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Lost and Found – June 4th Edition

What to remember about June 4th…

  • 1783  The Montgolfier brothers complete 1st successful public demonstration of their hot-air balloon
  • 1794  Congress passes Neutrality Act, bans Americans from waging war against any country at peace with the United States
  • 1896  Henry takes his 1st Ford through streets of Detroit
  • 1919  Senate passes 19th Amendment to US Constitution (Women’s Suffrage) and sent to the states; ratified April 18,1920
  • 1939  MS St Louis is refused landing in U.S.; 963 Jewish refugees forced to return to Europe; many will die in death camps
  • 1940  Winston Churchill speech “We shall not flag or fail”
  • 1942  Battle of Midway begins; Japan’s 1st major defeat in WW II; USS Yorktown abandoned – sinks June 7
  • 1944  US 5th Army liberates Rome; U-505 captured by US Navy
  • 1982  “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” released in USA
  • 1989 People’s Liberation Army opens fire on peaceful protestors to end pro-democracy demonstrations in Tiananmen Square; hundreds killed and foreign press banned from China
  • 1998  Terry Nichols is sentenced to life in prison for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building
  • 2010  SpaxeX launched Falcon 9 rocket on maiden flight

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Lost and Found – September 8th Edition

What to remember about September 8th…

  • 1565  St. Augustine, Florida founded; Spaniards arrive with the 1st African slaves in North America
  • 1900  Devastating hurricane destroys Galveston, Texas; more than 6000 people die
  • 1915  German Zeppelin successfully bombs London; 22 killed in the massive fire that develops
  • 1925  British film actor, comedian and singer Peter Sellers is born (d. 24 July 1980) in Southsea, Portsmouth; famous for roles as the “Pink Panther” and “Dr. Strangelove
  • 1943  General Eisenhower announces that Italy has surrendered to the Allies
  • 1966  1st episode of Star Trek airs on national television; stars William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy
  • 1974  President Ford pardons his predecessor, President Nixon
  • 2003  Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) begins suing individuals that share copyrighted music files online
  • 2004  CBS News releases forged documents that claim to show President George Bush’s military record is tainted

Lost and Found – August 19th Edition

What to remember about August 19th…

  • 1812  USS Constitution earns the nickname “Old Ironsides” as British cannon-shot bounce off her hull
  • 1921  Screenwriter and producer Gene Roddenberry is born in El Paso, Texas; creator of Star Trek
  • 1934  Adolf Hitler becomes President of Germany
  • 1940  1st flight of the B-25 Mitchell bomber
  • 1942  Allied forces raid seaport of Dieppe, France gaining intel that will aid the D-Day landings in Normandy
  • 1945  Following the Japanese surrender on August 14, Communist Viet Minh under Ho Chi Minh seize city of Hanoi in Vietnam
  • 1946  42nd President of the United States William Jefferson Blythe III (Bill Clinton) is born in Hope, Arkansas
  • 1960  Captured American U-2 pilot Frances Gary Powers is convicted of espionage by the Soviets
  • 1964  The Beatles begin their first concert tour in America at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California
  • 1991  Crown Heights Riot: Mob of African-Americans murder a Jewish student in New York City after Gavin Cato dies in a car accident
  • 2004  Google, Inc. becomes a publicly traded company

USS Constitution – Old Ironsides

Lost and Found – June 4th Edition

What to remember about June 4th…

  • 1783  The Montgolfier brothers complete 1st successful public demonstration of their hot-air balloon
  • 1794  Congress passes Neutrality Act, bans Americans from waging war against any country at peace with the United States
  • 1896  Henry takes his 1st Ford through streets of Detroit
  • 1919  Senate passes 19th Amendment to US Constitution (Women’s Suffrage) and sent to the states; ratified April 18,1920
  • 1939  MS St Louis is refused landing in U.S.; 963 Jewish refugees forced to return to Europe; many will die in death camps
  • 1940  Winston Churchill speech “We shall not flag or fail”
  • 1942  Battle of Midway begins; Japan’s 1st major defeat in WW II; USS Yorktown abandoned – sinks June 7
  • 1944  US 5th Army liberates Rome; U-505 captured by US Navy
  • 1982  “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” released in USA
  • 1989 People’s Liberation Army opens fire on peaceful protestors to end pro-democracy demonstrations in Tiananmen Square; hundreds killed and foreign press banned from China
  • 1998  Terry Nichols is sentenced to life in prison for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building
  • 2010  SpaxeX launched Falcon 9 rocket on maiden flight

Lost and Found – September 8th Edition

What to remember about September 8th…

  • 1565  St. Augustine, Florida founded; Spaniards arrive with the 1st African slaves in North America
  • 1900  Devastating hurricane destroys Galveston, Texas; more than 6000 people die
  • 1915  German Zeppelin successfully bombs London; 22 killed in the massive fire that develops
  • 1925  British film actor, comedian and singer Peter Sellers is born (d. 24 July 1980) in Southsea, Portsmouth; famous for roles as the “Pink Panther” and “Dr. Strangelove
  • 1943  General Eisenhower announces that Italy has surrendered to the Allies
  • 1966  1st episode of Star Trek airs on national television; stars William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy
  • 1974  President Ford pardons his predecessor, President Nixon
  • 2003  Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) begins suing individuals that share copyrighted music files online
  • 2004  CBS News releases forged documents that claim to show President George Bush’s military record is tainted

Lost and Found – August 19th Edition

What to remember about August 19th…

  • 1812  USS Constitution earns the nickname “Old Ironsides” as British cannon-shot bounce off her hull
  • 1921  Screenwriter and producer Gene Roddenberry is born in El Paso, Texas; creator of Star Trek
  • 1934  Adolf Hitler becomes President of Germany
  • 1940  1st flight of the B-25 Mitchell bomber
  • 1942  Allied forces raid seaport of Dieppe, France gaining intel that will aid the D-Day landings in Normandy
  • 1945  Following the Japanese surrender on August 14, Communist Viet Minh under Ho Chi Minh seize city of Hanoi in Vietnam
  • 1946  42nd President of the United States William Jefferson Blythe III (Bill Clinton) is born in Hope, Arkansas
  • 1960  Captured American U-2 pilot Frances Gary Powers is convicted of espionage by the Soviets
  • 1964  The Beatles begin their first concert tour in America at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California
  • 1991  Crown Heights Riot: Mob of African-Americans murder a Jewish student in New York City after Gavin Cato dies in a car accident
  • 2004  Google, Inc. becomes a publicly traded company

USS Constitution – Old Ironsides

Lost and Found – August 19th Edition

What to remember about August 19th…

  • 1812  USS Constitution earns the nickname “Old Ironsides” as British cannon-shot bounce off her hull
  • 1921  Screenwriter and producer Gene Roddenberry is born in El Paso, Texas; creator of Star Trek
  • 1934  Adolf Hitler becomes President of Germany
  • 1940  1st flight of the B-25 Mitchell bomber
  • 1942  Allied forces raid seaport of Dieppe, France gaining intel that will aid the D-Day landings in Normandy
  • 1945  Following the Japanese surrender on August 14, Communist Viet Minh under Ho Chi Minh seize city of Hanoi in Vietnam
  • 1946  42nd President of the United States William Jefferson Blythe III (Bill Clinton) is born in Hope, Arkansas
  • 1960  Captured American U-2 pilot Frances Gary Powers is convicted of espionage by the Soviets
  • 1964  The Beatles begin their first concert tour in America at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California
  • 1991  Crown Heights Riot: Mob of African-Americans murder a Jewish student in New York City after Gavin Cato dies in a car accident
  • 2004  Google, Inc. becomes a publicly traded company

USS Constitution – Old Ironsides

Lost and Found – August 19th Edition

What to remember about August 19th…

    • 1812  USS Constitution earns the nickname “Old Ironsides” as British cannon-shot bounce off her hull
    • 1921  Screenwriter and producer Gene Roddenberry is born in El Paso, Texas; creator of Star Trek
    • 1934  Adolf Hitler becomes President of Germany
    • 1942  Allied forces raid seaport of Dieppe, France gaining intel that will aid the D-Day landings in Normandy
    • 1946  42nd President of the United States William Jefferson Blythe III (Bill Clinton) is born in Hope, Arkansas
    • 1960  Captured American U-2 pilot Frances Gary Powers is convicted of espionage by the Soviets
    • 1964  The Beatles begin their first concert tour in America at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California
    • 1991  Crown Heights Riot: Mob of African-Americans murder a Jewish student in New York City after Gavin Cato dies in a car accident
    • 2004  Google, Inc. becomes a publicly traded company

USS Constitution - Old Ironsides