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1. On this date in 1806, which president's grandson became the first baby to be born in the White House? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

2. In what year did Popeye first appear in a comic strip on this date? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

3. According to Colonial Hall, Benjamin Franklin's ancestors came from which county in England? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

Use all of these letters to spell the title of a work by Robert Cormier (according to Random House)
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INTERMEDIATE

1. What was the name of the nuclear-powered submarine that made its first voyage on this date in 1955? (hint: the answer is found on this page)

2. According to the BBC, in which small Michigan town was John Bellairs born? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

3. According to the Lucid Library, how many times did James Cook sail around the world? (hint: you will need to use a link found on this page)

Use all of these letters to spell the title of a book by John Bellairs:
HEFT HOST INTERFACE
EXPERT
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1. According to Incompetech what was the name of the imaginary kingdom on which Anne Brontė and her sister Emily would write?

2. According to the Virginia Historical Society, how many years did Douglas Wilder serve in the Virginia General Assembly?

3. According to the International Boxing Hall of Fame, how many bouts did Muhammad Ali win and lose during his professional career?

Use all of these letters to spell the title of a writing by William Stafford (according to his official web site)
YOU TWISTY FORCE
 
 
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Benjamin Franklin
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[Florida State University]

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Anne Brontė
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[University of Sheffield]

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Douglas Wilder
Born on This Date 1931

[University of Colorado]

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John Bellairs
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Muhammad Ali
Born on This Date 1942

[Parkinson Online Nederland]

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1925 Robert Cormier (Massachusetts-born Children's Author) Robert Cormier Young-adult Authors
1938 John Bellairs (Michigan-born Children's Author) John Bellairs Young-adult Authors
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1709 George Lyttelton (English Schoolmaster Known for His Correspondence with Former Student Rupert Hart-Davis) English Authors and Illustrators
1820 Anne Brontė (English Poet: Sister of Charlotte Brontė and Emily Brontė) Anne Brontė Charlotte Brontė Emily Brontė Poetry
1883 Compton Mackenzie (English-born Scottish Novelist) English Authors and Illustrators Scottish Authors and Illustrators
1886 Ronald Firbank (English Author) English Authors and Illustrators
1899 Nevil Shute (English Author of On the Beach) English Authors and Illustrators Nuclear War
1914 William Edgar Stafford (Kansas-born Poet) William Edgar Stafford Poetry
1940 Oswald Mbuyiseni Mtshali (South African Writer, Poet) South African Authors and Illustrators Poetry
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1624 Guarino Guarini (Italian Baroque Architect) Italian Artists Architecture
1827 Diedrich August Bohlen (German-American Architect of Several Indianapolis Landmarks) German Artists & Architects Indianapolis Architecture
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1920 Nora Kaye (New York City-born Ballet Dancer, Ballerina, Film Director) New York City Performing Artists Ballet
1927 Donald Erb (Ohio-born Composer) Ohio Composers American Composers
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1930 Thomas P. Stafford (Oklahoma-born Astronaut) Thomas P. Stafford Astronauts
1943 Daniel C. Brandenstein (Wisconsin-born Astronaut) Wisconsin Explorers and Astronauts Astronauts Wisconsin Historical Society
Scientists, Mathematicians and Inventors
1706 Benjamin Franklin (Massachusetts-born Scientist, Writer, Publisher, Statesman) Benjamin Franklin U.S. Colonial History Inventors and Inventions
1781 Robert Hare (Pennsylvania-born Chemist, Inventor of the First Blowtorch) Pennsylvania Scientists & Inventors Inventors and Inventions Chemistry Technology and Society
1886 Glenn "Cy" Martin (Iowa-born Inventor, Business Leader, Aviation Pioneer) Iowa Scientists & Mathematicians Inventors & Inventions Aviation Business
1927 Thomas Dooley (Missouri-born Medical Missionary in Southeast Asia) Missouri Scientists & Mathematicians Medical Professionals American Authors
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1763 John Jacob Astor (German-born American Entrepreneur: Fur Trade and Shipping) John Jacob Astor Naval History
1899 Abram Lincoln Harris, Jr. (Virginia-born African-American Economist) Virginia Business Leaders Economics African-American Business Leaders African American Registry
1928 Vidal Sassoon (English Hair Stylist, Entrepreneur) British Business Leaders Official Website
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1342 Philip II, Duke of Burgundy (French King John II) French Political and Social Leaders
1463 Frederick the Wise (German Elector of Saxony, Founder of Wittenberg University) German Political and Social Leaders Education Religion Concordia
1759 Paul Cuffe (Massachusetts-born African-American Sea Captain, Abolitionist Who Championed Resettlement of Free African Americans to West Africa) Paul Cuffe Sierra Leone The Quakers Naval History Famous African Americans
1821 Ossian Bingley Hart (First Governor of Florida to be Born in Florida) Florida Political and Social Leaders Florida Historical Society
1863 David Lloyd George (Prime Minister of England: 1916-1922) English Political and Social Leaders World War I
1885 James Arthur Jackson (African-American Librarian of the West Virginia Supreme Court) West Virginia Political and Social Leaders Law and legal Resources African-American Political and Social Leaders West Virginia Archives
1899 Robert M. Hutchins (New York City-born Education Innovator, Chairman of the Board of Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica New York City Political and Social Leaders Educators of Note Encyclopedia Britannica
1918 Joseph W. Barr (Indiana-born Secretary of the Treasury, Lyndon Johnson Administration) Indiana Business Leaders President Lyndon Johnson U.S. Treasury
1931 Lawrence Douglas Wilder (First African-American Elected State Governor: Virginia) Doug Wilder African American Political and Social Leaders
1964 Michelle Obama (Chicago-born Wife of U.S. President Barack Obama) Chicago Political and Social Leaders Michelle Obama African American Political and Social Leaders
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1899 Al Capone (New York City-born Gangster) Al Capone Crime
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1880 Mack Sennett (Canadian-born American Filmmaker) Canadian Performing Artists Film Makers Internet Movie Database
1922 Betty White (Illinois-born Actress) Illinois Performing Artists Actors Television Film Internet Movie Database
1927 Eartha Kitt (South Carolina-born African-American Emmy-Award Winning Actress, Singer) Eartha Kitt Popular Musicians American Performing Artists Batman Emmy Awards African-American Performing Artists
1931 James Earl Jones (Mississippi-born African-American Actor: Voice of Darth Vader) Mississippi Performing Artists actors African American Performing Artists Biography.com African American Registry
1934 Shari Lewis (New York City-born Puppeteer) New York City Performing Artists Puppetry Internet Movie Database
1949 Andy Kaufman (New York City-born Comedic Actor) New York City Performing Artists actors Biography.com
1956 David Caruso (New York City-born Actor) New York City Performing Artists actors Television film Internet Movie Database
1962 Jim Carrey (Canadian Actor) Canadian Performing Artists actors film Biography.com
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1931 Don Zimmer (Ohio-born Professional Baseball Player, Coach) Ohio Sports Figures Baseball
1940 Kipchoge "Kip" Keino (Kenyan-born Olympic Gold Medal Runner) Kenya Track & Field Olympic Games
1942 Muhammad Ali (Kentucky-born African-American Member of the International Boxing hall of Fame) Muhammad Ali Boxing Hall of Fame Famous African Americans Olympic Games
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395 Theodosius I (Roman General, Emperor) Roman Empire
1851 Thomas Lincoln (Illinois-born Father of Abraham Lincoln) Coles County, Illinois Abraham Lincoln Death Lincoln Logs
1852 Antonio Garra (California-born Chief in the Cupenos Tribe, Executed by Firing Squad) California Political and Social Leaders Native American Heritage Capital Punishment Kumeyaay.com
1874 Joseph Salzmann (Austrian-American Catholic Priest; Founder of St. Francis Seminary in Wisconsin) Austrian Political and Social Leaders Wisconsin Education Religious Leaders and Theologians Educators or Note Wisconsin Historical Society St. Francis Seminary
1893 Rutherford B. Hayes (Ohio-born 19th President of the United States) Ohio Poltical and Social Leaders Rutherford B. Hayes The American Presidency
1927 Juliette Gordon Low (Georgia-born Founder of the Girl Scouts of America) Juliette Gordon Low Girl Scouts of America
1961 Patrice Emery Lumumba (First Prime Minister of Congo) Democratic Republic of the Congo Belgium U.S. News
1968 Bob Jones (Alabama-born Founder of Bob Jones University) Alabama Poltical and Social Leaders Religion Education Bob Jones University Concordia
1996 Barbara Jordan (Texas-born African-American Member of the U.S. House of Representatives) Barbara Jordan U.S. Congress Famous African Americans
2001 Gregory Corso (New York City-born Author) Gregory Corso American Authors
2007 Art Buchwald (New York-born Humorist, Columnist, Author Awarded the 1982 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary) Art Buchwald American Authors Journalism 1982 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary
2010 Erich Segal (New York City-born Novelist) Erich Segal American Authors
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1377 Pope Gregory XI Moves the Papal See Back to Rome from Avignon, France Rome Avignon Catholicism Concordia
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1562 French Protestants Are Recognized Under the Edict of St. Germain France Religion New York Times
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1733 Georgia's Trustees Vote to Ban Jews from Settling in Georgia Georgia Colonial History Judaism University of Georgia
1746 The Scottish Jacobites Rout 8,000 British Reinforcements at the Second Battle of Falkirk British History Scotland War ScotClans
1773 Captain James Cook's Resolution First Ship to Cross the Antarctic Circle James Cook Naval History Antarctica NASA
1781 Patriot Forces Rout the British at the Battle of Cowpens, South Carolina South Carolina American Revolution History Channel
1799 30-year-old William H. Wells of Dagsboro Is Elected to the U.S. Senate by the Delaware General Assembly Delaware Political and Social Leaders Elections U.S. Congress State of Delaware
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1805
Travelling with Lewis and Clark

Clark: a verry windey morning hard from the North Thermometer at 0, Several Indians here to day

Whitehouse: This morning about 3 o'Clock the Wind began to blow from the North, & freeze which continued all this day, the Weather being very Cold—

Lewis & Clark Map: 10/14/04 North Dakota Map: 10/26/04
Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery Fort Mandan Map Native American Tribes Temperature

The Lewis and Clark Trail University of Nebraska

1806
Travelling with Lewis and Clark

Lewis: This morning we were visited by Comowool and 7 of the Clatsops our nearest neighbours, who left us again in the evening. They brought with them some roots and buries for sale, of which however they disposed of but very few as they asked for them such prices as our stock in trade would not license us in giving.

the Chief Comowool gave us some roots and buries for which we gave him in return a mockerson awl and some thread; the latter he wished for the purpose of making a skiming net.

one of the party was dressed in three very eligant Sea Otter skins which we much wanted; for these we offered him many articles but he would not dispose of them for any other consideration but blue beads, of these we had only six fathoms left, which being 4 less than his price for each skin he would not exchange nor would a knife or an
equivalent in beads of any other colour answer his purposes,

these coarse blue beads are their f[av]orite merchandiz, and are called by them tia Commįshuck' or Chiefs beads. the best wampum is not so much esteemed by them as the most inferior beads.

Sent Coalter out to hunt this morning, he shortly after returned with a deer, venison is a rarity with us we have had none for some weeks. Drewyer also set out on a hunting excertion and took one man with him. he intends both to hunt the Elk and trap the beaver.

The Culinary articles of the Indians in our neighbourhood consist of wooden bowls or throughs, baskets, wooden spoons and woden scures or spits. Their wooden bowls and troughs are of different forms and sizes, and most generally dug out of a solid piece; they are ither round or simi globular, in the form of a canoe, cubic, and cubic at top terminating in a globe at bottom; these are extreemly well executed and many of them neatly carved the larger vessels with hand-holes to them;

in these vessels they boil their fish or flesh by means of hot stones which they immerce in the water with the article to be boiled. they also render the oil of fish or other anamals in the same manner. their baskets are formed of cedar bark and beargrass so closely interwoven with the fingers that they are watertight without the aid of gum or rosin; some of these are highly ornamented with strans of beargrass which they dye of several colours and interweave in a great variety of figures;

this serves them the double perpose of holding their water or wearing on their heads; and are of different capacites from that of the smallest cup to five or six gallons; they are generally of a conic form or reather the segment of a cone of which the smaller end forms the base or bottom of the basket. these they make very expediciously and dispose off for a mear trifle.

it is for the construction of these baskets that the beargrass becomes an article of traffic among the natives this grass grows only on their high mountains near the snowey region; the blade is about ? of an inch wide and 2 feet long smoth pliant and strong; the young blades which are white from not being exposed to the sun or air, are those most commonly employed, particularly in their neatest work.

Their spoons are not remarkable nor abundant, they are generally large and the bole brawd.

their meat is roasted with a sharp scure, one end of which is incerted in the meat with the other is set erect in the ground. the spit for roasting fish has it's upper extremity split, and between it's limbs the center of the fish is inscerted with it's head downwards and the tale and extremities of the scure secured with a string, the sides of the fish, which was in the first instance split on the back, are expanded by means of small splinters of wood which extend crosswise the fish.

a small mat of rushes or flags is the usual plate or dish on which their fish, flesh, roots or burries are served. they make a number of bags and baskets not watertight of cedar bark, silk-grass, rushes, flags and common coarse sedge. in these they secure their dryed fish, rooots, buries, &c.—

Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery Lewis & Clark Map: 11/07/05 Clatsop County, Oregon Fort Clatsop Clatsops
The Lewis and Clark Trail University of Nebraska
1806 Thomas Jefferson's Grandson Is First Child Born in the White House The White House Thomas Jefferson Historic Firsts National First ladies' Library
1821 Moses Austin Is Granted Permission to Bring the First Anglo-American Settlers into Spanish Texas Texas Political and Social Leaders Connecticut Political and Social Leaders Hispanic Heritage Historic Firsts Texas State Historical Association
1823 Lafayette Parish, Louisiana Is Created Louisiana Official Website Louisiana Secretary of State
1840 Leaders of the Mexican Federalist Party Declare the Independence of the Republic of the Rio Grande Mexico Texas Hispanic Heritage Texas State Historical Association
Edgar Allen Poe Reviews Thomas Moore's Poem, "Alciphron," in Burton's Gentleman's Magazine Thomas Moore Edgar Allen Poe Poetry National Council of Teachers of English
1851 Abraham Lincoln's Father, Thomas, Dies in Coles County, Illinois Coles County, Illinois Abraham Lincoln Death Lincoln Logs
1852 In California, Cupenos Tribal Chief, Antonio Garra, Is Executed by Firing Squad for Having Led San Diego Revolt California Political and Social Leaders Native American Heritage Capital Punishment Kumeyaay.com Learn California
Sand River Convention Reduces British Influence in South Africa, Abolishes Slavery South Africa Great Britain Slavery South African History
1860 In Little Rock, Arkansas, St. John's College Is Destroyed By Fire Little Rock, Arkansas Education Fire Arkansas History Commission
1861 Abraham Lincoln Announces Selection of Edward Bates (MO) and Charles Seward (NY) for Cabinet Positions Abraham Lincoln American Presidency Lincoln Logs
1862 Lincoln Transmits to Congress Letter to the King of Prussia Regarding the Trent Affair U.S. Congress Abraham Lincoln Trent Affair Lincoln Logs
U.S.S. Connecticut Captures the British Blockade-runner Emma Off the Florida Keys Florida Keys American Civil War Naval History Florida Historical Society
Battery G, First Michigan Light Artillery, Is Mustered into Federal Service at Kalamazoo Kalamazoo, Michigan American Civil War State of Michigan
1863 President Lincoln Discusses the State of the Union with Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Abraham Lincoln American Presidency Journalism Lincoln Logs
The City of Napoleon, Arkansas, Is Set Afire on Orders From Federal General Hurlbut Arkansas Fire American Civil War Arkansas History Commission
1865 President Lincoln Sends to the Senate a Treaty with the Chippewa Indians of Michigan U.S. Senate Michigan Abraham Lincoln Chippewa Indians Lincoln Logs
President Lincoln Meets with Cabinet Regarding Capture of Fort Fisher, North Carolina North Carolina Abraham Lincoln American Civil War Forts Lincoln Logs
Lincoln Issues Order Protecting Property of 'Sisters of Charity of Nazareth' (KY) Kentucky Abraham Lincoln American Civil War Religion Lincoln Logs
Heavy Rains Delay Sherman's March into the Carolinas General William Tecumseh Sherman American Civil War History Channel
1866 Iowa Legislature Ratifies the 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution Iowa 13th Amendment to the Constitution Slavery Iowa Historical Society
1871 San Francisco's Andrew Smith Hallidie Patents the Cable Car San Francisco Inventors & Inventions Patents & Trademarks Library of Congress
1875 Atlantic Monthly Publishes "The Boy's Ambition" by Mark Twain Mark Twain American Authors National Council of Teachers of English
1882 Lewis Latimer Receives Patent for a Superior Light Bulb Carbon Filaments Lewis Lattimer The Light Bulb Patents and Trademarks African American Scientists & Mathematicians National Park Service
Leroy Firman Receives a Patent for the Telephone Switchboard Telephone Inventors & Inventions Patents and Trademarks USPTO
1893 Americans Overthrow Hawaii's Queen Lilioukalani Hawaii History Channel New York Times
1899 Gaston Chasseloup-Laubat Sets Land Speed Record in France (43.690 mph) France The Automobile University of  Miami
Historic Events that occurred 1900-1949 on this date
1900 100 Female Employees Strike the Monterey Cotton Mill in Janesville, Wisconsin Janesville, Wisconsin Women Labor Strikes Wisconsin Historical Society
1901 In Alaska, a Post Office Is Established in Coppermount, Site of Alaska's Second Copper Smelter Alaska USPS Copper Alaska Historical Society
1903 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Hits the Andreanof Islands, Alaska Alaska Earthquakes USGS
1904 Anton Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard" Premieres at the Moscow Art Theatre Anton Chekhov Plays Historic Firsts Theatre History
1907 During a Prolonged Cold Spell, Residents of Adams, Oregon Hold Up an O.R. & N. Train and Seize a Carload of Coal Adams, Oregon Railroad Temperature Crime SalemOregon.com
1914 U.S. Prohibits Import & Export of Opium Except for Medicinal Purposes Illegal Drugs Legal Drugs and Medicines Laws and Legal Resources U.S. Treasury
1916 Professional Golfers Association Is Formed in New York City New York City Golf PGA New York Times
1919 Polish Composer and Pianist Ignaz Jan Paderewski Becomes Premiere of Poland Polish Political and Social Leaders Composers American Public Media
1920 Paul Deschanel Is Elected President of France French Political and Social Leaders Politics and Elections Indiana University
1929 Comic-strip Character, Popeye the Sailor Man, First Appeared in Print Cartoons and Comics Historic Firsts Texas State Historical Association
1933 1,000 March on Washington's State Capitol Demanding Financial Assistance Washington The Great Depression Economics History Link
C. Douglass Buck of New Castle Is the First Delaware Governor Elected to Consecutive Terms Delaware Political and Social Leaders Elections Historic Firsts State of Delaware
1934 Legislation Makes It Illegal for Private Citizens to Hold Gold Certificates U.S. Congress Currency Law and Legal Resources U.S. Treasury
1945 Soviets Capture Warsaw Poland Soviet Union World War II History Channel
1946 The United Nations Security Council Holds Its First Meeting United Nations Historic Firsts New York Times
1949 The First Volkswagen Beetle Arrives in the United States Automobiles Volkswagen Historic Firsts History Channel
Historic Events that occurred 1950-1999 on this date
1955 U.S.S. Nautilus Is Launched As the World's First Nuclear-Powered Submarine Submarines Nuclear Weapons Historic Firsts U.S. Navy Submarine Museum
1961 President Eisenhower Warns of "Military-Industrial Complex" in Farewell Address to the Nation President Eisenhower The American Presidency History Channel
Belgian Congo Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba Is Executed by Belgian Agents Democratic Republic of the Congo Belgium Death U.S. News
South African Political Prisoner, A.K. Ganyile, Is Cleared of Charges and Returned to Basutoland South Africa Law and Legal Resources South African History
1966 U.S. B-52 Accidentally Drops Three Hydrogen Bombs on Spain's Mediterranean Coast Spain Aviation History Cold War Nuclear Weapons History Channel
Martin Luther King Jr. Opens a Civil Rights Campaign in Chicago Chicago Martin Luther King, Jr. Civil Rights/Human Rights University of Georgia
1972 President Nixon Warns South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu in a Private Letter Nguyen Van Thieu President Nixon Vietnam War History Channel
1976 NASA Launches Solar-Powered Communications Technology Satellite Space Exploration Technology Solar Energy NASA
1977 "Jay" Rockefeller Is Inaugurated in Charleston as West Virginia 29th Governor West Virginia Political and Social Leaders Politics West Virginia Archives
1979 "A Lovely Sunday for Creve Couer" by Tennessee Williams Opens at New York's Hudson Guild Theatre Tennessee Williams Playbill National Council of Teachers of English
1980 NASA Launches FLTSATCOM Communications Satellite for U.S. Air Force Space Exploration Technology NASA
1981 Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Lifts His Order of Martial Law The Republic of the Philippines University of Texas
Snow Is Reported in Fort Lauderdale and Miami Florida Snow Florida Historical Society
1982 The Temperature Falls to -52° F at Tower, Minnesota Tower, Minnesota Temperature Minnesota Historical Society
The Temperature at Dover, Delaware Falls to a Record Low of -12° F Delaware Political and Social Leaders Temperature State of Delaware
1984 Supreme Court Rules Home Videotaping Not a Violation of Copyright U.S. Supreme Court Television Patents, Trademarks & Copyrights Oyez
1991 Operation Desert Storm Begins: Gulf War Allies Fly Bombing Raids into Iraq Iraq Gulf War Aviation BBC
1994 6.7 Magnitude Earthquake Kills at Least 60 in the Los Angeles-Northridge Area Los Angeles Earthquakes Death BBC USGS
1995 6.9 Magnitude Earthquake Kills 5,502 in Kobe, Japan Japan Earthquakes Death BBC USGS
1997 Israel Ends Its 30-year Occupation of the West Bank Israel Palestinian Conflict New York Times
Irish Court Grants First Divorce in the Roman Catholic Country's History Ireland Catholicism Law and Legal Resources Historic Firsts New York Times
1998 President Clinton Is First U.S. President to Testify as Defendant in a Criminal or Civil Suit President Bill Clinton American Presidency Crime Law and Legal Resources Historic Firsts CNN
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2000 British Firms Glaxo Wellcome & SmithKline Beecham Agree to Merge British Business Businesses & Corporations Medical Research GlaxoSmithKiline Marketplace
2007 Pete Sampras Is Selected for the International Tennis Hall of Fame Washington, D.C.  Sports Figures Tennis  Hall of Fame