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American Business Women's Day
(Commemorates the founding of the American Business Women's Association: 09/22/1949)
Women Presidential Proclamation Bryan/College Station Charter Chapter American Business Women's Association
1857 William Qwinn Mather (Ohio-born First President of Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company) Ohio Business Leaders Iron Harvard Business School Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company State of Michigan
Deaths
Persons of Historic Significance Who Have Died on This Date
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1788 The Sauk and Fox Indians Grant Julien Dubuque, a French Trapper from Quebec, Permission to Mine for Lead in Present-Day Wisconsin French Explorers and Pioneers Wisconsin Dubuque, Iowa Native American Heritage Lead Wisconsin Historical Society
1911 A Gang of Counterfeiters are Sentenced to Prison in Huntington, West Virginia Huntington, West Virginia Currency Prison Law and Legal Resources WEst Virginia State Archive
1931 Texas Law Attempts to Support Cotton Prices by Limiting Planting Acreage Texas Farming & Agriculture Law & Legal Resources Great Depression Texas State Historical Association
1949 Kansas City Business Leaders Form American Business Women's Association Missouri Women Presidential Proclamation American Business Women's Association
1980 Delegates of 36 Polish Trade Unions Meet in Gdansk and Form Solidarity Poland Labor Britannica
1985 80,000 Attend First Farm Aid Concert at Memorial Stadium, University of Illinois Illinois Farming and Agriculture Community Service Farm Aid
1995 Time Warner Agrees to Buy Turner Broadcasting for $7.5 Billion Ted Turner Business & Economics Film Television History Channel

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