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Taken on February 10, 1944, this is one of a collection of photographs of salvage operations at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard taken by the shipyard during the period following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Born on January 30, 1882, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States.
Posted by Darren Cole on January 30, 2011, under Documents, January.
The Compromise was actually a series of bills passed mainly to address issues related to slavery. The bills provided for slavery to be decided by popular sovereignty in the admission of new states, prohibited the slave trade in the District of Columbia, settled a Texas boundary dispute, and established a stricter fugitive slave act. This [...]
This is a page from the Alcatraz Warden’s notebook on Robert Stroud, 594-AZ, aka “the Birdman of Alcatraz,” born on January 28, 1890.
Posted by Darren Cole on January 28, 2011, under Documents, January.
On January 27, 1880, Thomas Edison received the historic patent embodying the principles of his incandescent lamp that paved the way for the universal domestic use of electric light.
For his heroic actions in combat against Nazi forces on January 26, 1945, Second Lieutenant Audie L. Murphy of the United States Army was awarded the Medal of Honor.
Posted by Darren Cole on January 26, 2011, under Documents, January.
Dated January 25, 1870, these are the credentials for Senator Hiram Rhodes Revels of Mississippi, the first African American to serve in the Senate.
Posted by Darren Cole on January 25, 2011, under Documents, January.
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