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1801 Gail Borden (New York-born Inventor, Publisher, Surveyor and Founder of the Borden Foods Company New York Scientists & Inventors Inventors & Inventions Eagle Brands Texas State Historical Association
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1799 Napoleon Seizes Power Ousting France's Directory in a Coup d'état France Napoleon BBC
1842 First U.S. Patent for Design Issued for a Typeface and Borders Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights Art and Design Historic Firsts USPTO
1872 Fire Destroys Much of the Boston Business District: 13 People Die Boston Fire Death Harpers Weekly Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
1891 George A. Hormel Launches His Packinghouse in Austin, Minnesota, Operating Out of an Old Creamery Austin, Minnesota Farming and Agrciulture Business Hormel Minnesota Historical Society
1935 8 Industrial Union Leaders Announce the Formation of the CIO Labor Unions Labor Unions Utility Works Union of America NY Times
1946 World War II Wage and Salary Controls Are Ended World War II Economics Labor US Treasury
1967 First Issue of Rolling Stone Is Published Journalism Rolling Stone

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