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    American Revolution
    Pontiac's plot is foiled, 1763


    Automotive
    Daimler-Benz announces purchase of Chrysler Corp., 1998

    Civil War
    Grant leaves the Wilderness for Spotsylvania, 1864

    Cold War
    Brezhnev becomes president of the USSR, 1960


    Crime
    A serial killer is hanged, 1896

    Disaster
    Volcanic eruption buries Caribbean city, 1902

    General Interest
    Pontiac's Rebellion begins, 1763

    Lusitania sinks, 1915

    French defeated at Dien Bien Phu, 1954

    Munch's The Scream recovered, 1994

    Hollywood
    Gary Cooper born, 1901

    Literary
    Robert Browning is born, 1812

    Music
    "Satisfaction" comes to Keith Richards, 1965

    Old West
    Gary Cooper is born, 1901

    Presidential
    George Washington attends inaugural ball, 1789

    Sports
    Reggie Miller leads Pacers to victory over Knicks, 1995

    Vietnam War
    French fall to Viet Minh at Dien Bien Phu, 1954

    World War I
    German submarine sinks Lusitania, 1915

    World War II
    Germany surrenders unconditionally to the Allies at Reims, 1945

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    1824 - The Mexican state of Coahuila y Tejas was created when Mexico drafted a new constitution.

    1844 - The Scioto Belle arrived at Galveston from New Orleans. The steamer operated between Galvenston and Houston and landings on the Trinity River. In 1844, during a yellow fever epidemic, it was docked at Lynchburg and was converted into a hospital by Dr. John Henry Bowers.

    1861 - Anna Pennybacker was born in Petersburg, Virginia. She graduated from the first class of Sam Houston Normal School in Huntsville, TX. She wrote and published A New History of Texas in 1888. The textbook was a staple of Texas classrooms for forty years.
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