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What is Today – March 29, 2013

What is Today v3 yellow 300KENTUCKY (3/29/13) – This is your daily update of what has happened on this day in history.
 
New York passed a law aimed at gradually abolishing slavery in the state 214 years ago today.
 
Over 20,000 people attended Ludwig Von Beethoven’s burial in Vienna 186 years ago today.
 
James Casey, founder of UPS, was born 125 years ago today.
 
Congress approved the concept of the Lincoln Memorial 146 years ago today.
 
Actor Christopher Lambert was born 56 years ago today.
 
Coach Jimmy Johnson quit his position with the Dallas Cowboys 19 years ago today.
 
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