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NFL Throwback 14h
The biggest rushing output of a legendary career. 24 years ago today, ran for a career-high 237 yards to help the to a 14-9 win over the Buccaneers. (Nov. 13, 1994)
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NFL Throwback Oct 23
"And with a whole quarter to go, this game is over..." Not so fast. 18 years ago today, the reminded everyone why you never leave a game early. You might just miss a miracle. (Oct. 23, 2000)
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NFL Throwback Oct 24
Four INTs in a game? That ties an NFL record. Four INTs in a single half of a tight matchup? That's next level. Eight years ago today, made it look like he was part of the Bears' offense. (Oct. 24, 2010)
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World War II History Jun 6
soldiers on their way to the Normandy beaches on D-Day on June 6, 1944.
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RFK50 Jun 8
The Robert F. Kennedy Family has left Arlington National Cemetery for Hickory Hill.
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365History 12m
This Day in History 14 Nov 1881 Charles J. Guiteau's trial began for the assassination of U.S. President Garfield. Guiteau was convicted and hanged the following year.
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Zinn Ed Project Nov 3
1874, Robert Smalls elected to Congress from SC. Born into slavery in 1839, Smalls freed himself and family when he took a Confederate warship & sailed it past enemy ships and fortifications to reach U.S. Navy.
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Claudia Dillaire Nov 12
This Day in History: (1985) Nevado del Ruiz, the highest active volcano in the Andes Mountains of Colombia, suffers a mild eruption, generating a series of lava flows and surges over the ice-covered summit
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Views From the #Two6 Nov 11
@Regran_ed from - On Nov. 10, 1898, a massacre by white supremacists in Wilmington, NC left 30 to 100 African Americans dead and the…
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The Daily History 4h
1633 During the Thirty Years' War Swedish troops under Bernard of Saxe-Weimar conquer the Free Imperial City of Regensburg
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Zinn Ed Project Nov 2
1920 Despite threats, African Americans courageously went to vote in Ocoee, Florida. In a massacre by white supremacists, at least 50 African Americans were murdered. Read/share text below.
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NFL Throwback Oct 27
“When I see No. 22, I think of heart.” 16 years ago today, broke the all-time rushing record. And what a moment it was. (Oct. 27, 2002)
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Ursula Wolfe-Rocca Aug 30
Fred Hampton, brilliant Black activist, born 70 years ago. Murdered by police & FBI. My lesson on COINTELPRO includes downloadable FBI documents, including the FBI’s sketch of Hampton’s apartment floor plan used in the execution.
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Porkchop Branch 2h
-November 14, 1977-Crystal Gayle receives her first gold sales certifications--a gold single for "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" and a gold album for "We Must Believe In Magic". The album also has the distinction of being the first...
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Emancipation Feb 10
in 1780 Paul Cuffee and other free Blacks in petitioned the government to either stop taxing Black people and indigenous people or allow them the right to vote. s/o to for uplifting this important history.
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PM Press Aug 2
Novelist, essayist, playwright, poet, and social critic James Baldwin was born on Aug. 2, 1924, in Harlem, NY. Photo: Howard Zinn, James Baldwin, and a journalist on Freedom Day in Selma, Alabama, October, 1963. via This Day in History
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Shepard Smith Oct 18
THIS DAY IN HISTORY: In 1867, the U.S. took control of after purchasing it from Russia
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David Kittell Nov 9
2005: The Venus Express mission of the European Space Agency is launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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David Kittell Nov 9
1985: Garry Kasparov, 22, of the Soviet Union becomes the youngest World Chess Champion by beating fellow Soviet Anatoly Karpov.
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Zinn Ed Project Nov 13
1969 Day after news of My Lai Massacre, Southwest Texas State University students peacefully protested as part of national anti-Vietnam War Moratorium. The University (LBJ's alma mater) suspended 10 students for exercising their freedom of speech.
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