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1864 Max Weber (German Sociologist and Economist) German Scientists & Mathematicians Economists
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1891 James K. Hilyard (Minnesota African-American Entrepreneur, Publisher) Minnesota Authors Journalism African-American Authors
1946 John Maynard Keynes (British Economist) John Maynard Keynes Economics
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1862 Congress Authorizes the Denver Mint Facility Denver, Colorado U.S. Congress Currency U.S. Treasury
1890 District 17 of the United Mine Workers of America Is Formed in Charleston, West Virginia Charleston, West Virginia Labor United Mine Workers of America West Virginia Archives
1955 British Newspapers Begin Publishing Again Following Labor Strike British Business Journalism Labor Strike BBC
1967 General Motors Manufactures Its 100 Millionth Vehicle At Its Factory in Janesville. Wisconsin Janesville. Wisconsin Automotives General Motors Wisconsin Historical Society
1997 The Red River Rises to 26.2' Above Flood Stage, Causing $1B+ Damage and Displacing 47,000 of the 50,000 Residents of Grand Forks, North Dakota and East Grand Forks, Minnesota Grand Forks, North Dakota East Grand Forks, Minnesota Rivers Flooding Economics Minnesota Historical Society

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