On This Day September 19th
On This Day in history:
1796- George Washington gives his farewell address as President.
1928- Mickey Mouse makes his screen debut in "Steamboat Willie" at Colony Theater in NYC.
1947- Jacki Robinson is named baseball's Rookie of the Year.
1952- Charlie Chaplin is banned from the United States after a trip to England.
1957- The first underground nuclear explosion happens in Las Vegas, Nevada.
1970- "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" premiers on CBS.
1964- Trisha Yearwood, American country singer
1980- Tegan and Sara, Canadian singer/songwriter twins