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What is Today – May 21, 2013

What is Today v3 navy 300KENTUCKY (5/21/13) – This is your daily update of what has happened on this day in history.
 
The Lewis and Clark expedition began 209 years ago today.
 
The first bicycles were introduced in the United States 194 years ago today.
 
The first Democratic National Convention was held in Baltimore 181 years ago today.
 
The Red Cross was founded 132 years ago today.
 
The first horror movie, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, premiered 105 years ago today.
 
The House of Representatives passed an amendment allowing women to vote 95 years ago today.
 
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