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Lost and Found – November 21st Edition

What to remember about November 21st…

    • 1729  Josiah Bartlett is born in Amesbury, Massachusetts; signer of Declaration of Independence, delegate to Continental Congress, physician, and 1st governor of New Hampshire
    • 1783  2 Frenchmen make the 1st untethered flight in a hot air balloon; conquest of the skies begins
    • 1789  North Carolina votes to ratify the United States Constitution; admitted as 12th state in the Union
    • 1877  Thomas Edison announces invention of the phonograph
    • 1975  Congressional report charges that U.S. government had instigated assassinations of Fidel Castro and other leaders
    • 1976  In New York City, boxing film Rocky debuts; Sylvester Stallone becomes one of Hollywood’s biggest stars
    • 1985  Navy analyst Johnathan Pollard is arrested for espionage; delivered classified info to Israel on Arab nations
    • 1995  Dayton Peace Agreement is initialed near Dayton, Ohio, ending three years of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Lost and Found – August 23rd Edition

What to remember about August 23rd…

  • 1784  Four counties in North Carolina declare independence as the State of Franklin; becomes Tennessee
  • 1814  First Lady Dolley Madison saves a portrait of George Washington from being looted by British troops
  • 1861  Confederate spy Rose O’Neal Greenhow is arrested by Allan Pinkerton; head of the new Secret Service Agency
  • 1927  Italian-born anarchists Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti are executed for murder in Massachusetts
  • 1979  Soviet ballet star Aleksandr Godunov defects to the U.S. after New York performance of the Bolshoi Ballet
  • 1989  Cincinnati Reds manager Pete Rose receives a lifetime ban for betting on baseball
  • 1996  Osama bin Laden posts message entitled “A declaration of war against the Americans occupying the land of the two holy places.”

Lost and Found – May 20th Edition

What to remember about May 20th…

  • 1506  Italian explorer Christopher Columbus dies of heart attack in Valladolid, Spain (b. 1451)
  • 1778  Patriot and Oneida Indian allies led by Marquis de Lafayette evade entrapment by British troops at Battle of Barren Hill, Pennsylvania
  • 1861  North Carolina becomes the last state to secede from the Union
  • 1873  Levi Strause and Jaco Davis get their patent for blue jeans
  • 1927  American aviator Charles Lindbergh takes off from Long Island, New York on the world’s first solo, nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean
  • 1932  Amelia Earhart begins the world’s first successful solo, nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean by a woman
  • 1940  German forces reach the English Channel near Abbeville, France
  • 1940  1st prisoners arrive at Death Camp at Auschwitz n Poland
  • 1969  U.S. and South Vietnamese troops win Battle for Hill 937 “Hamburger Hill” after 10 days and 10 assaults
  • 1989  Chinese authorities declare martial law as pro-democracy demonstrations gather momentum

Lost and Found – November 21st Edition

What to remember about November 21st…

  • 1729  Josiah Bartlett is born in Amesbury, Massachusetts; signer of Declaration of Independence, delegate to Continental Congress, physician, and 1st governor of New Hampshire
  • 1783  2 Frenchmen make the 1st untethered flight in a hot air balloon; conquest of the skies begins
  • 1789  North Carolina votes to ratify the United States Constitution; admitted as 12th state in the Union
  • 1877  Thomas Edison announces invention of the phonograph
  • 1975  Congressional report charges that U.S. government had instigated assassinations of Fidel Castro and other leaders
  • 1976  In New York City, boxing film Rocky debuts; Sylvester Stallone becomes one of Hollywood’s biggest stars
  • 1985  Navy analyst Johnathan Pollard is arrested for espionage; delivered classified info to Israel on Arab nations
  • 1995  Dayton Peace Agreement is initialed near Dayton, Ohio, ending three years of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Lost and Found – August 23rd Edition

What to remember about August 23rd…

  • 1784  Four counties in North Carolina declare independence as the State of Franklin; becomes Tennessee
  • 1814  First Lady Dolley Madison saves a portrait of George Washington from being looted by British troops
  • 1861  Confederate spy Rose O’Neal Greenhow is arrested by Allan Pinkerton; head of the new Secret Service Agency
  • 1927  Italian-born anarchists Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti are executed for murder in Massachusetts
  • 1979  Soviet ballet star Aleksandr Godunov defects to the U.S. after New York performance of the Bolshoi Ballet
  • 1989  Cincinnati Reds manager Pete Rose receives a lifetime ban for betting on baseball
  • 1996  Osama bin Laden posts message entitled “A declaration of war against the Americans occupying the land of the two holy places.”

Lost and Found – May 20th Edition

What to remember about May 20th…

  • 1506  Italian explorer Christopher Columbus dies of heart attack in Valladolid, Spain (b. 1451)
  • 1778  Patriot and Oneida Indian allies led by Marquis de Lafayette evade entrapment by British troops at Battle of Barren Hill, Pennsylvania
  • 1861  North Carolina becomes the last state to secede from the Union
  • 1873  Levi Strause and Jaco Davis get their patent for blue jeans
  • 1927  American aviator Charles Lindbergh takes off from Long Island, New York on the world’s first solo, nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean
  • 1932  Amelia Earhart begins the world’s first successful solo, nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean by a woman
  • 1940  German forces reach the English Channel near Abbeville, France
  • 1940  1st prisoners arrive at Death Camp at Auschwitz n Poland
  • 1969  U.S. and South Vietnamese troops win Battle for Hill 937 “Hamburger Hill” after 10 days and 10 assaults
  • 1989  Chinese authorities declare martial law as pro-democracy demonstrations gather momentum

Lost and Found – November 21st Edition

What to remember about November 21st…

  • 1729  Josiah Bartlett is born in Amesbury, Massachusetts; signer of Declaration of Independence, delegate to Continental Congress, physician, and 1st governor of New Hampshire
  • 1783  2 Frenchmen make the 1st untethered flight in a hot air balloon; conquest of the skies begins
  • 1789  North Carolina votes to ratify the United States Constitution; admitted as 12th state in the Union
  • 1877  Thomas Edison announces invention of the phonograph
  • 1975  Congressional report charges that U.S. government had instigated assassinations of Fidel Castro and other leaders
  • 1976  In New York City, boxing film Rocky debuts; Sylvester Stallone becomes one of Hollywood’s biggest stars
  • 1985  Navy analyst Johnathan Pollard is arrested for espionage; delivered classified info to Israel on Arab nations
  • 1995  Dayton Peace Agreement is initialed near Dayton, Ohio, ending three years of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Lost and Found – November 21st Edition

What to remember about November 21st…

    • 1729  Josiah Bartlett is born in Amesbury, Massachusetts; signer of Declaration of Independence, delegate to Continental Congress, physician, and 1st governor of New Hampshire
    • 1783  2 Frenchmen make the 1st untethered flight in a hot air balloon; conquest of the skies begins
    • 1789  North Carolina votes to ratify the United States Constitution; admitted as 12th state in the Union
    • 1877  Thomas Edison announces invention of the phonograph
    • 1975  Congressional report charges that U.S. government had instigated assassinations of Fidel Castro and other leaders
    • 1976  In New York City, boxing film Rocky debuts; Sylvester Stallone becomes one of Hollywood’s biggest stars
    • 1985  Navy analyst Johnathan Pollard is arrested for espionage; delivered classified info to Israel on Arab nations
    • 1995  Dayton Peace Agreement is initialed near Dayton, Ohio, ending three years of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina