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This Month in History - April

1 Oliver Pollack invents the dollar sign $ (1778)
1 Ohio entered the Union (1803) (17th)
1 Nebraska entered the Union 1867 (37th)
1 Dexter Mason Ferry and partners found Gardener, Ferry & Church Seed Company, now called Ferrry-Morse, the oldest seed company in America (1856)
1 Daytime soap opera General Hospital first airs on ABC (1963)
2 Sam Houston, first president of the Republic of Texas, was born near Lexington, Va., (1793)
2 Congress passes the Coinage Act and the U.S. Mint is born. (1792)
2 Texas declared independence from Mexico (1836)
2 William Magear "Boss" Tweed, a corrupt NYC politician, U.S. Senator, NY State Senator (1823)
3 Florida entered the Union (1845) (27th)
3 The Pony Express begins delivering the mail. (1860)
4 Vermont entered the Union, (1791) (14th)
4 Susanna Medora Salter is the first woman to be elected mayor in the nation in Argonia, Kansas. (1887)
4 Martin Luther King Jr. is assassinated. (1968)
4 The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is signed. (1949)
5 The Boston Massacre took place, (1770)
5 General Douglas MacArthur died in Washington, D.C. at the age of 84. (1964)
6 The Battle of the Alamo ended after 13-day siege, (1836)
6 Explorers Matthew A. Henson and Robert E. Perry are the first to reach the North Pole. (1909)
6 The first modern Olympic games opens in Athens, Greece (1896)
6 Twinkies hit the market. The first twinkies were banana-filled.(1930)
7 The musical South Pacific, by Rodgers and Hammerstein, opens on Broadway. (1949)
7 The Beatles U.S. Album Past Masters, Volumes I & 2, released, (1988)
7 The World Health Organization (WHO) is founded. (1948)
7 Alexander Graham Bell received a patent for his telephone, (1876)
8 Hank Aaron of the Atlanta Braves hits his 715th home run to surpass Babe Ruth's 714 home run record. (1974)
9 Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrenders to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse, ending the Civil War. (1865)
9 French explorer LaSalle reaches the Mississippi river (1691)
9 The U.S. Senate passes a law making Winston Churchill the first honorary U.S. citizen. (1963)
10 The "unsinkable" RMS Titanic departs on it's maiden voyage from Southampton, England. (1912)
10 Alexander Graham Bell's first telephone call, (1876)
10 The first professional golf tournament was held. (1916)
10 The first issue of U.S. government paper money occurred as $5, $10 and $20 bills began circulation. (1862)
10 Do you love animals? The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was established on this date in (1866)
11 The U.S. Submarine Force was officially established. (1900)
12 By an Act of Congress, Puerto Rico becomes a U.S, territory. (1900)
12 The Girl Scouts of America were founded, (1912)
12 Mount Washington Observatory records the highest surface wind ever measured, anywhere on earth--- 231 miles per hour (1934)
12 The Great Blizzard of '88 struck the northeastern U.S. The storm lasted 36 hours with snowfall totaling over 40 inches in New York City where over 400 persons died from the surprise storm. (1888)
12 Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin becomes the first person in space. (1961).
14 President Abraham Lincoln is shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C. He died the next day. (1865)
13 Pennsylvania Railroad received its charter (1847)
13 Fort Sumter surrendered (1861)
15 The Titanic hits an iceberg in the Northern Atlantic ocean as sinks. (1912)
15 Maine entered the Union, 1820 (23rd)
16 Congress abolished slavery in the District of Columbia and appropriated $1 million to compensate owners of freed slaves (1862)
17 Ford Motor Company unveiled its Mustang automobile (1964)
17 Apollo 13 astronauts splashed down safely (1970)
18 Paul Revere makes his famous ride from Charlestown to Lexington, Ma., shouting "the Red Coats are coming" as the American Revolutionary War begins. (1775)
18 The Great San Fransisco earthquake hits, killing 700 people. (1906)
19 The Revolutionary War begins. (1775)
19 After a 51 day siege in Waco, Texas, the Branch Dividian compound goes up in flames, killing the cult members (1993)
19 Timothy McVeigh bombs the Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people,and injuring hundreds more. (1995)
20 Two teenage boys go on a shooting rampage in Columbine High school in Littleton, Colorado. One teacher and 12 students are killed. (1999)
21 The first train crossed the Mississippi River (1855)
22 The Oklahoma Land Rush began at noon as thousands of homesteaders staked claims (1889)
23 William Shakespeare was born in 1564. He died on the same day, 52 years later (1616)
24 Spain declared war on the United States (1898)
25 Delegates from 45 countries meet in San Fransisco to organize the United Nations. (1945)
26 The world's worst nuclear accident occurred at the Chernobyl plant in the Soviet Union (1986)
27 Senior citizens take note, the first Social Security checks were distributed on this day in 1937.
28 Maryland entered the Union (7th) (1788)
29 Gideon Sundback of Hoboken, N.J. patents the zipper. (1913)
30 The Vietnam War ends with the fall of Saigon (later renamed Ho Chi Minh City) (1975)


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