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Washington - Notable Historical Events

Francis DrakeNov 15, 1577

George WashingtonAug 4, 1753

Benjamin BannekerMar 11, 1789

John AdamsApr 21, 1789

John JaySep 24, 1789

Thomas JeffersonMar 22, 1790

Andrew JacksonJan 30, 1835

Abraham LincolnFeb 13, 1861

Booker T. WashingtonJul 4, 1881

Benjamin HarrisonJan 6, 1893

Martha WashingtonMar 2, 1903

Walter JohnsonAug 2, 1907

President TaftAug 18, 1909

FDROct 2, 1937

Jimmy StewartOct 17, 1939

Winston ChurchillDec 22, 1941

Sammy BaughOct 31, 1943

Charles de GaulleJul 6, 1944

Martin Luther KingAug 28, 1963

Deng XiaopingJan 29, 1979

Ted KaczynskiNov 15, 1979

Menachem BeginMar 11, 1982

Dino CiccarelliMar 7, 1989

Beth DanielAug 6, 1989

President BushSep 24, 1990

Mike TysonJul 19, 1991

Denzel WashingtonNov 18, 1992

Howard SternFeb 7, 1994

Ronald ReaganFeb 6, 1998

Mariah CareyOct 21, 2001

George W. BushNov 20, 2001

Marty SchottenheimerJan 13, 2002

Joe GibbsJan 8, 2008

Mike ShanahanJan 5, 2010

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Washington - Historical Events
Date Event
1577-11-15

Sir Francis Drake aboard Pelican travels from Chile to Washington

1753-08-04

George Washington becomes a master mason

1754-05-28

Battle of Jumonville Glen: forces led by George Washington kill French Canadian officer Joseph Coulon de Jumonville

1754-07-03

George Washington surrenders to French, Fort Necessity (7 Years' War)

1754-07-04

George Washington gives Ft Necessity to France

1758-07-24

George Washington admitted to Virginia House of Burgess

1775-05-10

2nd Continental Congress names George Washington, supreme commander

1775-06-15

George Washington appointed commander-in-chief of American Army

1775-07-03

Washington takes command of Continental Army at Cambridge, Mass

1775-07-22

George Washington takes command of US troops

1775-11-12

General Washington forbids recruiting officers enlisting blacks

1776-01-01

Gen George Washington hoists Continental Union Flag

1776-03-25

Continental Congress authorized a medal for George Washington

1776-04-03

George Washington receives honorary Ll.D. degree from Harvard College

1776-07-09

Declaration of Independence is read to George Washington's troops (NY)

1776-09-10

George Washington asks for a spy volunteer, Nathan Hale volunteers

1776-10-28

Battle of White Plains; Washington retreats to NJ

1776-11-16

British troops captured Fort Washington during American Revolution

1776-12-08

George Washington's retreating army crosses Delaware River from NJ

1776-12-25

Washington crosses Delaware & surprises & defeats 1,400 Hessians

1776-12-26

George Washington defeats Hessians at Battle of Trenton in American Revolutionary War

1777-01-03

General George Washington's revolutionary army defeats British forces at Battle of Princeton, NJ

1777-10-04

Battle of Germantown: Gen George Washington's troops attack and are defeated by the British at Germantown, Pennsylvania

1777-12-02

British Gen Howe plots attack on Washington's army for Dec 4

1777-12-17

George Washington's army returns to Valley Forge, Pa

1777-12-19

Washington settles his troops at Valley Forge, Pa for winter

1778-03-22

Captain Cook sights Cape Flattery, in Washington state

1778-06-19

Washington's troops finally leave Valley Forge

1778-06-28

Battle of Monmouth, NJ (Gen Washington beats Clinton)

1778-07-08

George Washington headquarters at West Point for his Continental Army

1780-01-04

Snowstorm hit Washington's army at Morristown, NJ

1781-08-20

George Washington begins to move his troops south to fight Cornwallis

1781-10-16

Washington takes Yorktown

1782-08-02

George Washington creates Honorary Badge of Distinction

1782-08-07

George Washington first creates Purple Heart medal (original name Badge of Military Merit) as commander of the Continental Army

1783-03-15

In an emotional speech in Newburgh, New York, George Washington asks his officers not to support the Newburgh Conspiracy. The plea is successful and the threatened coup d'etat never takes place.

1783-11-02

General George Washington, later 1st American President, bids farewell to his army after the American Revolutionary War

1783-11-03

Washington orders Continental Army disbanded

1783-12-04

Gen Washington bids officers farewell at Fraunce's Tavern, NYC

1783-12-23

General George Washington resigns his military commission as Commander-in-Chief of the Army to Congress

1787-05-25

Constitutional convention opens at Phila, G Washington presiding

1789-02-04

1st US electoral college chooses Washington & Adams as President and Vice-President

1789-03-11

Benjamin Banneker with L'Enfant begin to lay out Washington DC

1789-04-16

George Washington heads for 1st presidential inauguration

1789-04-21

John Adams sworn in as 1st US VP (9 days before Washington)

1789-04-23

President-elect George Washington moves into Franklin House, NY

1789-04-30

George Washington inaugurated as 1st president of the United States of America

1789-05-07

First US Presidential inaugural ball (for George Washington in NYC)

1789-06-13

Mrs Alexander Hamilton serves ice cream for dessert to Washington

1789-09-24

President George Washington nominates John Jay the 1st Chief Justice

1789-10-02

George Washington transmits the proposed Constitutional amendments (The United States Bill of Rights) to the States for ratification.

1789-10-03

Washington proclaims 1st national Thanksgiving Day on Nov 26

1789-10-15

1st presidental tour-George Washington in New England

1790-01-08

1st US President George Washington delivers 1st state of the union address

1790-03-22

Thomas Jefferson becomes the 1st US Secretary of State under President Washington

1791-03-04

Pres Washington calls the US Senate into its 1st special session

1792-04-05

George Washington casts 1st presidential veto

1792-05-07

Capt Robert Gray discovers Grays Harbor (Washington)

1792-10-13

Washington lays cornerstone of Executive Mansion (White House)

1792-12-05

George Washington re-elected as US president

1793-02-25

1st cabinet meeting (At George Washington's home)

1793-03-04

Washington's 2nd inauguration, shortest speech (133 words)

1793-04-22

Pres Washington attends opening of Rickett's, 1st circus in US

1793-06-10

Washington supersedes Philadelphia as US capital

1793-09-18

US President George Washington lays cornerstone of Capitol building

1796-09-19

George Washington's farewell address as president

1799-12-18

George Washington's body interred at Mount Vernon

1799-12-26

George Washington is eulogized by Col Henry Lee as "1st in war, 1st in peace & 1st in hearts of his countrymen"

1800-12-12

Washington DC established as capital of US

1801-02-27

Washington DC placed under Congressional jurisdiction

1801-03-04

1st US President inaugurated in Washington DC (Thomas Jefferson)

1802-05-03

Washington, D.C. is incorporated as a city

1814-08-24

British forces captured Washington, DC, & burned down many landmarks (War of 1812)

1816-10-07

1st double decked steamboat, Washington, arrives in New Orleans

1835-01-30

Richard Lawrence misfires at President Andrew Jackson in Washington DC in 1st attempted assassination of a US President

1836-07-01

US President Andrew Jackson announces to Congress bequest by James Smithson of 100,000 gold sovereigns to found institution in Washington.

1836-09-01

Narcissa Whitman, one of the first white women to settle west of the Rocky Mountains, arrives at Walla Walla, Washington.

1842-11-22

Mount St Helens in Washington erupts

1843-11-13

Mt Rainier in Washington State erupts

1847-07-01

1st US postage stamps go on sale, 5 cent Franklin & 10 cent Washington, NYC

1847-11-29

Indians kill Washington state pioneers Marcus & Narcissa Whitman, and 12 others in Walla Walla Ore

1850-02-12

Original Washington's Farewell Address manuscript sells for $2,300

1851-11-13

The Denny Party lands at Alki Point, the first settlers of what would become Seattle, Washington.

1851-12-24

Fire devastates US Library of Congress in Washington, destroys 35,000 volumes

1853-01-08

1st US bronze equestrian statue (of Andrew Jackson) unveiled, Washington

1853-03-02

Territory of Washington organized after separating from Oregon Ter

1853-11-28

Olympia forms as capital of Washington Territory

1854-01-30

1st election in Washington Territory; 1,682 votes cast

1854-11-02

Cobblestone paving of Washington St between Dupont & Kearny starts

1856-07-17

The Great Train Wreck of 1856 between Camp Hill and Fort Washington, Pennsylvania kills over 60 people.

1857-02-16

Gallaudet College (National Deaf Mute college) forms in Washington DC

1860-03-09

1st Japanese ambassador arrives in SF en route to Washington

1861-02-11

President-elect Lincoln takes train from Spingfield IL to Washington DC

1861-02-13

Abraham Lincoln declared president in Washington DC

1861-03-02

Government Printing Office purchases 1st printing plant, Washington

1861-04-25

The Union Army arrives to reinforce Washington, D.C. (US Civil War)

1861-05-20

Cornerstone of University of Washington laid in Seattle

1861-07-01

1st public schoolhouse opens at Washington & Mason St, SF

1861-07-25

Washington DC - Crittenden resolution is passed stating that the war is to be fought to preserve union & uphold the Constitution, not to alter slavery

1861-10-24

First US transcontinental telegram is sent (from San Francisco to Washington DC)

1861-11-04

University of Washington founded in Seattle

1862-06-02

Raid at Early's: Maryland towards Washington DC

1862-08-28

Belle Boyd released from Old Capital Prison in Washington, DC

1863-01-29

Battle at Bear River, Washington: US army vs indians

1864-07-02

Gen Early & Confederate forces reach Winchester en route to Washington, DC

1864-07-07

S Middleton, MD -Early's Washington Raid-

1864-07-13

Early retreats from Washington City back to Shenandoah Valley

1864-07-29

American Civil War: Confederate spy Belle Boyd is arrested by Union troops and detained at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC.

1865-04-21

Abraham Lincoln's funeral train leaves Washington

1865-05-23

-24] Victory parade in Washington, DC (Grand Review)

1866-11-20

Howard University founded (Washington DC)

1867-01-08

African American men granted the right to vote in Washington, D.C. despite President Johnson's veto

1867-03-01

Howard University, Washington DC, chartered

1870-06-09

Washington: Pres Grant meets with Sioux chief Red Cloud

1870-08-17

1st ascent of Mt Rainier, Washington

1876-12-06

1st crematorium in US begins operation, Washington, Penn

1877-12-06

Washington Post publishes 1st edition

1878-07-09

An improved corncob pipe patents by Henry Tibbe, Washington, Mo

1879-09-05

George Washington De Long, American Arctic Explorer, and commander on board the Jeannette, becomes trapped with his crew in pack ice during his attempt to reach the North Pole

1880-01-09

The Great Gale of 1880 devastates parts of Oregon and Washington with high wind and heavy snow.

1880-09-29

1st pro baseball game at Polo Grounds, NY Metropolitans beat Washington Nationals 4-2 in 5 innings

1881-06-12

The USS Jeannette, under the command of George Washington De Long, is crushed by Arctic ice after 21 months of ice-bound drifting

1881-06-13

The USS Jeannette, under the command of George Washington De Long, sinks in the Arctic circle following 21 months of drifting after becoming trapped in the ice

1881-07-04

Booker T. Washington establishes Tuskegee Institute (Alabama)

1882-07-12

1st ocean pier in US completed, Washington, DC

1884-10-22

The International Meridian Conference in Washington, DC, USA adopts Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) worldwide, creating 24 international time zones with longitude zero at the Greenwich meridian

1884-12-06

Aluminum capstone set atop Washington Monument, Wash, DC

1885-02-21

Washington Monument dedicated (Wash DC)

1888-01-03

1st wax drinking straw patented, by Marvin C Stone in Washington DC

1888-01-13

National Geographic Society founded (Washington, DC)

1888-10-09

Washington Monument opens for public admittance

1889-01-22

Columbia Phonograph was formed in Washington, D.C.

1889-02-22

US President Cleveland signs bill to admit Dakotas, Montana & Washington state to the union

1889-04-30

1st US national holiday, on centennial of Washington's inauguration

1889-07-04

Washington state constitutional convention holds 1st meeting

1889-10-01

Washington voters adopt state constitution in referendum

1889-10-02

1st Pan American conference (Washington DC)

1889-11-11

Washington admitted as 42nd state of USA

1892-05-22

Dr Washington Sheffield invents toothpaste tube

1893-01-06

The Washington National Cathedral is chartered by Congress. The charter is signed by President Benjamin Harrison.

1894-03-25

Coxey's Army of the unemployed sets out from Massillon, Ohio, for Washington DC

1895-09-05

George Washington Murray elected to Congress from SC

1895-09-18

Booker T. Washington delivers 'Atlanta Compromise' address

1895-12-17

Anti-Saloon League of America formed, Washington, DC

1898-05-21

US Assay Office in Seattle, Washington authorized

1899-02-11

-15°F (-26°C), Washington, DC (district record)

1899-02-24

Western Washington University is established.

1900-03-08

NL decides to go with 8 teams They exclude Baltimore, Cleveland, Louisville & Washington (in 1953 Boston Braves move to Milwaukee)

1901-11-27

Army War College forms in Washington DC

1902-07-08

John McGraw, accused by Ban Johnson of trying to wreck Baltimore & Washington clubs, negotiates his release from the Orioles

1903-01-22

The Hay-Herran Treaty concerning the USA's right to the Panama Canal is signed by the Colombian Charge d'affaires in Washington DC (never ratified)

1903-02-21

Cornerstone laid for US army war college, Washington, DC

1903-03-02

Martha Washington Hotel, catering to women only, opens in NYC

1906-02-12

George Cohans musical "George Washington," premieres in NYC

1907-08-02

Walter Johnson, 19, debuts with Washington & loses 3-2 to Detroit

1907-08-28

United Parcel Service is founded by James E. Casey in Seattle, Washington.

1907-09-29

Construction begins on Washington National Cathedral

1907-11-13

The Conference of Central American States, convoked in response to the war between Honduras and Nicaragua, meets in Washington DC to promote unification

1908-05-23

Part of Great White Fleet arrives in Puget Sound, Washington

1909-08-18

Mayor of Tokyo Yukio Ozaki presents Washington, D.C. with 2,000 cherry trees, which President Taft decides to plant near the Potomac River.

1910-03-02

2 trains crash in snow storm in Wellington Washington, 118 die

1910-07-19

Cleveland Indian baseball player Cy Young registers 500th career victory against Washington 5-4 in 11 innings

1910-08-14

6th International Congress of Esperantists held in Washington, DC

1910-11-08

1st Washington State election in which women could vote

1913-01-13

Delta Sigma Theta, the world's largest Black Women's Sorority is founded at Howard University, Washington DC

1913-03-03

Ida B Wells-Barnett demonstrates for female suffrage in Washington DC

1914-02-12

Dedication ceremony for the about to be constructed Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC

1915-08-05

The Latin-American Conference Convenes in Washington, with representatives from leading South American nations joining the US to discuss conditions in Mexico

1915-12-01

The US requests that Germany withdraw its military and naval attaches from the Embassy in Washington

1916-01-01

1st football game in Rose Bowl (Washington State-Brown)

1916-02-16

The German ambassador in Washington announces that Germany will pay an indemnity for American lives lost on the Lusitania

1916-10-14

Sophomore tackle and guard Paul Robeson is excluded from the Rutgers football team when Washington and Lee University refused to play against a black person.

1916-11-05

The Everett Massacre takes place in Everett, Washington as political differences lead to a shoot-out between IWW organizers and local police.

1918-05-15

Washington Senator Walter Johnson pitches 1-0, 18 inning game

1918-11-10

The Western Union Cable Office in North Sydney, NS received a top-secret coded message from Europe (that would be sent to Ottawa, ON and Washington, DC) that said on November 11, 1918 all fighting would cease on land, sea and in the air.

1919-07-24

Race Riot in Washington DC (6 killed, 100 wounded)

1920-04-26

Harlow Shapley & Heber D. Curtis hold "great debate" on nature of nebulae, dalaxies and size of universe at US National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C.

1920-07-06

Yankees score 14 in 5th inning & beat Washington Senators, 17-0

1921-01-29

Hurricane hits Washington & Oregon

1921-09-08

1st Miss America crowned in Atlantic City - Margaret Gorman (16) of Washington DC

1921-11-12

Washington Conference for Limitation of Armaments

1922-01-28

Knickerbocker Storm, Washington D.C.'s biggest snowfall, causes the city's greatest loss of life when the roof of the Knickerbocker Theater collapses.

1922-02-06

US, UK, France, Italy & Japan sign Washington naval arms limitation

1922-03-09

KJR-AM in Seattle Washington begins radio transmissions

1922-03-23

1st airplane lands at the US Capitol in Washington, DC

1922-10-03

1st facsimile photo send over city telephone lines, Washington, DC

1923-07-19

WRC-AM in Washington DC begins radio transmissions

1924-10-10

Washington Senators win their 1st World Series beat Giants in 7

1925-08-08

1st national march of Ku Klux Klan (200,000) in Washington, DC

1925-09-23

Washington shortstop Roger Peckinpaugh is named AL MVP

1927-11-17

Tornado hits Washington DC

1928-11-11

WOL-AM in Washington DC begins radio transmissions

1930-01-23

George Washington Birthplace National Monument, Va established

1930-03-15

1st seaplane glider flown, Port Washington, NY

1930-07-20

106°F (41°C), Washington, DC (district record)

1930-10-24

A bloodless coup d'état in Brazil ousts Washington Luís Pereira de Sousa, the last President of the First Republic. Getúlio Vargas then installed as "provisional president."

1931-10-24

George Washington Bridge linking New York City and New Jersey dedicated, opens the next day

1932-01-01

The United States Post Office Department issues a set of 12 stamps commemorating the 200th anniversary of George Washington's birth.

1932-05-29

The Bonus Army of World War I veterans begins to assemble in Washington, DC in to request cash bonuses promised to them to be paid in 1945.

1932-07-09

Washington Redskins (then Boston Braves) forms

1932-07-20

In Washington, D.C., police fire tear gas on World War I veterans part of the Bonus Expeditionary Force who attempt to march to the White House.

1932-07-29

Great Depression: in Washington, DC, U.S. troops disperse the last of the "Bonus Army" of World War I veterans.

1932-07-31

George Washington quarter goes into circulation

1932-10-02

Washington Redskins (as Boston Braves) play 1st NFL game, lose 14-0

1932-11-24

In Washington, D.C., the FBI Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory (better known as the FBI Crime Lab) officially opens.

1933-02-03

1st interstate legislative conference in US opens, Washington, DC

1933-04-25

NY Yankee Russ Van Atta shuts out Washington Senators 16-0

1933-10-07

NY Giants beat Washington Senators, 4 games to 1 in 30th World Series

1934-02-08

Export-Import Bank organizes in Washington, DC

1934-04-12

Second highest ever wind spped of 372 km/h (231 mph) recorded on Mt Washington

1934-04-17

New Fenway Park opens, Washington Senators beat Red Sox 6-5

1937-09-17

1st NFL game in Washington, DC; Redskins beat NY Giants 13-3

1937-10-02

FDR visits Grand Coulee Dam construction site in Washington State

1937-12-12

Washington Redskins win NFL championship

1938-05-08

Stravinsky's "Dumbarton Oaks" premieres in Washington, DC

1938-08-31

5th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 28, Washington 16 (74,250)

1938-12-29

Construction on Lake Washington Floating Bridge, Seattle, begins

1939-10-11

Bucky Harris signs to manage Washington again

1939-10-17

"Mr. Smith Goes to Washington", starring Jimmy Stewart and Jean Arthur, is released

1940-04-07

1st black to appear on US stamp (Booker T. Washington)

1940-07-02

Lake Washington (Seattle) Floating bridge dedicated

1940-09-29

1st US merchant ship "Booker T. Washington" commanded by a black captain (Hugh Mulzac), launched at Wilmington Delaware

1940-10-18

Kaufman & Harts "George Washington Slept Here," premieres in NYC

1941-03-22

Grand Coulee Dam in Washington goes into operation

1941-12-22

Winston Churchill arrives in Washington, DC for a wartime conference

1942-06-21

President Roosevelt/premier Churchill arrives in Washington, DC

1942-12-13

Washington Redskins defeat Chic Bears 14-6, to win NFL title

1942-12-27

NFL Pro Bowl: NFL All-Stars beats Washington 17-14

1943-05-07

Liberty Ship George Washington Carver, named after scientist, launched

1943-05-25

Trident conference in Washington, DC (operation plan '43 against Japan)

1943-08-21

Gromyko named USSR-ambassador in Washington

1943-08-25

10th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 27, Washington 7 (48,471)

1943-10-31

Washington Redskin Sammy Baugh passes for 6 touchdowns vs Bkln (48-10)

1944-07-06

French General Charles de Gaulle arrives in Washington, DC

1945-09-07

Joe Kuhel hits inside-the-park HR, only HR hit by a Senator all season at Washington's Griffith Stadium

1945-11-26

During snow storm, school bus crashes, kills 15 (Washington)

1946-03-21

Kenny Washington signs with Rams, 1st black NFLer since 1933

1947-01-01

WTTG TV channel 5 in Washington, DC (MET) begins broadcasting

1947-06-16

1st network news-Dumont's "News from Washington"

1947-06-27

WRC TV channel 4 in Washington DC (NBC) begins broadcasting

1947-10-03

WMAL (now WJLA) TV channel 7 in Washington, DC (ABC) begins

1947-11-23

Washington Redskin Sammy Baugh passes for 6 touchdowns vs Chi Cards (45-21)

1948-09-24

Mildred Gillars (Axis Sally), an American broadcaster employed by the Third Reich in Nazi Germany to proliferate propaganda during World War II, pleads not guilty to eight chargs of treason in Washington, DC

1948-10-21

Facsimile high-speed radio transmission demonstrated (Washington DC)

1949-01-16

WTOP (now WUSA) TV channel 9 in Washington, DC (CBS) 1st broadcast

1950-02-20

WOL-AM in Washington DC swaps calls with WWDC

1950-10-31

Collazo & Torresola attempt to kill Harry Truman in Washington, DC

1951-01-09

Washington Capitals NBA club folds

1951-07-14

George Washington Carver monument unveiled

1952-09-07

NY Yankees Johnny Mize's pinch-hit grand slam gives Yanks a 5-1 win at Washington He has now HRed in all 15 major league parks

1953-07-14

1st US National monument dedicated to a Negro-George Washington Carver

1955-03-31

US Assay Office in Seattle, Washington closes Chase National (3rd largest bank) & Bank of the Manhattan Company (15th largest bank) merge to form Chase Manhattan

1955-06-09

100°F - Hottest day in Seattle, Washington

1955-09-24

Washington Senators lose their 99th & 100th games of season

1955-09-28

WITN TV channel 7 in Washington, NC (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-09-02

Washington-Jackson cable line replaced by bus service

1956-09-14

1st prefrontal lobotomy performed, Washington DC

1957-01-20

Morton Gould's "Declaration," premieres in Washington, DC

1959-06-09

1st ballistic missile sub launched (George Washington-Groton, Ct)

1959-12-30

George Washington, 1st ballistic missile sub commissioned

1960-01-28

1st photograph bounced off Moon, Washington DC

1960-04-21

Founding of the Orthodox Bahá'í Faith in Washington, D.C.

1960-07-20

1st submerged submarine to fire Polaris missile (George Washington)

1960-10-26

AL approves Washington Senators move to become Minnesota Twins & announces franchises in LA & Wash DC for 1961

1960-10-27

AL admits LA & Washington to the league

1960-11-15

USS G Washington, 1st sub with nuclear ballistic missiles, launched

1960-11-17

New Washington franchise is awarded to Elwood Quesada

1960-11-19

Mickey Vernon is hired as 1st manager of new Washington team

1960-12-14

Washington Senators joins American League

1961-03-29

23rd Amendment to the US Constitution ratified, allowing Washington DC residents to vote in presidential elections

1961-04-30

1st shuttle flights between Washington DC, Boston & NYC begin (Eastern)

1961-05-04

CORE begins freedom rides from Washington, DC

1961-05-08

Alan Shepard receives NASA Distinguished Service Medal, Washington

1961-06-15

Expansion Wash Senators are 30-30, latest date an expansion team will be at .500, Washington will lose their next 10 games

1961-08-05

118°F (48°C), Ice Harbor Dam, Washington (state record)

1961-10-02

WETA TV channel 26 in Washington, DC (PBS) begins broadcasting

1962-04-09

JFK throws out 1st ball at Washington's new DC Stadium

1962-04-21

Century 21 Exposition opens in Seattle, Washington

1962-07-10

32nd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 3-1 at D.C. Stadium, Washington

1963-03-15

WFAN TV channel 14 in Washington, DC (IND) begins broadcasting

1963-08-28

200,000 march and demonstrate for African American civil rights in Washington, DC

1963-08-28

Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his "I have a dream speech" addressing civil rights march at Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC

1963-08-30

Hotline communication link between Pentagon (Washington) and the Klemlin (Moscow) installed

1964-02-11

Beatles 1st live appearance in US; Washington DC Coliseum

1965-09-26

Minnesota gains its 1st AL pennant by defeating Washington, 2-1

1965-11-27

15-25,000 demonstrate against war in Vietnam in Washington, DC

1966-04-20

WDCA TV channel 20 in Washington, DC (IND) begins broadcasting

1967-06-01

Mayor-council form of government instituted for Washington, DC

1967-06-12

Washington Senators beat Chicago White Sox 6-5 in 22 innings

1967-09-17

Mount Washington cog railway train derails, kills 8 (NH)

1967-09-28

Walter Washington elected 1st mayor of Washington, DC

1968-05-12

"March of Poor" under Rev Abernathy reach Washington, DC

1968-06-03

Poor Peoples March on Washington

1968-12-30

-48°F (-44°C), Mazama & Winthrop, Washington (state record)

1969-11-16

US President Nixon becomes first president to attend a season NFL game while in office: the Dallas Cowboys beat the Washington Redskins 41-28

1970-02-10

26.4 cm precipitation falls on Mount Washington NH (state record)

1970-02-11

26.37 cm (10.38") of rainfall, Mt Washington, NH (state 24-hr rec)

1970-06-21

Judy Rankin wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1971-04-25

About 200,000 anti-Vietnam War protesters march on Washington

1971-05-17

Washington State bans sex discrimination

1971-07-01

State of Washington becomes 1st state to ban sex discrimination

1971-07-11

Jane Blalock wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1971-09-08

John F Kennedy Center for Performing Arts opens in Washington DC

1971-09-21

AL OKs Washington Senator move to Arlington (Texas Rangers)

1971-11-25

"Dan Cooper" jumps with $200,000 out of plane over Washington

1972-02-17

President Nixon leaves Washington DC for China

1972-07-09

Kathy Ahern wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1972-10-11

Prison uprising at Washington DC jail

1972-12-31

Washington Redskins beat Dallas Cowboys 26-3 in NFC championship game

1973-07-15

Carole Jo Skala wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1973-09-19

NL refuses to allow San Diego Padres move to Washington DC

1973-09-26

Concorde makes its first non-stop crossing of the Atlantic (Washington DC to Paris) in record-breaking time (3h33m).

1973-12-02

Capital Centre (USAir Arena) in Washington DC opens

1973-12-06

NL votes to move San Diego Padres to Washington DC (doesn't happen)

1973-12-24

District of Columbia Home Rule Act is passed, allowing residents of Washington, D.C. to elect their own local government.

1974-08-04

Sandra Haynie wins LPGA George Washington Golf Classic

1974-10-09

Washington Capitals 1st NHL game, losing 6-3 to NY Rangers at Madison Square Garden Wash Caps begin a 37 game road losing streak

1974-10-15

Washington Capitals 1st NHL tie, playing LA Kings to 1-1 tie

1974-10-17

Washington Capitals 1st NHL home victory, beating Chicago 4-3

1974-11-05

Walter E Washington, becomes first elected mayor of Wash DC

1974-11-10

Montreal Canadiens shutout Washington Capitals 11-0

1974-12-19

Dave Kryskow scores Washington Capitals 1st NHL shorthanded goal

1974-12-26

Washington Capitals 1st NHL sellout

1975-01-04

Montreal Canadiens shutout Washington Capitals 10-0

1975-02-16

Washington Capitals 1st NHL shutout, beating KC Scouts 3-0

1975-03-26

Washington Capitals play record NHL 37th road game without a win & NHL record of 17 straight loses

1975-03-30

Ron Lalonde scores the 1st hat trick by a Washington Capital

1975-05-05

A's release pinch runner Herb Washington (played 104 games without batting, pitching, or fielding He stole 30 bases, & scored 33 runs)

1975-07-27

Carol Mann wins LPGA George Washington Ladies Golf Classic

1975-12-21

Buffalo Sabres set NHL record of 40 points beating Caps 14-2 scoring 5 goals vs Washington Caps in 4:57

1976-03-27

Washington DC underground Metro opens

1976-09-21

Orlando Letelier is assassinated in Washington, D.C. He was a member of the Chilean socialist government of Salvador Allende, overthrown in 1973 by Augusto Pinochet.

1977-02-12

Toronto Maple Leafs shutout Washington Capitals 10-0

1977-06-06

"Washington Post" reports US has developed neutron bomb

1977-07-23

Washington jury convicts 12 Hanafi Moslems on hostage charges

1978-04-03

Larry King moves his radio show from Miami to Washington DC

1978-10-12

Representatives of Israel & Egypt open talks in Washington

1979-01-29

Chinese vice-premier Deng Xiaoping visits Washington, DC

1979-02-13

Washington State's Hood Canal Bridge breaks up in windstorm

1979-07-01

Stampede Pass, Washington is covered with 6" of snow

1979-11-15

A package from the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski begins smoking in the cargo hold of a flight from Chicago to Washington, forcing the plane to make an emergency landing.

1980-02-03

30th NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 144-136 (OT) at Washington

1980-05-18

Mount St Helens blows its top in Washington State, 60 die

1981-04-09

US sub George Washington rams Japanese freighter Nisso Maru

1981-06-25

Microsoft is restructured to become an incorporated business in its home state of Washington.

1981-08-07

The Washington Star ceases all operations after 128 years of publication.

1981-09-15

The John Bull becomes the oldest operable steam locomotive in the world when the Smithsonian Institution operates it under its own power outside Washington, DC.

1982-01-13

Air Florida 737 took off in a snowstorm, crashes into 14th St Bridge in Washington, DC, & falls into Potomac River, killing 78

1982-02-09

34th NHL All-Star Game: Wales beat Campbell 4-2 at Washington

1982-03-11

Menachem Begin & Anwar Sadat sign peace treaty in Washington DC

1982-03-26

Ground-breaking in Washington, DC for Vietnam Veterans Memorial

1982-06-20

Israeli PM Menachem Begin arrives in Washington

1982-11-13

Vietnam War Memorial dedicated in Washington DC

1982-12-08

Norman Mayer holds Washington Monument hostage, demanding an end to nuclear weapons. Is killed by police after 10 hrs (he had no explosives)

1983-01-30

Super Bowl XVII: Wash Red Skins beat Miami Dolphins, 27-17 in Pasadena Super Bowl MVP: John Riggins, Washington, RB

1983-02-22

Harold Washington wins Chicago's Democratic mayoral primary

1983-04-12

Harold Washington elected Chicago's 1st black mayor

1983-04-29

Harold Washington sworn in as Chicago's 1st black mayor

1983-07-25

Washington Public Power Supply System defaulted $2.25 billion

1983-10-08

Washington Capitals 1st NHL overtime game losing to NY Islanders 8-7

1983-11-04

Washington Capitals first NHL overtime victory beating Vancouver 5-4

1984-02-27

WRC-AM in Washington DC changes call letters to WWRC

1984-03-09

The Competitive Enterprise Institute in founded in Washington, D.C.

1985-02-27

Farmers converge in Washington to demand economic relief

1986-01-28

Angolan Unity Leader Jonas Savimbi visits Washington, DC

1987-02-27

"Washington Week In Review," 20th anniversary on PBS

1987-03-13

Washington Caps score 5 goals against Toronto in 3 mins & 3 secs

1987-10-11

200,000 gays march for civil rights in Washington

1988-01-31

Super Bowl XXII: Wash Redskins beat Denver Broncos, 42-10 in San Diego Super Bowl MVP: Doug Williams, Washington, QB

1988-04-20

Yanks HR 9,999 (D Winfield) 10,000 (C Washington) 10,001 (J Clarke)

1988-07-31

Ayako Okamoto wins LPGA Greater Washington Golf Open

1988-10-28

Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen gives $10 million to University of Washington library

1988-12-10

Washington Capitals 1st NHL scoreless tie, vs Mont Canadiens

1989-03-07

Dino Ciccarelli is traded by the Minnesota North Stars to the Washington Capitals

1989-03-18

Dino Ciccarelli sets Washington Capital record of 7 pts in a game

1989-07-20

Photographer Robert Mapplethorpe's show opens at Washington, D.C.'s Project for the Arts after the Smithsonian Institution's Corcoran Gallery cancels it.

1989-08-06

Beth Daniel wins LPGA Greater Washington Golf Open

1990-07-12

"Les Miserables," opens at National Theatre, Washington

1990-09-24

South African President F W de Klerk meets US President Bush in Washington DC

1990-09-29

Washington National Cathedral construction is completed after 83 years

1991-04-07

George Washington Bridge raises toll from $3.00 to $4.00

1991-05-05

A riot breaks out in the Mt. Pleasant section of Washington, D.C. after a Salvadoran man is shot by police.

1991-06-05

Lesbian priest Elizabeth Carl ordained in Episcopal Church, Washington DC

1991-07-19

Mike Tyson rapes a Miss Black America contestant (Desiree Washington)

1991-09-09

Mike Tyson indicted for rape of Desiree Washington

1991-11-24

After going 12-0, Washington Redskins lose to Dallas 24-21

1992-01-26

Super Bowl XXVI: Wash Red Skins beat Buffalo Bills, 37-24 in Minn Super Bowl MVP: Mark Rypien, Washington, QB

1992-02-10

Mike Tyson convicted of raping Desiree Washington in Indiana

1992-03-26

Mike Tyson sentenced to 10 years in rape of Desiree Washington

1992-04-05

Several hundred-thousand abortion rights demonstrators march in Washington, D.C.

1992-06-20

Dino Ciccarelli is traded by the Washington Capitals to the Detroit Red Wings

1992-11-18

"Malcolm X" with Denzel Washington premieres in US

1993-01-05

Washington state executes Westley Allan Dodd by hanging (the first legal hanging in America since 1965).

1993-08-20

After rounds of secret negotiations in Norway, the Oslo Peace Accords are signed, followed by a public ceremony in Washington, D.C. the following month.

1994-02-07

Howard Stern stops a would-be jumper on the George Washington Bridge

1995-01-15

Western Washington begins using new area code 360

1995-03-04

Blind teenage boy receives a 'Bionic Eye' at a Washington Hospital

1995-07-27

In Washington, DC, the Korean War Veterans Memorial is dedicated.

1995-09-19

The Washington Post and The New York Times publish the Unabomber's manifesto.

1996-05-04

Greg Pavlik one-hits Tigers making the Rangers 1st AL team to pitch back-to-back one-hitters since the Washington Senators in 1917

1996-07-01

Placido Domingo becomes art director of Washington Opera

1996-07-07

110th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: R Krajicek beats M Washington (63 64 63)

1996-07-25

Kim LaPlante of Washington state crowned Mrs United States

1996-07-28

Kennewick Man, the remains of a prehistoric man, is discovered near Kennewick, Washington.

1997-11-11

WNBA expands to Detroit & Washington DC

1998-01-27

WNBA begins filling rosters of Washington Mystics & Detroit Shock

1998-02-06

Washington National Airport is renamed Ronald Reagan National Airport.

1999-07-15

The inaugural game at the Seattle Mariners' Safeco Field was held in Seattle, Washington.

1999-11-30

In Seattle, Washington, United States, protests against the WTO meeting by anti-globalization protesters catch police unprepared and force the cancellation of opening ceremonies.

2001-02-28

The Nisqually Earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter Scale hits the Nisqually Valley and the Seattle, Tacoma, and Olympia area of the U.S. state of Washington.

2001-09-14

Historic National Prayer Service held at Washington National Cathedral for victims of the September 11 attacks. A similar service is held in Canada on Parliament Hill, the largest vigil ever held in the nation's capital.

2001-10-21

"United We Stand" benefit concert for September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks victims, held at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC. Event organized and headlined by Michael Jackson, also featuring pop stars Aerosmith, Mariah Carey, The Backstreet Boys, and others.

2001-11-20

In Washington, D.C., U.S. President George W. Bush dedicates the United States Department of Justice headquarters building as the Robert F. Kennedy Justice Building, honoring the late Robert F. Kennedy on what would have been his 76th birthday.

2002-01-13

In a controversial move, Marty Schottenheimer is fired as head coach of the Washington Redskins after just one season

2002-03-24

74th Academy Awards - "A Beautiful Mind", Denzel Washington & Halle Berry win

2002-05-22

In Washington, DC, the remains of the missing Chandra Levy are found in Rock Creek Park.

2002-10-24

Police arrest spree killers John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, ending the Beltway sniper attacks in the area around Washington, DC.

2004-05-29

The World War II Memorial is dedicated in Washington, D.C.

2004-06-11

Ronald Reagan's funeral is held at Washington National Cathedral.

2006-02-12

A powerful winter storm blankets the Northeastern United States dumping 1 to 2 feet of snow from Washington DC up to Boston, Massachusetts. The storm dumped a record 26.9 inches of snow in New York City.

2007-12-03

Devastating winter storms caused the Chehalis River to flood many cities in Lewis County, Washington, also closing a 20-mile portion of Interstate 5 for several days. At least eight deaths and billions of dollars of damaged are blamed on the floods.

2008-01-08

Joe Gibbs retires, for the second time, as head coach of the Washington Redskins

2008-09-29

Following the bankruptcies of Lehman Brothers and Washington Mutual, The Dow Jones Industrial Average falls 777.68 points, the largest single-day point loss in its history.

2009-06-22

2009 Washington Metro subway crash: Two Metro trains collide in Washington, D.C., USA, killing 9 and injuring over 80.

2009-12-15

Boeing's new 787 Dreamliner makes its maiden flight from Seattle, Washington.

2010-01-05

Mike Shanahan is formally introduced as head coach of the Washington Redskins

2012-11-07

Voters in Maine, Maryland and Washington approve measures for same-sex marriage

2013-09-16

12 people are killed after a gunman opens fire at a naval yard in Washington DC

2013-12-30

NFL head coach Mike Shanahan is fired by the Washington Redskins

2014-03-18

US closes the Syrian embassy in Washington & expels all Syrian diplomats

2014-03-22

30 people are killed by a mudslide in Oso, Washington

2016-03-16

Washington DC subway to shut down for 29 hours for safety checks

2016-09-24

4 Dead in Shooting at Mall in Washington State, Police Say

2016-09-25

Suspect in shooting at Washington state mall captured: state police

2016-12-31

Russian hackers penetrated Vermont electric utility: Washington Post

2017-06-23

Sixers take Washington PG Markelle Fultz with No. 1 pick

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Washington - Notable Birthdays

Martha WashingtonJun 13, 1731

George WashingtonFeb 22, 1732

Robert R. LivingstonNov 27, 1746

Washington IrvingApr 3, 1783

John Philip SousaNov 6, 1854

Booker Taliaferro WashingtonApr 5, 1856

Walter JohnsonNov 6, 1887

J. Edgar HooverJan 1, 1895

Duke EllingtonApr 29, 1899

Jimmy StewartMay 20, 1908

Sammy BaughMar 17, 1914

Ben BradleeAug 26, 1921

Edward AlbeeMar 12, 1928

Elgin BaylorSep 16, 1934

Joe GibbsNov 25, 1940

Carl BernsteinFeb 14, 1944

Samuel L. JacksonDec 21, 1948

Gary LarsonAug 14, 1950

Sam KinisonDec 8, 1953

Denzel WashingtonDec 28, 1954

Fred CouplesOct 3, 1959

Dino CiccarelliFeb 8, 1960

John StocktonMar 26, 1962

Kurt CobainFeb 20, 1967

Pete SamprasAug 12, 1971

Katherine HeiglNov 24, 1978

Washington - Birthdays
Date Event
1730-09-17

Friedrich WLGA von Steuben, Prus/US inspector-gen of Washington's army

1731-06-13

Martha Washington, Kent County, Virginia, 1st US First Lady (1789-97)

1732-02-22

George Washington, Westmoreland, Virginia, 1st American president (1789-97)

1732-02-22

George Washington,

1733-06-20

Betty Washington sister of George Washington

1741-04-15

Charles Willson Peale, US, port painter/inventor (George Washington)

1746-11-27

Robert R. Livingston, US Founding Father, delivered oath of office to George Washington

1753-05-24

Oliver Cromwell, Burlington NJ, decorated black soldier who served with Washington in US War of Independence

1755-12-03

Gilbert Stuart, US, portrait painter (painted Washington)

1779-11-05

Washington Allston, US painter/author

1781-08-12

Robert Mills, US, architect (Washington Monument)

1783-04-03

Washington Irving, New York City New York, American writer (Legend of Sleepy Hollow)

1783-04-03

Washington Irving, Sleepy Hollow

1791-04-12

Francis Preston Blair, newspaper editor (Washington Globe)

1809-02-25

George Washington Cullom, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1892

1811-02-23

George Washington Hewitt, composer

1811-09-06

James Melville Gilliss, founder (Naval Observatory in Washington)

1813-04-17

Henry Washington Benham, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1884

1816-05-24

Emanuel Leutze, US, painter (Washington Crossing the Delaware)

1817-05-05

George Washington Julian, MC (Union), died in 1899

1819-10-02

George Washington Getty, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1901

1820-09-20

George Washington Morgan, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1820-10-11

Alfred Washington Ellet, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1826-11-30

George Washington Deitzler, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1832-09-16

George Washington Custis Lee, Major General (Confederate Army)

1835-08-26

Theodore Washington Brevard, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1836-10-05

George Washington Gordon, Brig Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1911

1842-03-29

Octavius L. Pruden, Admiral Dewey Receiving the Washington and New York Committees

1844-03-27

Alophus Washington Greely, US, Arctic explorer

1844-08-22

George Washington De Long, New York City, American Arctic Explorer whose disastrous expedition provided evidence to support the theory of trans-Arctic oceanic drift

1854-11-06

John Philip Sousa, Washington DC, march king (Stars & Stripes Forever)

1856-04-05

Booker Taliaferro Washington, pioneer educator (1st black on US stamp)

1856-04-05

Booker T. Washington, By Right of Birth

1858-06-29

George Washington Goethals, engineer (built Panama Canal)

1859-02-14

George Washington Gale Ferris, engineer/inventor (Ferris Wheel)

1864-01-10

George Washington Carver, agricultural scientist [or Jul 12]

1864-07-12

George Washington Carver, botanist (studied the peanut) [or Jan 10]

1864-11-11

George Washington Crile, Chili Ohio, American Surgeon who conducted the first direct blood transfusion and studied the effects of surgical shock

1865-03-09

Margaret Murray Washington, wife of Booker T/head (NACW 1896..1918)

1869-10-26

Washington Luís Pereira de Sousa, President of Brazil (d. 1957)

1869-9-08

Jane Loofbourrow, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1870-03-08

Count Stefenelli, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1872-01-11

George Washington Pierce, American physicist (d. 1956)

1874-02-06

Milton Bennett Medary, US, architect (Washington Chapel)

1874-06-17

Grant Mitchell, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1876-9-12

Elisabeth Freeman, On to Washington

1878-01-16

Harry Carey, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1878-04-30

Eleanor Washington, A Rightful Theft

1878-07-09

H.V. Kaltenborn, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1882-03-06

Guy Kibbee, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1884-08-07

Billie Burke [Mary William Ethelbert Appleton], Washington, DC, American actress (The Wizard of Oz, Merrily We Live)

1886-04-30

Dick Elliott, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1887-11-06

Walter Johnson, Humboldt Kansas, Washington Senator pitcher (1907-27) (414-218)

1888-06-02

Jack Wrenn, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1888-09-16

Almira Sessions, Washington DC, actress (Oklahoma Annie)

1889-05-14

Victor Scheurich, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1889-07-08

Eugene Pallette, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1889-12-29

Pierre Watkin, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1890-02-18

Edward Arnold, NYC, actor (Mr Smith Goes to Washington)

1890-02-18

Edward Arnold, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1892-06-05

Alexander Loudon, diplomat (Washington)

1892-10-15

Ina Claire, [Fagan], Washington DC, actress (Ninotchika)

1893-01-13

Robert Kalloch, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1895-01-01

J. Edgar Hoover, Washington, D.C., first Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (1924-72)

1897-10-11

George Preston Marshall, NFL team owner (Washington Redskins)

1899-02-27

Charles Herbert Best, Washington County, Maine, American-Canadian physiologist/co-discoverer (Insulin)

1899-04-29

Duke Ellington, Washington, District of Columbia, American bandleader, composer and pianist (Take the A Train)

1900-10-17

Jean Arthur, New York, American actress (Shane, Mr Smith Goes to Washington) (d. 1991)

1903-10-20

John Lodge, Washington DC, actor (Witchmaker)

1903-12-23

Fredi [Fredericka] Carolyn Washington, actress (Black & Tan)

1905-03-16

Mildred Washington, Tenderfeet

1905-9-10

Bennie Washington, The Twonky

1906-05-19

Bruce Bennett, Tacoma, Washington, American athlete and actor (Before I Hang, Sahara)

1906-05-30

Norris Goff, So This Is Washington

1907-06-11

Paul Mellon, US, oil magnate/pres (Washington National Gallery of Art)

1907-09-28

Glen "Turk" Edwards, NFL tackle (Boston/Washington Redskins)

1908-01-13

James Thomas Flexner, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1908-05-20

Jimmy Stewart [James], Indiana Pennsylvania, American actor (Mr Smith Goes to Washington, It's a Wonderful Life)

1908-05-23

Isabel Washington, St. Louis Blues

1908-06-26

Al Layter, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1909-07-13

Washington Castro, composer

1909-07-15

Howard Washington, Strangers on a Train

1910-06-17

Red Foley, Blue Lick Ky, country singer (Mr Smith Goes to Washington)

1910-10-08

Roswell Rogers, So This Is Washington

1911-08-16

Ronald Graham, Ladies of Washington

1912-10-22

Dulcie Day, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1912-10-25

Jack Kent Cooke, NFL team owner (Washington Redskins)

1913-01-31

Wayne Millner, NFL end (Boston/Washington Redskins)

1913-07-09

James McNamara, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1913-09-19

Frances Farmer, Seattle Washington, actress (Son of Fury, Among the Living)

1913-11-24

Howard Duff, Bremerton Washington, actor (Flamingo Road, Knots Landing)

1914-03-17

Sammy Baugh, Temple Texas, NFL hall of famer QB (Washington Redskins)

1914-9-26

Reuben Schafer, The Saint of Fort Washington

1915-04-15

Elizabeth Catlett, Washington D.C., sculptor and print maker (Mother and Child), (d. 2012)

1916-9-02

Joe Don Looney, Washington Redskins vs. Los Angeles Rams

1917-08-02

Dennette Harrod, Duke Ellington's Washington

1918-04-23

Gordon Hirabayshi, Seattle, Washington, American civil rights activist and WWII internment opponent (Hirabayshi v. United States), (d. 2012)

1918-07-26

Marjorie Lord [Wollenberg], San Francisco, California, American actress (Make Room for Daddy, Sherlock Holmes in Washington)

1918-07-26

Marjorie Lord, Sherlock Holmes in Washington

1918-07-27

Leonard Rose, Washington DC, concert cellist (NY Phil 1943-51)

1918-08-31

Kenny Washington, Pinky

1919-03-10

Harry Anderson, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1919-09-01

Roy John Britten, Washington, molecular biologist (repeated DNA sequences in eukaryotic genomes), (d. 2012)

1919-11-12

Jackie Washington, Hank Williams: The Show He Never Gave

1920-11-07

Max Kampelman, Washington Week in Review

1920-12-30

Michael Allinson, London England (George Washington)

1921-05-21

Leona Wood, Seattle Washington, painter and dancer

1921-08-26

Ben Bradlee, Boston, editor/journalist/executive (Washington Post)

1921-08-31

Harry Watson, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1921-10-16

Michael Conrad, Washington Hgts NY, actor (Delvecchio, Hill St Blues)

1921-12-24

Bill Dudley, NFL halfback (Pittsburgh, Detroit, Washington)

1922-04-15

Harold Washington, 1st black mayor of Chicago (D, 1983-87)

1922-04-15

Harold Washington, The 5th Annual Black Achievement Awards

1922-04-29

George Allen, football coach (LA Rams, Washington Redskins)

1922-06-27

George Theophilus Walker, Washington DC, composer (Praise of Lillies)

1923-03-24

Murray Hamilton, Washington NC, actor (Rich Man Poor Man)

1923-04-13

Ray Nichols, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1923-10-06

Hannah Washington, The Littlest Rebel

1923-12-03

Sally Mansfield, Little Washington

1923-12-25

Billy Watson, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1923-9-21

Jackie Lowe, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1924-02-25

William Washington, Broken Strings

1924-08-29

Dinah Washington, Chicago, singer (What a Difference a Day Makes)

1924-08-29

Dinah Washington, Shutter Island

1925-10-12

Essie Mae Washington-Williams, Episode #1.5

1926-07-01

Delmar Watson, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1926-10-16

Paul Duke, Washington Week in Review

1926-9-29

Arnold Freed, The Werewolf of Washington

1927-08-10

Vernon Washington, American actor (d. 1988)

1927-08-10

Vernon Washington, The Last Starfighter

1928-02-17

Treva Frazee, Arthur Mielke of the Washington Times Herald

1928-03-12

Edward Albee, Washington, DC, playwright (Virgina Woolfe, Zoo Story)

1928-9-11

Reubin Askew, Samantha Smith Goes to Washington: Campaign '84

1928-9-27

Garry Watson, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1929-01-18

James McCrane, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1929-02-28

LaVern Torgeson, Washington Redskins vs. Detroit Lions

1930-02-22

Allison Hayes, Washington, actress (Attack of the 50 Foot Woman)

1930-04-27

Erika Zahn, Wetzlar ist nicht Washington

1930-10-01

Walt Baker, The Werewolf of Washington

1931-01-23

Petey Greene, Petey Greene's Washington

1932-02-27

Ron Erhardt, New York Jets vs. Washington Redskins

1934-01-13

Rip Taylor, Washington, D.C., American actor and comedian (Gong Show, $1.98 Beauty Show)

1934-06-03

Washington Novaes, Xingu, A Terra Ameaçada

1934-09-16

Elgin Baylor, Washington D.C., NBA star (1958-59 Rookie of Year-Lakers)

1934-10-04

Sam Huff, NFL linebacker (NY Giants, Washington Redskins)

1934-10-26

Rodney Hundley, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Bullets

1935-01-30

Richard Brautigan, Tacoma Washington, novelist/poet (Trout Fishing in America)

1935-04-23

Dieter Kürten, Show #368 - Kai Edel in Washington

1935-07-24

Pat Oliphant, Oliphant: The Washington Star's Political Cartoonist

1935-09-12

Allan B Swift, (Rep-D-Washington, 1979- )

1936-03-05

Dean Stockwell, California, actor (Werewolf of Washington, Blue Velvet)

1936-11-25

Matt Clark, Washington DC, actor/director (Return to Oz, Horror Show)

1937-06-07

Bert sugar, Washington D.C., sports writer (Sting like a Bee), (d. 2012)

1937-10-25

Washington Rodrigues, O Diabo Mora No Sangue

1938-01-05

Edwin Elliason, Washington, US archer (Olympic-92)

1938-05-26

William Elden Bolcom, Seattle Washington, composer (Oracles)

1938-07-09

Paul Seiko Chihara, Seattle Washington, US/Japanese composer

1938-12-09

[David] Deacon Jones, NFL defensive end (LA, SD, Washington), (d. 2013)

1939-01-08

Bentley Anderson, George Washington

1939-02-08

Ken Iman, Washington Redskins vs. Los Angeles Rams

1939-03-01

Little Joe Washington, Royal Crown and a Moon Pie: The David Beebe Story

1939-12-17

Charles V Bush, Washington, African-American pioneer (1st African-American US Air Force Academy Graduate and US Supreme Court Page), (d. 2012)

1940-03-10

Joe Bugel, HOF Game Indianapolis Colts vs. Washington Redskins

1940-03-25

Joe Carollo, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins

1940-05-10

Taurean Blacque, Newark New Jersey, actor (Neal Washington-Hill Street Blues)

1940-05-25

Clifton McNeil, Washington Redskins vs. Los Angeles Rams

1940-11-13

Justine "Baby" Washington, US singer (Only Those in Love)

1940-11-25

Joe Gibbs, Mocksville North Carolina, American football coach (Washington Redskins)

1941-04-18

Walt Sweeney, Washington Redskins vs. Los Angeles Rams

1941-05-12

Little Jayotis Washington, US R&B singer (Persuasions)

1941-07-19

Jennifer Dunn, (Rep-R-Washington)

1941-07-19

Vikki Carr, Christmas in Washington

1941-10-12

Craig A Washington, (Rep-D-Texas)

1941-11-06

Gregory Abels, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1941-9-06

Danny Davis, Mr. Schneider Goes to Washington

1942-06-21

Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky, Ms. Smith Goes to Washington

1942-08-10

Speedy Duncan, Washington Redskins vs. Detroit Lions

1942-08-30

Coy Bacon, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1943-01-06

Adele Palacios, Washington 4, Indians 3

1943-03-26

Robert "Bob" Woodward, Geneva Illinois, Washington Post investigative reporter (Watergate, CIA crimes)

1943-05-15

Rickie Harris, Washington Redskins vs. Oakland Raiders

1943-06-14

David Toll, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1943-09-28

Mike Kreidler, (Rep-D-Washington)

1943-10-14

Lance Rentzel, Washington Redskins vs. Los Angeles Rams

1943-12-12

Grover Washington Jr, jazz artist (Mr Magic)

1943-12-12

Grover Washington Jr., Four Brothers

1944-02-14

Carl Bernstein, Washington Post investigative reporter (Watergate)

1944-04-19

Dick Absher, Washington Redskins vs. Los Angeles Rams

1944-04-26

Martha Rockwell, Providence RI, skier (Mount Washington)

1944-11-07

Tommy Hart, Chicago Bears vs. Washington Redskins

1945-01-08

John Outlaw, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1945-03-08

Jim Chapman, Washington, District of Columbia, American politician (Rep-D-TX, 1985-1997)

1945-05-12

Jayotis Washington, rocker

1945-08-31

Pete Barnes, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Redskins

1945-09-23

Ronald Bushy, Washington DC, rock drummer (Iron Butterfly)

1945-10-12

Wolfram Berger, Suzie Washington

1946-03-23

Vic Washington, Minnesota Vikings vs. Buffalo Bills

1946-08-19

Fred Carr, Green Bay Packers vs. Washington Redskins

1946-09-30

William Thurston, Washington, mathematician (Fields Medal, 1982), (d. 2012)

1946-10-19

Kenneth Washington, Westworld

1946-10-20

Connie Chung, Washington DC, news ancher (NBC, CBS)

1946-12-11

Perry Williams, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1946-12-17

Russ Washington, Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Diego Chargers

1947-01-07

Mohammad Reza Lotfi, Hajji Washington

1947-01-14

Gene Washington, Lady Cocoa

1947-01-24

Bill Bradley, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1947-02-03

Joe Coleman, baseball pitcher (Washington, Detroit)

1947-03-24

Christine Gregoire, American politician, current governor of Washington

1947-04-07

Charles 'skip' Pitts, Washington D.C., soul and blues guitarist (Shaft), (d. 2012)

1947-04-27

Mack Alston, Washington Redskins vs. Baltimore Colts

1947-07-01

Harold McLinton, Green Bay Packers vs. Washington Redskins

1947-07-09

Spike Jones, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1947-12-13

Lemar Parrish, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1947-12-28

Marcus Washington, Super Bowl X

1947-12-30

Steve Mix, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Bullets

1948-02-05

Ron Saul, Green Bay Packers vs. Washington Redskins

1948-02-15

Ron "Penguin" Cey, Tacoma, Washington, American MLB 3rd baseman (LA Dodgers)

1948-02-16

Ted Washington, Houston Oilers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1948-03-20

Art Malone, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1948-07-17

Ron Asheton, Washington DC, guitarist and song writer (Iggy Pop), (d. 2009).

1948-08-17

Robert Redding, The Werewolf of Washington

1948-08-26

Preston Washington, One Man's Cornbread

1948-10-04

Earl Thomas, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Redskins

1948-11-03

Tom Shales, TV critic (Washington Post)

1948-12-21

Samuel L. Jackson, Washington DC, actor (Amos & Andrew, White Sand, Pulp Fiction)

1948-9-12

Dave Washington, Minnesota Vikings vs. San Francisco 49ers

1949-01-18

Tony McGee, Washington Redskins vs. Green Bay Packers

1949-02-13

Stephen Wolfsberger, No Retreat from Destiny: The Battle That Rescued Washington

1949-02-18

Jerry Morales, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1949-03-09

Greg Blache, HOF Game Indianapolis Colts vs. Washington Redskins

1949-07-19

John V. O'Donnell, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1949-11-19

Michael Waldron, The Saint of Fort Washington

1949-11-30

Arthur Lee Washington Jr, Neptune NJ, murderer (FBI Most Wanted)

1950-02-06

Punky Meadows, Washington DC, rock guitarist (Angel)

1950-05-23

Bruce Laird, Washington Redskins vs. San Diego Chargers

1950-08-04

Caldwell Jones, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Bullets

1950-08-14

Gary Larson, Tacoma, Washington, cartoonist (Far Side)

1950-10-11

Patty Murry, (Sen-D Washington)

1950-12-13

Brad Dusek, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1950-9-28

Pauletta Washington, Beloved

1951-02-09

Jay Inslee, (Rep-D-Washington)

1951-06-02

Mario Licu, The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington

1951-06-11

Doug Kotar, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1951-06-30

Stephen S Oswald, Seattle Washington, astronaut (STS 42, 56, 67)

1951-07-10

Joe Washington, Minnesota Vikings vs. Atlanta Falcons

1951-07-28

Anthony A. Williams, Mayor of Washington, D.C.

1951-10-22

Dennis Johnson, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Redskins

1951-9-01

Brian Kelley, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1951-9-20

Bob Franks, Mr. Smithereen Goes to Washington

1951-9-29

Washington Olivetto, Pele Forever

1952-03-14

Garry Puetz, Washington Redskins vs. New York Jets

1952-04-29

Ron Washington, 2007 MLB All-Star Game

1952-12-08

Gary Burley, Atlanta Falcons vs. Washington Redskins

1952-9-09

Bonnie Large, The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington

1952-9-16

Willard Harrell, Green Bay Packers vs. Washington Redskins

1953-01-18

Neil O'Donoghue, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Redskins

1953-02-15

Pat Tilley, Washington Redskins vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1953-04-17

J.T. Turner, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1953-07-01

Mike Washington, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1953-08-23

Billy Shields, Washington Redskins vs. San Diego Chargers

1953-09-12

Nancy "Nan" Goldin, Washington D.C., Photographer

1953-10-10

Gus Williams, NBA guard (Golden State, Seattle, Washington)

1953-10-27

U.L. Washington, Game 3

1953-11-27

Karl Ferdinand Kratzl, Suzie Washington

1953-12-08

Sam Kinison, Yakima, Washington, screaming comedian and actor (Back to School, Charlie Hoover)

1953-9-24

Joe Washington, Super Bowl XVIII

1954-01-30

Lee Nelson, Washington Redskins vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1954-08-11

Tom Beasley, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1954-08-25

Pete Shaw, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1954-08-31

Claudell Washington, 1984 MLB All-Star Game

1954-11-03

Shelley Washington, Hair

1954-12-04

Perry Brooks, Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins

1954-12-28

Denzel Washington, Mount Vernon NY, actor (Dr Chandler-St Elsewhere)

1954-12-28

Denzel Washington, Training Day

1954-9-09

Greg Coleman, Washington Redskins vs. San Francisco 49ers

1955-03-26

Richard Galgano, Broadway Plays Washington on Kennedy Center Tonight

1955-08-03

Alfred Jackson, Atlanta Falcons vs. Washington Redskins

1955-12-09

Terry Jackson, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1955-9-06

Pamela Zinszer, The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington

1955-9-16

Pat Ryan, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins

1956-04-29

Tom Pridemore, Atlanta Falcons vs. Washington Redskins

1956-08-29

Edddie Murray, NFL kicker (Washington Redskins, Minnesota Vikings)

1957-04-20

Joe Bostic, Washington Redskins vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1957-05-09

Don Smith, Atlanta Falcons vs. Washington Redskins

1957-05-09

Wayne Smith, Washington Redskins vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1957-9-04

Wayne Wilson, Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys

1958-01-04

Matt Frewer, Washington DC, actor (Max Headroom, Doctor Doctor)

1958-08-02

John Scully, Atlanta Falcons vs. Washington Redskins

1958-08-20

Ukee Washington, Signs

1958-10-13

Maria Cantwell, (Rep-D-Washington)

1958-12-10

Calvin Muhammad, Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys

1959-05-05

Keith Elliot Greenberg, Washington Fugitive

1959-10-03

Fred Couples, Seattle Washington, American golfer and Masters Champion (1992)

1959-12-17

Michelle Mackall, Washington DC, LPGA golfer (1995 Friendly's-32nd)

1960-02-08

Dino Ciccarelli, Sarnia Ontario, NHL right wing (Minnesota North Stars, Washington Capitals)

1960-02-15

Darrell Green, NFL cornerback (Washington Redskins)

1960-07-31

Dale Hunter, Petrolia, NHL center (Washington Capitals)

1960-07-31

Dale Hunter, Game 4: Detriot Red Wings vs. Washington Capitals

1960-08-23

Randy St. Claire, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1960-09-12

Lynn Connelly, Washington DC, LPGA golfer (1988 USX Golf Classic-6th)

1960-10-12

Lionel Washington, cornerback (Oakland Raiders)

1960-10-21

Lionel Washington, NFL cornerback (Denver Broncos)

1960-10-21

Lionel Washington, Denver Broncos vs. San Diego Chargers

1961-01-13

John Tuggle, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1961-02-05

Clyde Duncan, Washington Redskins vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1961-06-28

Jeff Malone, NBA guard (Washington Bullets, Miami Heat)

1961-07-07

Dean Hamel, Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys

1961-07-21

Henry Ellard, NFL wide receiver (Washington Redskins)

1961-10-09

Trevor Matich, NFL center/guard (Washington Redskins)

1961-9-27

Terry Orr, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1962-02-01

E.J. Jones, Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys

1962-03-26

John Stockton, Spokane Washington, NBA guard (Utah Jazz, Olympics-gold-96)

1962-06-25

Dan Turk, NFL center (Washington Redskins)

1962-06-26

Marin Hopper, The Saint of Fort Washington

1962-07-10

Joel Hilgenberg, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1962-08-09

Jim Johnson, New Hope, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1962-12-12

Ray Brown, NFL guard (Washington Redskins, SF 49ers)

1962-12-19

Ethan Horton, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1963-01-28

Colleen Harp, Washington DC, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-9th-1994)

1963-02-18

John Gesek, NFL center (Washington Redskins)

1963-02-20

John Washington, 1986 NFL Draft

1963-03-03

Kelly Miller, Detroit, NHL left wing (Washington Capitals)

1963-03-07

Mike Eagles, Sussex, NHL center (Washington Capitals)

1963-05-30

Lynda Wiesmeier, Washington DC, playmate (Jul, 1982)

1963-06-04

Jim Lachey, NFL tackle (Washington Redskins)

1963-08-03

Isaiah Washington, American actor

1963-08-03

Isaiah Washington, Romeo Must Die

1963-08-29

Belinda Washington, Episode dated 11 October 2006

1963-10-23

Richard R. Snedden Sr., George Washington

1963-12-31

Ed Simmons, NFL tackle (Washington Redskins)

1963-12-31

Ed Simmons, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1963-9-02

Max Zendejas, Washington Redskins vs. Denver Broncos

1964-01-12

Lynne Marie Thurik, Vancouver Wash, Miss Washington-America (1991)

1964-02-05

Duff McKagan [Michael Andrew], Seattle, Washington, American bassist (Guns N' Roses)

1964-02-15

Mark Price, NBA guard (Washington Bullets, Orlando Magic)

1964-04-22

Bob McCann, NBA forward (Washington Bullets)

1964-07-30

Buzz Mooney, No Retreat from Destiny: The Battle That Rescued Washington

1964-10-07

Kenneth Brian Howard, George Washington

1964-12-21

Keith Taylor, NFL safety (Washington Redskins)

1965-01-10

James Washington, NFL safety (Dallas Cowboys, Wash Redskins)

1965-01-10

James Washington, Super Bowl XXVII

1965-01-29

Tim Johnson, NFL defensive tackle (Washington Redskins)

1965-02-22

Joe Reekie, Victoria, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1965-05-06

Ken Harvey, NFL linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1965-05-06

Ken Harvey, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1965-05-09

Marc Logan, NFL running back (Washington Redskins)

1965-07-23

Gail Washington, Revelations

1965-09-10

Brian Washington, NFL safety (KC Chiefs)

1965-09-11

Tony Woods, NFL defensive end (Washington Redskins)

1965-10-11

Tony Woods, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1965-10-12

Todd Krygier, Chicago Heights, NHL left wing (Anaheim, Washington)

1965-10-22

Marvin Washington, NFL defensive end (NY Jets, SF 49ers)

1965-10-22

Marvin Washington, Super Bowl XXXIII

1965-10-24

Vernice Smith, NFL guard (Washington Redskins, St Louis Rams)

1965-12-17

Craig Berube, Calahoo, NHL left wing (Washington Capitals)

1965-9-10

Brian Washington, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Oakland Raiders

1966-01-14

Matt Brock, New York Jets vs. Washington Redskins

1966-01-16

Anthony Washington, Glasgow Montana, discus thrower (Olympics-4th-96)

1966-01-19

Sylvain Cote, Duberger, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1966-01-20

Rainn Wilson, Seattle, Washington, American actor (The Office, Juno)

1966-01-25

Dan Washington, Good Will Hunting

1966-01-28

Jeff Uhlenhake, NFL center (NO Saints, Washington Redskins)

1966-01-28

Michal Pivonka, Kladno Cze, NHL center (Washington Capitals)

1966-05-09

Mark Tinordi, Red Deer, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1966-06-14

Rod Stephens, NFL linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1966-06-27

Jeff Conine, Tacoma Washington, outfielder (Florida Marlins)

1966-07-07

Jeff Shaw, Washington Ohio, pitcher (Cin Reds)

1966-08-28

Teresa Zarzeczny Bell, Washington Crossing NJ, rower (Oly-silver-1996)

1966-12-01

Mike Flores, NFL defensive end (Washington Redskins)

1966-12-26

Tim Legler, NBA guard (Washington Wizards/Bullets)

1967-01-01

Andy Heck, Washington Redskins vs. San Francisco 49ers

1967-01-07

Scott Galbraith, NFL tight end (Washington Redskins, Dallas Cowboys)

1967-01-23

Christine Parris-Washington, Truro Nova Scotia, softball (Olympics-96)

1967-02-14

Calle Johansson, Goteborg Swe, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1967-02-20

Kurt Cobain, Aberdeen Washington, rock vocalist (Nirvana)

1967-05-01

Marvcus Patton, NFL linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1967-07-11

Fred Washington, 1990 NFL Draft

1967-07-17

Kevin Pritchard, NBA guard (Washington Bullets)

1967-08-16

Matt Vanderbeek, NFL linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1967-08-17

James Jenkins, NFL tight end (Washington Redskins)

1967-08-17

James Jenkins, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1967-10-10

Frank Wainright, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1967-10-21

Stanley Richard, NFL safety (Washington Redskins)

1967-12-05

Victor Jones, Denver Broncos vs. Washington Redskins

1967-12-12

Dave Szott, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1968-01-05

Joe Juneau, Pont-rouge, NHL center (Washington Capitals)

1968-01-15

Bob Dahl, NFL guard (Washington Redskins)

1968-02-07

Peter Bondra, Lutsk Ukr, NHL right wing (Washington Capitals)

1968-02-07

Peter Bondra, NHL: Washington Capitals 10 Greatest Games

1968-04-13

Ted Washington, NFL nose tackle (Buffalo Bills)

1968-04-13

Ted Washington, Super Bowl XXXVIII

1968-05-06

Clarence Jones, Carolina Panthers vs. Washington Redskins

1968-06-05

Bradley J. Howard, Mr. Firth Goes to Washington

1968-06-11

Staci Baldwin, Miss Washington USA (1996)

1968-06-16

Matt Turk, NFL punter (Washington Redskins)

1968-07-08

C B Washington, NFLer (Jacksonville Jaguars)

1968-07-08

Mickey Washington, Super Bowl XXVIII

1968-07-30

Terry Crews, NFL linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1968-08-18

Brian Mitchell, NFL running back (Washington Redskins)

1968-10-07

Erick Anderson, NFL linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1968-10-19

Sinitta, Seattle, Washington, British-American singer (So Macho, Toy Boy)

1968-11-08

Keith Jones, Brantford, NHL right wing (Washington Capitals)

1968-12-09

Brent Price, NBA guard (Houston Rockets, Washington Bullets)

1968-12-17

Curtis Pride, Washington DC, outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1968-12-27

Monica Washington, One Survivor Remembers

1968-12-28

Darrick Brownlow, NFL linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1969-01-03

Steve Poapst, Cornwall, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1969-02-03

Robert Pack, NBA guard (Washington Bullets, Dallas Mavericks)

1969-03-12

Muhammad Oliver, NFL cornerback/safety (Washington Redskins)

1969-03-13

Kevin Kaminski, Churchbridge, NHL center (Washington Capitals)

1969-04-11

Jesse Campbell, NFL safety (NY Giants, Washington Redskins)

1969-04-15

Phillippi Sparks, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1969-06-20

Malivai Washington, Glenn Cove NY, tennis star (Olympics-96)

1969-06-20

MaliVai Washington, US Open 2007

1969-07-26

Marc Boutte, NFL defensive tackle (Washington Redskins)

1969-10-22

Hector Carrasco, New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals

1969-11-01

Darryl Ashmore, NFL tackle (Washington Redskins)

1969-11-03

Leslie Shepherd, NFL wide receiver (Washington Redskins)

1969-12-19

Michael Bates, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1970-01-14

Eric Charron, Verdun, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1970-01-26

Katreniah L. Washington, Die Hard: With a Vengeance

1970-04-06

Olaf Kolzig, Johannesbourg Saf, NHL goalie (Washington Capitals)

1970-04-09

Olaf Kolzig, Johannesburg SAF, NHL goalie (Team Germany, Washington)

1970-04-10

Sean Gilbert, defensive tackle (Washington Redskins)

1970-04-21

Stewart Malgunas, Prince George, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1970-04-22

Coleman Bell, NFL tight end (Washington Redskins)

1970-06-01

Shane Matthews, Indianapolis Colts vs. Washington Redskins

1970-06-16

Michael Husted, Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants

1970-07-09

Trent Green, NFL quarterback (Washington Redskins)

1970-10-14

Fernando Baez, Washington Heights

1970-11-29

Boris Eder, Suzie Washington

1970-12-08

Chauncey B. Raglin-Washington, The Big 'What Have We Done?' Episode

1970-12-15

Mitchell Butler, NBA guard (Washington Bullets, Cleveland Cavaliers)

1970-9-16

James Landrith, Documentary: National March on Washington Against the War on Iraq

1971-01-19

Reggie Brooks, NFL running back (Washington Redskins)

1971-02-04

Sterling Palmer, NFL defensive end (Washington Redskins)

1971-02-14

Gheorghe Muresan, NBA center (Washington Bullets/Wizards)

1971-02-16

Larry Jones, NFL running back (Washington Redskins)

1971-04-24

Ken Klee, Indianapolis, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1971-05-19

Darryl Morrison, NFL safety (Washington Redskins)

1971-06-20

William Gaines, NFL defensive tackle (Washington Redskins)

1971-07-17

Calbert Cheaney, NBA forward/guard (Washington Bullets/Wizards)

1971-07-22

William Bell, NFL running back (Washington Redskins)

1971-07-31

Gus Frerotte, NFL quarterback (Washington Redskins)

1971-08-12

Pete Sampras, Washington, D.C., tennis champ (14 grand slam titles)

1971-08-19

Kellynn Jones, George Washington Realty

1971-08-30

Tre Johnson, NFL guard (Washington Redskins)

1971-11-15

Roy Janke, Washington Sniper

1971-11-22

Paul Guenther, Indianapolis Colts vs. Washington Redskins

1971-12-31

Heath Shuler, NFL quarterback (Washington Redskins, NO Saints)

1972-01-05

Joseph Patton, NFL guard (Washington Redskins)

1972-01-18

Ryan Kuehl, defensive tackle (Washington Redskins)

1972-02-26

Scott Turner, NFL cornerback/safety (Washington Redskins)

1972-02-27

Charles Washington Jr., Fallen

1972-03-09

Marcia M Griffith, Washington DC, Miss America-Maryland (1996)

1972-03-09

Sara Nicole Williams, Miss USA-Washington (1997)

1972-05-22

Rich Owens, NFL defensive end (Washington Redskins)

1972-05-31

Bryan Walker, safety (Washington Redskins)

1972-07-07

Michael Westbrook, NFL wide receiver (Washington Redskins)

1972-07-26

Tydus Winans, NFL/CFL wide receiver (Washington Redskins, Roughriders)

1972-07-30

Jim McIlvaine, NBA center (Washington Bullets, Seattle Supersonics)

1972-08-03

Jason Buckley, Washington Interns Gone Bad

1972-08-20

Sean Washington, Rendezvous

1972-09-05

Tom Carter, NFL cornerback (Washington Redskins)

1972-10-23

Patrise Alexander, linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1972-10-31

Jamie Asher, NFL tight end (Washington Redskins)

1972-10-31

Jamie Asher, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1972-11-11

Steve Konowalchuk, Salt Lake City, NHL center (Washington Capitals)

1972-12-17

Dewayne Washington, cornerback (Minnesota Vikings)

1972-12-18

Jeff Nelson, Prince Albert, NHL center (Washington Capitals)

1972-12-18

Keith Washington, Super Bowl XXXV

1972-12-27

Dewayne Washington, NFL cornerback (Minnesota Vikings)

1972-12-27

Dewayne Washington, Tennessee Titans vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1972-12-31

Kelvin Kinney, defensive end (Washington Redskins)

1972-9-14

Donnell Bennett, Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans Saints

1972-9-23

Ana Marie Cox, Washington DC

1973-02-07

Juwan Howard, NBA forward/center (Washington Bullets/Wizards)

1973-02-28

Henry Bailey, New York Jets vs. Washington Redskins

1973-03-01

Chris Webber, NBA forward (Washington Bullets/Wizards)

1973-03-03

Cory Raymer, NFL center (Washington Redskins)

1973-03-04

Phillip Daniels, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins

1973-03-21

Larry Bowie, running back (Washington Redskins)

1973-04-22

Christopher Sanders, tight end (Washington Redskins)

1973-05-28

Pat Peake, Rochester, NHL center (Washington Capitals)

1973-06-14

Sam Shade, Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins

1973-06-15

Chilimbwe Washington, White Devil

1973-08-16

Damian Jackson, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1973-08-24

Andrew Brunette, Sudbury, NHL left wing (Washington Capitals)

1973-09-03

Brian Thure, NFL tackle (Washington Redskins)

1973-09-13

Philip Dulebohn, Washington DC, figure skater (1997 Eastern Sr - 3rd)

1973-10-01

John Thomson, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1973-12-10

Bernard Holsey, Washington Redskins vs. Miami Dolphins

1973-12-18

Keith Washington, NFL defensive end (Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens)

1973-12-22

Jamel Williams, safety (Washington Redskins)

1974-01-03

Stefan Ustorf, Kaufbeuren Ger, NHL right wing (Washington Capitals)

1974-01-15

Ray King, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1974-03-01

Stephen Davis, running back (Washington Redskins)

1974-03-21

Sean McDermott, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1974-03-23

Eric Washington, NBA guard (Denver Nuggets)

1974-04-25

Twan Russell, linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1974-05-10

Janet Reasons, Port Orchard Washington, Miss America-Washington (1997)

1974-05-13

Albert Connell, wide receiver (Washington Redskins)

1974-05-16

Keith Thibodeaux, cornerback (Washington Redskins)

1974-05-22

Greg Jones, linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1974-05-31

Jim Carey, Dorchester MA, NHL goalie (Washington Capitals)

1974-08-07

Eugene Washington, School Reunion

1975-01-11

Brad Badger, guard (Washington Redskins)

1975-01-11

Brad Badger, Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys

1975-01-18

Derek Smith, linebacker (Washington Redskins)

1975-01-31

Kenard Lang, defensive end (Washington Redskins)

1975-02-20

Brendan Witt, Humboldt, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1975-02-27

Marcus Robinson, Minnesota Vikings vs. Washington Redskins

1975-04-28

James Thrash, wide receiver (Washington Redskins)

1975-05-27

Jose Cortez, Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys

1975-07-21

Mike Sellers, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1975-08-29

Adrian Gorrissen, Washington Sniper

1975-11-22

Warrick Holdman, Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys

1975-12-02

Mark Kotsay, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1976-01-19

Randy Thomas, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Washington Redskins

1976-01-28

Jon Jansen, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins

1976-03-23

Nolan Baumgartner, Calgary, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1976-08-02

Michael Weiss, Washington DC, figure skater (1997 World Champ-7th)

1976-10-19

Amber Hamilton, Auburn Washington, Miss America-Washington (1996)

1977-01-31

Kerry Washington, American actress

1977-01-31

Kerry Washington, Django Unchained

1977-03-19

David Ross, Washington Nationals vs. Atlanta Braves

1977-04-04

Joshua Tunick, Mr. Smithereen Goes to Washington

1977-08-05

Eric Hinske, Washington Nationals vs. Atlanta Braves

1977-12-04

Emily Ballard, Miss Washington Teen USA (1996)

1977-9-24

Casey Rabach, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1978-03-18

Todd Yoder, 2008 Kickoff Game: Washington Redskins at New York Giants

1978-04-29

Tony Armas, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1978-05-15

Juqua Parker, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1978-05-19

Jaerin Washington, Million Dollar Baby

1978-10-27

Sabrina Washington, Episode #9.19

1978-11-14

Xavier Nady, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Washington Nationals

1978-11-24

Katherine Heigl, Washington, D.C., actress (Grey's Anatomy)

1978-12-18

Carl Washington, Killjoy

1979-02-08

Najeh Davenport, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Washington Redskins

1979-02-16

Emma Louise DeSilets, Miss Washington Teen USA (1997)

1979-04-26

Joshua Kuchta, A Haunting on Washington Avenue: The Temple Theatre

1979-07-03

Kerry Gorman, No Retreat from Destiny: The Battle That Rescued Washington

1979-07-21

David Carr, New York Giants at Washington Redskins

1979-07-30

Derek Waters, Washington D.C.

1979-08-21

Kelley Washington, Baltimore Ravens at Green Bay Packers

1979-08-27

Ladell Betts, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1979-12-03

Rock Cartwright, New York Giants at Washington Redskins

1979-9-03

Demetric Evans, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Washington Redskins

1980-01-11

Mike Williams, New York Giants at Washington Redskins

1980-05-20

Austin Kearns, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1980-05-25

Scott Hairston, New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals

1980-9-07

Derrick Dockery, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1981-06-17

Albert Haynesworth, New York Giants at Washington Redskins

1982-03-02

Sean Jones, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1982-08-04

Kimberley Rogers, George Washington

1982-11-04

Reed Doughty, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1983-02-26

Jerome Harrison, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1983-04-08

Greg Washington, Olympus Has Fallen

1983-04-14

Tamara Luciano, TURN: Washington's Spies

1983-06-18

Dimitri Patterson, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1983-08-03

Andrew Washington, Homecoming

1983-08-16

Colt Brennan, NFL Quarterback, Washington Redskins

1983-08-28

Nate Washington, Super Bowl XLIII

1983-11-23

Broderick Bunkley, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1983-9-01

Mike Patterson, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1984-01-16

Stephon Heyer, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1984-01-22

Jeremy Wade, No Retreat from Destiny: The Battle That Rescued Washington

1984-05-27

Parin Udani, Denzel Washington: The Preacher's Son

1984-06-26

Elijah Dukes, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1984-07-28

John David Washington, Pilot

1984-12-26

Byron Westbrook, HOF Game Indianapolis Colts vs. Washington Redskins

1985-01-25

Brent Celek, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1985-04-05

Lastings Milledge, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1985-12-06

Darius Washington, Exit Interview

1986-01-15

Fred Davis, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1986-11-11

Stephen Vazquez, George Washington

1987-01-30

Tyler Moore, New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals

1988-05-24

Billy Gilman, Christmas in Washington

1989-06-21

Jascha Washington, Big Momma's House

1991-04-10

Olivia Washington, Lee Daniels' The Butler

1996-9-13

Henry Raven, No Retreat from Destiny: The Battle That Rescued Washington

Washington - Notable Weddings

George WashingtonJan 6, 1759

Mary Baker EddyDec 10, 1843

William Tecumseh ShermanMay 1, 1850

Booker T. WashingtonAug 2, 1882

Walter JohnsonJun 24, 1914

Henry KissingerFeb 6, 1949

Joseph McCarthySep 29, 1953

Elgin BaylorJun 22, 1958

Carl BernsteinApr 14, 1976

Denzel WashingtonJun 25, 1983

Alan GreenspanApr 6, 1997

Conan O'BrienJan 12, 2002

Zooey DeschanelSep 19, 2009

Washington - Weddings
Date Event
1759-01-06

US 1st President George Washington marries Martha Dandridge Custis at White House Plantation

1843-12-10

Author and religious leader Mary Baker Eddy (22) weds building contractor George Washington Glover (32) in Tilton, New Hampshire

1850-05-01

Soldier William Tecumseh Sherman (30) weds Eleanor Boyle Ewing in Washington, D.C.

1882-08-02

Education pioneer Booker T. Washington (26) weds Fanny Smith

1886-08-11

Education pioneer Booker T. Washington (30) weds Olivia Davidson (32) Athens, Ohio

1893-10-12

Education pioneer Booker T. Washington (37) weds Margaret James Murray

1914-06-24

MLB greatest pitcher Walter Johnson (26) weds Hazel Lee Roberts in Northwest, Washington DC

1949-02-06

Diplomat Henry Kissinger (25) weds Ann Fleisher (23) in Washington Heights, Manhattan

1953-09-29

US Senator Joseph McCarthy (43) weds researcher Jean Kerr at St. Matthews Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

1958-06-22

NBA forward Elgin Baylor (23) weds Ruby Saunder at Mt Olive Baptist Church in Washington, DC

1968-04-20

The Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein (24) weds fellow reporter Carol Honsa

1976-04-14

The Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein (32) weds writer and director Nora Ephron (34) at a civil ceremony in Manhattan

1983-06-25

Actor Denzel Washington (28) weds actress Pauletta Pearson (33)

1996-02-14

Secretary of Defense and former US Senator William Cohen of Maine (56) weds Black Entertainment Television host Janet Langhart (54) at United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.

1996-12-07

Former Tennessee Republican Senator Howard Baker (71) weds retired Kansas GOP Senator Nancy Kassebaum (64) in Washington, D.C.

1997-04-06

Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan (71) weds NBC News correspondent Andrea Mitchell (50) at Little Washington in Washington, Virginia

2002-01-12

TV Host Conan O'Brien (38) weds Liza Powel (31) at St. James Cathedral in Seattle, Washington

2009-09-19

"500 Days of Summer" actress Zooey Deschanel (29) weds "Death Cab for Cutie" singer Ben Gibbard (33) in Seattle, Washington

2012-11-13

Soccer goalkeeper and a double Olympic gold medalist Hope Solo (31) weds former NFL tight end Jerramy Stevens (33) in Washington

2013-06-24

Actress Kerry Washington (36) weds NFL star Nnamdi Asomugha (32) in Blaine County, Idaho

Washington - Notable Deaths

George WashingtonDec 14, 1799

Martha WashingtonMay 22, 1802

Washington IrvingNov 28, 1859

Booker T. WashingtonNov 14, 1915

Woodrow WilsonFeb 3, 1924

Walter JohnsonDec 10, 1946

Vince LombardiSep 3, 1970

Kurt CobainApr 5, 1994

Washington - Deaths
Date Event
1776-06-27

Thomas Hickey, plan to hand George Washington to British, executed

1789-08-25

Mary Ball Washington, mother of George, dies

1799-12-14

George Washington, 1st president USA (1789-97), dies at 66

1799-12-14

George Washington,

1802-05-22

Martha Washington, 1st US First Lady (1789-97), dies at 70

1829-04-30

George Washington Adams, son of John Q Adams, dies on City Is NYC

1843-07-09

Washington Allston, US painter/author, dies at 63

1849-10-16

George Washington Williams, 1st major black historian, dies

1859-11-28

Washington Irving, American author (Legend of Sleepy Hollow), dies of a heart attack at 76

1859-11-28

Washington Irving, Sleepy Hollow

1864-06-01

Solomon George Washington Dill, poor white ally of blacks, assassinated in his home by white terrorists in SC

1876-10-18

Francis Preston Blair, newspaper editor (Washington Globe), dies at 85

1881-10-31

George Washington De Long, American Arctic Explorer, dies during his disastrous expedition to the North Pole at 37

1891-08-04

George Washington Williams, historian (History of Negro), dies at 41

1893-05-04

George Washington Hewitt, composer, dies at 82

1896-11-22

George Washington Gale Ferris, inventor (Ferris wheel), dies

1898-03-17

Blanche Kelso Bruce, (Sen-Miss, 1875-1881), dies at 57, in Washington

1902-04-19

Octavius L. Pruden, Admiral Dewey Receiving the Washington and New York Committees

1911-04-13

George Washington Glick, American politician (b. 1827)

1915-11-14

Booker T. Washington, educator/organizier, dies at 59 in Tuskegee Ala

1915-11-14

Booker T. Washington, By Right of Birth

1924-02-03

Woodrow Wilson, 28th US president (1913-21), dies at his home in Washington at 67

1933-09-07

Mildred Washington, Tenderfeet

1942-02-27

Elisabeth Freeman, On to Washington

1943-01-05

George Washington Carver, famous black scientist, dies at 81

1943-01-07

George Washington Crile, American Surgeon (blood transfusion, surgical shock), dies at 78

1946-12-10

Walter Johnson, great pitcher (Washington Senators), dies of a brain tumour at 59

1947-09-21

Harry Carey, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1947-10-19

Robert Kalloch, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1950-03-20

Lionel Banks, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1950-07-04

Ronald Graham, Ladies of Washington

1952-03-01

Count Stefenelli, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1953-10-28

Eleanor Washington, A Rightful Theft

1954-09-03

Eugene Pallette, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1954-12-01

Dulcie Day, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1955-01-31

Ford Washington Lee, Cabin in the Sky

1956-04-26

Edward Arnold, actor (Mr Smith Goes to Washington), dies at 66

1956-04-26

Edward Arnold, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1956-05-24

Guy Kibbee, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1957-05-01

Grant Mitchell, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1957-08-04

Washington Luís Pereira de Sousa, President of Brazil (b. 1869)

1958-12-01

Bertram Millhauser, Sherlock Holmes in Washington

1959-05-11

Gene Havlick, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1960-02-03

Pierre Watkin, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1960-02-22

Jane Loofbourrow, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1961-12-22

Dick Elliott, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1962-08-30

Jackie Lowe, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1963-12-14

Dinah Washington, singer, dies of sleeping pill overdose at 39

1963-12-14

Dinah Washington, Shutter Island

1965-01-12

Porcupine, in Washington DC zoo, dies at 27; oldest known rodent

1965-06-14

H.V. Kaltenborn, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1968-09-19

Red Foley, country singer (Mr Smith Goes to Washington), dies at 58

1969-03-28

Dwight D Eisenhower, 34th pres/gen (WW 2), dies in Washington at 78

1969-08-09

George P Marshall, NFL president (Washington Redskins), dies at 72

1970-09-03

Vince Lombardi, football coach (Packers), dies in Washington DC at 57

1971-06-24

Kenneth Washington, actor (Sgt Baker-Hogan's Heroes), dies at 53

1971-06-27

Kenneth Washington, actor (Sgt Baker-Hogan's Heroes), dies at 53

1975-10-16

Jack William Votion, So This Is Washington

1976-12-20

Ned Washington, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

1979-08-09

Raymond Washington, founder of Los Angeles, California gang, the Crips

1980-02-15

Harry Anderson, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1980-04-16

Morris Stoloff, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1980-05-18

James McNamara, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1982-07-25

William Washington, Broken Strings

1982-11-17

Ruth Donnelly, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1984-01-10

Petey Greene, Petey Greene's Washington

1984-08-05

Isodore 'Tuts' Washington, Piano Players Rarely Ever Play Together

1985-12-08

Bradley Page, Sherlock Holmes in Washington

1986-07-11

Robert Redding, The Werewolf of Washington

1986-08-30

John Tuggle, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1987-11-25

Harold Washington, 1st black mayor of Chicago (D, 1983-87), dies at 65

1987-11-25

Harold Washington, The 5th Annual Black Achievement Awards

1988-06-07

Vernon Washington, American actor (b. 1927)

1988-06-07

Vernon Washington, The Last Starfighter

1988-09-24

Joe Don Looney, Washington Redskins vs. Los Angeles Rams

1988-11-09

John Mitchell, former Atny Gen, dies of heart attack in Washington

1991-06-19

Jean Arthur, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1993-07-30

John Castrios, 1st murder in Washington NH in 200 years, killed at 45

1993-09-19

Bruce Ferden, US conductor (NY, Washington, Amsterdam), dies at 44

1994-04-05

Kurt Cobain, grunge rocker (Nirvana), commits suicide by gun at 27 in Seattle, Washington

1994-06-28

Fredericka Carolyn Washington, actress (Black & Tan), dies at 90

1994-06-28

Fredi Washington, Imitation of Life

1996-10-11

John V. O'Donnell, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

1998-08-06

Roswell Rogers, So This Is Washington

1999-10-20

Calvin Griffith, Former owner of Washington Senators (b. 1911)

1999-12-17

Grover Washington, Jr., American saxophonist (b. 1943)

1999-12-17

Grover Washington Jr., Four Brothers

2000-03-23

Dennette Harrod, Duke Ellington's Washington

2000-06-21

Ray Nichols, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

2001-01-01

Sally Mansfield, Little Washington

2001-06-08

Harry Watson, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

2003-02-13

James Thomas Flexner, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

2003-06-25

Preston Washington, One Man's Cornbread

2005-07-18

Paul Duke, Washington Week in Review

2006-07-22

James E. West, mayor of Spokane, Washington (b. 1950)

2007-05-04

Isabel Washington, St. Louis Blues

2008-01-15

Howard Washington, Strangers on a Train

2008-04-11

Reuben Schafer, The Saint of Fort Washington

2008-05-01

Deborah Jeane Palfrey, Washington, D.C. prostitution service owner (b. 1956)

2008-10-26

Delmar Watson, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

2008-12-22

Coy Bacon, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

2009-01-01

James McCrane, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation

2009-06-27

Jackie Washington, Hank Williams: The Show He Never Gave

2009-11-24

Abe Pollin, owner of the Washington Wizards (b. 1923)

2010-03-01

Perry Brooks, Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins

2010-04-09

Bob Franks, Mr. Smithereen Goes to Washington

2010-11-13

Ken Iman, Washington Redskins vs. Los Angeles Rams

2011-03-30

Bentley Anderson, George Washington

2012-03-21

Ron Erhardt, New York Jets vs. Washington Redskins

2012-07-27

Art Malone, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

2013-01-25

Max Kampelman, Washington Week in Review

2013-02-02

Walt Sweeney, Washington Redskins vs. Los Angeles Rams

2013-02-04

Essie Mae Washington-Williams, Episode #1.5

2013-05-26

Erika Zahn, Wetzlar ist nicht Washington

2014-03-13

Reubin Askew, Samantha Smith Goes to Washington: Campaign '84

2014-05-02

Mohammad Reza Lotfi, Hajji Washington

2014-09-21

Caldwell Jones, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Bullets

2014-11-12

Little Joe Washington, Royal Crown and a Moon Pie: The David Beebe Story

2015-02-15

Clyde Duncan, Washington Redskins vs. St. Louis Cardinals

2015-03-23

LaVern Torgeson, Washington Redskins vs. Detroit Lions

2015-03-27

Rodney Hundley, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Bullets

2015-04-07

Walt Baker, The Werewolf of Washington


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