(See my post, if you missed it, on this holiday here).
But what else?
You have the "Every Day is a Holiday' websites saying that its also annual:
- Ferris Wheel Day
- Frederick Douglass Day
- Pet Theft Awareness Day
- Library Lovers Day
- Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day
- League of Women Voters Day
- National Organ Donor Day
... As well as the actual record books looking back with the "Today in History" timelines:
In 1859, Oregon became the 33rd state in the United States.
In 1912, Arizona became the 48th state in the United States.
In 1912, The first diesel engine submarine was commissioned in Groton, CT.
In 1920, The League of Women Voters was founded.
In 1929, Al Capone's St. Valentine's Day massacre.
In 1983, A 6-year-old boy became the first person to receive a heart and liver transplants in the same operation.
In 1985, CNN reporter Jeremy Levin was freed. He had been being held in Lebanon by extremists.
In 1989, The first satellite of the Global Positioning System was placed into orbit around Earth.
In 2001, The Kansas Board of Education reversed its 1999 ruling and restored evolution to the state's science curriculum.
In 2003, Dolly the sheep, the first cloned mammal, was euthanized because of incurable lung cancer.
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