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What is Today – March 19, 2013

What is Today v3 navy 300KENTUCKY (3/13/13) – This is your daily update of what has happened on this day in history.
 
Massachusetts colony was founded by Englishmen 385 years ago today.
 
The very first bank robbery in the United States took place in New York 182 years ago today.
 
Congress authorized time zones and approved daylight savings time 95 years ago today.
 
Nevada legalized gambling 82 years ago today.
 
Legendary Western figure, Wyatt Earp was born 165 years ago today.
 
Talk Show host David Letterman married Regina Lasko 4 years ago today.
 
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