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This Day in History: July 14


History: What Happened Today?

  1. In 1853, the first World's Fair opens in New York.
  2. In 1867, Alfred Nobel demonstrated dynamite.
  3. In 1868, the tape measure is patented by Alvin J. Fellows.
  4. In 1946, Dr. Benjamin Spock, M.D. first published his "Common Sense Book of Baby & Child Care"
  5. In 1975, Disney announces plans to build EPCOT Center in Florida. EPCOT stands for: Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow.
  6. Famous Birthdays: Gerald R. Ford Jr. (38th President of the U.S.), Scott Porter (actor), James McNeill Whistler, (American painter), Ingmar Bergman (Swedish director), Taboo (hip-hop artist/Black Eyed Peas), Patrick Kennedy (U.S. Representative), Emmaline Pankhurst (English leader of Women's Suffrage movement), Woody Guthrie (American folk singer), Gustav Klimt (painter)

For famous birthdays and other daily events in history, visit our Daily Dose Activities.

Click Here for Yesterday in History: July 13

Click Here for Tomorrow in History: July 15

For more history resources on Internet 4 Classrooms, visit our Social Studies and History index. For Pre K-8th Grade Level History and Social Studies Resources, visit our Grade Level Index.

 

 

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