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1872 – He was born on the 21st of August this year in Elmira, New York. His father was involved in the oil industry, and when White was two years old, his family moved to Titusville, Pennsylvania, where a great deal of oil drilling was currently taking place.   1895 – He attended public schools ..

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1790 – Born on Norfolk Island on the 26th October. 1796 – Wentworth arrived in Sydney, then a squalid prison settlement, with his parents and they lived at Parramatta, where his father became a prosperous landowner. 1803 – Sent to England, where he was educated at a school in London. 1810 – Returned to Sydney ..

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1977 – West Jason was born. 1995 – Jason was reared in Latham, New York, and is a member of the Shaker High School class.          – He attended SUNY New Paltz, where he completed coursework for a BA in History and a BS in Visual Arts. 2003 – Elected Mayor of New Paltz ..

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1924 – Born in Tel Aviv, Palestine on the 15th of June. 1942 – He received his training in the British Army in which he enlisted in order to fight the Nazis. 1944 – He served with the RAF in India.          – He was a member of the Irgun, also known as Etzel ..

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1812 – Born on February 22nd in in Hamilton County, Ohio. A Representative from Ohio and a Senator from California. 1833 – He was the prosecuting attorney of Butler County. 1839 – He was elected as a Democrat from Ohio to the Twenty-sixth, Twenty-seventh, and Twenty-eighth Congresses. 1846 – He served in the Mexican War. ..

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1782 – Daniel Webster was born in Salisbury (now Franklin), New Hampshire, on the 18th of January. An American statesman, lawyer, and orator, was his era’s foremost advocate of American nationalism. 1801 – He graduated from Dartmouth College. 1807 – After a legal apprenticeship, Webster opened a legal practice in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 1808 – ..

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1726 – Born on September 28th and raised in Plymouth, Massachusetts. President of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts. 1745 – James Warren graduated from Harvard. 1754 – He married Mercy Otis Warren, the sister of Patriot leader James Otis. 1757 – He succeeded his father as Plymouth County sheriff. 1765 – Warren became involved in ..

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1891 – Born on March 19th in Los Angeles, California. American jurist, the 14th chief justice of the United States, who presided over the Supreme Court during a period of sweeping changes in U.S. constitutional law, especially in the areas of race relations, criminal procedure, and legislative apportionment.   1914 – He was admitted to ..

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1922 – Harold Lee Washington was born 15th of April.   Graduated from DuSable High School, Washington.   1949 – Graduated at Roosevelt College (now Roosevelt University), with a B.A. degree.   1965 – Elected as a Democratic representative to the Illinois state legislature,   1976 – Served as State Senator.   1980 – Elected ..

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US general and politician   led Virginia militia in French and Indian War 1754, 1755-1758   member of House of Burgesses 1759-1774   Virginia delegate to Continental Congress 1774-1775   commander-in-chief of Continental army during American Revolution 1775-1783   forced British troops to evacuate Boston 1776   after crossing Delaware River 1776, defeated Hessians under ..

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