Lost and Found – October 16th Edition

What to remember about October 16th…

    • 1773  Public sentiment against the Tea Act is voiced when Philadelphia Resolutions are published; leads to tea party
    • 1781  Cornwallis attempts to evacuate his troops from Yorktown but bad weather ends his hope of escape
    • 1859  Abolitionist John Brown leads a raid against a federal armory in an attempt to spark a slave revolt
    • 1916  Eugenicist and Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger opens the 1st family planning clinic in America
    • 1946  10 convicted Nazi war criminals are hanged after the main trials conclude at Nuremberg
    • 1964  China detonates an atomic bomb; becomes the worlds 5th nuclear power
    • 1995  Million Man March is held in Washington, D.C.
    • 2004  Department of Veterans Affairs committee concludes “a substantial proportion of Gulf War veterans are ill with multi-symptom conditions”
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