Images"          (The 82-13-line-photo-attached/598.22KB/33.22KB/Line)

"On August 15, 1914, the U.S.-built Panama Canal opens two years ahead of schedule."
            "Panama Canal-HISTORY"     "Panama Canal-Wikipedia"
Panama Canal construction-Images"   
                      (The 105-20-line-photo-attached/498.77KB-24.9KB/Line)  

"On August 14, 2003, a major blackout grips vast swaths of the eastern United States and parts of Canada leaving more than 50 million people..."
                             "2003  Blackout Hits Northeast-HISTORY"
Northeast blackout of 2003-Wikipedia"  "-Wikipedia"   
                      (The 60-12-line-photo-attached/510.79KB)  

"On August 12, 1982, the movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High debuts in U.S. theaters."
              "1982 "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" debuts-HISTORY"
             "Fast Times at Ridgemont High-Wikipedia "  "-Wikipedia"   
              "Fast Times at Ridgemont High-Images"  
                      (The 54-12-line-photo-attached/418.97KB)  

"On August 12, 1990, fossil collector Susan Hendrickson finds the skeleton of the largest Tyrannosaurus rex ever discovered."              
1990  Skeleton of Tyrannosaurus rex discovered-HISTORY
Tyrannosaurus-Wikipedia"  "Sue Hendrickson-Wikipedia"   
Tyrannosaurus discovered-Images"  
                      (The 91-20-line-photo-attached/431.01KB)     

"On August 9, 1854, American transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau publishes “Walden,” also known as “Life in the Woods,” about..."
           "1854 Henry David Thoreau’s “Walden” is published-HISTORY
Walden-Wikipedia "       "Henry David Thoreau-Wikipedia"  
                            (The 72-13-line-photo-attached/229.95KB)                       

"  On Aug. 8, 1974, Richard M. Nixon announces that he will resign the office of president of the United States."
                                "1974  Nixon resigns-HISTORY
Richard M. Nixon-Wikipedia"      "Richard M. Nixon resign-Images"
                      (The 90-18-line-photo-attached/357.39KB)                        

" On August 8, 1844, Brigham Young becomes the leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, also known as the Mormon Church. "
           "Brigham Young-HISTORY"     "Brigham Young-Wikipedia"
                                  "Brigham Young-Images"
                            (The 63-13-line-photo-attached/339.98KB)   

On August 7, 1782, Gen. George Washington creates the Purple Heart, the oldest US decoration that honors military merit."
               "1782 Washington creates the Purple Heart(HISTORY)"
              "Purple Heart-Wikipedia"
                           (The 47-10-line-photo-attached/425.86KB)         

"On August 6, 1945, the U.S. drops an atomic bomb on the Japanese city Hiroshima."        
"1945 Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima(HISTORY)"  
Little Boy-Wikipedia"  "  -images)" 
                         (The 76-16-line-photo-attached/413.36KB) 

 "On August 2, 1923, President Warren G. Harding dies suddenly in a San Francisco hotel room. "        
Warren G. Harding-HISTORY"  
Warren G. Harding-Wikipedia(with many images)

"San Francisco hoteleirs heir says Harding was assassinated-Matine Independent Journal"
                         (The 61-12-line-photo-attached/550.87KB)

            "On August 1, 1981, MTV debuts on cable television."        
1981 MTV launches-HISTORY"              "MTV-Wikipedia
1981 MTV launches-Images"           "August 1, 1981-Images"  
MTV debuts on cable television-Images"
                         (The 50-12-line-photo-attached/409.3KB)

"On July 31, 1975, controversial labor leader James Riddle Hoffa goes missing from the parking lot of a Detroit restaurant, never to be seen again."        
Labor leader Jimmy Hoffa is reported missing-HISTORY"        
James Riddle Hoffa-Wikipedia
Labor leader Jimmy Hoffa is reported missing-Images"   
                             (The 61-14-line-photo-attached/377.54KB)

"On July 30, 1619, the first elected legislative body in the New World meets in Jamestown, Virginia."        
History of Jamestown-Britanika"   "Jamestown, Virginia-Wikipedia
History of Jamestwon-Images"   
                             (The 49-11-line-photo-attached/482.86KB)

"On July 29, 1958, Congress creates the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA."        
                                "1958  NASA created-HISTORY"
NASA-Wikipedia"    "Birth of NASA -NASA "    "1958 NASA Created-Images"
                             (The 80-18-line-photo-attached/454.73KB)

" On July 26, 1775, the Second Continental Congress establishes the U .S. postal service and names Benjamin Franklin the postmaster general.  "        
1775 U.S. postal system established-HISTORY"
Benjamin Franklin-Wikipedia"    "US Postal System established -Images "  
"Looking back at Kevin Costner's The Postman-Den of Geek"  
"Kevin Costner's epic adventure The Postman-Images"
                             (The 59-12-line-photo-attached/500.84KB)

"On July 25, 1965, Bob Dylan, known as an acoustic singer-songwriter, goes electric at the Newport Folk Festival."        
1965 Dylan goes electric at the Newport Folk Festival-HISTORY"
Electric Dylan controversy-Wikipedia"     "Bob Dylan-Wikipedia"
Bob Dylan-Images"       
The 87-18-line-photo-attached/638.18KB)

"On July 24, 1969, Apollo 11 splashes down safely in the Pacific Ocean, completing its mission and fulfilling a 1961 directive made by..."        
              "Apollo 11 Flight Log, July 24, 1969: Return to Earth-SPACE.com"
-Wikipedia"       "-Images"
                              (The 57-13-line-photo-attached/477.93KB)

"On July 23, 1996, the U.S. women’s Olympic gymnastics team wins its first-ever team gold at the Atlanta Olympics.          
              "1996  U.S. women take home gymnastics gold-HISTORY"
United States women's national gymnastics team-Wikipedia"  
United States women's national gymnastics team-Images"
                              (The 29-7-line-photo-attached/332.01KB)

"On July 22, 1991, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer is caught, ending a 13-year killing spree.          
   "1991 Cannibal and serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer is caught-HISTORY"
Jeffrey Dahmer-Wikipedia"       "Jeffrey Dahmer-Images"
                        (The 42-9-line-photo-attached/269.56KB)

"On July 19, 1943, the Allied bombing of Rome begins as 500 American bombers drop nearly 1,200 tons of ordnance on the Eternal City.          
 "1943 America Bombs Rome-HISTOY"  "1943 America Bombs Rome-Images"
Bombing of Rome in World War II-Wikipedia"             
                              (The 49-10-line-photo-attached/479.64KB)

"On July 18, 1940, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt is nominated for an unprecedented third term during the Democratic convention...    
FDR nominated for unprecedented third term-HISTORY"
    Franklin D. Roosevelt-Wikipedia"      "Franklin D. Roosevelt-Images"
                          (The 42-10-line-photo-attached/407.54KB)

On July 17, 1955, the Disneyland amusement park opens in Anaheim, California."
           "1955 Diseneyland opens-HISTORY"  
"Disneyland opens
                              (The 62-12-line-photo-attached/469.45KB)

On July 16, 1969, at 9:32 a.m. EDT, Apollo 11 lifts off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, beginning the historic trip to the Moon..."
1969 Apollo 11 takes off for the Moon-BBC"        "Apollo 11-Wikipedia"
On June 16, 1969-Images"   "1969 Apollo 11 takes off for the Moon-Images"
                              (The 97-25-line-photo-attached/409.41KB)

On May 17, 1954, the US Supreme Court forces an end to racial segregation in US schools."
                           "Brown v. Board of Education-HISTORY"
                            "Brown v. Board of Education-Wikipedia"
                              (The 63-16-line-photo-attached/293.98KB)

On July 16, 1861, President Abraham Lincoln orders Union troops to begin the 25-mile march into Virginia for the first major land battle..."
      "First Battle of Bull Run-HISTORY"   "First Battle of Bull Run-Wikipedia"
                              (The 58- 13-line-photo-attached/259.32KB)

On July 12, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signs a bill establishing what would soon be called the Medal of Honor.  
1862  Medal of Honor created-HISTORY"       "Medal of Honor-Wiikipedia "
President Lincoln signs ‘Medal of Honor’ legislation-HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE"
1862, President Abraham Lincoln signs a bill establishing the Medal of Honor -Images"                  (The 30-7-line-photo-attached/262.38KB)

On July 11, 1960, American author Harper Lee publishes her first novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird.”  
1960 “To Kill a Mockingbird” published-HISTORY"   "Harper Lee-Wiikipedia"
To Kill a Mockingbird-Wikipedia"    "To Kill a Mockingbird-Images" 
                             (The 47-12-line-photo-attached/260.54KB)

On July 10, 1962, the U.S. Patent Office, now the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, issues a patent for the three-point seat belt.  
"1962  U.S. Patent issued for three-point seat belt-HISTORY"
Nils Bohlin-Wiikipedia "
Why Volvo gave away the patent for their most important invention-Arnold Clark "                           (The 34-8-line-photo-attached/274.42KB)

On July 9, 1850 President Zachary Taylor dies suddenly after serving just 16 months in office.  
"1850  President Zachary Taylor dies unexpectedly-HISTORY"
Zachary Taylor -Wikipedia "        "Millard Fillmore-Wikipedia"
                          (The 87-18-line-photo-attached/373.05KB)

On July 8, 1853, Commodore Matthew Perry leads a squadron of U.S. Navy ships into Tokyo Bay, which led to an end to centuries...  
"1853  Commodore Perry sails into Tokyo Bay-HISTORY"
Matthew C. Perry-Wikipedia" 
                             (The 76-17-line-photo-attached/442.9KB)

On July 5, 1975, tennis great Arthur Ashe becomes the first African-American to win Wimbledon after defeating a highly favored Jimmy..."
1975:ASHE UPSETS CONNORS IN WIMBLEDON FINAL-TENNIS.com"              "1975 Arthur Ashe becomes the first black man to win Wimbledon-HISTORY"
Arthur Ashe-Wikipedia" 
                             (The 53-12-line-photo-attached/366.88KB)

On July 3, 1988, the United States Navy cruiser Vincennes , shoots down an Iranian passenger jet over the Persian Gulf near the Straits of Hormuz."
1988  U.S. warship downs Iranian passenger jet-HISTORY"
USS Vincennes (CG-49)-Wikipedia"
                            (The 40-9-line-photo-attached/199.9KB) 

On July 3, 1962, Jackie Robinson becomes the first African American..."
    "Jackie Robinson-HISTORY"    "Jackie Rovinson-Wikipedia"
                            (The 99-22-line-photo-attached/392.57KB) 

On July 2, 1776, the Continental Congress officially severs ties between the American colonies and Great Britain, but..."
    "Continental Congress-HISTORY"    "American Revolution-Wikipedia"
                            (The 79-22-line-photo-attached/313.68KB) 

On June 1, 1779, General Benedict Arnold is court-martialed during the American Revolutionary War.
"1779 Benedict Arnold is court-martialed-HISTORY"                                                              "Benedict Arnold-Wikipedia"
                            (The 62-14-line-photo-attached/376.84KB)  

On June 28, 1939, Pan American (Pan Am) launches the first transatlantic passenger service between New York and Marseilles....
The Very First Passenger Flight Over the Atlantic-Pan Am. org"                                          "Pan American World Airways-Wikipedia"
               "December 4, 1991: Pan Am shuts down-Today in History"
                         "Dec. 4, 1991: Pan Am makes its last flight"
  (The 66-13-line-photo-attached/326.13KB) 

On June 27, 1829, Englishman James Smithson dies in Genoa, Italy.
James Smithson’s Legacy-Smithonian.com"                       
James Smithson-Wikipedia" "James Smithson-Images"    
The 34-8-line-photo-attached/261.76KB)

On June 26, 1948, the United States begins the Berlin Airlift just two days after the Soviet Union blocked car and rail access to West Berlin. 
1948, the United States begins the Berlin Airlift-HISTORY"                                                       "The Berlin Blockade-Wikipedia"      
The 76-18-line-photo-attached/338.22KB)

On June 25, 2009, entertainer Micheal Jackson is found dead in his Los Angeles home.  
        "2009  “King of Pop” Michael Jackson dies at age 50-HISTORY"                                               "Death of Michael Jackson-Wikipedia"      
The 63-16-line-photo-attached/411.49KB)

On June 24, 1953 Jacqueline Bouvier and Senator John F. Kennedy announce their engagement. 
"1953  Jacqueline Bouvier and Senator John F. Kennedy announce engagement-HISTORY"              
Marriage of Jacqueline Bouvier and John F. Kennedy-HISTORY TODAY
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis-Wikipedia"      
                               (The 40-10-line-photo-attached/295.94KB)

On June 21, 1965, the Byrds release their debut album, “Mr. Tambourine Man.”

                The Life of a Song: ‘Mr Tambourine Man’-FINANCIAL TIMES              
    "Mr. Tambourine Man-Wikipedia"       "
The Byrds-images
The 33-8-line-photo-attached/264.87KB)

On June 20, 1975, the movie Jaws is released.
1975 "Jaws" released in theaters-HISTORY"

    "Steven Spielberg-Wikipedia"    "Jaws (film)-Wikipedia"   "Jaws (film)-images
   (The 45-11-line-photo-attached/225.62KB)

On June 19, 1953, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are executed after being convicted of spying for the Soviet Union two years earlier.
                     "1953  Julius and Ethel Rosenberg execution-HISTORY"

                        "Julius and Ethel Rosenberg-Wikipedia"   
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg-images"   
                 "The story of Moses’ second son-Jewish Rhode Island"
                              (The 53-11-line-photo-attached/303.73KB)

On June 18, 1942, film critic Roger Ebert is born in Urbana, Illinois.
1942  Film critic Roger Ebert born-HISTORY"

                        "Roger Ebert-Wikipedia"    "Roger Ebert-images
   (The 70-15-line-photo-attached/448.57KB)

On June 17, 1885, the Statue of Liberty arrives in New York.
he Statue of Liberty arrives in New York.-HISTORY"

     "Statue of Liberty-Wikipedia"    "Statue of Liberty Arrives-images
                               (The 76-16-line-photo-attached/344.74KB)

On June 14, 1998, the Chicago Bulls, led by superstar Michael Jordan, win their third straight National Basketball championship.
1999  Michael Jordan retires for a second time-HISTORY"

                                       "Chicago Bulls-Wikipedia"    
1998, the Chicago Bulls win their third straight National Basketball championship.-images"        (The 54-12-line-photo-attached/297.38KB)

On June 13, 1967, President Lyndon B. Johnson nominates Thurgood Marshall to the United States Supreme Court.
1967  Thurgood Marshall appointed to Supreme Court-HISTORY"

          "Thurgood Marshall-Wikipedia"         "Thurgood Marshall-images"              
The 74-15-line-photo-attached/556.25KB

On June 12, 1987, President Ronald Reagan gives his famous “tear down this wall” speech near the Berlin Wall in West Germany.
  "Tear down this wall!-Wikipedia"  
“Mr. Gorbachev, Tear Down This Wall!”: Reagan’s Berlin Speech-ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA"

  "Remarks on East-West Relations at the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin- -images"                (The 42-12-line-photo-attached/250.97KB)                     

On June 11, 1986, the movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is released.
1986 “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” released in theaters-HISTORY"

     "Ferris Bueller's Day Off-Wikipedia    "Ferris Bueller's Day Off-photos"    
                            (The 53-13-line-photo-attached/303.52KB)  

On June 10, 1928, author and illustrator Maurice Sendak is born in Brooklyn, New York."
               "Maurice Sendak-AMERICAN ARTIST-Encropedia-Britannica"
              "Maurice Sendak-Wikipedia"  "Maurice Sendak-photos"   
(The 33-8-line-photo-attached/226.91KB)

On June 7, 1942, the Battle of Midway ends, marking a turning point in the conflict between the United States and Japan...
1942, the Battle of Midway-HISTORY 
Battle of Midway-Wikipedia"        "The Battle of Midway-Photos "
                            (The 45-12-line-photo-attached/226.17KB)    

On June 6, 1944, Allied forces storm the beaches at Normandy, France, taking a major step to free Europe from the Nazis.
D-Day-HISTORY "   "1944 D-Day: Allies storm Normandy’s coast-HISTORY"          "Invasion of Normandy-Wikipedia"        "June 6, 1944-Photos "
                            (The 43-10-line-photo-attached/361.11KB)  

On June 4, 1876, the Transcontinental Express train arrives in San Francisco, 83 hours and 39 minutes after leaving New York City...
1876 Express train crosses the nation in 83 hours-HISTORY
Transcontinental railroad-Wikipedia"  
Transcontinental railroad-Photos "
                            (The 60-15-line-photo-attached/177.23KB)      

On June 3, 1965, Maj. Edward H. White becomes the first American to walk in space after stepping outside the Gemini 4 spacecraft."  
First American astronaut walks in space-HISTORY"
Apollo 1-Wikipedia"Ed White (astronaut)-Wikipedia"   
Ed White (astronaut)-Photos"
                            (The 51-12-line-photo-attached/262.63KB)
On May 31, 1930, actor, director and musician Clint Eastwood is born in San Francisco, California."
               "1930 Actor and director Clint Eastwood is born-HISTORY"                        "Clint Eastwood-Wikipedia"    "Clint Eastwood-Pictures"
                            (The 49-10-line-photo-attached/214.71KB)    

On May 30, 1971, NASA launches Mariner 9 , an unmanned probe to gather information about Mars."
                     "1971 Mariner 9 departs for Mars-HISTORY"                          
Mariner 9
-Wikipedia"    "NASA launches Mariner 9-Pictures"
                            (The  29-9-line-photo-attached/190.27KB)  

On May 29, 1848, Wisconsin enters the union becoming the 30th state.
                       "1848  Wisconsin enters the Union-HISTORY"                                    "Wisconsin-Wikipedia"    "1848  Wisconsin enters the Union-Pictures"
                            (The 67-18-line-photo-attached/390.71KB)  

                              No.696(may.28.)comedian Phil Hartman
On May 28, 1998, comedian Phil Hartman is gunned down in his home by his wife who then turned the gun on herself.
                  "1998  Comic Phil Hartman killed by wife-HISTORY"                                      "Phil Hartman-Wikipedia "         "Phil Hartman-Pictures"
                            (The 41-11-line-photo-attached/189.96KB)

                                 No.695(may.24. Duke-Ellington)
On May 24, 1974, jazz legend Duke Ellington dies in New York City."  
           "1974, jazz legend Duke Ellington dies-HISTORY"                                      " Duke Ellington-Wikipedia "         "Jazz legend Duke-Pictures"
                            (The 51-11-line-photo-attached/387.29KB)

                  No.694(may.23, 2019):Bonnie Parker & Clyde Barrow
On May 23, 1934, infamous outlaws Bonnie Parker, 24, and Clyde Barrow, 25 are gunned down by police officers in Louisiana.
          "1934  Police kill famous outlaws Bonnie and Clyde-HISTORY"                              "Bonnie and Clyde-Wikipedia"    "May 23, 1934-Pictures"
                            (The 63-13-line-photo-attached/206.81KB)  

                  No.693(may.24, 2019):New York’s Brooklyn Bridge opens
On May 24, 1883, New York’s Brooklyn Bridge opens to traffic, connecting the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn for the first time. "  
                           "1883 Brooklyn Bridge opens(HISTORY)"
                                    "Brooklyn Bridge-Wikipedia"
                            (The 97-23-line-photo-attached/375.37KB)  

                  No.692(may.24, 2019): the New York Public Library
On May 23, 1911, the New York Public Library is dedicated."  
                     "1911New York Public Library dedicated(HISTORY)"                                                  "New York Public Library-Wikipedia"
                            (The 58-13-line-photo-attached/369.81KB)   

           No.691(may.22, 2019):Abraham-Lincoln-Invention
On May 22, 1849, future President Abraham Lincoln is issued a patent..."  
"Abraham Lincoln Is the Only President Ever to Have a Patent(Smithonian.com)"
                          "Abraham Lincoln's patent-Wikipedia"
                         (The 37-14-line of photo-attached/115.34KB)  

                    No.690(may.17, the segregation unconstitutional) 
On May 17, 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously rules that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional."
Brown v. Board of Education-HISTORY"
Brown v. Board of Education-Wikipedia"       
(The 28-7-line-photo-attached file/169.03KB)                     

On May 16, 1929, the first Academy Awards ceremony is held in Hollywood, California."
1929, the first Academy Awards ceremony-HISTORY"
1st Academy Awards-Wikipedia"        "Academy Awards-photos"
(The 35-8-line-photo-attached file/252.16KB) 

                            No.688(may.15, 2019) 
On May 15, 1800, President John Adams officially calls for the nation’s capital to be moved to Washington, DC, from Philadelphia. "
                "1800 John Adams moves into White House-HISTORY"
"John Adams, a remarkable political philosopher, served as the second President of the United States (1797-1801), after serving as the first Vice President under President George Washington-WHITE HOUSE".
      "John Adams | The White House-Wikipedia"        "John Adams-Wikipedia"
(The 30-6-line-photo-attached file/231.42KB) 

                                           No.687(may.14, 2019)
On May 14, 1973, America’s first space station is launched into orbit."
     "1973  America’s first space station, Skylab, is launched-HISTORY"
Skylab-Wikipedia"        "Skylab: America’s First Space Station-Wikipedia"
(The 70-15-line-photo-attached file/250.2KB) 

                                           No.686(may.13, 2019)
On May 13, 1607, about 100 English colonists land on the west bank of the James River in Virginia and establish the first permanent..."
                                  "Jamestown Colony-HISTORY" 
Jamestown, Virginia-Wikipedia"        "Jamestown, Virginia-Wikipedia"                                      (The 41-11-line-photo-attached file/268.47KB)    

                                           No.685(may.10, 2019)
On May 10, 1869, the transcontinental railroad is completed."
    "1869 Transcontinental railroad completed, unifying United States-HISTORY"
First Transcontinental Railroad-Wikipedia"
First Transcontinental Railroad-Photos"
                        (The 58-13-line-photo-attached file/187.08KB)  

                                           No.684(may.9, 2019)
On May 9, 1914, President Woodrow Wilson proclaims Mother’s Day a national holiday."
    "1914  Woodrow Wilson proclaims the first Mother’s Day holiday-HISTORY"
                                       "Mother’s Day-Wikipedia"  

     "1914 Woodrow Wilson proclaims the first Mother’s Day holiday-Photos"
he first Mother’s Day-Photos"
                       (The 28-9-line-photo-attached file/229.53KB)    

No.683(may.8, 2019)
On May 8, 1967, boxer Muhammad Ali is indicted for refusing to be inducted into military service during the Vietnam War."
                "1967 Muhammad Ali refuses Army induction-HISTORY"
Muhammad Ali-Wikipedia"  
(The 87-21-line-photo-attached file/385.97KB)  

                                         No.682.may.7. 2019
   "On May 7, 1901, famed actor Gary Cooper is born in Helena, Montana."
         "1901 Gary Cooper born-HISTORY"     "Gary Cooper-Wikipedia"    
                                       "Gary Cooper-photos"
                            (The 60-12-line-photo-attached file/264.69KB)  

                                         No.681.may.6. 2019
"On May 6, 2004, over 51 million Americans tune into the last episode of the sitcom, Friends ."            
                      "2004 Final episode of "Friends" airs on NBC-HISTORY"
                            (The 35-7-line-photo-attached file/165.58KB)  

                                      No.680.may.3. 2019
"On May 3, 1933, James Joseph Brown Jr. is born in Barnwell, South Carolina."  
                   "1933 Funk master, James Brown, is born-HISTORY"
                                  "James Joseph Brown Jr.-Wikipedia"    
                            (The 46-10-line-photo-attached file/216.69KB)  

                                       No.679.may.2. 2019
"On May 2, 2011, U.S. Navy SEALs gun down Osama bin Laden in a nighttime raid at his hideout in Abbottabad, Pakistan."
              "How SEAL Team Six Took Out Osama bin Laden-HISTORY"
       "Osama bin Laden-Wikipedia"     "Death of Osama bin Laden-Wikipedeia"
                "How SEAL Team Six Took Out Osama bin Laden-pictures"
                               "The raid on Osama bin laden-pictures"
                            (The 49-12-line-photo-attached file/204.31KB)    

                                       No.678.may.1. 2019
        "On May 1, 1941 the landmark movie, Citizen Kane , is released."
                            "1941 “Citizen Kane” released-HISTORY"
                  "Citizen Kane-Wikipedia"        "Citizen Kane-pictures"
                            (The 50-10-line-photo-attached file/266.02KB)  

                                       No.677.april.30. 2019
 "On April 30, 1927, the first federal prison for women opens in Alderson, West Virginia."
        "1927 The first federal prison for women opens in West Virginia-HISTORY"
                        "Federal Prison Camp, Alderson-Wikipedia"     
                     "The Federal Industrial Institution for Women-pictures"
                            (The 37-8-line-photo-attached file/250.78KB)  

                                       No.676.april.29. 2019
 "On April 29, 1992, a jury finds four Los Angeles police officers not guilty of using excessive force in the arrest of Rodney King, an African American..."
                    "1992 Rodney King trial verdict announced-HISTORY"
          "Rodney King-Wikipedia"      "1992 Rodney King trial verdict-pictures"
                            (The 21-6-line-photo-attached file/116.91KB)  

                                       No.675.april.26. 2019
 "On April 26, 1865, John Wilkes Booth is shot to death by Union troops twelve days after he assassinated President Abraham Lincoln..."
                      "1865 Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth dies-HISTORY"
          "John Wilkes Booth-Wikipedia"      "Lincoln Assasination-pictures"
                            (The 51-10-line-photo-attached file/340.22KB) 

                                      No.674.april.25. 2019
 "On April 25, 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope is placed into low earth orbit by the crew of the space shuttle Discovery."
                    "1990 Hubble Space Telescope placed in orbit-HISTORY"
                                "Hubble Space Telescope-Wikipedia"
                           "1990 Hubble Space Telescope-pictures"
                            (The 65-16-line-photo-attached file/197.33KB)

                                       No.673.april.24. 2019
 "On April 24, 1800, President John Adams establishes the Library of Congress using $5,000 appropriated by Congress."
                        "1800 Library of Congress established(HISTORY)"
                                "The Library of Congress-Wikipedia"
                            (The 69-13-line-photo-attached file/378.12KB)  

                                      No.672.april.23. 2019
"On April 23, 1969, Sirhan Sirhan is sentenced to death for the assassination of Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy."
                                     "Robert Kennedy-HISTORY
                          "Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy-Wikipedia"
                          "Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy-pictures
                            (The 34-7-line-photo-attached file/246.31KB)  

                                    No.671.april.18. 2019
"On April 18, 1942, Lieutenant Colonel James H. Doolittle leads a force of 16 B-25 bombers to attack Japan."
                    "1942 Doolittle leads air raid on Tokyo-HISTORY
           "James H. Doolittle-HISTORY"     "Jimmy Doolittle-Wikipedia"
                            (The 55-11-line-photo-attached file/289.61KB)  

                                   No.670.april.17. 2019
 "On April 17, 1970, Apollo 13 splashes down safely in the Pacific Ocean after the crew and NASA engineers surmounted what seemed..."
       "1970 Apollo 13 returns to Earth-HISTORY”    "Apollo 13-NASA-Article"
         "Apollo 13 returns to Earth-pictures"   "Apollo 13-Wikipedia"
                            (The 60-13-line-photo-attached file/345.14KB) 

                                   No.669.april.16. 2019
 "On April 16, 2007, Virginia Tech student Seung Hui Cho begins a shooting rampage against his fellow students and faculty members, killing..."
                "2007 Virginia Tech shooting leaves 32 dead-HISTORY
        "Virginia Tech shooting-Wikipedia"      "Virginia Tech shooting-pictures"
                            (The 60-16-line-photo-attached file/257.51KB)  
(Note:The Editor tried to follow each lines of the comments seen in the "
Today@VOA" trying to follow the story of the event with photos concerned, so that the Editor could show the visitors what is aimed at editing the Event as what he calls "Illustrated Story". 

                                   No.668.april.15. 2019
 "On April 15, 2013, three are killed and over 260 are injured after two bombs detonate near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. "
                              "Boston Marathon Bombing-HISTORY"
Boston Marathon bombing-Wikipedia
                      (The 59-14-line-photo-attached file/325.78KB)
The Editor's special note for this Event presentation:As the viewers probably noticed, this Event presentation is doubled with the one placed here the previous day as "Yoshida's Selected one:"Boston Marathon bombing, April  15  Event".This doubled presentation is caused by a delicate difference of the Editor's interpretation or understandings of the Article, where the article point lies and so on, so that the Editor tried this time to be faithful to the description made in this "ON THIS DAY IN AMERICAN HISTORY".    
                                      No.667.april.12. 2019
 "On April 12, 1954, Bill Haley & His Comets record one of the most iconic songs in rock and roll, “(We’re Gonna) Rock Around The Clock.”"
     "1954 Bill Haley and the Comets record “Rock Around The Clock-HISTORY
              "Bill Haley & His Comets-pictures"  "Bill Haley-pictures"
                            (The 46-8-line-photo-attached file/455.48KB)                   
No.666.april.11. 2019.
"On April 11, 1951, President Harry S. Truman relieves General Douglas MacArthur of his command of U.S. forces in Korea."
"Douglas MacArthur-HISTORY"        "Douglas MacArthur-Wikipedia"  
"President Harry S. Truman relieves General Douglas MacArthur of his command of U.S. forces in Korea.Douglas MacArthur-Pictures" 
                            (The 60-15-line-photo-attached file/216.72KB)  

                                     No.665.april.10. 2019.
"On April 10, 1866, philanthropist and diplomat Henry Bergh founds the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals."
"1866  ASPCA is founded-HISTORY"
  "American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals-Wikipedia"  
                            (The 52-12-line-photo-attached file/310.51KB)     

                                        No.664.april.9. 2019.
"On April 9, 1865, Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrenders his 28,000 troops to Union General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox, Virginia,..."
""1865 Robert E. Lee surrenders-HISTORY"" 
"Battle of Appomattox Court House-Wikipedia"  
                          "Battle of Appomattox Court House-Pictures" 
                            (The 51-14-line-photo-attached file/221.15KB)     

                                        No.663.april.8. 2019.
"On April 8, 1935, Congress establishes the Works Progress Administration (WPA)."
"Works Progress Administration (WPA)-HISTORY" 
"Works Progress Administration-Wikipedia"  
 "1935, Congress establishes the Works Progress Administration (WPA)-Pictures"               (The 92-21-line-photo-attached file/223.86KB)   

                                        No.662.april.5. 2019.
"On April 5, 1994, Kurt Cobain, leader of the popular grunge rock band Nirvana commits suicide in his Seattle home."
"1994 Grunge Rock Icon Kurt Cobain Commits Suicide-HISTORY" 
"Kurt Cobain-Wikipedia"  "Kurt Cobain-Picture" 
                            (The 42-12-line-photo-attached file/156.35KB)  

                                        No.661.april.4. 2019.
"On April 4, 1968, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. is assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee."
"Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassination-HISTORY" 
"Martin Luther King, Jr.-Wikipedia"  "Promised Land-Wikipedia" 
                         "Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassination-Pictures"
                            (The 81-20-line-photo-attached file/355.22KB)  

                                        No.660.april.3. 2019.
         "On April 3, 1860, the Pony Express mail delivery begins."
"1860 Pony Express debuts-HISTORY"  
"Pony Express-Wikipedia"  "Pony Express-Pictures"
                          (The 54-13-line-photo-attached file/202.25KB)  

                                        No.659.april.2. 2019.
"On April 2, 1917, the first congresswoman, Jeannette Pickering Rankin, takes her seat as a representative from Montana.
"Jeannette Rankin-HISTORY"    "Jeannette Rankin-Pictures"
                          (The 46-11-line-photo-attached file/210.54KB)  

                                        No.658.april.1. 2019.
"On April 1, 1970, President Richard Nixon signs a bill prohibiting cigarette ads on radio and television.
Congress bans cigarette ads on the air, April 1, 1970-POLITICO"
(The 27-8-line-photo-attached file/129.94KB)  

                                        No.657.march.29. 2019.
 "March 29, 1974, the Mariner 10 probe makes its first flyby of the planet Mercury. " 
            "1974 U.S. space probe, Mariner, visits Mercury-HISTORY"
Mariner program-Wikipedia"  "Mariner program-photos"   "Mariner 10-Wikipedia"
(The 55-12-line-photo-attached file/168.4KB)                                 No.656.march.28. 2019.
"On March 28, 1979, a reactor at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant outside Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, overheats causing the most serious..."            "1979 Nuclear accident at Three Mile Island-HISTORY"                                                          "Three Mile Island accident-Wikipedia"    
                  "The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident-photos"
                       (The 46-14-line-photo-attached file/107.87KB)                        

                                       No.655.march.27. 2019.
"On March 27, 1939, the University of Oregon beats The Ohio State University to win the first NCAA men’s college basketball tournament." 
        "1939 'March Madness' crowns its first men's NCAA Champion-HISTORY"
     "1939 'March Madness' crowns its first men's NCAA Champion-photos"
      "NCAA Tournament-Wikipedia"    "NCAA Tournament in 1939-photos"
      "The first NCAA men’s college basketball tournament 1939-photos"
                       (The 39-8-line-photo-attached file/366.66KB)                       

No.654.march.26. 2019.
"On March 26, 1953, Dr. Jonas Salk announces he has successfully tested a vaccine against the polio virus."   
                         "1953 Salk announces polio vaccine-HISTORY"
               "Jonas Salk-Wikipedia"    "Dr.Jonas Salk Vaccine-photos"
                       (The 79-18-line-photo-attached file/292.64KB)  

                                      No.653.march.25. 2019.
"On March 25, 1634, English colonists arrive to what is now the state of Maryland."   
                         "1634 The settlement of Maryland-HISTORY
               "Maryland-Wikipedia"    "Colonists arrived to Maryland-photos"
                     "George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore-Wikipedia"
                       (The 70-14-line-photo-attached file/161.18KB)                        

No.652.march.22. 2019.
"On March 22, 1930, American composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim is born. "   
                         "1930 Stephen Sondheim is born-HISTORY
          "Stephen Sondheim-Wikipedia"    "Stephen Sondheim-photos"
                       (The 55-14-line-photo-attached file/301.34KB)                      

                                        No.648.march.15. 2019.
       "On March 15, 1820, Maine enters the Union as the 23rd state."
            "1820 Maine enters the Union-HISTORY"     "Maine-HISTORY"   
             "Maine-Wikipedia"            "Maine enters the 23rd states-Pictures"
                         (The 59-13-line-photo-attached file/205.5KB)  

                                        No.647.march.14. 2019.
"On March 14, 1948, comedian and actor Billy Crystal is born in Long Beach, California."                                                             
                                "1948 Billy Crystal is born-HISTORY"
                  "Billy Crystal-Wikipedia"            "Billy Crystal-Pictures"
                         (The 49-9-line-photo-attached file/351.44KB)    

                                        No.646.march.13. 2019.
"On March 13, 1942, the United States Army establishes the “War Dog Program,” or “K-9 Corps.” "                                                             
                        "1942 U.S. Army launches K-9 Corps-HISTORY"
                  "Dogs in warfare-Wikipedia"Dogs in warfare-Pictures"
                                         "Rin Tin Tin-Wikipedia"
                         (The 63-11-line-photo-attached file/280.54KB)     

                                        No.645.march.12. 2019.
"On March 12, 1922, author Jack Kerouac is born in Lowell, Massachusetts."                                                             
                              "1922 Jack Kerouac is born-HISTORY"
  "Jack Kerouac-Wikipedia"    "Jack Kerouac-Pictures"
  "On the Road-Wikipedia"     (The 85-19-line-photo-attached file/530.57KB)     

                                        No.644.march.11. 2019.
"On March 11, 1941, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Lend-Lease Act, allowing the U.S. to send food, oil and materials..." 
                   "Lend-Lease Act-HISTORY" 
           "The Lend-Lease Act-Wikipedia"     "The Lend-Lease Act-Pictures"     
                         (The 41-10-line-photo-attached file/291.86KB)    
Editor's comment;My mother was Hawaii-born-Nisei and used to tell me in my boyhood in a low small voice; "Yuuki, President Roosevelt is a victim of infantile paralysis and those who suffers this disease is clever, so you will be!...". Ha.                                        
                                          No.643.march.8. 2019.
"On March 8, 1965, two battalions of United States Marines land in Da Nang, South Vietnam, as the U.S. sends its first combat troops..."      
             "1965 Marines continue to land at Da Nang-HISTORY"   
                               "1965 in the Vietnam War-Wikipedia"      
                         (The 35-8-line-photo-attached file/215.82KB)         

                                           No.642.march.7. 2019.
"On March 7, 1876, Scottish-born American Alexander Graham Bell receives the patent for his new invention, the telephone."              
                              "Alexander Graham Bell-HISTORY"   
                               "Alexander Graham Bell-Wikipedia"      
                         (The 49-11-line-photo-attached file/229.09KB)                                                          
No.641.march.6. 2019.
"On March 6, 1857, the United States Supreme Court rules on the case of Dred Scott v. Sandford , effectively declaring that blacks,..."              
                              "1857  Dred Scott decision-HISTORY"   
                              "1857  Dred Scott decision-HISTORY"   
    "Dred Scott v. Sandford-Wikipedia"       "Dre Scott v. Sandford-pictures
                         (The 48-10-line-photo-attached file/260.5KB)
                             "1857 Dred Scott decision"(HISTORY)

                                            No.640.march.5. 2019.
               "On March 5, 1963, the Hula-Hoop is patented."                     
                       "1963  Hula-Hoop patented-HISTORY"
             "1963 the Hula-Hoop-photos"       "The Hula hoop-Wikipedia"      
        "Arthur “Spud” Melin-Wikipedia"       "Arthur “Spud” Melin-pictures"
   "Arthur Melin, 77, a Promoter of the Hula-Hoop, Is Dead-New York Times"                         (The 43-8-line-photo-attached file/117.65KB)

                     No.639.march.4. 2019.
"On March 4, 2005, billionaire lifestyle guru Martha Stewart is released from federal prison after serving five months for lying..."                     
                   "2005 Martha Stewart is released from prison-HISTORY"
                "Martha Stewart-photos"       "Martha Stewart-Wikipedia"      
                                "Martha Stewart-inccident-photos"
                              (The 36-8-line-photo-attached file/202.68KB)

                                       No.638.march.1. 2019.
"On March 1, 1961, the Peace Corps is established by President John F. Kennedy. "      
                                "The Founding Moment-Peace Corp"
             "The Founding Moment-photos"       "Peace Corps-Wikipedia"      
                            (The 35-11-line-photo-attached file/77.54KB)

                                            No.637.feb.28. 2019.
"On Feb. 28, 1993, agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms launch an unsuccessful raid of the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas."      
               "1993 ATF raids Branch Davidian compound-HISTORY"     
"The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms launch an unsuccessful raid of the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas-photos"
       "Branch Davidian compound-Wikipedia"       "Waco siege-Wikipedia"
          "The Branch Davidian-photos"      "Benjamin Lloyd Roden-photos"
                           (The 48-13-line-photo-attached file/274.38KB)

                                               No.636.feb.27. 2019.
"On Feb. 27,1860, then presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln poses for his first portrait by noted Civil War-era photographer Matthew Brady. "      
"1860 Mathew Brady photographs presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln-HISTORY"      
 "List of photographs of Abraham Lincoln-Wikipedia"   "Mathew Brady-Wikipedia"
                           (The 104-17-line-photo-attached file/230.43KB)

                                            No.635.feb.26. 2019.
"On Feb. 26, 1993, Islamic terrorists explode a truck bomb in the basement of the north tower of the World Trade Center."      
                                   "World Trade Center-HISTORY"
                      "1993 World Trade Center bombing-Wikipedia"      
                      "1993 World Trade Center bombing-pictures"
                           (The 39-10-line-photo-attached file/269.39KB)                                                                           
No.634.feb.25. 2019.
"On Feb. 25, 1964, boxer Cassius Clay, who later changed his name to Muhammed Ali, defeats highly favored heavyweight champion Sonny..."      
                     "1964 Cassius Clay defeats Sonny Liston-HISTORY"
                                        "Muhammed Ali-Wikipedia"      
                      "1964 Cassius Clay defeats Sonny Liston-pictures"
                           (The 71-17-line-photo-attached file/340.58KB)

                                           No.633.feb.22. 2019.
"On Feb. 22, 1980, the U.S. hockey team, a massive underdog, defeats the Soviet team at the Olympic Winter Games..."      
    "1980  U.S. hockey team beats the Soviets in the 'Miracle on Ice'-HISTORY"
          "Miracle on Ice-Wikipedia"       "1980 the U.S. hockey team-pictures"
                  "The 1980 U.S. Olympic Team-U.S.Hokey-Hall of Fame"
                           (The 38-10-line-photo-attached file/214.2KB)

                                         No.632.feb.21. 2019.
"On Feb. 21, 1965, African-American activist Malcolm X is assassinated by rival activists in New York City."      
                             "1965 Malcolm X assassinated-HISTORY"
             "Malcolm X-Wikipedia"          "Malcolm X assassinated-pictures"
                           (The 47-11-line-photo-attached file/200.73KB)                    

                                         No.631.feb.20. 2019.
"On Feb. 20, 1962, John Hershel Glenn Jr. becomes the first American to orbit Earth."   
        "1962 John Glenn becomes first American to orbit Earth-HISTORY"
                               "John Hershel Glenn-Wikipedia"
"1962, John Hershel Glenn Jr. becomes the first American to orbit Earth-pictures"                    (The 41-9-line-photo-attached file/166.83KB)  

                                         No.630.feb.19. 2019.
"On Feb. 19, 1940, singer, songwriter, producer William “Smokey” Robinson Jr. is born in Detroit, Michigan."
                             "Smokey Robinson-BIOGRAPHY"
"Smokey Robinson-photos-Google"         "Smokey Robinson-Wikipedia"
                           (The 43-22-line-photo-attached file/266.3KB)

                                         No.629.feb.18. 2019.
"On Feb. 15, 1933, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt escapes an assassination attempt after delivering a speech in Miami, Florida."      
               "1933  FDR escapes assassination in Miami-HISTORY"
                "FDR escapes assassination in Miami-photos-Google"  
"Franklin D. Roosevelt-Wikipedia"
                           (The 28-7-line-photo-attached file/210.76KB)

                                         No.628.feb.14. 2019.
" On Feb. 14, 2018, Nikolas Cruz opens fire on students at Parkland Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school, killing... "      
                    "Stoneman Douglas High School shooting-Wikipedia"
             "Parkland shooting victims are remembered in silence-Article-AP"
                "Stoneman Douglas High School shooting-photos-Google"  
                           (The 39-12-line-photo-attached file/178.86KB)

                                        No.627.feb.13. 2019.
"On Feb. 13, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson approves Operation Rolling Thunder, which called for the massive bombing of..."         
         "1965 Lyndon Johnson approves Operation Rolling Thunder-History"                                    "Operation Rolling Thunder-photos-Wikipedia"  
Operation Rolling Thunder-Wikipedia"  
                           (The 41-10-line-photo-attached file/60.51KB)

                                         No.625.feb.11. 2019.
"On Feb. 11, 2012, singer Whitney Houston is found dead in the bathtub of her hotel in Beverly Hills, California."
                      "Whitney Houston found dead, aged 48-The Gurdian"
                  "Whitney Houston-Wikipedia"   "Whitney Houston-photos"
                                   "Whitney Houston dead-photos"
                                (The 39-photo-attached file/171.5KB)

                                        No.624.feb.8. 2019.
"On Feb. 8, 1693, the College of William & Mary is founded in Williamsburg, Virginia, making it the second institute of higher learning..."
                                "History & Tradition-William & Mary"
                      "History of the College of William & Mary-Pictures-Wikipedia"
                                (The 37-photo-attached file/241.26KB)

                                         No.622.feb.6. 2019.
"On Feb. 6, 1911, the 40th president of the United States, Ronald Reagan, is born in Tampico, Ill."
                            "1911 Ronald Reagan is born-HISTORY"   
           "Ronald Reagan-Wikipedia"   "Ronald Reagan-picture-Wikipedia"   
                                (The 97-photo-attached file/408.69KB)

                                         No.620.feb.4. 2019.
"On Feb. 4, 1789, George Washington is elected first president of the United States."
                "1789 George Washington is elected president-HISTORY"   
                                 "George Washington-Wikipedia"   
          "1789 George Washington is elected president-picture-Wikipedia"   
                                (The 63-photo-attached file/174.18KB) 

                                         No.619.feb.1. 2019.
"On Feb. 1, 1790, the Supreme Court of the United States meets for the first time in the Royal Exchange Building in New York City."
                "1790 First session of the U.S. Supreme Court-HISTORY"
                     "Supreme Court of the United States-Wikipedia"
          "1790 First session of the U.S. Supreme Court-Pictures-Wikipedia"                                 (The 38-photo-attached file/166.39KB) 

                                        No.618.Jan.31. 2019.
"On Jan. 31. 1971 Apollo 14 successfully launches from Cape Canaveral, Fla., on its way to the moon."

                "1971 Apollo 14 departs for the Moon-HISTORY"   
              "Apollo 14 launch-pictures-Wikipedia"     "Apollo 14-Wikipedia
                               (The 24-photo-attached file/124.56KB) 

                                        No.617.Jan.30. 2019.
"On Jan. 30, 1835, President Andrew Jackson survives an assassination attempt. It was the first attempt on a U.S. president."

        "1835 Andrew Jackson narrowly escapes assassination-HISTORY"   
       "Andrew Jackson-pictures-Wikipedia"     "Andrew Jackson-wikipedia"                    "Andrew Jackson narrowly escapes assassination-picture"
                               (The 47-photo-attached file/172.58KB) 

                                         No.616.Jan.29. 2019.
"On Jan. 29, 1845, the New York Evening Mirror publishes Edgar Allen Poe’s poem “The Raven.”"

                            "1845 “The Raven” is published-HISTORY"   
              "The Raven-pictures-Wikipedia"     "The Raven-wikipedia"                 
                               (The 32-photo-attached file/168.11KB)                           

                                        No.615.Jan.28. 2019.
"On Jan. 28, 1986, the space shuttle Challenger explodes 73 seconds after liftoff from Cape Canaveral, Fla."

    "Challenger Explosion-HISTORY"     "1986–Space Shuttle Explored-pictures"
                         "Space Shuttle Challenger disaster-wikipedia"                                                        (The 57-photo-attached file/208.82KB) 
                                 "Challenger Explosion-HISTORY"

                                        No.614.Jan.25. 2019.
 "On Jan. 25, 1971, cult leader Charles Manson and three of his followers are convicted of the 1969 murder of actress Sharon Tate and others. "
                      "1971, cult leader Charles Manson-HISTORY"
                                      "Charles Manson-Wikipedia"   
              "1971, cult leader Charles Manson-pictures"
                           (The 37-photo-attached file/132.16KB)

                                     No.613.Jan.24. 2019. 
                      "1935 First canned beer goes on sale-HISTORY"

                    "Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company-Wikipedia"   
     "Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company-picture"     "Microbrewery-Wikipedia"
                           (The 38-photo-attached file/269.57KB)

                                      No.612.Jan.23. 2019.
"On Jan. 23, 1957, Wham-O toy company unveils the Frisbee, an aerodynamic plastic disc used to play catch and other sports."

           "1957 Toy company Wham-O produces first Frisbees-HISTORY"
      "Whem-O-Toy-Company-pictures-Wikipedia"    "Wham-O-Wikipedia"                               (The 48-photo-attached file/271.9KB)

                                        No.611.Jan.22. 2019.
"On Jan 22, 1998, Theodore J. Kaczynski, also known as the “Unabomber,” pleads guilty to federal charges that he was behind..."

                                "Unabomber (Ted Kaczynski)-HISTORY"
   "Unabomber (Ted Kaczynski)-pictures-Wikipedia"    "Ted Kaczynski-Wikipedia"   
                  "The Unabomber Trial:The Manifesto-Washington Post"
                           (The 30-photo-attached file/134.56KB)                           

                                        No.609.Jan.17. 2019.
"On Jan. 17, 1950, robbers steal more than $2 million from the Brink’s Armored Car depot in Boston, Mass."

          "1950 Boston thieves pull off historic Brink's robbery-HISTORY"
                      "1959 Boston Thieves-pictures-Wikipedia"
         "1950 Boston thieves pull off historic Brink's robbery-Wikipedia"     
                                          "Brink's Robbery-FBI"
                        (The 33-photo-attached file/183.73KB)

                                     No.608.Jan.16. 2019.
"On Jan. 16, 1919, the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which prohibited the “manufacture, sale, or transportation of...
                    "1919  Prohibition is ratified by Congress-HISTORY"
     "1919, the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution-pictures-Wikipedia"
         "Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution-Wikipedia"     
                        (The 41-photo-attached file/196.15KB)

                                         No.606.Jan.14. 2019.
"On Jan. 14, 1943, President Franklin D. Roosevelt arrives in Casablanca, French North Africa(now Morocco), and becomes the first sitting..."

     "1943 Roosevelt and Churchill begin Casablanca Conference-HISTORY"
                      "1943 Casablanca Conference-Wikipedia-pictures"   
                       "Casablanca Conference-In Roosevelt History"
            "Franklin Roosevelt Administration: Table of Contents-Radio Address"
    "Movie 'Air force one 1943'-pictures"   "Boeing 314 Clipper-Wikipedia"
                        (The 30-photo-attached file/149.91KB) 

                                         No.605.Jan.12. 2019.
 "On January 11, 1908, U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt declares the Grand Canyon a national monument."

  "1908 Theodore Roosevelt makes Grand Canyon a national monument-HISTORY"
   "Theodore Roosevelt makes Grand Canyon a national monument-pictures"  
   "Grand Canyon-Wikipedia-pictures"    "Grand Canyon-Wikipedia"
                        (The 70-photo-attached file/255.56KB)

                                        No.604.Jan.11. 2019.
"On January 10, 1901, prospectors strike oil at Spindletop Hill near Beaumont, Texas."

                 "Spindletop-HISTORY"      "Spindletop Hill oil-pictures"    
                        (The 34-photo-attached file/351.58KB)                   

                                          No.602.Jan.9. 2019.
On January 8, 1962, the Mona Lisa is exhibited for the first time in the United States at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C."
            "1962 Mona Lisa exhibited in Washington-HISTORY"
          "1962, the Mona Lisa is exhibited for the first time-PICTURES"                                               "Mona Lisa-Wikipedia"
                        (The 35-photo-attached file/104.64KB) 

                                       No.601.Jan.8. 2019.
 "On January 7, 1953, President Harry S. Truman announces the United States has developed the hydrogen bomb."

      "1953 Truman announces U.S. has developed hydrogen bomb-HISTORY"
     "1953 Truman announces U.S. has developed hydrogen bomb-PICTURES"
                                       "Nuclear weapon-Wikipedia"
                      (The 35-photo-attached file/   .  KB)

                                        No.600.Jan.4. 2019.
"On January 4, 1896, Utah becomes the 45th state of the United States."                                "1896 Utah enters the Union-HISTORY"
                           "1847 Mormons settle Salt Lake Valley-HISTORY"
               "1896, Utah becomes the 45th state of the United States-Picture"
                "Utah-Wikipedia"   (The 75-photo-attached file/268.43KB)

                                        No.597(Jan.1. 2019)
On December 31, 1879, inventor Thomas Alva Edison demonstrates his incandescent light bulb..."
                  "1879 Edison demonstrates incandescent light-HISTORY
          "Thomas Alva Edison-Wikipedia"       "Thomas Alva Edison-photos
       "Incandescent light bulb-Wikipedia"   "List of Edison patents-Wikipedia"
Thomas Edison words-pictures"     (The 87-photo-attached file/353.72KB)  

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