Lost and Found – November 6th Edition

What to remember about November 6th…

    • 1789  John Carroll is appointed the 1st Catholic Bishop in America; founder of Georgetown University
    • 1854  American composed and conductor John Phillip Souza is born in Washington, D.C. (d. 1932)
    • 1861  Jefferson Davis elected President of the Confederacy
    • 1944  Plutonium is 1st produced at Hanford Atomic Facility; it will be used in the bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan
    • 1965  U.S. begins Freedom Flights program that brings 250,000 refugees from communist Cuba
    • 1986  John A. Walker, Jr. is convicted of running spy ring for the Soviets; sentenced to life in prison
    • 1985  Press accounts reveal that President Reagan authorized arms sales to Iran; Iran-Contra Affair expands
    • 2003  President Bush signs Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act
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