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Today in History for 21st October 2014

Historical Events

1774 - First display of the word “Liberty” on a flag, raised by colonists in Taunton, Massachusetts and which was in defiance of British rule in Colonial America.
1958 - 1st women in British House of Lords
1979 - 10th NYC Marathon won by Bill Rodgers in 2:11:42
1987 - Nobel prize for economy awarded to Robert M Solow
1989 - Buck Helm found alive after being buried 4 days, in SF earthquake
1992 - Madonna’s book “Sex” goes on sale

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Famous Birthdays

1885 - Egon Joseph Wellesz, Austria, composer/musicologist
1940 - Don Ritter, (Rep-R-PA, 1979- )
1940 - Manfred Mann, [Michael Lubowitz], South Africa, rocker (Mighty Quinn)
1943 - Ron Elliott, rocker
1944 - Janet Ahlberg, illustrator
1982 - Matt Dallas, American Actor

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Famous Deaths

1422 - Charles VI, King of France (1380-1422), dies at 54
1896 - James Henry Greathead, British engineer (b. 1844)
1955 - Roy Minnett, cricketer (Australian all-rounder prior to WW I), dies
1969 - Jack Kerouac, US writer (Doctor Sax, On the Road), dies at 47
1993 - Scott Heiser, US photographer (Interview), dies at 44
1998 - Francis W. Sargent, 64th Governor of Massachusetts (b. 1915)

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Frank Lloyd Wright

"The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes."

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