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This Day in History - December 10

December 10 1778 – John Jay is elected president of the Continental Congress 1815 – English mathematician, Ada Lovelace is born 1817 – Mississippi becomes the 20th state 1830 – America


This Day in History - December 9

December 9 536 – Byzantine General Belisarius captures Rome 1212 – Frederick II is crowned King of Germany 1437 – Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor, dies 1608 – British writer and poet Joh


This Day in History - December 8

December 8 65 BC – Roman poet and satirist who authored the three books known as Odes, Quintus “Horace” Horatius Flaccus, is born 1542 – Mary, Queen of Scotland, is born 1626 – Chri


This Day in History - December 7

December 7 43 BC – Cicero is assassinated on the orders of Marcus Antonius in Rome 983 – Otto III takes the throne after his father’s death in Italy 1787 – Delaware becomes the first stat


SLAVERY – THEN AND NOW – PART FOUR

In Part One we looked at the beginnings of slavery in the western hemisphere. Part Two covered the era up to the Civil War, and Part Three looked at the post-war era and reconstruction. &nbs


This Day in History - December 6

December 6 1240 – Batu Khan’s Mongols occupy and destroy Kiev 1421 – The youngest person to accede to the throne, Henry VI of England, is born 1492 – Christopher Columbus lands on the isl


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