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What is Today – May 7, 2013

What is Today v3 pink 300KENTUCKY (5/7/13) – This is your daily update of what has happened on this day in history.
 
The city of New Orleans was founded 295 years ago today.
 
The first Inauguration Ball, for George Washington, was held 224 years ago today.
 
The American Medical Association was formed 166 years ago today.
 
The Beatles last American Release, “Long and Winding Road” hit the radio 43 years ago today.
 
President Ford declared an end to the Vietnam Era 38 years ago today.
 
The tomb of Herod the Great was discovered six years ago today.
 
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