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Daily Run Down: 05/26/2013: Historical Edition

Here is today’s Historical Daily Run Down.

  • In 17, Germanicus returns to Rome as a hero.
  • In 604, Benedictine Monk, Augustine of Canterbury, dies.
  • In 946, King Edmund I of England is killed by a their while celebrating St. Augustine’s Mass day.
  • In 1293, An earthquake strikes Kamakuru, Kanagawa Japan, killing 30,000.
  • In 1478, Pope Clement VII is born.
  • In 1647, Alse Young is hanged and is the first person to be executed as a witch in the British American Colonies.
  • In 1783, A Great Jubilee Day is held to celebrate the end of fighting in the American Revolution.
  • In 1830, The Indian Removal Act is passed by the U.S. Congress.
  • In 1883, Irish Astronomer Edward Sabine dies.
  • In 1886, American comedian Al Jolson is born.
  • In 1896, Nicholas II becomes Tsar of Russia.
  • In 1896, Charles Dow publishes the first edition of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
  • In 1906, The Vauxhall Bridge is opened in London.
  • In 1907, American actor John Wayne is born.
  • In 1943, Charles Horace Mayo, co-founder of the Mayo Clinic, dies.
  • In 1943, American businessman Edsel Ford dies.
  • In 1962, American actor Bobcat Goldthwait was born.
  • In 1972, The United States and the Soviet Union sign the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.
  • In 1998, The United States Supreme Court rules that Ellis Island is mainly in the state of New Jersey.
 

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There are 19 stories this week.

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Daily Run Down 05/08/2013: Evening Edition

Here is this evening’s Daily Run Down.

Recalls

General News

International

Politics

Obits

Health

Science/Space

Financial

Historical

Gaming

Law

Technology

Internet

Social Networking

Mobile

Software/Apps

London/Britain/UK

Personal

Odd

Funny

Chicagoland

Total Number of stories: 100

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Daily Run Down: 12/09/2012: Historical Edition

  • In 1425, The Catholic University of Leuven is founded.
  • In 1565, Pope Pius IV dies.
  • In 1571, Dutch Mathematician and astronomer Metius is born.
  • In 1608, English Poet John Milton is born.
  • In 1674, English Statesman Edward Hyde dies.
  • In 1748, French chemist Claude Louis Berthollet is born.
  • In 1787, English Architect John Dobson is born.
  • In 1793, New York City’s first daily newspaper, The American Minerva, is established.
  • In 1835, The Texian Army captures San Antonio.
  • In 1851, The YMCA is established in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  • In 1875, THe Massachusetts Rifle Association is established.
  • In 1905, France Passes its secularity law.
  • In 1906, American computer scientist Grace Hopper is born.
  • In 1911, 84 Miners are killed near Briceville, Tennessee.
  • In 1916, American Actor Kirk Douglas was born.
  • In 1919, William Lipscomb, American Chemist, was born.
  • In 1922, Gabriel Narutowicz is announced first President of Poland.
  • In 1922, American comedian Redd Foxx is born.
  • In 1934, English Actress Dame Judy Dench was born.
  • In 1953, General Electric announces that all Communist employees will be dismissed.
  • In 1962, The Petrified Forest National Park is established in Arizona.
  • In 1966, Barbados joins the United Nations.
  • In 1971, United Arab of Emirates joins the United Nations.
  • In 1995, American aviator Douglas Corrigan dies.
  • In 2000, The US Supreme Court stays the Florida Recount.
  • In 2008, Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich (Blago / Gov. Rod), is arrested.

Look for more current news later today and another Historical Daily Run Down next week.

There are 26 stories this week.

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Daily Run Down: 11/18/2012: Historical Edition

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Here is today’s Historical Daily Run Down.

  • In 326, The old St. Peter’s Basillica is consecrated.
  • In 401, The Visigoths cross the Alps into Northern Italy.
  • In 1307, William Tell shoots an apple off of his son’s head.
  • In 1493, Christopher Columbus first sights.
  • In 1626, St. Peter’s Basillica is consecrated.
  • In 1730, Frederick II is pardoned and released from his confinement.
  • In 1756, English Author Thomas Burgess is born.
  • In 1787, French Inventor and photographer Louis-Jacques Daguerre is born.
  • In 1839, German physicist August Kundt is born.
  • In 1865, Mark Twain’s story The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County is published in the New York Saturday Press.
  • In 1916, The First Battle of the Somme calls off the Battle.
  • In 1922, French novelist Marcel Proust dies.
  • In 1923, American astronaut Alan Shepard is born.
  • In 1938, John L. Lewis is elected the first president of the Congress of Industrial Organizations.
  • In 1961, President John F. Kennedy orders 18,000 military advisors into South Vietnam.
  • In 1962, Danish Physicist Niels Bohr dies.
  • In 1963, The first Push-button telephone goes into service.
  • In 1969, American businessman Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. dies.
  • In 1978, Jim Jones leads his people in a mass murder-suicide in Jonestown.
  • In 1987, 31 People die in a fire at King’s Cross Station in London.
  • In 2010, British Astronomer Brian G. Madsen dies.

Look for more current news later this evening and another Historical Daily Run Down next week.

There are 21 stories this week.