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This Month in History - February

1 In Greensboro, North Carolina, four African American students sat down and ordered coffee at a lunch counter inside a Woolworth's store. They were refused service, but did not leave. Instead, they waited all day. The scene was repeated over the next few days, with protests spreading to other southern states, resulting in the eventual arrest of over 1,600 persons for participating in sit-ins, (1960)
1 Sixteen minutes before it was scheduled to land, the Space Shuttle Columbia broke apart in flight over west Texas, killing all seven crew members. The accident may have resulted from damage caused during liftoff when a piece of insulating foam from the external fuel tank broke off, piercing a hole in the shuttle's left wing that allowed hot gases to penetrate the wing upon re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere. This was the second space shuttle lost in flight. In January 1986, Challenger exploded during liftoff. (1986)
2 New Amsterdam, now New York City, was incorporated (1653)
2 National League of Professional Baseball Clubs was formed in New York (1876)
2 Patent for the "Bottle Cap" received, (1892)
2 Frank James of "James Gang" died (1915)
3 President Woodrow Wilson died, (1924)
3 Rock singers Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper died in a plane crash. (1959)
3 Belle Starr, outlaw, died at age 41, (1889)
4 Apache Chief Cochise was arrested in Arizona by the U.S. Army for raiding a ranch. Cochise then escaped and declared war, beginning the period known as the Apache Wars, which lasted 25 years (1861)
5 The first double-feature theatrical performance held (1819)
5 General Joseph Hooker organized the Army of the Potomac (1863)
6 The board game Monopoly first went on sale.(1935)
6 Astronaut Alan Shepard hits three golf balls on the moon. (1971)
6 The Beatles US album Hey Jude was released. (1970)
7. The Beatles come to the U.S. for the fist time. (1964)
8 The Boy Scouts were founded. (1910)
9 The Beatles appear on the Ed Sullivan show. (1964)
9 Iwo Jima invaded by United States troops during WWII (1945)
9 An act of Congress is passed authorizing the US Weather Bureau
10 Glenn Miller receives the first ever gold record for selling a million copies of a song. And the song....."The Chattanooga Choo Choo"
10 France cedes Canada to England, ending the French and Indian War. (1763)
11 Robert Fulton patents the steamboat. (1809)
11 The Yalta agreement is signed by Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin. (1945)
12 President Abraham Lincoln was born. (1809)
12 The impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton in the U.S. Senate ended. With the whole world watching via television, Senators stood up one by one during the final roll call to vote "guilty" or "not guilty." On Article 1 (charging Clinton with perjury) 55 senators, including 10 Republicans and all 45 Democrats voted not guilty. On Article 2 (charging Clinton with obstruction of justice) the Senate split evenly, 50 for and 50 against the President. With the necessary two-thirds majority not having been achieved, President Clinton was thus acquitted on both charges and served out the remainder of his term of office lasting through January 20, 2001. (1999)
12 Women in the Utah Territory win the right to vote. (1870)
14 The Saint Valentine's Day Massacre occurred. Mobsters, dressed as policemen, gunned down seven members of a rival gang. (1929)
14 Oregon entered Union,33rd (1859)
14 Arizona entered Union,48th (1912)
15 The Post Office uses adhesive postage stamps for the first time. (1842)
16 Nylon is patented. But it won't become popular for a few more decades. (1937)
16 The nation's first 911 system went into effect, (1968)
16 NBC TV begins it's first nightly newscast. (1948)
17 The first ship passed through Suez Canal (1867)
18 Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is published.(1885)
18 A ninth planet is discovered in the solar system and is named Pluto. The discover is Clyde Tombaugh. (1930)
19 A prize is inserted into a Crackerjacks box for the first time (1913)
20 John Glenn become the first U.S. astronaut to orbit the earth.(1962)
21 Richard Nixon becomes the first U.S. President to visit China. (1972)
22 Frank Woolworth opens the first "Five Cent Store in Utica, N.Y. (1879)
23 Walter Wingfield of Pimlico, England, patented the game of lawn tennis. (1874)
23 The Tootsie Roll rolls into stores in America. (1896)
23 U.S. marines raise the America flag in Iwo Jima (1945)
24 Supreme Court overturned United States law for first time (1803)
24 President Andrew Johnson was impeached by United States House of Representatives; and was later acquitted by the Senate (1868)
24 The Voice of America first went on the airwaves (1942)
24 United States soldiers liberated Manila from Japan (1945)
25 Samuel Colt patents the revolver.
26 A bomb explodes at the World Trade Center killing 6 people (1993)
28 The Salem Witch Hunts begin. (1692)
28 The final episode of M.A.S.H. is aired. (1983)
28 The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, the first United States Railroad chartered to carry passengers and freight was incorporated (1827)
28 Republican Party formed in Ripon, Wisconsin (1854)
28 The Territory of Colorado was organized (1861)
29 Yellowstone becomes the first National Park (1872)
29 The Panama Canal Commission was founded (1904)
29 Filibuster against Civil Rights began (1960)
29 The Grammy Awards were first held (1968)

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