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This Month in History -
1 Sherlock Holmes appeared for the first time in print in "A Study in
1 In Montgomery, Rosa Parks is arrested for refusing to give up her her seat
in the front section of a bus. (1955)
2 Barney B. Clark receives the world's first artificial heart transplant.
5 The 21st Amendment repeals Prohibition. (1933)
7 Martin Van Buren becomes the eighth President of the United States, and the
first president to be born in this country.
7 Thomas Edison exhibited the phonograph in 1877
7 Pearl Harbor was bombed in a surprise Japanese attack. It marked the U.S.
entry into WWII.(1941)
8 John Lennon, singer, guitarist, songwriter, and poet for the Beatles, was
assassinated in New York City by Mark David Chapman in 1980.
10 Wyoming, a territory of the U.S., allowed women to vote and hold office
10 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. received the Nobel Peace Prize. (1964)
13 The Clip-on tie is created. (1928)
15 The Bill of Rights are enacted, amending the U.S. Constitution (1791)
15 Sioux Chief Sitting Bull was killed by Indian police.(1890)
15 Gone With the Wind premiered in where else but Atlanta, Georgia. (1939)
15 Infamous band leader Glenn Miller died in a plane crash over the English
16 Boston residents protesting British taxation threw tea overboard on a
British ship . The Boston Tea Party was the beginning of the American fight
16 The famous World War II "Battle of the Bulge" began. (1944)
17 The Wright Brothers made their first airplane flight at Kitty Hawk, N.C.
19 Charles Dickens published "A Christmas Carol". (1843)
21 The Pilgrims landed at Plymouth, Massachusetts. (1620)
19 Charles Dickens publishes A Christmas Carol. (1843)
21 "Snow White" premiered at theaters. (1937)
23 The transistor was invented by U.S. physicists John Bardeen, Walter H.
Brittain, and William Shockley. (1947)
24 Franz Joseph Gruber composed "Silent Night". (1818)
25 Jesus Christ is born in a little town in Bethlehem (0)
25 William the Conqueror is crowned the King of England. (1066)
26 James Mason invents the coffee percolator. (1865)
27 Radio City Music Hall in New York City opens. (1932)
28 William F. Semple patented chewing gum. (1869)
30 Edwin Hubble announces the existence of other galactic systems. (1924) Yes,
the Hubble telescope was later named after him.
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