Highlights of this day in history: President Abraham Lincoln and naturalist Charles Darwin born; The U.S. Senate acquits President Bill Clinton in his impeachment trial; Founding of the NAACP; Cartoonist Charles Schulz dies. (Feb. 12)        

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  • Today in Johnson City History: February 16
    Feb. 16, 1888: The Comet reported that Mr. G. E. Bradley discovered silver ore on his land near Johnson City. Feb. 16, 1941: J.A. Denton, a Johnson City commissioner, died. Feb. 16, 1969: First Christ...
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  • Today in Hip-Hop History: The Source Magazine Remembers Big L 20 Years Later
    On February 15, 1999, Hip Hop legend Lamont Coleman aka Big L was murdered at 45 West 139th Street in Harlem after being shot nine times in the face and chest in a drive-by shooting. Gerard Woodle ...
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  • Today in Feminist History: Valentine Messages of Support Greeted Suffrage Hikers Today in Trenton
    ... our daily recap of the major milestones and minor advancements that shaped women’s history in the U.S.—from suffrage to Shirley Chisholm and beyond. February 14, 1913: “Our feet may be sore,” decl...
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  • Wisc GOP boots Kaepernick from Black History resolution and Don Lemon is NOT happy about it
    Clarke, Jr. (@SheriffClarke) February 13, 2019 Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke ... of literally thousands and thousands of African-Americans to our state’s history but also trying to find people ...
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  • Rockets' James Harden ties Wilt Chamberlain for second in NBA history with 31 straight games of 30-plus points
    He has 31, tops 30 for a 31st consecutive game, tying Wilt Chamberlain for the second-longest streak in NBA history. He trails Chamberlain’s longest run by 34 games. — Jonathan Feigen (@Jonathan_Feige...
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  • The Free Online Encyclopedia of Washington State History ...
    Racial Woe. This week marks two dark moments in Seattle history, both of which took place on February 7. The first came in 1865, when officials for the newly formed town passed its fifth ordinance, calling for the expulsion of Indians.The law became moot when the town government was dissolved two years later, and the ban on Indian residents was not re-enacted.
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  • Today's Date
    Today's date and time, 2019 monthly calendars printable, viewable for any week, month, year. Current temperatures in various cities. Holidays and observances for 2019.
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  • History of bitcoin
    Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to control its creation and management, rather than relying on central authorities. The presumed pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto integrated many existing ideas from the cypherpunk community when creating bitcoin. Over the course of bitcoin's history, it has undergone rapid growth to ...
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  • Groundhog Day
    The observance of Groundhog Day in the United States first occurred in German communities in Pennsylvania, according to known records. The earliest mention of Groundhog Day is an entry on February 2, 1840, in the diary of James L. Morris of Morgantown, in Pennsylvania Dutch Country, according to the book on the subject by Don Yoder.This was a Welsh enclave but the diarist was commenting on his ...
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