KENTUCKY (3/12/13) – This is your daily update of what has happened on this day in history.
The first United States $20.00 gold piece was issued 163 years ago today.
Andrew Watson made his debut as the world’s first black international football player and captain 132 years ago today.
Mississippi established the first U.S. state college for women 129 years ago today.
Nazi Germany invaded Austria 75 years ago today.
New York was the first state to prohibit discrimination by race and creed in employment 68 years ago today.
The U.S. House joined Senate in approving Hawaii statehood 54 years ago today.
Paul McCartney, famed musician, was married in London 44 years ago today.
Jewish Victim and Diarist of the holocaust Anne Frank passed away 68 years ago today.
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