KENTUCKY (3/21/13) – This is your daily update of what has happened on this day in history.
The United States invaded Honduras 106 years ago today.
A flood in Ohio took the lives of approximately 400 people 100 years ago today.
President Harry Truman signed an Executive Order Requiring all federal employees to have allegiance to the United States 66 years ago today.
Playwright Tennessee Williams “Orpheus Descending” premiered in New York City 56 years ago today.
The Alcatraz Prison was closed 50 years ago today.
The first Earth Day proclamation was issued 43 years ago today.
The US Supreme Court ruled that states can’t require 1-year residency to vote 41 years ago today.
President Jimmy Carter announced a Unite States boycott of Moscow Olympics 33 years ago today.
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