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On This Day September 18th

On This Day in history:

1180- Philip Augustus becomes King of France

1502- Christopher Columbus lands at Costa Rica on his last voyage.

1809- The Royal Opera House opens in London.

1850- The US Congress passes the Fugitive Slave Act.

1851- "The New York Times" publishes its first issue.

1919- The Netherlands gives women the right to vote.

1947- The US Air Force is established as a separate military branch by the NSA.

1949- Major League Baseball records four grand slam hits.

1955- The 2,000,000th V8 Ford engine is produced.

1965- "I Dream of Jeannie" premiers on NBC.

1970- Jimi Hendrix dies at age 27 in London, England.

1976- "More That A Feeling" is released by Boston.

1981- France abolishes capitol punishment.

1985- Steve Jobs resigns from Apple Computer

1990- A Hershey's Kiss is displayed on Times Square that weighs 500lbs.

2004- Britney Spears and Kevin Federline are married.  Legal documents will not be filed until October.


 

 
 

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