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All Fools' Day; James McCosh_born (1811); Henry B.
Anthony born (1815); Simon B. Buckner born (1823);
Edwin A. Abbey born (1852); Battle of Five Forks,
Va. (1865).
Thomas Jefferson born (1743): United States Mint estab-
lished (1792); Richmond evacuated (1865).
Washington Irving born (1783); Mississippi Territory
established (1798): Edward Everett Hale born (1822);
John Burroupghs born (1837).

Thaddeus Stevens born (1793); James Freeman Clarke
born (1810); Edward C. Walthall born (1831); Presi-
dent William Henry Harrison died and John Tyler
succeeded to the Presidency.

Elihu Yale born (1649); Samuel F. Miller born (1816).
Confederate Memorial Day in Louisiana; William R.
King born (1785); Battle of Shiloh begun (1862).
William Ellery Channing born (1780); Battle of Shiloh
ended (1862).

Louisiana admitted (1812); Howell E. Jackson born
(1832); Mergenthaler linotype patented (1890).
Palm Sunday; Rufus Putnam born (1738); Army of
Northern Virginia surrendered (186).

Lewis Waliace born (1827); The New-York Tribune first
issued (1841).

Edward Everett born (1794); Fort Pulaski surrendered (1852).

Henry Clay born (1777); Fort Sumter fired on (1861).
First Day of Passover; present United States flag first
raised (1818); Pennsylvania Railroad Company or-
ganized (1846).

Good Friday; Justin S. Morrill born (1810); President
Lincoln assassinated (1865).
Marriage of Pocahontas (1614); first American theatre
opened in Philadelphia (1754); John Lothrop Motley
born (1814); Joseph E. Brown born (1821); Henry
James, jr., born (1843); Andrew Johnson became
President, succeeding President Lincoln, who died
this day (1865).

Easter Sunday; Charles Wilson Peale born (1741);
slavery abolished in the District of Columbia (1862).
Samuel Chase born (1741); J. Pierpont Morgan born
(1837); Virginia seceded (1861).

Battle of Cerro Gordo (1847).

Roger Sherman born (1721); Revolutionary War begun at Lexington (1775); hostilities end (1783); ClaytonBulwer Treaty signed (1850).

Siege of Boston begun (1775); Matthew C. Perry born (1794).

Battle of San Jacinto

Spain (1898).

(1836); war declared against

Oklahoma opened to settlement (1889).

Low Sunday (St. George): James Buchanan born (1791);
Stephen A. Douglas born (1813).

John Trumbull born (1751); Farragut passed the forts
below New Orleans (1862).

St. Mark; Confederate Memorial Day in Alabama,
Georgia and Florida; Frederick Law Olmsted born
(1822).

War with Mexico declared (1846); General Joseph E.
Johnston surrendered to General Sherman (1865).
Samuel F. B. Morse born (1791); Ulysses S. Grant born
(1822); Matanzas, Cuba, bombarded (1898).

James Monroe born (1758); Constitution ratified by
Maryland (1788); Baltimore & Obio Railroad or-
ganized (1828).

Oliver Ellsworth born (1745).

President Washington inaugurated (1789); Louisiana Purchase consummated (1803); Louisiana admitted (1812).

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St. Philip and St. James; New Orleans occupied (1862);
Battle of Chancellorsville begun (1863);: Battle of Port
Gibson (1863); Battle of Manila Bay (1898).

Constitutional Convention assembled in Philadelphia
(1757); Stonewall Jackson died (1863); Battle of Chan-
cellorsville continued (1863).

Jamaica discovered (1494); Lot M. Morrill born (1813).
William H. Prescott born (1796); Horace Mann born
(1796); Haymarket riot in Chicago (1886).
Delaware ratified the Articles of Confederation (1779);
Battle of the Wilderness began (1864).

Arkansas seceded (1861); Sherman's March to the Sea
began (1864).

William Bainbridge born (1774): Territory of Indiana or-
ganized (1800); Joseph G. Cannon born (1836).
Battle of Palo Alto (1846); Battle of Spottsylvania Court
House, Va. (1864).

Jacob Brown born, (1775); John Brown born (1800);
Battle of Resaca de la Palma (1846).

Confederate Memorial Day in North and South Caro-
lina; Fort Ticonderoga captured (1775); Montgomery
Blair born (1813): John Sherman born (1823); William
Windom born (1827): Centennial Exposition opened
at Philadelphia (1876); Pacific Railroad completed
(1869).
Charies W. Fairbanks born (1852); Minnesota admitted
(1858).
Charleston, S. C., captured by the British (1780); Rob-
ert C. Winthrop born (1807); Battle of Spottsylvania
(1864).

Society of the Cincinnati organized (1783); Zebulon B.
Vance horn (1830).

Convention assembled to draft the Constitution (1787);
Lewis and Clark expedition begun (1804).

Maximilian abdicated as Emperor of Mexico (1867); Bat-
tle of Resaca, Ga. (1864).

William H. Seward born (1801): Levi P. Morton born (1824); Battle of Champion Hill, Miss. (1863).

John F. Mercer born (1759).

Père Marquette died (1675); Siege of Vicksburg begun
(1863).

Johns Hopkins born (1794); Cervera's fleet arrived in
Santiago, Cuba (1898).

North Carolina seceded (1861).

Rogation Sunday; Reverdy Johnson born (1796).
Aaron Burr's trial for treason began (1807); Preston S.
Brooks assaulted Charles Sumner (1856).
Constitution ratified by South Carolina (1788); Ambrose
E. Burnside born (1824); Henry M. Teller born (1830).
Stephen Girard born (1750); Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
opened (1830); Morse telegraph line from Baltimore
to Washington first used (1844).
Ascension (Holy) Thursday; Ralph Waldo Emerson born
(1893).
Jonathan Edwards, jr., born (1745); Edward Livingston
born (1764); General Kirby Smith surrendered in
Texas, ending the Civil War (1865); President John-
son acquitted (1868).

Nathaniel Green born (1742); Charles Francis Adams
born (1835).

Pierre G. T. Beauregard born (1818); B. Gratz Brown
born (1826).

Patrick Henry born (1736); Rhode Island ratified the
Constitution (1790): Wisconsin admitted (1548).
Memorial Day; John A. McClernand born (1812).
Horatic Seymour born (1810); Walt Whitman born
(1819); Battle of Fair Oaks, Va, (1862); Johnstown,
Penn., flood (1883).

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Kentucky admitted (1792); Tennessee admitted (1796);
Brigham Young born (1801); John, B. Hood born
(1831): John M. Harlan born (1833).

John Randolph horn (1773): Philip Kearney born (1815);
John G Saxe horn (1816).

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Jefferson Davis born (1808); Holiday in Florida, Georgia
and Virginia; Battle of Cold Harbor (1864); Gar-
rett A. Hobart born (1844).
Whitsunday (Pentecost); John Eager Howard born

(1752).

Bushrod Washington born (1762); Battle of Sandusky,
Ohio, with the Indian Alliance (1782).

Nathan Hale born (1755); John Trumbull born (1756);

Nathaniel Gorham born (1786).

Resolution for independence Introduced in Congress

(1776); Alfred Pleasanton born (1824).

Thomas Sully born (1783); David D. Porter born (1813);

Tennessee seceded (1861).

John Howard Payne born (1791); Edmund Randolph
born (1820); Battle of Brandy Station (1863).
Battle of Big Bethel (1861); Battle of Rich Mountain,
W. Va. (1861).

Tues.

Wed.

Thurs.

Trinity Sunday; Joseph Warren born (1741); Eli Thayer born (1819).

John A. Roebling born (1806): United States Army
sailed for Santigo, Cuba (1898).

Winfield Scott born (1786); Fitz-John Porter born (1822);
federal attack on Port Hudson repulsed (1863).
Flag Day; Stars and Stripes adopted by Congress (1777);
Lafayette arrived in America (1777); Harriet Beecher
Stowe born (1811).

Corpus Christi; Arkansas admitted (1836); patent to
Goodyear for making rubber (1844).

Battle of Camden, S. C. (1780).

Battle of Bunker Hill (1775); Washington chosen commander in chief of the army (1775).

British evacuated Philadelphia (1778); war against Great

Britain declared (1812).

First Colonial Congress met (1754); Maine separated from Massachusetts (1819); West Virginia admitted (1863); battle between the Kearsarge and the Alabama (1864).

Death of De Soto (1542); John T. Morgan born (1824); Benjamin H. Bristow born (1832): West Virginia admitted (1863); Battle of Peach Tree Creek, Ga. (1864). Alexander J. Dallas born (1759); Daniel D. Tompkins born (1774); Constitution ratified by New Hampshire (1788), and became effective, New Hampshire being the ninth state to ratify; Horatio King born (1811); American army arrived in Cuba (1898). Richard Hildreth born (1807); James H. Lane born (1814).

William Penn made his treaty with the Indians (1683);
John Jay born (1817).

St. John the Baptist; Henry Ward Beecher born (1813);
Battle of Las Gunsimas, Cuba (1898).

Custer massacre (1876).

Arthur Middleton born (1742); Constitution ratified by Virginia (1788); Abner Doubleday born (1819); Battle of Mechanicsville, Va. (1862).

Battle of Kenesaw Mountain, Ga. (1864).

Battle of Fort Moultrie (1776): Battle of Monmouth, N.
J. (1778); Battle of Donaldsonville, La. (1863).
Ss. Peter and Paul; St. George Tucker born (1752);
John Q. A. Ward born (1830); Battle of Savage's
Station and White Oak Swamp. Va. (1862).
William A. Wheeler born (1819; Battle of Frazer's Farm
(1862).

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JULY.

Massacre of Wyoming, Penn. (1778); Gideon Welles born
(1802); Battle of Malvern Hill (1862); Battle of Gettys-
burg began (1863); Battle of San Juan, Cuba (1898).
Richard H. Stoddard born (1825); Francis A. Walker
born (1840); Battle of Gettysburg continued (1863);
James A. Garfield shot (1881).

Samuel Huntington born (1731); John S. Copley born
(1737); Battle of Gettysburg ended (1863); Idaho ad-
mitted (1890); Cervera's fleet destroyed (1898).
Independence Day; Congress adopted the Declaration of
Independence (1776); Nathaniel Hawthorne born
(1804); Reuben E. Fenton born (1819); John Adams
and Thomas Jefferson died (1826); James Monroe
died (1831); Vicksburg surrendered (1863).
David G. Farragut born (1801); Battle of Chippewa, Can-
ada (1814); Battle of Carthage, Mo. (1861).
John Paul Jones born (1747).

John B. Gordon born (1832); Hawaii annexed (1898).
Battle of Ticonderoga, N. Y. (1758); Fitz-Greene Halleck
born (1790); David Turpie born (1829).

British and Colonial forces under General Braddock defeated at Monongahela, Penn. (1755); Articles of Confederation signed (1778); Elias Howe born (1819); William F. Vilas born (1840); Port Hudson surrendered (1863); Battle of Monocacy River, Md. (1864).

George M. Dallas born (1792); Robert Toombs born (1816); Wyoming admitted (1890).

John Quincy Adams born (1767); duel between Hamil-
ton and Burr (1804); Battle of Rich Mountain, W.
Va. (1861).
Alexander Hamilton died (1804); Henry D. Thoreau born
(1817).

Ordinance of 1787 passed; Nathan B. Forrest born (1821);
anti-draft riots in New York City (1863).
Nathaniel Lyon born (1818).

Stony Point, N. Y., captured (1779); Battle of Lundy's
Lane (1814).

District of Columbia established (1790); Santiago, Cuba,
surrendered (1898).
Elbridge Gerry born (1744); Timothy Pickering born
(1745); British attack on Fort George repelled (1814).
Unsuccessful attack on Fort Wagner, S. C. (1863).
Robert J. Walker born (1801).

First Battle of Atlanta, Ga. (1864).

Stanley Matthews born (1821); first Battle of Bull Run

(1861).

Mary Magdalen; second Battle of Atlanta (1864).
Charlotte S. Cushman born (1816).

John M. Clayton born (1796); John A. Dix born (1798); J. G. Holland born (1800); Salt Lake City founded (1847); Martin Van Buren died (1862).

St. James; Henry Knox born (1750); Battle of Lundy's Lane, Canada (1814); George H. Pendleton born (1825).

George Clinton born (1739); Constitution ratified by New

York (1788).

Fort Ticonderoga captured from the French (1759); laying of the Atlantic cable completed (1866) Alaska Territory organized (1868).

Third Battle of Atlanta (1864).

Thomas Corwin born (1794); Edwin A. Stevens born (1795); Hiram Powers born (1805).

William Penn died (1718).

James Kent born (1763); John Ericsson born (1803); George H. Thomas born (1816); Abram S. Hewitt born (1822).

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George Ticknor born (1791); Richard Henry Dana born
(1815); Colorado admitted (1876).

John P. Stockton born (1826); F. Marion Crawford born
(1854).
Columbus sailed on his first voyage from Palos (1492);
first bombardment of Tripoli by the American forces
(1804); Flamilton Fish born (1808).

Crown Point, N. Y., captured from the French (1759);
Frederick T. Frelinghuysen born (1817); Oliver P.
Morton bori (1823).

Atlantic telegraph cable completed (1858); Battle of Mo-
bile Bay (1864).

Transfiguration; Battle of Oriskany (1777).

Joseph Rodman Drake born (1795); second bombardment
of Tripoli (1804); Thomas Ewing born (1829).
Charles A. Dana born (1819); George Stoneman born
(1822); Nelson A. Miles born (1839).

Francis Scott Key born (1780); Ashburton Treaty con-
cluded (1842): Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va. (1862).
Edmund Randolph born (1753); William L. Yancey born
(1814); Missouri admitted (1861); Battle of Wilson
Creek, Mo. (1861).

David R. Atchison born (1807); Fulton's Clermont made
her first trip up the Hudson (1807); Judah P. Benja-
min born (1811).

Death of King Philip and end of his war (1676); protocol
signed ending war with Spain (1898).
Manila surrendered (1898).

Oregon Territory organized (1848).

Edward Preble born (1761): John B. Magruder born
(1810); Charles G. Leland born (1824).

Battle of Bennington, Vt. (1777); Battle of Camden, S.
C. (1780); Mirabeau B. Lamar born (1798); Henry
Winter Davis born (1817).

David Crockett born (1786).

Charles Francis Adams born (1807); Augustus J. Pleasanton born (1808)

James Lenox born (1800); naval batttle between Constitution and Guerriere (1812).

Robert F. Stockton born (1795); Benjamin Harrison born (1833); battles of Churubusco and Contreras, Mexico (1847).

Oliver H. Perry born (1785).

James K. Paulding born (1779); Samuel P. Langley born
(1834).

State of Franklin, afterward Tennessee, formed (1784);
Francis Wayland born (1826).

St. Bartholomew; Theodore Parker born (1810); Battle
of Bladensburg, Washington occupied by the Brit-
ish forces (1814); John Newton born (1823); William
Walter Phelps born (1839).

Francis Bret Harte born (1839); Battle of Ream's Station (1864).

James Harlan born (1820).

Battle of Long Island (1776); Hannibal Hamlin born (1809); William H. English born (1822); James B. Eustis born (1834).

Menendez arrived at St. Augustine, Fla. (1565); John Stark born (1728); Battle of Warrenton, Va. (1862). New Amsterdam surrendered to the English and became New York (1664); Richard Rush born (1780); Oliver Wendell Holmes born (1809); George F. Hoar born (1826); David B. Hill born (1843); Battle of

Manassas, Va., begun (1862). Massacre at Fort Mimms, Ala. (1813); Battle of Manassas ended (1862).

Galusha A. Grow born (1823); Elizabeth Stuart Phelps born (1844); Battle of Jonesboro (1864).

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