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America - Notable Historical Events

ColumbusMay 30, 1498

Francisco PizarroJul 26, 1519

Hernando de SotoMar 18, 1541

Walter RaleighMar 25, 1584

Louis XIVSep 24, 1683

John HancockNov 5, 1773

Benjamin FranklinOct 26, 1776

George WashingtonApr 30, 1789

John AdamsNov 3, 1796

Alexander von HumboldtAug 3, 1804

Charles DarwinDec 27, 1831

William Henry HarrisonDec 2, 1840

Alfred Russel WallaceApr 26, 1848

Jefferson DavisFeb 9, 1861

D. W. GriffithFeb 8, 1915

Marlene DietrichApr 1, 1930

Albert EinsteinDec 5, 1932

John DillingerJun 22, 1934

FDRJul 10, 1934

Irving BerlinNov 11, 1939

Richard NixonApr 28, 1958

Mickey WrightAug 12, 1962

Henry KissingerSep 22, 1973

Saddam HusseinAug 29, 1990

Mike TysonJul 18, 1991

Howard SternNov 7, 1995

Tyra BanksMay 20, 2003

Barack ObamaJan 20, 2009

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America - Historical Events
Date Event
1000-10-09

Leif Ericson discovers "Vinland" (possibly L'Anse aux Meadows, Canada) reputedly becoming first European to reach North America

1493-05-04

Spanish Pope Alexander VI divides America between Spain & Portugal

1494-06-07

Treaty of Tordesillas, Spain & Portugal divide America

1497-08-06

Italian explorer John Cabot returns to Bristol from North America (Newfoundland) - first European to do so since the Vikings

1498-05-30

Columbus departs with 6 ships for 3rd trip to America

1507-04-25

German cartographer Martin Waldseemuller 1st to use the name America on his world map Universalis Cosmographia

1519-07-26

Francisco Pizarro receives royal charter for the west coast of South America

1527-08-03

First known letter was sent from North America by John Rut while at St. John's, Newfoundland.

1541-03-18

Hernando de Soto observes 1st recorded flood in America (Mississippi River)

1542-11-22

Spain delegates "New Laws" against slavery in America

1562-04-30

1st French colonists in North America: Jean Ribault & colonists arrive in Florida

1564-10-18

John Hawkins begins 2nd trip to America

1569-02-07

King Philip II forms inquistion in South America

1578-06-11

England grants Sir Humphrey Gilbert a patent to explore & colonize North America

1583-08-05

Humphrey Gilbert claims Newfoundland for the British crown - first English colony in North America and the beginning of the British Empire

1584-03-25

Sir Walter Raleigh renews Humphrey Gilbert's patent to explore North America

1598-04-30

1st theater performance in America (Spanish comedy-Rio Grande)

1600-02-19

The Peruvian stratovolcano Huaynaputina explodes in the most violent eruption in the recorded history of South America.

1607-06-21

1st Protestant Episcopal parish in America established, Jamestown

1620-06-03

Construction of the oldest stone church in French North America, Notre-Dame-des-Anges, begins at Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

1620-07-31

Pilgrim Fathers depart Leiden for England before heading to America

1620-11-21

Pilgrim Fathers reach America: Provincetown Harbor, Mass

1639-09-25

First printing press in America

1642-06-14

1st compulsory education law in America passed by Massachusetts

1644-01-18

Perplexed Pilgrims in Boston reported America's 1st UFO sighting

1652-06-10

In Boston, John Hull opens the 1st mint in America

1652-06-27

New Amsterdam (now New York City) enacts first speed limit law in North America

1663-09-13

1st serious slave conspiracy in colonial America (Virginia)

1665-08-27

"Ye Bare & Ye Cubb" is first play performed in North America (Acomac, Va)

1667-08-27

Earliest recorded hurricane in North America (Jamestown Virginia)

1668-03-25

1st horse race in America takes place

1677-01-21

1st medical publication in America (pamphlet on smallpox), Boston

1678-08-03

Robert LaSalle builds 1st ship in America, Griffon

1680-07-08

The first confirmed tornado in America kills a servant at Cambridge, Massachusetts.

1683-09-24

King Louis XIV expels all Jews from French possessions in America

1690-02-03

1st paper money in America issued (colony of Mass)

1693-02-08

William & Mary college is chartered in the Dominion and Colony of Virginia (2nd in North America)

1697-09-03

King William's War in America ends with Treaty of Ryswick

1700-01-26

The magnitude 9 Cascadia Earthquake took place off the west coast of the North America, as evidenced by Japanese records.

1703-11-24

1st Lutheran pastor ordained in America, Justus Falckner at Phila

1716-09-06

1st lighthouse built in north America (Boston)

1716-11-26

1st lion exhibited in America (Boston)

1721-05-25

John Copson becomes America's 1st insurance agent

1721-06-26

Dr Zabdiel Boylston gives 1st smallpox inoculations in America

1732-11-14

First professional librarian in north America, Louis Timothee, hired in Philadelphia

1733-01-18

1st polar bear exhibited in America (Boston)

1735-02-18

1st opera performed in America, "Flora," in Charleston, SC

1738-07-20

North America: French explorer Pierre Gaultier de Varennes et de la Vérendrye reaches the western shore of Lake Michigan.

1741-06-15

Capt Bering leaves Petropavlovsk, sailing to America

1748-08-26

The first Lutheran denomination in North America, the Pennsylvania Ministerium, is founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1750-12-01

First school in America to offer manual training courses opens in Maryland

1751-02-25

1st performing monkey exhibited in America, NYC (admission 1 cent)

1751-05-11

1st hospital founded (Pennsylvania Hospital) in the 13 Colonies in America

1754-05-09

1st newspaper cartoon in America-divided snake "Join or Die"

1755-03-12

1st steam engine in America installed, to pump water from a mine

1759-12-13

1st music store in America opens (Phila)

1760-10-23

First Jewish prayer books printed in North America

1761-05-22

1st life insurance policy in North America issued in Philadelphia

1763-10-07

George III of Great Britain issues Proclamation of 1763, closing lands in North America north & west of Alleghenies to white settlement

1767-06-29

British pass Townshend Revenue Act levying taxes on America

1768-02-15

1st mustard manufactured in America advertised, Philadelphia

1768-07-18

Boston Gazette publishes "Liberty Song", America's 1st patriotic song

1773-10-12

America's first insane asylum opens for 'Persons of Insane and Disordered Minds' in Virginia

1773-11-05

John Hancock is elected as moderator at a Boston town meeting that resolves that anyone who supports the Tea Act is an "Enemy to America"

1774-06-02

Intolerable Acts: Amendment to original Quartering Act enacted, allowed governor in colonial America to house British soldiers in uninhabited houses, outhouses, barns, or other buildings if suitable quarters not provided.

1774-10-21

First display of the word "Liberty" on a flag, raised by colonists in Taunton, Massachusetts and which was in defiance of British rule in Colonial America.

1775-01-11

Francis Salvador becomes 1st Jew elected to office in America (SC)

1775-03-06

1st Negro Mason in north America initiated, Boston

1776-09-09

Congress officially renames the country as the United States of America (Was the United Colonies)

1776-10-26

Benjamin Franklin departed from America for France on a mission to seek French support for the American Revolution.

1777-12-17

France recognizes independence of British colonies in America

1781-05-26

Bank of North America incorporates in Philadelphia

1781-12-31

Bank of North America, 1st US bank opens

1782-01-07

1st US commercial bank, Bank of North America, opens in Philadelphia

1783-09-03

Treaty of Paris signed in Paris ends the American Revolutionary War between Great Britain and United States of America

1784-01-26

Ben Franklin expresses unhappiness over eagle as America's symbol

1784-09-21

1st daily newspaper in America (Pennsylvania Packet & General Advertiser)

1785-11-28

The Treaty of Hopewell is signed between the Confederation Congress of the United States of America and the Cherokee people

1789-04-30

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

1789-06-09

Spanish capture British schooner Northwest America near Vancouver Island

1796-11-03

John Adams elected president of the United States of America

1797-04-17

Sir Ralph Abercromby attacks San Juan, Puerto Rico in what would be one of the largest invasions to Spanish territories in America.

1801-05-10

First Barbary War: The Barbary pirates of Tripoli declare war on the United States of America (1st US foreign war)

1804-08-03

Naturalist Alexander von Humboldt lands at Bordeaux, France completing his 5 year expedition to Latin America

1805-11-18

30 women meet at Mrs Silas Lee's home in Wiscasset, Maine, organizes Female Charitable Society, first woman's club in America

1809-07-16

La Paz, Bolivia declares its independence from the Spanish Crown and forms the Junta Tuitiva. The first independent government in Spanish America, led by Pedro Domingo Murillo

1817-07-04

Chief Engineer James Geddes begins construction on the Erie Canal, one of the first great engineering works in North America

1822-01-05

Central America proclaims annexation to Mexican Empire

1823-01-27

President Monroe appoints 1st US ambassadors to South America

1823-07-01

United Provinces of Central America gain independence from Mexico

1825-06-22

British Parliament abolishes feudalism and the seigneurial system in British North America.

1827-11-17

The Delta Phi fraternity, America's oldest continuous social fraternity, was founded at Union College in Schenectady, New York.

1831-07-04

"America (My Country 'Tis of Thee)" is 1st sung in Boston

1831-12-27

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin departs England for South America

1832-11-26

1st streetcar railway in America starts operating (NYC) (12 cent fare)

1836-08-17

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin leave South-America for last time

1836-11-10

Louis Napoleon banished to America

1840-12-02

William Henry Harrison elected the 9th President of the United States of America

1848-04-26

Alfred Russel Wallace departs the U.K. for South America, beginning four years of travel, collecting, and research in the region

1851-08-12

1st America's Cup - US schooner America beats British yacht Aurora after race around the Isle of Wight

1851-08-22

Yacht "America" wins 1st Royal Yacht Squadron Cup (America's Cup)

1851-12-09

1st Young Men's Christian Association in North America (Montreal)

1852-10-01

Alfred Russel Wallace returns to the U.K. after four years of travel, collecting, and research in South America

1856-08-21

America's first consul to Japan, Townsend Harris, arrives in Shimoda. (Traditional Japanese date: July 21, 1856)

1857-09-12

423 die when "Central America" sinks off Cape Romain SC

1859-09-17

Joshua Abraham Norton, born in England but a resident of San Francisco, proclaims himself his Imperial Majesty Emperor Norton I, Emperor of the United States of America. Eccentric possibly, but 30,000 turned up for his funeral.

1861-02-06

1st meeting of Provisional Congress of Confederate States of America (US Civil War)

1861-02-08

Confederate States of America organizes in Montgomery, Alabama (US Civil War)

1861-02-09

Jefferson Davis & Alexander Stephens elected president & VP of the Confederate States of America (US Civil War)

1864-11-07

2nd session of congress of Confederate States of America reconvenes

1865-01-31

Congress passes 13th Amendment, abolishing slavery in America (121-24)

1867-03-08

The British North America Act is passed in the House of Commons, and would serve as a constitution for Canada for the next 100 years

1867-03-29

British North America Act (Canadian constitution) passes

1870-06-22

1st Boardwalk in America invented

1870-08-08

Magic (US) defeats Cambria (England) in 2nd running of America's Cup

1871-10-23

Columbia & Sappho (US) beat Livonia (UK) in 3rd America's Cup

1874-07-04

Social Democratic Workmen's Party of North America formed

1876-08-12

Madeline (US) beats Countess Dufferin (Canada) in 4th America's Cup

1877-12-26

Socialist Labor Party of North America holds 1st natl convention

1879-02-12

1st artificial ice rink in North America (Madison Sq Garden, NYC)

1885-08-10

Leo Daft opens America's 1st coml operated electric streetcar (Balt)

1885-09-16

Puritan (US) beats Genesta (England) in 6th running of America's Cup

1886-09-11

Mayflower (US) beats Galatea (England) in 7th America's Cup

1887-09-30

Volunteer (US) beats Thistle (Scotland) in 8th America's Cup

1888-10-20

Chicago & All America baseball teams play exhibition in Auckland, NZ

1890-01-25

United Mine Workers of America forms

1892-05-19

National Society of Colonial Dames of America founded

1893-02-24

The American University is chartered by an act of the Congress of the United States of America.

1893-07-22

Katharine Lee Bates writes "America the Beautiful" in Colorado

1893-10-13

Vigilant (US) beats Valkyrie II (England) in 9th America's Cup

1895-07-04

Katherine Lee Bates publishes "America the Beautiful"

1895-09-12

Defender (US) beats Valkyrie III (England) in 10th America's Cup

1895-11-28

America's 1st auto race starts; 6 cars, 55 miles, winner avg 7 MPH

1895-12-17

Anti-Saloon League of America formed, Washington, DC

1896-03-08

Volunteers of America forms (NYC)

1897-09-01

The Boston subway opens, becoming the first underground rapid transit system in North America.

1898-06-07

Social Democracy of America party holds 1st national convention, Chicago

1899-10-20

Columbia (US) beats Shamrock (England) in 11th America's Cup

1900-01-27

Social Democrat Party of America (Debs' party) holds 1st convention

1901-10-04

Columbia (US) beats Shamrock II (England) in 12th America's Cup

1903-02-15

1st Teddy Bear introduced in America, made by Morris & Rose Michtom

1903-09-03

Resolute beats Shamrock III (England) in 13th America's Cup

1904-10-17

Bank of Italy (Bank of America) opens its doors

1906-05-19

Federated Boys' Club (Boys' Club of America) organizes

1906-05-26

Archaeological Institute of America forms

1908-08-20

America's Great White Fleet arrives in Sydney, Australia, to be greeted with a tremendous welcome; 221 American sailors desert to remain in Australia

1908-10-14

Baseball Writers Association of America forms

1910-02-08

The Boy Scouts of America is incorporated by William D. Boyce.

1910-02-15

The Boy Scouts of America founded.

1910-04-03

Highest mountain in North America, Alaska's Mt McKinley climbed

1912-06-07

St Pius X encyclical "On Indians of South America"

1913-02-15

1st avant-garde art show in America opens in NYC

1914-12-26

The US Government protests British interference with American merchant ships at sea, but this same day the German announce they will treat food as contraband, subject to seizure; this will weaken America's protest

1915-02-08

D. W. Griffith's silent film "Birth of a Nation" opens at Clune's Auditorium in LA - first 12-reel film in America

1916-04-10

The Professional Golfers Association of America (PGA) is created in New York City.

1916-06-15

Boys Scouts of America forms

1919-08-18

Anti-Cigarette League of America forms in Chicago Illinois

1919-09-02

Communist Party of America organizes in Chicago

1919-10-17

Radio Corporation of America (RCA) created

1919-12-20

Canadian National Railways established (N America's longest, 50,000 KM)

1920-07-27

Resolute beats Shamrock IV (England) in 14th running of America's Cup

1921-09-07

In Atlantic City, New Jersey, the first Miss America Pageant, a two-day event, is held.

1921-09-08

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

1923-04-07

Workers Party of America (NYC) becomes official communist party

1923-09-07

Mary Katherine Campbell (Ohio), 16, crowned 2nd Miss America 1922-23

1926-03-26

The 1st lip-reading tournament held in America

1926-09-09

National Broadcasting Co created by Radio Corporation of America

1927-08-27

Parks College, America's oldest aviation school, opens

1930-04-01

"Blue Angel" starring unknown Marlene Dietrich premieres in America

1930-09-18

Enterprise (US) beats Shamrock V (England) in 15th America's Cup

1930-11-03

Bank of Italy becomes Bank of America

1932-02-09

America enter Olympic 2-man bobsled competition for 1st time

1932-12-05

German physicist Albert Einstein granted a visa to enter America

1934-06-22

John Dillinger is informally named America's first Public Enemy Number One

1934-07-10

1st sitting US president to visit South America, FDR in Colombia

1934-09-25

Rainbow (US) beats Endeavour (England) in 16th America's Cup

1936-01-14

L M (Mario) Giannini elected president of Bank of America

1936-06-11

Presbyterian Church of America founded at Philadelphia

1936-06-18

1st bicycle traffic court in America established, Racine, WI

1937-08-02

The Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 is passed in America, essentially rendering marijuana and all its by-products illegal.

1937-08-05

Ranger (US) beats Endeavour II (England) in 17th America's Cup

1938-11-13

America's first saint, Mother Frances Cabrini, beatified

1939-11-11

Kate Smith first sings Irving Berlin's "God Bless America"

1941-02-26

Cowboys' Amateur Association of America organized (California)

1941-03-01

"Captain America" appears in a comic book

1941-10-19

1st woman jockey in North America, Anna Lee Wiley in Mexico

1941-12-05

Football Writers Association of America organized

1941-12-09

300 Montgomery, SF opens as new Bank of America HQ

1942-02-20

Lt E H O'Hare single-handedly shoots down 5 Japanese heavy bombers, becomes America's first World War II flying ace

1942-02-24

Voice of America begins broadcasting (in German)

1946-06-06

11 Basketball of America Association teams meet to schedule 1st season

1946-06-06

The Basketball Association of America is formed in New York City.

1946-08-18

Golf Writers Associaton of America forms

1947-02-17

Voice of America begins broadcasting to USSR

1948-08-04

5 day Southern States filibuster succeeds in maintaining America's poll tax

1948-11-27

Honda 1st opens in America

1949-05-18

Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America incorporates

1949-08-03

Basketball Association of America & National Basketball League merge to form National Basketball Association

1949-09-13

Ladies Pro Golf Association of America formed in NYC

1952-05-28

Memphis Kiddie Park opens in Brooklyn, Ohio. The park's Little Dipper roller coaster would become the oldest operating steel roller coaster in North America.

1952-11-04

Earthquake & flood strike Kamshatka-South America

1954-09-11

1st Miss America TV broadcast

1954-09-11

Lee Meriwether (California), 19, crowned 27th Miss America 1955 (1st on TV)

1955-04-19

The German automaker Volkswagen, after six years of selling cars in the United States, founds Volkswagen of America in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey to standardize its dealer and service network.

1955-08-03

Automobile Association of America ends support of auto racing

1955-08-28

Marilynn Smith wins LPGA Heart of America Golf Tournament

1956-10-07

Mary Lena Faulk wins LPGA Heart of America Golf Open

1956-10-24

Margaret Towner becomes first woman to be ordained into the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America (PCUSA)

1957-01-28

"Tonight! America After Dark" premieres, with Jack Lescoulie & Al (Jazzbo) Collins on NBC (between Steve Allen & Jack Paar)

1957-10-07

Louise Suggs wins LPGA Heart of America Golf Invitational

1958-03-26

US Army launched America's third successful satellite, "Explorer III"

1958-04-28

Vice Pres Richard Nixon begins goodwill tour of Latin America

1958-09-06

Mary Ann Mobley (Miss), 21, crowned 31st Miss America 1959

1958-09-26

Columbia (US) beats Sceptre (Britain) in 18th America's Cup

1958-10-23

The Springhill Mine Bump - An underground earthquake traps 174 miners in the No. 2 colliery at Springhill, Nova Scotia, the deepest coal mine in North America at the time. By November 1, rescuers from around the world had dug out 100 of the victims, marking the death toll at 74.

1958-12-19

1st radio broadcast from space (Pres Eisenhower voice "To all mankind, America's wish for Peace on Earth & Good Will to Men Everywhere")

1959-07-04

America's new 49-star flag honoring Alaska statehood unfurled

1960-01-02

1st redshank old world shore bird reported in North America (Halifax)

1960-07-04

America's new 50-star flag honoring Hawaiian statehood unfurled

1961-09-09

Maria Beale Fletcher (NC), 19, crowned 34th Miss America 1962

1962-08-12

Mickey Wright wins LPGA Heart of America Golf Tournament

1962-09-15

Australia's 1st entry in America's Cup yacht race (US wins)

1962-09-25

Weatherly (US) beats Gretel (Aust) in 19th running of America's Cup

1963-01-08

"Mona Lisa," on loan, unveiled in America's National Gallery of Art

1963-09-14

Mary Ann Fischer, Aberdeen, SD, gave birth to America's 1st surviving quintuplets, 4 girls & a boy

1964-05-14

Underground America Day is 1st observed

1964-09-21

Constellation (US) beats Sovereign (England) in 20th America's Cup

1965-03-06

1st nonstop helicopter crossing of North America, JR Willford

1965-10-10

"Vinland Map" is introduced by Yale University as being the first known map of America, drawn about 1440 by Norse explorer Lief Eriksson

1966-11-07

Jean-Claude van Itallie's "America Hurrah" premieres in NYC

1967-07-01

Canada celebrates the 100th anniversary of the British North America Act, 1867.

1967-09-09

Debra Dene Barnes (Kansas), 20, crowned 40th Miss America 1968

1967-09-18

Intrepid (US) beats Dame Pattie (Aust) in 21st America's Cup

1968-08-21

After 5 years Russia once again jams Voice of America radio

1968-08-22

1st papal visit to Latin America, Pope Paul VI arrives in Bogota to open a Eucharistic congress.

1968-09-08

Saundra Williams wins 1st Miss Black America pageant

1968-10-07

Motion Picture Association of America adopts film rating system

1968-11-01

Motion Picture Association of America introduces rating system (G, M, R, X)

1969-01-28

Barbara Jo Rubin becomes 1st woman jockey to win in North America

1969-08-22

Gloria O Smith, (NY), crowned 2nd Miss Black America

1969-10-15

Bank of America World Headquarters (555 California) dedicated

1970-09-12

Phyllis Ann George (Texas), 21, crowned 43rd Miss America 1971

1970-09-28

Intrepid (US) beats Gretel II (Aust) in 22nd America's Cup

1971-09-11

Laurel Lea Schaefer (Ohio), 22, crowned 44th Miss America 1972

1971-12-03

Miss Teenage America Pageant

1972-03-25

America's LP "America" goes #1

1972-06-07

Hsan Hua, Zen teacher, conducted 1st ordination ceremony in America

1972-09-04

Thieves steal 18 paintings from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in what was at the time the largest art theft in North America.

1972-09-09

Terry Anne Meeuwsen (Wisc), 23, crowned 45th Miss America 1973

1973-03-04

15th Grammy Awards: 1st Time Ever I Saw Your Face, America

1973-09-08

Rebecca Ann King (Colo), 23, crowned 46th Miss America 1974

1973-09-19

Pirate Radio Free America (off Cape May NJ) forms

1973-09-22

Henry Kissinger, sworn in as America's 1st Jewish Secretary of State

1973-11-24

Miss Teenage America Pageant

1974-09-07

Shirley Cothran (Texas), 21, crowned 47th Miss America 1975

1974-09-17

Courageous (US) beats Southern Cross (Aust) in 23rd America's Cup

1974-11-30

Miss Teenage America Pageant

1975-01-06

"AM America," premieres on ABC-TV with Bill Beutel as host

1975-02-26

"Night... Made America Famous" opens at Barrymore NYC for 75 perfs

1975-04-06

"Night... Made America Famous" closes at Barrymore NYC after 75 perfs

1975-09-06

Tawny Elaine Godin (NY), 18, crowned 48th Miss America 1976

1975-10-26

Mary Bea Porter wins LPGA Golf Inns of America

1975-11-03

Good Morning America premieres on ABC (David Hartman & Nancy Dussault)

1975-11-15

Miss Teenage America Pageant

1976-05-24

1st commercial SST flight to North America (Concorde to Wash DC)

1976-09-11

Dorothy Kathleen Benham (Minn), 20, crowned 49th Miss America 1977

1976-09-18

Rev Sun Myung Moon holds "God Bless America" convention

1976-11-27

Miss Teenage America Pageant

1976-12-10

Wings release triple album "Wings Over America"

1977-03-01

Bank of America adopts the name VISA for their credit cards

1977-09-10

Susan Perkins (Ohio), crowned 50th Miss America 1978

1977-09-18

Courageous (US) sweeps Australia (Aust) in 24th America's Cup

1977-11-25

Miss Teenage America Pageant

1978-01-19

The last Volkswagen Beetle made in Germany leaves VW's plant in Emden. Beetle production in Latin America would continue until 2003.

1978-09-09

Kylene Barker (Virginia), crowned 51st Miss America 1979

1979-01-18

Peter Jenkins finishes "A Walk Across America," Florence Oregon

1979-04-14

Susan Horvath, of Penn, crowned America's Young Woman of the Year

1979-08-05

Varetta Shankle (Miss), crowned 12th Miss Black America

1979-09-08

Cheryl Prewitt (Miss), 22, crowned 52nd Miss America 1980

1980-05-21

"Star Wars Episode V - Empire Strikes Back" opens in cinemas in UK and North America

1980-07-02

Julie Marie Bryan, 18, of Georgia, crowned America's Young Woman of Yr

1980-09-06

Susan Powell (Okla), 21, crowned 53rd Miss America 1981

1981-06-18

Kimberley Ann Smith, of NC, 17, crowned America's Junior Miss

1981-06-27

Pamela Jenks, 21, crowned 14th Miss Black America

1981-09-01

RKO radio network premieres America Overnight talk show

1981-09-12

Elizabeth Ward (Arkansas), 20, crowned 54th Miss America 1982

1982-01-22

75% of North America is covered by snow

1982-04-18

Canada Constitution Act replaces British North America Act

1982-04-23

Conch Republic is established - secession of the Florida Keys from the United States of America

1982-06-22

Susan Lea Hammett, of Miss, 18, crowned 25th America's Junior Miss

1982-09-11

Debbie Maffett (California), 25, crowned 55th Miss America 1983

1983-06-21

Stephanie Kay Ashmore, of Alabama, 18, crowned America's Junior Miss

1983-07-24

Sonya Robinson, (Milwaukee), 23, crowned 16th Miss Black America

1983-09-17

Vanessa Williams (NY), 20, crowned 56th Miss America 1984, 1st black

1983-09-26

Australia II wins America's Cup yacht race (1st non-US winner)

1983-10-01

Denise Wallace, 18, of Virginia, crowned Miss Teen of America

1984-06-20

Amber Kvanli, of Minnesota, crowned America's Junior Miss

1984-06-25

Lydia Garrett, 24, crowned 17th Miss Black America

1984-07-20

Vanessa Williams is asked to resign as Miss America

1984-07-23

Suzette Charles (NJ), 21, replaces Williams as 57th Miss America 1984

1984-07-23

Vanessa Williams, 1st African American Miss America, resigns due to posing nude

1984-09-15

Sharlene Wells (Utah), 20, crowned 58th Miss America 1985

1985-07-21

Amina Fakir (Detroit), 23, crowned 18th Miss Black America

1985-07-30

Valerie Lowrance, of Texas, 18, crowned America's Junior Miss

1985-09-14

Susan Akin (Miss), 21, crowned 59th Miss America 1986

1986-05-25

Hands Across America - 6.5 million people hold hands from California to NY

1986-09-13

Kellye Cash (Tenn), 21, crowned 60th Miss America 1987

1986-10-04

Rachel Oliver (Mass), 20, crowned 19th Miss Black America

1987-02-03

SD Yacht Club celebrates return of America's Cup

1987-02-04

Stars & Stripes beats Australia's Kookaburra 3, sweeps America's Cup

1987-02-07

Dennis Conner & Stars & Stripes bring America's Cup back to US

1987-02-20

David Hartman quits ABC's "Good Morning America," after 11 years

1987-06-20

Chuti Tiu, 17, of Wisconsin, crowned America's Junior Miss

1987-08-01

Nurse Mary R Stout chosen chairperson of Vietnam Veterans of America

1987-09-19

Kaye Lani Rae Rafko (Mich), 24, crowned 61st Miss America

1987-11-15

Leile McBridge (Denver), crowned Miss Black America

1987-12-02

Jennifer Steele, 17, of Colorado becomes Miss Teen of America [Approx]

1988-06-25

Kristen Logan, 17, of Mississippi, crowned America's Junior Miss

1988-09-09

US Stars & Stripes H3 defeats NZ's KZ-1 at the 27th America's Cup: NZ appeal in court but eventually lose

1988-09-10

Gretchen Elizabeth Carlson (Minn), 22, crowned 62nd Miss America 1989

1989-01-15

10th ACE Cable Awards: HBO wins the Golden CableACE for "Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam"

1989-03-07

Partial eclipse of the Sun (Hawaii, NW North America, Greenland)

1989-03-28

New Zealand wins America's Cup over Stars & Stripes, in a NY court

1989-04-07

NY Supreme Court takes America's Cup away from SD Yacht Club for using a catamaran against NZ. Appeals court eventually overrules

1989-04-15

Then largest lottery in North America ($69M) drawn in Illinois

1989-07-22

Kristin Huxhold, 18, of Missouri, crowned America's Junior Miss

1989-07-23

FOX-TV tops ABC, NBC & CBS for 1st time (America's Most Wanted)

1989-07-24

Paula Gwynn, 22, crowned 21st Miss Black America

1989-09-16

Debbye Turner (Mont), 23, crowned 63rd Miss America 1990

1989-09-17

NYC court of appeals overturns lower court decision & returns America's Cup back to US (from NZ)

1989-09-19

Appeals court restores America's Cup to US after NY Supreme Court gave it to NZ (NZ protested US's use of a catamaran)

1990-04-26

NY court of appeals ends 2½ year legal battle over 1988 America's Cup by refusing jurisdiction of case

1990-07-14

Sara Martin, of Illinois, crowned America's Junior Miss

1990-07-23

Rosie Jones (St Louis), 26, crowned 22nd Miss Black America

1990-08-29

Saddam Hussein declares America can't beat Iraq

1990-09-07

Marjorie Judith Vincent (Ill), 25, crowned 64th Miss America 1991

1990-09-26

Motion Picture Association of America creates new NC-17 rating

1991-04-22

Shalom America (Jewish cable network) is launched in Brooklyn & Queens

1991-06-26

Amy Elizabeth Goodman, of California, crowned America's Junior Miss

1991-07-18

Mike Tyson meets Miss Black America contestants

1991-07-19

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

1991-07-20

Mike Tyson is accused of raping a Miss Black America contestant

1991-07-21

Sharmell Sullivan (Gary Indiana), 20, crowned 23rd Miss Black America

1991-09-14

Carolyn Suzanne Sapp (Hawaii), 24, crowned 65th Miss America 1992

1992-05-09

America Cup finals begin in San Diego

1992-06-01

America West Arena opens in Phoenix

1992-07-19

Ebony P Warren, crowned 24th Miss Black America

1992-09-20

Leanza Cornett (Florida), 21, crowned 66th Miss America 1993

1992-11-07

1st NBA game at America West Arena, Phoenix Suns beat Clippers 111-105

1993-01-05

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

1993-05-04

"Angels in America-Millennium Approaches" opens at Kerr for 367 perfs

1993-06-06

47th Tony Awards: Angels in America & Kiss of the Spider Woman win

1993-06-26

Rebecca Jones, 18, of Georgia, crowned America's Junior Miss

1993-07-04

Pilar Fort crowned 25th Miss Black America

1993-09-18

Kimberly Clarice Aiken (SC), 18, crowned 67th Miss America 1994

1993-09-19

Kimberly Clarice Aiken, 18, Miss SC wins 67th Miss America

1993-11-23

"Angels in America-Perestroika" opens at Walter Kerr NYC for 216 perfs

1994-06-12

48th Tony Awards: Angels in America: Perestroika & Passion win

1994-07-16

Baseball Night in America premieres (no Saturday day games)

1994-07-23

Amy Osmond of Utah, 17, crowned America's Junior Miss

1994-09-17

Heather Whitestone, 21, (Ala), crowned 68th Miss America 1995

1994-11-03

Total solar eclipse in South America (4m23s)

1994-12-04

"Angels in America-Perestroika" closes at W Kerr NYC after 216 perfs

1994-12-04

"Angels in America-Millennium Approach" closes at Kerr after 367 perfs

1995-01-13

America3 becomes 1st all-female crew to win an America's Cup race

1995-05-13

New Zealand beats US for the America's Cup

1995-07-01

Kiersten Rickenbach, of NJ, crowned America's Junior Miss

1995-09-16

Shawntel Smith (Okla), 24, crowned 69th Miss America 1996

1995-11-07

Howard Stern's 2nd book "Miss America" released (fastest selling ever)

1996-03-28

Katie Beam, 17, of Oklahoma, crowned 35th Miss Teenage America

1996-06-29

Andrea Leah Plummer, of Tennessee, crowned 39th America's Junior Miss

1996-09-14

Tara Dawn Holland (Kansas), 23, crowned 70th Miss America 1997

1996-10-09

Howard Stern's book "Miss America" released in paperback

1997-04-15

America On Line, begins service in Japan

1997-06-29

Tyrenda Williams, 18, of Alabama, crowned 40th America's Junior Miss

1997-08-16

For only 2nd time Stanley Cup leaves North America (heads to Russia)

1997-08-17

First of America Senior Golf Classic

1997-09-13

Katherine Shindle (Ill), 24, crowned 71st Miss America 1998

1998-01-18

48th NHL All-Star Game: North America beats World 8-7 at Vancouver

1999-11-15

Next transit of Mercury visible in North America

2001-04-30

US Vice-President Cheney calls fors increased domestic production of fossil fuels and increased usage of nuclear power to meet America's energy demand

2001-09-12

Article V of the NATO agreement is invoked for the first and only time in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States of America.

2002-06-13

The United States of America withdraws from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.

2002-07-20

South America: A fire in a discotheque in Lima, Peru kills over twenty-five.

2003-05-20

The reality series "America's Next Top Model", created by Tyra Banks, debuts on UPN

2005-05-14

The former USS America (CV-66), a decommissioned supercarrier of the United States Navy, is deliberately sunk in the Atlantic Ocean after four weeks of live-fire exercises. She is the largest ship ever to be disposed of as a target in a military exercise.

2005-09-08

Two EMERCOM Il-76 aircraft land at a disaster aid staging area at Little Rock Air Force Base; the first time Russia has flown such a mission to North America.

2009-01-20

Barack Obama, inaugurated as the 44th President of the United States of America, becomes the United States' first African-American president

2013-09-25

Oracle Team USA defeats Team New Zealand 9-8 to win the America's Cup

2014-11-08

Mikhail Gorbachev warns that tensions between America and Russia over Ukraine have put the world on the brink of a new Cold War

2015-12-27

Floods displace more than 150000 in South America

2016-02-24

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Unlocking terrorist's iPhone is 'bad for America'

2016-04-05

Alaska Air Announces Purchase of Virgin America

2016-05-11

Budweiser renames itself 'America' to inspire drinkers

2016-06-23

Copa America semi seen by total of 8.1 million viewers in US

2016-06-27

Chile repeats as Copa America champs; Lionel Messi says he's quitting Argentina

2017-03-06

US detects North Korean missile launch, no threat to North America

2017-08-13

Virginia Gov. McAuliffe to white nationalists: 'No place for you in America'

2017-08-21

Next total solar eclipse visible from North America

2017-10-12

Boy Scouts of America to allow girls to join, earn Eagle Scout rank

2017-12-24

Miss America CEO, other leaders resign after report of derogatory emails

2018-02-14

Shaun White wins America's 100th Winter Olympics gold medal

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America - Notable Birthdays

Jeanne ManceNov 12, 1606

Jefferson F DavisJun 3, 1808

Thomas NastSep 27, 1840

Juliette Gordon LowOct 31, 1860

Jack KirbyAug 28, 1917

James BrownMay 3, 1933

Sharon OsbourneOct 9, 1952

America - Birthdays
Date Event
1454-03-09

Amerigo Vespucci, Italian explorer (America)

1606-11-12

Jeanne Mance, Langres, French Canadian settler (founded first hospital in North America)

1624-01-03

William Tucker, 1st Black child born in America

1624-08-05

William Tucker, Jamestown Va, 1st child of African descent born in English America

1637-12-06

Sir Edmund Andros, English governor in North America (d. 1714)

1658-03-05

Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, french colonial governor of America

1704-07-15

August Gottlieb Spangenberg, founder of Moravian Church in North America

1717-01-29

Jeffrey Amherst, English gov-gen of America/fieldmarshal

1763-02-01

Thomas Campbell, founder (Church of Disciples in America)

1805-07-29

Alexis de Tocqueville, France, statesman/writer (Democracy in America)

1805-11-28

John Stephens, US archaeologist; founded study of Central America

1806-05-06

Chapin Aaron Harris, US, found America Society of Dental Surgeons

1806-06-12

John A. Roebling, German-America civil engineer (Brooklyn Bridge) (d. 1869)

1808-06-03

Jefferson F Davis, Fairview Kentucky, President of Confederate States of America (1861-5)

1810-11-18

Asa Gray, Sauquoit NY, botanist (Flora of North America)

1826-03-12

Robert Lowry, Angels in America

1828-05-23

Edward Hitchcock, America's 1st prof of physical ed (Amherst College)

1830-08-05

James A Healy, 1st black bishop in America

1840-09-27

Thomas Nast, Landau Germany, political cartoonist of late 1800s America

1846-11-25

Carrie Nation, Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America

1847-04-01

Jules-Nicolas Crevaux, French explorer (South America)

1848-03-18

Nathaniel Herreshoff, America Cup yacht designer

1857-07-28

Ballington Booth, Brighouse, England, Officer in The Salvation Army and co-founder of Volunteers of America

1858-11-08

Arthur Voegtlin, America

1859-08-12

Katharine Lee Bates, US, author (America the Beautiful)

1860-10-31

Juliette Gordon Low, Savannah Georgia, American activist/founder (Girl Scouts of America)

1864-9-13

Hermann Seldeneck, America to Europe in an Airship

1865-05-26

Robert W. Chambers, America

1866-9-29

Zofia Czaplinska, My Uncle from America

1867-02-26

Siegfried Passarge, German geographer (Cameroon/So Afr/America)

1870-05-06

Amedos Peter Giannine, San Jose California, founded Bank of America

1873-10-19

Barton King, cricketer (North America's greatest all-rounder)

1874-03-17

Stephen Samuel Wise, US, pres of Zionist Org of America

1874-06-02

Lulu Glaser, Love's Pilgrimage to America

1878-12-25

W Starling Burgess, yacht designer (America Cup's Enterprise)

1882-01-14

Hendrik W van Loon, Netherland, commentator/writer (Story of America)

1883-10-10

Berns De Reaux, Jens Mansson in America

1884-02-01

Red Wing, White Fawn's Devotion: A Play Acted by a Tribe of Red Indians in America

1884-07-06

Harold Vanderbilt, NY, America Cup (1930,34,37)/inv contract bridge

1886-03-26

Hugh Mulzac, America military officer (d. 1971)

1886-05-27

Bobbie Hale, America or Bust

1886-07-31

Salvatore Maranzano, America and the Mob: Wartime Friends

1887-05-05

Estelle Hemsley, America America

1888-06-21

William J. Bantel, America

1888-08-12

Eric Snowden, The Gentleman from America

1888-11-16

Clinton Golden, Penn, founder (United Steelworkers of America)

1889-05-15

Bessie Hillman, founder (Almalgamated Clothing Workers of America)

1891-07-06

László Grof, Alo, America!

1892-10-31

Ruth Fuller Sasaki, US, Zen teacher (1st Zen Institute of America)

1893-01-03

Gilbert Seldes, This Is America

1893-10-20

Janina Janecka, My Uncle from America

1905-07-08

Peter Kriendler, Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America

1906-10-04

Gyorgy Kepes, Bauhaus in America

1906-12-12

Bert Reisfeld, God Bless America

1907-05-01

Kate Smith, Once Upon a Time in America

1908-02-13

Till Klockow, The Trapp Family in America

1908-03-26

Hank Sylvern, The Night America Trembled

1908-07-12

Milton Berle, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs: America's Funniest Movies

1908-09-06

Paul Lavalle, Beacon NY, bandleader (Cities Service Band of America)

1908-9-04

Richard Wright, America's Dream

1909-02-27

Elena Karam, America America

1909-06-24

Tatiana Menotti, In America

1909-07-12

Joey Faye, Once Upon a Time in America

1909-07-24

Carl-Adam Nycop, Jens Mansson in America

1910-07-12

Edward Johnson, Captain America: The First Avenger

1910-08-04

Hedda Sterne, Bucharest Romania, artist working in America

1911-04-17

Lester Rodney, Joe Louis: America's Hero... Betrayed

1911-07-29

Iakovos, Archbishop of America (d. 2005)

1911-08-24

Frederick Nolting, America's Mandarin: 1954-1963

1911-11-26

Ella Melton Peck, Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America

1912-06-09

Buddy Feyne, Captain America: The First Avenger

1912-07-31

Irv Kupcinet, Chicago Ill, TV host (Tonight! America After Dark)

1912-11-04

Robert Cornell, Young America

1913-04-23

Bengt Janzon, Jens Mansson in America

1913-05-01

Kenneth O'Rourke, The Irish in America

1913-10-11

Joe Simon, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1913-10-22

Dai Bao, America's Mandarin: 1954-1963

1914-02-02

Olivette Miller, Mo' Funny: Black Comedy in America

1914-03-02

Fred Feldkamp, America Goes to War in the Pacific

1914-05-13

Bobby Plater, Captain America: The First Avenger

1914-10-05

Kay St. Germain Wells, How to See South America by Bus

1914-10-13

Marion Meadows, Viking Visitors to North America

1914-11-02

Edith Schaeffer, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

1914-12-30

Bert Parks, [Jacobson], Atlanta Ga, TV host (Miss America)

1914-9-21

Bob Lido, America on the Move

1915-01-01

John Henrik Clarke, America's Dream

1915-02-15

Marx Hartman, Airport America

1915-04-16

Scott Whitaker, Ancient America Speaks

1915-04-22

Edward Larabee Barnes, Bauhaus in America

1915-05-13

Allan Tyrer, America

1915-11-22

Arthur Adams, Coming to America

1915-11-23

Marc Simont, In the Name of Democracy: America's Conscience, a Soldier's Sacrifice,

1915-9-30

Lester Maddox, America Revisited

1916-01-19

Brion Gysin, Ornette: Made in America

1916-05-24

Raymond Borzage, Young America

1917-02-13

Martin Litton, Monumental: David Brower's Fight for Wild America

1917-08-18

Caspar Weinberger, War on America

1917-08-28

Jack Kirby, cartoonist (X-Men, Spiderman, Hulk, Capt America)

1917-12-29

Harold Lief, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

1918-01-17

Irene Daye, Gene Krupa: America's Ace Drummer Man and His Orchestra

1918-02-23

Richard Butler, Nazi America: A Secret History

1918-03-08

Mike Gendel, Once Upon a Time in America

1918-03-17

Ruth Webb, America's Really Wanted

1918-11-07

Billy Graham, My Hope America with Billy Graham

1918-11-09

Spiro Agnew, America Revisited

1919-01-04

Al "Jazbo" Collins, NYC, DJ (Tonight! America After Dark)

1919-01-04

Al 'Jazzbeaux' Collins, Tonight! America After Dark

1920-12-10

Nellie Fisher, America Song

1921-01-14

Murray Bookchin, Anarchism in America

1921-03-10

Paul Coates, NYC, columnist (Tonight! America After Dark)

1921-03-31

Peggy Rea, Made in America

1921-06-26

William Davies, America

1921-07-03

François Reichenbach, America As Seen by a Frenchman

1921-09-05

Jack Valenti, Pres (Motion Picture Association of America)

1921-9-11

Mike Dann, The Munsters: America's First Family of Fright

1922-04-22

Lou Stein, Phila Pa, pianist (Tonight! America After Dark)

1922-07-28

Art Hannes, The Night That Panicked America

1922-11-14

Phyllis Avery, Made in America

1923-04-30

Percy Heath, The Old, Weird America: Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music

1923-06-14

Judith Kerr, Two Cats in America/Mog, the Forgetful Cat

1923-07-02

Janette Carter, America's Music: The Roots of Country

1923-08-31

Don Weissmuller, Miss America

1923-11-05

Mary Dent Crisp, Women - for America, for the World

1923-11-12

Ernie Anderson, America's Funniest Home Videos

1923-12-01

Stansfield Turner, The Real X Files: America's Psychic Spies

1923-12-10

Michael Gill, America

1923-9-08

Leonardo Benvenuti, Once Upon a Time in America

1924-02-23

William Watkins, Coming to America

1924-03-05

Montrose Hagins, Coming to America

1924-04-15

Madame Nhu, America's Mandarin: 1954-1963

1924-04-23

Ruth Leuwerik, The Trapp Family in America

1924-05-13

Michael Burke, Grand Castles of America

1924-07-16

Bess Myerson, Bronx NY, 1st Jewish Miss America (1945)

1924-11-30

Shirley Chisholm, Women - for America, for the World

1925-01-11

Betty Bumpers, Women - for America, for the World

1925-03-17

Enrico Medioli, Once Upon a Time in America

1925-04-04

Emmett Williams, When Pop Culture Saved America: A 9-11 Story

1925-07-26

Walter Nicks, A Time for Laughter: A Look at Negro Humor in America

1925-08-03

Billy James Hargis, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

1925-11-19

Charles Comiskey II, The Story of America's Classic Ballparks

1926-03-24

Dario Fo, Venetian Rascal Goes to America

1926-04-12

Piero De Bernardi, Once Upon a Time in America

1926-11-05

Victoria Gray-Adams, Mississippi: Is This America?: 1962-1964

1927-01-04

Thomas Noguchi, The Killing of America

1927-03-16

Dutch Miller, Once Upon a Time in America

1927-04-02

Billy Pierce, The Story of America's Classic Ballparks

1927-9-21

Marty Farrell, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: America's Greatest Movies

1928-01-29

Peter Byrne, actor (Postcards from America, Carry on Cabby)

1928-02-24

Irwin Schiff, America: Freedom to Fascism

1928-04-21

Rushdi El Mahdi, Hello America

1928-05-28

Umberto Tirelli, Once Upon a Time in America

1928-11-29

Yolande Betbeze, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1928-12-08

Ulric Neisser, Kiel, Germany, America psychologist (Intelligence: Knowns and Unknowns, Bell Curve task force head), (d. 2012)

1928-9-25

Bob Chandler, Learning in America: Schools That Work

1929-02-16

Sol Negrin, Coming to America

1929-07-04

Slavko Sestak, Captain America

1929-07-10

Bob Bullock, Vote for Me: Politics in America

1929-08-15

Frank Gio, Once Upon a Time in America

1929-9-03

James 'Whitey' Bulger, Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger

1930-01-05

Oscar Klein, My Little America

1930-01-13

Sally Harper, Young America

1930-03-31

Yehuda Nir, A Life Apart: Hasidism in America

1930-05-31

Ron Toomer, America's Greatest Roller Coaster Thrills in 3D

1930-06-02

Vic Firth, Vietnam: Parts I & II - Roots of War/America's Mandarin

1930-06-09

Angelo Novi, Once Upon a Time in America

1930-06-23

James Ingo Freed, Bauhaus in America

1930-08-17

Bebe Shopp, The All-Star MATCH GamE (Miss America & Sam Levenson)

1930-11-06

Mark McCormack, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1930-9-20

Stanley Tigerman, Bauhaus in America

1931-05-17

Dewey Redman, Ornette: Made in America

1931-05-28

Stephen Birmingham, Hartford, author (Real Lace: America's Irish Rich)

1931-06-10

Naftali Halberstam, A Life Apart: Hasidism in America

1931-07-05

Joel Heller, America's Toughest Assignment: Solving the Education Crisis

1932-03-02

Frank E. Petersen, America's Marine Aviators

1932-03-08

Jerry Strivelli, Once Upon a Time in America

1932-05-19

Roger Allison, Horatio's Drive: America's First Road Trip

1932-07-31

John Williamson, Sex in '69: The Sexual Revolution in America

1932-10-05

Chris Owens, Where Are We? Our Trip Through America

1932-11-29

Rexella Van Impe, America's Future

1933-03-08

Evelyn Ay, The All-Star MATCH GamE (Miss America & Sam Levenson)

1933-05-03

James Brown, Barnwell, South Carolina, American soul singer (Hot Pants, Living in America) and originator of funk music (d. 2006)

1933-05-23

John Browning, Thomas Hampson: I Hear America Singing

1933-10-31

Hobie Alter, America's Newest Sport

1933-9-11

William L. Pierce, Nazi America: A Secret History

1934-03-15

Frédérique Ruchaud, Hotel America

1934-06-22

Arthur Miller, Good Morning America

1934-08-25

Irene Gilbert, The Last Humorously-Dressed Bellboy in America

1934-12-13

Richard Isay, Why Am I Gay?: Stories of Coming Out in America

1934-9-29

Stuart Kaminsky, Once Upon a Time in America

1935-01-30

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

1935-02-16

Edda Dell'Orso, Once Upon a Time in America

1935-05-19

David Hartman, Pawtucket RI, TV personality (Good Morning America)

1935-05-27

Lee Meriwether, Los Angeles California, Miss America (Time Tunnel, Barnaby Jones)

1935-06-03

John Rosen, MisLead: America's Secret Epidemic

1935-06-14

Andre Schiffrin, Studs Terkel: Listening to America

1935-06-17

Gerritt Debeer, Once Upon a Time in America

1935-12-15

Dannie Richmond, America, the Beautiful

1936-03-12

Lloyd Dobyns, America Works When America Works

1936-05-06

Kevin Cahill, The Most Dangerous Woman in America

1936-08-12

Jürgen Wohlrabe, Asterix Conquers America

1936-10-14

Tony Russo, The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers

1936-12-19

Marian McKnight, Miss America 1957

1937-03-23

Craig Breedlove, LA, auto-racing champion (613 MPH-Spirit of America)

1937-11-20

Jack Linkletter, America Alive!

1937-12-19

Milcho Leviev, Letter to America

1937-12-20

Charles Denton, The Most Powerful Politician in America

1938-01-16

Robert Lipsyte, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1938-03-13

David McKail, Captain America: The First Avenger

1938-05-30

Freda Holloway, The Night America Trembled

1938-07-13

Peter Gillquist, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

1938-10-27

Diane Fawcett Walls, Farrah Fawcett: America's Angel

1938-11-19

Ted Turner, American broadcasting mogul/owns (Atlanta Braves)/won America's Cup

1939-02-08

Linda Marsh, America America

1939-02-17

Mary Ann Mobley, Biloxi Ms, Miss America-1959/actr (Diff'rent Strokes)

1939-03-06

Kit Bond, Top Secret America

1939-08-03

Bud Krogh, The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers

1939-12-24

Herty Lewites, Unser America

1939-12-27

John Amos, Newark NJ, actor (Good Times, Coming to America)

1939-9-22

Osama Abbas, Hello America

1940-01-01

Georgietta Kahalelaukoa Parker, Miss America Pageant

1940-01-20

Carol Heiss, Bank of America Celebration of Gold

1940-02-08

Ted Koppel, America Held Hostage

1940-03-15

Margo Howard, Ann Landers: America's Confidante

1940-05-22

Jerry Ricks, My Little America

1940-05-31

Elfi Mikesch, cinematographer (Erotique, Out of America, Malina)

1940-07-03

Lamar Alexander, Johnny Cash's America

1940-07-22

Judith Walzer Leavitt, The Most Dangerous Woman in America

1940-10-09

Gordon Humphrey, Captain America: The First Avenger

1940-12-07

Carole Simpson, Good Morning America

1940-9-08

Paul Sprenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1941-01-14

Marjoe Gortner, Long Beach Ca, actor (Speak Up America, Falcon Crest)

1941-01-21

Stathis Giallelis, America America

1941-04-11

Ellen Goodman, Women - for America, for the World

1941-07-22

Ron Turcotte, America's Cup/The Birdmen/Doubles/Secretariat

1941-08-01

Sue Myrick, Battle for America

1941-12-22

Janet Langhart, America Alive!

1942-04-02

Hiroyuki Sakai, Iron Chef America: Battle of the Masters

1942-04-14

Robert Dalva, Captain America: The First Avenger

1942-04-16

Neil Lawrence, Beavis and Butt-Head Do America

1942-06-16

Eddie Levert, Soul Train: The Hippest Trip in America

1942-10-07

Paul Weyrich, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

1942-12-01

John Crowley, America and Lewis Hine

1942-9-27

Arthur Blank, Michael Vick/America's New Air Force/Coldplay

1943-01-07

Rosemary McNamara, Beavis and Butt-Head Do America

1943-01-30

Gregory Rozakis, America America

1943-04-21

Mars Bonfire, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1943-07-04

Konrad Bauer, Unser America

1943-08-08

Esma Redzepova, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1943-08-27

Tuesday Weld, Once Upon a Time in America

1943-09-16

Dennis W Conner, yachting pro (4-time America's Cup-winning skipper)

1944-01-05

Franco Ferrini, Once Upon a Time in America

1944-01-05

Ila Schütz, A Kind of America

1944-02-10

Alice Condon, An Italian in America

1944-03-08

David Kyvig, Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America

1944-03-19

Sirhan Sirhan, The Killing of America

1944-05-11

Gabe Videla, Once Upon a Time in America

1944-05-20

Bill Clark, America: A Tribute to Heroes

1944-07-04

Hugo Van Neck, A Dreamscape: Gambling in America

1945-01-13

Giulio Marini, Captain America

1945-04-20

Michael Brandon, Captain America: The First Avenger

1945-04-30

Edward Staten Vance, Coming to America

1945-10-30

Andreas Schmidt-Schaller, Forget America

1945-12-26

John Walsh, activist/TV host (America's Most Wanted)

1945-9-07

Paul America, Ciao Manhattan

1946-02-21

Joseph T. Anderson, America's Marine Aviators

1946-07-29

Gary Mack, The Killing of America

1946-08-14

Larry Graham, Made in America

1946-08-28

Marilyn Mellowes, Julia Child! America's Favorite Chef

1946-10-04

Frank G. Jackson, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1946-11-19

Mike Warnke, America's Best Kept Secret

1946-11-19

Christopher Robbins, Air America

1946-12-30

John Edward Kelly, America's Pyramids

1946-9-28

Karen Shallo, Once Upon a Time in America

1947-01-15

Pete Waterman, Coming to America

1947-03-25

Danny Chang, The Boy Who Walked to America

1947-04-18

James Woods, Once Upon a Time in America

1947-04-20

Olga Karlatos, Once Upon a Time in America

1947-05-06

Alan Dale, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1947-05-27

Lynda Van Devanter, Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam

1947-05-27

Peter A. DeFazio, America: Freedom to Fascism

1947-05-28

Joe Louis Barrow Jr., Joe Louis: America's Hero... Betrayed

1947-07-05

Todd Akin, Monumental: In Search of America's National Treasure

1947-07-22

Albert Brooks, Los Angeles California, comedian (Broadcast News, Lost in America)

1947-07-23

Spencer Christian, weatherman (Good Morning America)

1947-08-24

Joe Manchin III, Burning the Future: Coal in America

1947-11-10

David Allen Loggins, Will Ferrell: You're Welcome America - A Final Night with George W Bush

1948-02-20

Larry Rapp, Once Upon a Time in America

1948-02-23

Tom Bresh, When America Was Rocked

1948-03-07

Rainer Gohde, Forget America

1948-04-29

Reb Brown, Los Angeles CA, actor (Cage, Yor, Capt America, Fast Break)

1948-05-26

Michael Oriard, Saving Football: America's Game at the Crossroads

1948-06-03

Susan Middleton, America's Endangered Species: Don't Say Good-bye

1948-06-15

Albert Håkansson, I Like to Be in America/He Ain't Heavy/Abby's Maiden Voyage

1948-10-01

Mark Landon, Goodbye America

1948-12-18

Ed Kemper, The Killing of America

1948-9-13

Giorgio Venturoli, Once Upon a Time in America

1949-02-17

Peter Piot, Global Health: America's Response

1949-02-24

Gilbert Herdt, Why Am I Gay?: Stories of Coming Out in America

1949-04-17

Howard Cutler, The Hidden Epidemic: Heart Disease in America

1949-05-22

Michael Pfleger, After Newtown: Guns in America

1949-06-25

Phyllis George-Brown, Denton Tx, Miss America (1971)/sportscaster (CBS)

1949-06-30

Eric Goetz, NYC, US shipbuilder (America's Cup 1995)

1950-01-05

Danny Bearer, America's Newest Sport

1950-01-12

Sheila Jackson Lee, Split: A Divided America

1950-03-22

Goran Bregovic, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1950-05-13

Joe Johnston, Captain America: The First Avenger

1950-06-10

Yordanka Bachvarova, Letter to America

1950-07-03

Pawl Burke, Access America

1950-08-22

Susan Ware, Miss America

1950-09-19

Joan Lunden, Fair Oaks California, news host (Good Morning America)

1950-11-01

Dan Peck, Panama City Fla, rock vocalist/guitarist (America)

1950-12-27

Jim Taylor, Captain America: The First Avenger

1950-12-28

Bob Couttie, Goodbye America

1950-9-16

Henry Louis Gates, America Beyond the Color Line with Henry Louis Gates Jr.

1950-9-19

Joan Lunden, Good Morning America

1951-03-09

Ted Hayes, Down and Out in America

1951-04-17

Anna-Maija Ollikainen, Paradise America

1951-05-19

Robert Harper, Once Upon a Time in America

1951-07-21

Eddie Pruett, Music Hall America

1951-12-03

Mike Stock, Coming to America

1951-12-12

Mr. Morris, Leningrad Cowboys Go America

1951-12-22

Jan Stephenson, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1952-01-19

Dewey Bunell, Yorkshire England, rock guitarist (America-Daisy Jane)

1952-02-16

Ivo Papasov, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1952-02-17

Tiina Markkanen, Paradise America

1952-03-16

Kevin Hughes, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1952-03-26

Nancy Snyderman, Good Morning America

1952-06-05

Richard Zobel, Once Upon a Time in America

1952-08-18

Elayne Boosler, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movie Quotes: America's Greatest Quips, Comebacks and Catchphrases

1952-08-27

Eugen Serbanescu, Beyond America

1952-09-12

Gerry Beckley, rock vocalist/guitarist (America-Daisy Jane)

1952-10-09

Sharon Osbourne, Brixton, South London, music manager, TV personality and wife of Ozzy Osbourne (X-Factor, America's Got Talent)

1952-11-04

Jeff Lorber, Coming to America

1952-11-07

David Petraeus, America's Secret Killers

1952-9-01

Phil Hendrie, Team America: World Police

1952-9-19

Nile Rodgers, Coming to America

1953-01-23

Antonio Villaraigosa, America Tropical: Seeing the Light of Day

1953-01-25

Kathy Peiss, Miss America

1953-03-04

Steven Meltzer, Team America: World Police

1953-04-22

Rossella Izzo, Lo zio d'America

1953-06-19

Ken Davitian, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1953-08-13

Jim Paratore, Let's Ask America

1953-08-24

Deborah Mathis, America's Black Forum

1953-11-23

Sue Giosa, America 3000

1953-11-25

James Hayden, Once Upon a Time in America

1953-12-27

Arthur Kent, America's Lost Bombs: The True Story of Broken Arrows

1953-12-28

Richard Clayderman, pianist (Amour, Romantic America)

1953-9-22

Julianne Malveaux, CNN Presents: Black in America

1954-04-07

Rodney Ellis, Vote for Me: Politics in America

1954-05-28

Jasper White, Julia Child! America's Favorite Chef

1954-9-02

Billi Gordon, Coming to America

1955-02-12

Arsenio Hall, comedian (Alan Thicke, Arsenio, Coming to America)

1955-02-21

Mato Valtonen, Leningrad Cowboys Go America

1955-03-02

Dale Bosworth, TV host (America's Most Wanted)

1955-05-25

Connie Selleca, Bronx, actress (Hotel, Capt America II)

1955-10-21

Jeffrey M. Mitchem, America's Pyramids

1955-11-16

David Staller, Kids in America

1956-02-12

Arsenio Hall, Coming to America

1956-05-03

Dan Wolfe, America's Funniest Home Videos

1956-05-09

Wayne Henley, The Killing of America

1956-05-14

Ashley Tyler, America's Dream

1956-05-17

Bob Saget, Phila, comedian (Full House, America's Funniest Home Video)

1956-06-10

Roland Schlotzhauer, C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America

1956-08-25

Matt Aitken, Coming to America

1956-09-15

Tawny Elaine Godin Schneider, Maine, Miss America (76)/(Eye on Hollywood)

1956-12-01

Larry Charles, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1956-9-07

Steven Kunes, A Salute to America's Pets

1957-02-17

Iglika Triffonova, Letter to America

1957-02-26

David Beasley, America's Next Top Candidate

1957-03-20

Vanessa Bell Calloway, Coming to America

1957-04-07

James Garrett, Murder Hotel: The Story of America's First Serial Killer

1957-04-12

Vince Gill, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1957-05-31

Gregg A. Sturdevant, America's Marine Aviators

1957-06-26

Jim T. Lacy, Once Upon a Time in China and America

1957-07-25

Corby Kummer, Julia Child! America's Favorite Chef

1957-08-19

Márta Sebestyén, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1957-10-23

Earl Perque, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1957-11-18

J.C. Watts, Michael Moore Hates America

1957-12-01

Lisa Ervin, Miss America

1957-12-14

Antonio Mora, Good Morning America Weekend Edition

1958-02-20

Sean Michaels, Captain America XXX: An Extreme Comixxx Parody

1958-03-01

Tibor Szervét, A Kind of America

1958-06-03

Mary Bond Davis, Coming to America

1958-06-12

Lori Aronsohn, Blush: The Search for America's Greatest Makeup Artist

1958-11-05

Becky Pentland, America's Most Haunted

1958-11-17

Luc Wylder, Sex Across America: The Tenth Stop Aspen

1958-11-25

Darlanne Fluegel, Once Upon a Time in America

1959-03-12

Luenell, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1959-03-26

Chris Hansen, America Now: City of Heartbreak and Hope

1959-03-26

Tim Preston, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: America's Greatest Movies

1959-05-25

Lon Bronson, Earth to America

1959-06-08

Bernard White, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1959-07-29

Cindy Cash, Johnny Cash's America

1959-08-17

David Koresh, The Decline and Fall of America

1959-9-21

Dave Coulier, The New America's Funniest People

1960-01-05

Rick Santangelo, The Sixth Annual Diamond Star Shootout and Mid-America Import Drag Nationals

1960-01-08

Jolanda Egger, Vacanze in America

1960-01-19

Al Joyner, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1960-01-23

Paul Mason, Crossing Steinbeck's America

1960-02-13

Matt Salinger, Windsor VT, actor (Capt America, Deadly Deception)

1960-05-03

Miroslawa Dembinska, Dad from America

1960-07-05

Ken Mok, America's Next Top Model

1960-10-24

David O'Shields, America's Lost Landscape: The Tallgrass Prairie

1960-9-27

Barron Lerner, The Most Dangerous Woman in America

1961-01-27

Matt LoGuercio, In America

1961-02-27

Ilene S. Landress, Made in America

1961-03-10

Allan Altman, Beverly Sills: Made in America

1961-04-25

Dinesh D'Souza, America: Imagine the World Without Her

1961-05-29

David Huntley, Alaska: Big America

1961-07-18

Elizabeth McGovern, Once Upon a Time in America

1961-08-28

Kim Appleby, Stoke Newington, London, English singer (Mel & Kim-Coming to America)

1961-11-09

Lisa McRee, Good Morning America

1961-11-26

Raffaella Leone, Once Upon a Time in America

1961-12-16

David Wild, America: A Tribute to Heroes

1962-01-17

Greg Mitchell, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1962-04-23

Carlton Holder, Coming to America

1962-05-26

Bobcat Goldthwait, God Bless America

1962-08-03

Fernando Araujo, America au Pouivre

1963-01-07

Bryan Friday, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1963-02-13

Marc Hetterle, Forget America

1963-03-02

Suzette Charles, NJ, replaced Vanessa Williams as Miss America (1983)

1963-03-18

Vanessa L Williams, Millwood NY, Actress, singer and 1st black Miss America (1983)

1963-06-19

Monty L. Simons, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1963-07-18

Mike Greenwell, The Story of America's Classic Ballparks

1963-10-26

Kerri Lynne Rosenberg, Burlington Ia, Miss Iowa-America (1991-top 10)

1963-12-28

Willow Bay, TV host (Good Morning America)

1964-01-12

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

1964-01-22

Ann Rowe, Auburn Maine, Miss Maine-America (1991)

1964-01-30

Cheryl Akemi Toma, Pearl City Hawaii, Miss Hawaii-America (1991)

1964-04-04

Joe Bucaro III, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1964-05-02

Billy Budd, Captain America: The First Avenger

1964-05-15

Jodi Hodgson Long, Touring Historic America

1964-05-22

Rita Guerrero, America

1964-06-06

Sherry J Traylor, Mexico Missouri, Miss Missouri-America (1991)

1964-07-08

Maryalice Demler, N Tonawanda NY, Miss NY-America (1991)

1964-07-08

Maryalice Demler, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1964-07-15

Shari Headley, Queens, New York, American actress (All My Children, Coming to America)

1964-07-15

Shari Headley, Coming to America

1964-08-17

Edmund Druilhet, The Banksters, Madoff with America

1964-11-01

Daran Norris, Team America: World Police

1964-11-07

Liam O'Maonlai, The Irish in America: Long Journey Home

1964-11-21

Marjorie Judith Vincent, Oak Park Ill, Miss America (1991)

1964-9-08

Marc Gordon, Coming to America

1965-01-11

Maxwell Kennedy, Bob Kennedy, the Man Who Wanted to Change America

1965-01-31

Bianca Yasmin Salahshourian, Fairfield Conn, Miss Conn-America (1991)

1965-03-04

Dana Brown, Memphis Tenn, Miss Tenn-America (1991-3rd)

1965-03-18

Geronimo Berroa, America's Next Top Baseball Player

1965-04-27

Randy Brown, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1965-05-02

Felix Jose, America's Next Top Baseball Player

1965-08-14

Lynette Falls, Ridgewood NJ, Miss NJ-America-1991

1965-09-19

Debbye Turner, Miss America (1990)

1965-10-02

Mauri Sumén, Leningrad Cowboys Go America

1965-10-19

Maria Lee Ostapiej, La Mess California, Miss Calif-America (1991)

1965-11-17

Salvator Xuereb, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1965-12-02

Karrie Mitchell, Arvada Colorado, Miss Colorado-America (1991-top 10)

1965-12-09

Karla Nelson, Pine City Minn, Ms America (1993)

1965-12-16

Cynthia Lynne White, Oklahoma City Oklahoma, Miss Oklahoma-America (1991-top 10)

1965-12-24

Nancy Reno, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1965-12-28

Mary Waddell Gainey, Hartsville SC, Miss SC-America (1991-2nd)

1965-12-28

Mary Gainey, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1966-01-01

Rawley Valverde, Made in America

1966-01-17

Karissa Rushing, Benton Arkansas, Miss Arkansas-America (1991)

1966-01-17

Karissa Rushing, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1966-02-04

Marissa Laakso, Boston Mass, Miss Mass-America (1991)

1966-02-14

Armando Lombardo, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1966-02-22

Resga Riggins, Trussville Alabama, Miss Alabama-America (1991)

1966-03-08

Holly Ann Salo, Keani Alaska, Miss Alaska-America (1991)

1966-03-26

Michael Imperioli, Made in America

1966-06-23

Chico DeBarge, Coming to America

1966-07-07

Michael D. Arite, America: Imagine the World Without Her

1966-07-11

Mel Appleby, rocker (Mel & Kim-Coming to America)

1966-07-13

Gerald Levert, Coming to America

1966-08-25

Robert Russell, America's Deadliest Home Video

1966-09-04

Debra Lewin, South Burlington Vermont, Miss Vermont-America (1991)

1966-11-17

Daisy Fuentes, model/MTV veejay (America's Funniest Videos)

1966-11-17

Daisy Fuentes, America's Funniest Home Videos

1966-9-07

Susan A. Burig, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1966-9-18

Jeffrey Solomon, Tom in America

1967-02-13

Melanie Denise Bridges, Derry NH, Miss NH-America (1991)

1967-02-22

David Morizot, Captain America: The First Avenger

1967-03-19

Vinny Montello, America's Funniest Home Videos

1967-03-20

Dana Rinehart Dalton, Orlando Florida, Miss Florida-America (1991)

1967-03-20

Dana Dalton, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1967-03-30

András Kópis, A Kind of America

1967-04-14

Marla Wynne, Easton Penn, Miss Penn-America (1991) (top 10)

1967-05-13

Kathy Small, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1967-05-31

Fred Mancuso, Made in America

1967-07-10

Rusty Jacobs, Once Upon a Time in America

1967-07-19

Peter Fuller, Earth to America

1967-07-19

Don May Jr., Captain America: The First Avenger

1967-08-23

Nancy Jane Cox, Campbellsville Kentucky, Miss Kentucky-America-1991

1967-08-23

Nancy Cox, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1967-09-05

Michele Ebadi, Omaha Nebraska, Miss Nebraska-America (1991)

1967-09-11

Kendra Lee Ruwe, Madison Idaho, Miss Idaho-America (1991)

1967-09-25

Lezlie Lund, Tolna ND, Miss ND-America (1991)

1967-10-14

Arleen Sorkin, actress (Days of Our Lives, America's Funniest Videos)

1967-11-02

Darla Michele Pruett, Canton Georgia, Miss Georgia-America (1991)

1967-11-02

Darla Pruett, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1967-11-06

Jana McCoy, Portales NM, Miss NM-America (1991)

1967-11-08

Kim Dugger, Wichita Kansas, Miss Kansas-America (1991)

1967-11-08

Kim Dugger, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1967-12-11

DJ Yella, Coming to America

1967-12-18

Jay Hopkins, Ron and Laura Take Back America

1967-12-21

Kristi Cooke, Marion Ohio, Miss Ohio-America (1991)

1967-9-11

Eric Slovin, Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs

1968-03-26

Freddie Joe Farnsworth, Captain America: The First Avenger

1968-04-19

Bekka Bramlett, America's Sweethearts

1968-04-23

Susan Emily Savastano, E Providence RI, Miss RI-America (1991)

1968-05-06

Linnea Marie Fayard, Shrevept La, Miss Louisiana-America (1991-5th)

1968-05-06

Linnea Fayard, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1968-06-14

Regan Burns, God Bless America

1968-06-14

Molly Glynn, In America

1968-07-19

Carolie DeVonne Howe, Chugwater Wyoming, Miss Wyoming-America (1991)

1968-07-19

Midori, Coming to America

1968-08-28

Scarlet Annette Morgan, Pfafftown NC, Miss NC-America-1991

1968-10-10

Dixon Scott, Barebacking Across America

1968-11-15

Brenda Alyce Bassett, Kokomo Indiana, Miss Indiana-America (1991)

1968-12-28

Jennifer Palmquest, Wilmot SD, Miss SD-America (1991)

1968-9-13

Piotr Kielar, Dad from America

1968-9-29

Ben Funk, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1969-01-20

Tia Marie Zorne, Las Vegas Nevada, Miss Nevada-America (1991)

1969-02-27

Victoria Fair, Jackson Michigan, Miss Michigan-America (1991)

1969-03-05

Belinda Green-Smith, Captain America: The First Avenger

1969-03-26

Beth Howell, Clinton Mississippi, Miss Mississippi-America (1991)

1969-04-25

John Hampton, Destroying America

1969-04-26

Martina Matuschewski, Forget America

1969-05-15

Randall Carlton, In America

1969-05-16

Tucker Carlson, Split: A Divided America

1969-05-17

Janusz Onufrowicz, Damned America

1969-05-20

Suzanne Lawrence, Humble Texas, Miss Texas-America (1991) (4th)

1969-06-13

Malaak Compton, CNN Presents: Black in America 2

1969-07-03

Kevin Hearn, Barenaked in America

1969-08-10

Pab Sungenis, America's Next President

1969-09-22

Melissa Lynn Costello, Shenandoah WV, Miss WV-America (1991)

1969-10-12

Kimberly Ann Grimm, Mt Lake Park Md, Miss Maryland-America (1991)

1969-10-15

Allen Lee Haff, America's Cutest Puppies

1969-10-30

Brittany Gae Thompson, Portland Oregon, Miss Oregon-America (1991)

1969-11-20

Tamara Rubin, MisLead: America's Secret Epidemic

1969-11-28

Brian Funck, America's Heart & Soul

1969-12-08

Lisa Marie Munzert, New Castle Delaware, Miss Delaware-America (1991)

1969-12-29

Travis Allen Bush, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1969-9-03

John Fugelsang, America's Funniest Home Videos

1969-9-20

Victoria Dillard, Coming to America

1970-01-21

Luke Geissbuhler, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1970-02-12

Jim Creeggan, Barenaked in America

1970-03-03

John Carter Cash, Johnny Cash's America

1970-03-13

Spencer Emmons, The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles

1970-05-04

Dávid Speier, A Kind of America

1970-05-20

Louis Theroux, The Most Hated Family in America

1970-06-03

Henry Kingi Jr., Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1970-06-25

Kathryn Donovan, Captain America: The First Avenger

1970-09-04

Jennifer Nakken, Cedar City Utah, Miss Utah-America (1991)

1970-10-10

Helen Louise Goldsby, Brooklyn NY, Miss America (NY-Top 10-1996)

1970-10-12

Amy Beth Keller, Great Bend Kansas, Miss America (Kansas-Top 10-1996)

1970-10-12

Kimberly Hoskins, Yuma Arizona, Miss Arizona-America (1991)

1970-10-12

Kimberly Hoskins, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1970-10-30

Nia Long, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Guiding Light, Made in America, Soul Food)

1970-11-28

Paulo Alegria, America's Dream

1970-12-13

Elizabeth Patricia Reilly, North Providence RI, Miss America-RI (1996)

1970-12-17

Chad Buehler, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1970-12-23

Kimberly Ann Cooley, Grand Forks ND, Miss America-ND (1996)

1970-12-23

Shannon Noelle DePuy, Lynchburg Va, Miss Virg-America (1991-top 10)

1970-12-28

Elizabeth McIntyre, Dunbar WV, Miss America-WV (1996)

1970-9-05

Rebekah Stevens, Team America: World Police

1970-9-07

Minka, Destroying America

1970-9-16

Doug Cockle, Captain America: The First Avenger

1971-01-08

Brenda Lee Armstrong, Albert Lea Minn, Miss Minn-America (1991)

1971-01-21

Tommy Puett, Gary Ind, actor (Tyler-Life Goes On, America's Top 10)

1971-01-22

Jennifer Christine Joseph, Wendover Nev, Miss America-Nevada (1996)

1971-02-11

Jennifer Lynne Faucette, Burlington Vermont, Miss America-Vt (1996)

1971-03-26

Michael Bennett, America's Heart & Soul

1971-04-06

Vivian Y Herding, Albuquerque NM, Miss America-NM (1996)

1971-04-09

Bruce Gordon, Captain America: The First Avenger

1971-04-22

Marek Harloff, Forget America

1971-04-25

Michelle Harris, Newark Delaware, Miss America-Delaware (1996)

1971-05-03

Christopher Gilbertson, Captain America: The First Avenger

1971-05-06

Catherine Middleton, Team America: World Police

1971-05-07

Robyn Younie, America's Best Waterparks 2007

1971-06-03

Rob Haswell, America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story

1971-06-22

Austin Bandler, All Aboard America

1971-07-12

Jeremy Klein, Destroying America

1971-08-10

John Hay, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs: America's Funniest Movies

1971-08-19

Tricia Ann Luedtke, Oostburg Wisc, Miss Wisc-America-1991

1971-09-16

Shawntel Smith, Oklahoma, Miss America (1996)

1971-10-05

Coni Lyn Hull, Jackson Michigan, Miss America-Michigan (1996)

1971-10-13

Sacha Baron Cohen, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1971-10-18

Karen J McNenny, Missoula Montana, Miss Montana-America (1991)

1971-10-18

Tammy Harris, Williamstown NY, Miss America-New York State (1997)

1971-10-21

Rebecca Lynn Gray, Indianapolis Indiana, Miss America-Indiana (1996)

1971-11-27

Linette Mertz, Kutztown Penns, Miss America-Penns (1996)

1971-12-28

Marlo Poras, Mai's America

1971-9-11

Kelley Slagle, FELT: Tearing the Fabric of America

1971-9-14

Tod Purvis, Victoria Beckham: Coming to America

1972-01-03

Jody Hart, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1972-01-04

Douglas Plasse, Captain America: The First Avenger

1972-01-05

Kip Prestholdt, America's Pyramids

1972-01-09

Kristie Hicks, Bardstown Kentucky, Miss America-Kentucky (1996)

1972-01-11

Amber Medlin, Virginia Beach Virginia, Miss America-Virginia (1996)

1972-01-15

Kimberly Anne Massaro, St Louis Mo, Miss America (Missouri-5th-1997)

1972-02-05

Erin Phillips, Mexico Missouri, Miss America-Missouri (1996)

1972-02-14

Erika Rachael Schwarz, Folsom La, Miss America (Louisiana-2nd-1997)

1972-02-18

Shani Lynn Nielsen, New Albany IN, Miss America (Indiana-Top 10-1997)

1972-02-24

Patricia Regan Leines, Medford Or, Miss America (Oregon-3rd-1997)

1972-03-06

Susan Alexander, Silver Spring Maryland, Miss America-Maryland (1997)

1972-03-09

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

1972-03-13

Shea Olliff, Augusta Georgia, Miss America-Georgia (1997)

1972-04-21

Lori Flick, Boston Massachusetts, Miss America-Massachusetts (1997)

1972-05-12

Annette Albertson, Reno Nevada, Miss America-Nevada (1997)

1972-06-30

Ellen Coleen Pasturzak, Portsmouth Ohio, Miss America-Ohio (1996)

1972-07-06

Kelly Lee, Swami MD #1: Coming to America

1972-08-28

Marco Checa Garcia, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1972-08-29

Eddie Micallef, Captain America: The First Avenger

1972-09-04

Myra Katherine Hale, Lincoln Nebraska, Miss America-Nebraska (1996)

1972-09-15

Amanda Lynn Granrud, Great Falls Montana, Miss America-Montana (1996)

1972-09-28

Dena Querubin, Waterford NJ, Miss America-NJ (1996)

1972-10-02

Tara Dawn Holland, Overland Park Kansas, Miss America (1997)

1972-10-24

Natasha Ann Courter, Davenport Iowa, Miss America-Iowa (1997)

1972-10-25

Bernard Zilinskas, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1972-11-02

Jeni Stephens, Memphis Tennessee, Miss America-Tennessee (1997)

1972-11-04

Wendy Hoopes, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1972-11-13

Kimberlee Ann McKay, Belle Fourche SD, Miss America-SD (1996)

1972-11-13

Ben Saypol, Telling Lies in America

1972-12-13

GiGi Gordon, Butler PA, Miss America-Pennsylvania (1997)

1972-12-17

Rene Millan, In America

1972-9-13

Parsa Pirouzfar, Bijan in America

1972-9-27

Erika Woods, Tom in America

1972-9-30

Jamal Anderson, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1973-01-03

Paula Knoll, Moorhead Minnesota, Miss America-Minnesota (1996)

1973-01-17

Amanda Elizabeth Spivey, Spartanburg SC, Miss America-SC (1996)

1973-03-04

David Barnaby, Captain America: The First Avenger

1973-03-06

Jan Stoltz, Captain America: The First Avenger

1973-03-08

Nanette Pearson, Pleasant Grove Utah, Miss America-Utah (1997)

1973-04-09

Marijn de Vries, Letter to America

1973-04-12

Pamela Polk, Berlin Wisconsin, Miss America-Wisconsin (1996)

1973-04-14

Donna Okonczak, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1973-04-24

Melissa Short, Kaaawa Hawaii, Miss America (Hawaii-Top 10-1997)

1973-04-26

Tracy Kathleen Hayes, Wheaton Ill, Miss America (Illinois-5th-1996)

1973-04-27

Andrew Lennon, House of America

1973-05-03

Jennifer Lavi, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1973-05-04

Michelle Martinez, Dallas Texas, Miss America (Texas-Top 10-1997)

1973-05-13

Brooke Jennifer Gambrell, Boise Idaho, Miss America-Idaho (1996)

1973-07-06

Alexander Pikas, America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back

1973-07-15

Claudia Liptai, A Kind of America

1973-07-27

Amy Linn Duncan, Oklahoma City Oklahoma, Miss America-Oklahoma (1997)

1973-07-30

Cara Jackson, Chandler Arizona, Miss America-Arizona (1996)

1973-08-02

Kari Anne Safford, Point Pleasant WV, Miss America-WV (1997)

1973-08-03

Kari Litton, Pontotoc Miss, Miss America (Mississippi-Top 10-1997)

1973-08-17

Franziska Petri, Forget America

1973-08-29

Leigh Sherer, Jasper Alabama, Miss America (Alabama-Top 10-1996)

1973-08-29

Leigh Sherer, Miss America Pageant

1973-09-23

Michelle Tolson, Manchester NH, Miss America-NH (1997)

1973-09-25

Melonie McGarrah, Rogers Arkansas, Miss America-Arkansas (1997)

1973-10-14

Christopher Lehman, Soul Train: The Hippest Trip in America

1973-10-27

Alison "Ali" Malyn Shumate, Union City Tenn, Miss America-Tenn (1996)

1973-10-27

Monica Louwerens, Greenville Miss, Miss America (Miss-Top 10-1996)

1973-11-11

Stacy Perrone, Wolcott Conn, Meet Miss America-Connecticut (1997)

1973-11-15

Rachel Kathleen English, Thomaston Ga, Miss America-Georgia (1996)

1973-9-02

Nicholas Pinnock, Captain America: The First Avenger

1974-01-15

Aubrey Jo Hiller, Missoula Montana, Miss America-Montana (1997)

1974-02-27

César Gamiño, Miss Americups: The True Story Behind the 2015 Miss America Pageant

1974-03-19

Jennifer Lynn Drayton, Saginaw Michigan, Miss America-Michigan (1997)

1974-04-09

Sharon Pelletier, Madawaska Maine, Miss America-Maine (1996)

1974-04-10

Sherry Johnson, Owatonna Minnesota, Miss America-Minnesota (1996)

1974-04-24

Derek Luke, Captain America: The First Avenger

1974-04-24

Antoin Cox, Letter to America

1974-05-10

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

1974-05-12

Tiffany Stoker, Clovis California, Miss America (California-4th-1996)

1974-05-17

Marcia Turner, Cambridge Massachusetts, Miss America (Mass-Top 10-1996)

1974-06-03

Alison McCreary, Florence Alabama, Miss America (Alabama-4th-1997)

1974-06-04

Lyndsay Kahler, Orange California, Miss America-California (1997)

1974-06-15

Any Lynn Ciccolella, Monument Colorado, Miss America-Colorado (1996)

1974-06-22

Nicole Juvan, Essex Junction Vermont, Miss America-Vermont (1997)

1974-06-23

Lisa Bamford, Raleigh NC, Miss America-NC (1996)

1974-06-30

Michelle Kang, Fredericksburg Virginia, Miss America-Virginia (1997)

1974-07-10

Jennifer Montica Curry, Muscatine Iowa, Miss America-Iowa (1996)

1974-08-05

Jamie Lynn Bolding, Lakeland Florida, Miss America-Florida (1997)

1974-08-09

Kenya Barris, America's Next Top Model

1974-08-18

Jerry T. Adams, Captain America: The First Avenger

1974-08-20

Richard Azurdia, America 101

1974-08-22

Melinda Page Hamilton, God Bless America

1974-08-23

Paula Gaye Montgomery, Cabot Ark, Miss America (Arkansas-3rd-1996)

1974-10-12

Karmyn Tyler, Shreveport Louisiana, Miss America-Louisiana (1996)

1974-11-08

Jeff Koegler, America's Next Top Model

1974-11-09

Traci Toguchi, Honolulu Hawaii, Miss America-Hawaii (1996)

1974-9-29

Dejan Rakas, Asterix Conquers America

1975-02-04

Elana Eve Chomiszak, Providence RI, Miss America-Rhode Island (1997)

1975-02-14

Jennifer Michelle Roberts, Greensboro NC, Miss America-NC (1997)

1975-02-23

Callan Mulvey, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1975-02-27

Dana Marie Lane, Cheyenne Wyoming, Miss America-Wyoming (1996)

1975-03-01

Justin Harvey, All Aboard America

1975-03-09

John Murphy, Made in America

1975-03-19

Antonio Daniels, For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots

1975-04-06

Ekaterina Arkharova, Lo zio d'America

1975-04-08

Oksana Kazakova, Bank of America Celebration of Gold

1975-04-20

Ronn Burner, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1975-04-21

Angela Michelle Hughes, Anderson SC, Miss America-SC (1997)

1975-04-30

Jeremy Maxwell, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1975-05-03

Brett Rosenbach, Wynton Marsalis: Rebuilding the Soul of America

1975-05-05

Christine Buschur, Eagle River Alaska, Miss America-Alaska (1997)

1975-05-09

Lori Elberg, America's Funniest Home Videos

1975-05-10

Marse Ratliff, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1975-05-21

Nicole Randall, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1975-05-22

Chris Davenport, The War That Made America

1975-07-06

Jennifer S. Jackson, Team America: World Police

1975-07-14

Amy Acuff, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

1975-07-15

Christopher White, For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots

1975-07-30

Cambria Copeland, Team America: World Police

1975-08-05

Erin Gingrich, Yuma Arizona, Miss America-Arizona (1997)

1975-08-12

Robyn Hancock, Grand Rapids Ohio, Miss America-Ohio (1997)

1975-10-01

Willy Santos, Destroying America

1975-10-14

Raul J. Marin, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1975-10-25

Mario Kovac, Captain America

1975-10-27

Emily John Orton, Creswell Oregon, Miss America (Oregon-2nd-1996)

1975-10-28

Dave Preston, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1975-10-30

Stephanie Camp, Rapid City SD, Miss America-SD (1997)

1975-11-24

Carly Jarmon, Mesquite Texas, Miss America-Texas (1996)

1975-11-26

Barna Pély, A Kind of America

1975-12-18

James Payton, Captain America: The First Avenger

1975-12-23

James Chahine, Captain America: The First Avenger

1975-9-13

Misti See, America's Sweethearts

1976-01-09

Dan Seaver, Barenaked in America

1976-02-04

Sean Olson, America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back

1976-02-18

Leilani Münter, America's Sweethearts

1976-02-18

Michael Wilson, Michael Moore Hates America

1976-03-08

Neil Shah, Fear America

1976-03-31

Amanda Moody, Orem Utah, Miss America-Utah (1996)

1976-04-19

Kevin Mannens, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1976-04-22

Danny Gagatt, Captain America: The First Avenger

1976-05-23

Melanie Joyce Bell, Vernon New Jersey, Miss America-New Jersey (1997)

1976-06-02

Rachel White, Columbus Nebraska, Miss America-Nebraska (1997)

1976-06-04

Delanna Studi, Edge of America

1976-06-12

Kristin Alicia Beall Ludecke, Eustis Fla, Miss America-Florida (1996)

1976-06-16

David Pino, America's Heart & Soul

1976-06-22

Cameron Scott, Post Mortem, America 2021

1976-07-06

Michelle Stanley, Littleton Colorado, Miss America-Colorado (1997)

1976-08-01

Bernadett Szirbik, A Kind of America

1976-08-20

Kristen Miller, Team America: World Police

1976-08-25

Sarah Nadeau, Portland Maine, Miss America-Maine (1997)

1976-10-07

Anthony Stadler, Captain America: The First Avenger

1976-10-09

Rebecca Darrington, Gillette Wyoming, Miss America-Wyoming (1997)

1976-10-15

Caroline Dobbe, America's Got Talent

1976-10-19

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

1976-11-24

Jennifer Badger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1976-11-24

Heather Biggins, America's Invisible Children: The Homeless Education Crisis in America

1976-9-22

Chad Todhunter, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1976-9-29

Marysol Castro, Good Morning America Weekend Edition

1977-01-06

Amy Zappone, Wolcott Connecticut, Miss America-Connecticut (1996)

1977-02-06

Josh Bodnar, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1977-02-07

Jennifer Bangs, Radio America

1977-02-10

Stephanie Ann Foisy, Concord NH, Miss America-NH (1996)

1977-02-11

Veronica Marie Duka, Campbellsville KY, Miss America (Ky-Top 10-1997)

1977-02-20

Beth Stomps, 77th Miss America Pageant

1977-03-08

Trish Regan, Marijuana Inc: Inside America's Pot Industry

1977-04-24

Hope Walter, In America

1977-05-28

Greg Herman, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1977-06-01

Jago Cooper, Lost Kingdoms of Central America

1977-06-29

Tania Joy Gibson, Lake Barrington Ill, Miss America-Illinois (1997)

1977-07-01

Misty Marriah Esplin, Preston Idaho, Miss America-Idaho (1997)

1977-08-27

Trisha Williams, Hobbs New Mexico, Miss America-New Mexico (1997)

1977-08-29

Shameek Cook, CBS Reports: In the Killing Fields of America

1977-08-31

Saiyiu. Li, Angels in America

1977-09-30

Stacey Storey, Eagle River Alaska, Miss America-Alaska (1996)

1977-10-07

Chera-Lyn Cook, The 78th Annual Miss America Pageant

1977-10-07

Kenyetta Hughes, America's Next Top Model

1977-10-16

Jamila Chase, Miss America

1977-10-20

Leila Josefowicz, America's Tribute to Bob Hope

1977-11-02

Kimberly Overstreet, America's Serial Killer

1977-9-22

Andy Martinez Jr., Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1978-01-05

America Olivo, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

1978-01-17

Leilani Marie, Don King: Only in America

1978-02-12

Jeremiah Hornbaker, For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots

1978-02-13

Zeke Lawless, In America

1978-02-22

Greg Pohl, Pepe & Santo vs. America

1978-03-09

Kelly Padgett, Inside America's Executive Mansions

1978-04-01

JJ Feild, Captain America: The First Avenger

1978-04-25

Ben Uttley, Captain America: The First Avenger

1978-05-18

Jennifer Streblow, Oshkosh Wisconsin, Miss America-Wisconsin (1997)

1978-06-02

Dominic Cooper, Captain America: The First Avenger

1978-07-14

Molly Lyons, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1978-07-15

Ellie Crumbaugh, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs: America's Funniest Movies

1978-07-16

Stephanie Lee Hamilton, Williston ND, Miss America-ND (1997)

1978-08-13

Tandi Iman Dupree, Black America

1978-08-14

Lucie Bourgeau, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1978-10-13

Marlos Moreira, America

1978-10-30

Amanda Swafford, America's Next Top Model

1978-11-30

Roopashree Jeevaji, In Search of America, Inshallah

1979-01-13

Mike Mohr, Lust in America

1979-02-11

Cheyenne Ellis, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1979-02-28

Steve Watkins, America's Next Top Model

1979-03-04

Niki Newland, C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America

1979-03-26

Paul T. Hanlon, Ciao America

1979-06-19

Jimena Ferrante, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1979-07-07

America Martin, model (Not macaroni & cheese, cheese & macaroni)

1979-07-16

Chris Morris, Kids in America

1979-10-06

Lex Shrapnel, Captain America: The First Avenger

1979-12-13

Barbara Orosz, A Kind of America

1979-12-24

David McGrory, Captain America: The First Avenger

1979-9-18

Jennifer Harding, America's Next Top Model

1980-01-04

Jared Slater, Captain America: Civil War

1980-01-11

Mike Spear, America's Next Top Model

1980-01-24

Carl Tortola, Ciao America

1980-02-01

Robert Strong, Captain America: The First Avenger

1980-04-09

Peter Duque De Estrada IV, Miguel and Gordo Come to America

1980-04-09

Antonia Hartley, Miss America

1980-04-19

Juliet Verni, Team America: World Police

1980-05-21

Anika Moa, America's Sweethearts

1980-06-07

Robert E. Martinez, Pepe & Santo vs. America

1980-06-26

Michael Vick, Michael Vick/America's New Air Force/Coldplay

1980-07-01

Jonathan Arthur, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1980-07-07

America Martin, The Rocketeer

1980-10-04

Joanie Michele, America's Got Talent

1980-10-11

America, Anally Yours... Love, Marie Luv

1980-10-29

Michele Boyd, Bar America

1980-11-16

Frankie Martinez, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1980-11-20

Amber Philpott, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1980-9-13

Will Millender, Sex in America

1980-9-23

Alex Hunter, Captain America: The First Avenger

1981-01-05

David Armstrong, Captain America: The First Avenger

1981-01-17

Derrik Lang, America's Next Top Model

1981-02-04

Jason Kapono, America professional basketball player

1981-02-05

Michael Habenicht, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1981-02-14

Steven Zienka, Captain America: The First Avenger

1981-03-24

Clint Chapman, For America

1981-04-23

Andrew Newport, America's Next Top Model

1981-05-19

Nigel Henderson, Captain America: The First Avenger

1981-05-21

Russell Balogh, Captain America: The First Avenger

1981-06-01

Chris Eanes, Arab in America

1981-06-27

Sam Hoare, Captain America: The First Avenger

1981-07-06

Maureen Winston, Telling Lies in America

1981-08-16

Tony Masiello, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1981-09-20

Joanie Dodds, America's Next Top Model contestant

1981-11-20

Heather Korn, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1981-12-27

Brandon Delancey, America's Got Talent

1982-01-09

Jan Pohl, Captain America: The First Avenger

1982-03-01

Dominic Rains, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1982-03-10

Ben Brimer, Made in America

1982-04-05

Hayley Atwell, Captain America: The First Avenger

1982-04-13

Bre, America's Next Top Model

1982-04-19

Courtney Benjamin, America

1982-05-13

Thomas Alibone, Captain America: The First Avenger

1982-05-24

Serena Lee, Our America

1982-05-31

Guerrin Gardner, God Bless America

1982-06-04

Mychal Reitman, America's Got Talent

1982-06-13

Ken Turner, An American Werewolf in America

1982-06-24

Heidi Voight, The 2007 Miss America Pageant

1982-07-19

Graeme Dunlap, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

1982-07-24

Artemio Santana, David Cross: Let America Laugh

1982-07-29

Jonathan Bergquist, America's Next Top Model

1982-08-13

Sebastian Stan, Captain America: The First Avenger

1982-10-13

Kelly DeVille, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1982-12-06

Hugh Delony, God Bless America

1982-12-12

Fabrizio Santino, Captain America: The First Avenger

1983-01-07

Yûko Aoki, America wo warawasero!

1983-01-21

Kate Bowman, Natasha Mail Order Bride Escape to America

1983-01-30

Ryan L. Carroll, C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America

1983-02-26

Kara Monaco, Playboy: America's Sexiest Bartenders

1983-03-29

Niall McCarthy, The Irish in America: Long Journey Home

1983-05-18

Michael Wendt, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1983-05-27

Brooke DeVille, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1983-07-05

Michael Belyea, Heart of America

1983-08-21

Kara Nelson, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1983-08-22

Tim Snook, America's Next Talentless High Maintenance Gold Diggin' Rump Shakin' Reality Slash Pop Star AKA American Vide-ho

1983-08-29

Haydn Pazanti, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1983-10-17

Vanessa Libertad Garcia, The Real Housewives of America: Political Spoof Parody

1983-12-27

Marek Oravec, Captain America: The First Avenger

1983-9-28

Pam Chien, Battlefield America

1984-01-06

Josh Malek, America's Nightmare

1984-02-01

Konrad Brattke, Messiest Home in America

1984-02-13

Roy Wol, Tom in America

1984-03-01

Naima Mora, America's Next Top Model

1984-03-02

Adam Douglass, God Bless America

1984-03-13

Shelton Dane, Hidden in America

1984-03-15

Nate Scholz, God Bless America

1984-04-18

America Ferrera, American actress

1984-04-18

America Ferrera, Pilot

1984-05-04

Jase Haber, Drug America

1984-07-06

Giselle Samson, America's Next Top Model

1984-07-07

Tim Toomey, Arab in America

1984-07-09

Kim Lapplander, God Bless America

1984-07-17

Kandie Dunn, 70th Annual Miss America Pageant

1984-08-06

Samantha Maldonado, How to Make It in America

1984-10-03

Elizabeth Horton, The 2007 Miss America Pageant

1984-11-06

Luke Allen-Gale, Captain America: The First Avenger

1984-12-06

America Young, Electoral Emissions

1984-12-07

Roderick Pannell, Our America

1984-12-10

Melissa K. Webb, Miss India America

1984-9-02

Alexander Wood, Kids in America

1984-9-05

Melissa Flores, Captain America: The First Avenger

1984-9-09

Jeanette Guaman, America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back

1984-9-10

Dasha, Jack's Teen America: Mission 6

1984-9-13

Nabil Abou-Harb, Arab in America

1984-9-23

Chris Candy, Bar America

1985-01-10

Kelly Sloan, Miss America

1985-01-15

Nicholas Glekas, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1985-02-02

Jennifer Mickelson, Wild America

1985-02-27

Justin Lee, America's Low Budget Superstar

1985-03-19

Nick Hendrix, Captain America: The First Avenger

1985-04-17

Daniel Leatherdale, Captain America: The First Avenger

1985-05-07

Brook Willard, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1985-05-15

Jazmin, Jack's Teen America: Mission 9

1985-05-23

Colin Ferri, Arab in America

1985-06-07

Danielle Evans, America's Next Top Model

1985-06-30

Justin Walker, Rockin' America

1985-07-12

Jayne Deely, Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America

1985-07-25

Caroline Juhasz, America's Next Top Model

1985-07-31

Carrie Terraccino, Sea to Shining Sea: 100 Years Across America

1985-08-27

Jacky Joy, Captain America XXX: An Extreme Comixxx Parody

1985-10-10

Aaron Himelstein, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1985-10-28

Nichole T. Roberts, Dudesons in America

1985-10-28

Emir Ceric, Dudesons in America

1985-12-23

Christopher Rucinski, Captain America: The First Avenger

1986-01-19

Loren Galler-Rabinowitz, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1986-03-02

Emily Cox, The 2009 Miss America Pageant

1986-04-06

Tara Osseck, Miss America

1986-04-27

Jenna Coleman, Captain America: The First Avenger

1986-04-29

Esperanza America, Watts and Volts

1986-05-05

Frenchie, America Stripped

1986-05-12

Emily VanCamp, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1986-05-14

Todd Feaser, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1986-05-25

Melaina Shipwash, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1986-05-27

Kinzy Jo, Jack's Teen America: Mission 6

1986-08-06

Amanda Joseph, 2008 Miss America Pageant

1986-08-22

Erika Hebron, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1986-10-15

Paul Walter Hauser, Dee Reynolds: Shaping America's Youth

1986-11-05

Katrina Francis, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1986-11-22

Ed Walters, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1986-12-03

Abby Hancock, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1986-12-09

Katherine Putnam, Miss America

1986-9-10

Kristen Blair, Miss America

1986-9-22

Kathryn Knuttila, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1987-02-10

Ebony Taylor, America's Next Top Model

1987-03-12

Tim James, Captain America: The First Avenger

1987-03-26

Donnie Bentley, America: Imagine the World Without Her

1987-06-19

Rachael Todd, Miss America

1987-07-15

Nikki Morse, America Dreams

1987-07-18

Raina Hein, America's Next Top Vampire

1987-07-20

Timothy Martin, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1987-07-21

Jen Corey, Miss America

1987-08-04

Andrew Kiser, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1987-11-30

Ian Hecox, Part of the America Online comedy duo Smosh

1988-02-05

Caitlin Uze, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1988-03-01

Sahil Chawla, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1988-03-30

Dean Barlage, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1988-04-28

Alexandra Jordan, Captain America: The First Avenger

1988-05-27

Kristy Cavinder, Miss America

1988-05-27

Allyn Rose, The 2013 Miss America Pageant

1988-06-10

Becki Ronen, Miss America

1988-07-08

Vit Sedlacek, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1988-08-07

Katherine Press, Captain America: The First Avenger

1988-08-07

Liz Cochran, Miss America

1988-08-17

Erin O'Connor, Miss America

1988-10-30

Courtney Thomas, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1988-11-03

Rebekah Futrell, WTF America

1988-12-24

Ashley Davis, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1988-12-31

Jada Stevens, Rocco's Coming in America

1989-01-03

Anya Kop, Russian model and America's Next Top Model contestant

1989-01-29

Brianna Grace Reagh, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1989-02-01

Ruud Salym Erie, Chinaman's Chance: America's Other Slaves

1989-03-04

Jaime Wright, America's Next Top 20 Something

1989-04-12

Brittany Decker, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1989-06-07

Ashley Melnick, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1989-07-16

Genevieve Nutting, The 2012 Miss America Pageant

1989-08-06

Jordan Laurence Digby, Korean Teacher in America

1989-08-10

Dahlia Sky, Rocco's Coming in America

1989-10-05

Ann-Blair Thornton, The 2012 Miss America Pageant

1989-10-21

Sarah Beth James, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1989-11-04

Tara Price, America in the Shadows

1989-9-09

Kosha Patel, Miss India America

1990-01-03

Natalie Davis, The 2012 Miss America Pageant

1990-02-09

Raymond Braun, Kids in America

1990-03-12

Jacob Wasserman, Captain America: The First Avenger

1990-07-04

Kelsi Crain, The 2011 Miss America Pageant

1991-02-28

Sarah Bolger, In America

1991-06-02

Nathan Luttrull, Mi America

1991-12-08

Brandon Rife, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

1991-9-22

Erin Wagner, America's Next Top Model Is...

1992-06-19

Mariah Stanley, America's Most Talented Kids

1992-08-03

Keith Miller, Finding America

1993-01-10

Mikaylynn Williams, Battlefield America

1993-02-06

Teresa Scanlan, The 2012 Miss America Pageant

1993-06-22

Gilland Jones, God Bless America

1993-10-02

Tara Lynne Barr, God Bless America

1993-9-17

Noa Brandes, God Bless America

1994-01-08

Bess Spencer, The Scrambled States of America Talent Show

1995-01-04

Maddie Hasson, God Bless America

1996-01-05

Emma Bolger, In America

1996-06-12

Marco Rotundo, America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story

1997-01-21

Jeremy Shada, Team America: World Police

1997-10-08

Nikolas Zilafro, America

1998-01-06

Sammy Moriarty, Angels Sing Libera in America

2005-02-20

Cruz Beckham, Victoria Beckham: Coming to America

America - Notable Weddings

Robert R. LivingstonSep 9, 1770

America - Weddings
Date Event
1770-09-09

Founding Father of America Robert R. Livingston (23) weds John Steven's daughter Mary Stevens

1987-01-03

Singer/Miss America Vanessa Williams marries Ramon T Hervey in NYC

2005-02-20

"Iron Chef America" host Bobby Flay (40) weds former "Law and Order: SVU" actress Stephanie March (30) at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in New York City

2006-05-29

"America's Next Top Model" first winner Adrianne Curry (23) weds "The Brady Bunch" actor Christopher Knight (48) in Joliet, Illinois

2011-06-27

Actress America Ferrera (28) weds actor and director Ryan Piers Williams (31) in New York

2012-12-21

"Good Morning America" weather anchor Sam Champion (51) weds fine-arts photographer Rubem Robierb (35) at the couple's apartment in Manhattan

2012-12-25

"Arrow" actor Stephen Amell (31) weds America's Next Top Model Cassandra Jean (27) in the Caribbean

2013-06-01

"How to Make It in America" actress Lake Bell (34) weds tattoo artist Scott Campbell at The Marigny Opera House in New Orleans, Louisiana

2014-06-07

Good Morning America's meteorologist Ginger Zee (33) weds NBC news correspondent Benjamin Aaron at beachfront ceremony in Petoskey, Michigan

America - Notable Deaths

Jeanne ManceJun 18, 1673

Irving BerlinSep 22, 1989

America - Deaths
Date Event
1512-02-22

Amerigo Vespucci, Italian explorer (America), dies at 60

1543-01-03

Juan Cabrillo, conqueror of Cen America, discoverer of California, dies

1596-12-08

Luis de Carabajal, 1st Jewish author in America, executed in Mexico

1673-06-18

Jeanne Mance, French Canadian settler and founder of the first hospital in North America, dies at 66

1714-02-24

Edmund Andros, English governor in North America (b. 1637)

1778-08-04

Pierre de Rigaud, French colonial governor in North America (b. 1698)

1797-08-03

Jeffrey Amherst, English gov-gen of America, dies at 80

1842-09-15

José Francisco Morazán Quezada, President of The Federal Republic of Central America (b. 1792)

1888-01-30

Asa Gray, US botanist (Flora of North America), dies at 77

1892-02-16

Henry Walter Bates, naturalist/explorer (South America), dies

1899-11-25

Robert Lowry, Angels in America

1911-06-09

Carrie Nation, Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America

1917-06-15

Lillian Bassman, Russian emigrant to America, photographer and painter (Harper's Bazaar), (d. 2012)

1931-09-10

Salvatore Maranzano, America and the Mob: Wartime Friends

1933-12-16

Robert W. Chambers, America

1935-03-16

Adam Rapacki, My Uncle from America

1938-02-21

Janina Janecka, My Uncle from America

1939-03-27

Constance Lindsay Skinner, Quesnel British Columbia, Canadian author (Rivers of America), dies at 57

1940-02-27

Zofia Czaplinska, My Uncle from America

1940-10-05

Ballington Booth, English Officer in The Salvation Army and co-founder of Volunteers of America

1941-06-11

Daniel Carter Beard, founder of the Boy Scouts of America (b. 1850)

1945-05-17

Sasaki Shigetsu Sokei-an, founder 1st Zen Institute of America, dies

1948-01-18

Arthur Voegtlin, America

1949-06-03

Amedos Peter Giannine, founder of Bank of America dies at 79

1951-06-03

Rollin Hamilton, Detouring America

1954-01-12

Berns De Reaux, Jens Mansson in America

1958-09-05

Lulu Glaser, Love's Pilgrimage to America

1958-11-26

Tiny Bradshaw, Captain America: The First Avenger

1959-10-25

Bob Murphy, TV host (RFD America), dies at 42

1959-11-11

George V. Denny Jr., America's Town Meeting

1960-11-28

Richard Wright, America's Dream

1961-10-04

Metropolitan Benjamin (Fedchenkov), Orthodox missionary and writer, Exarch of Russian Church in North America (b. 1880)

1961-10-26

Edward Johnson, Captain America: The First Avenger

1964-07-04

Hank Sylvern, The Night America Trembled

1965-10-17

Barton King, cricketer (America's greatest cricket all-rounder), dies

1966-08-05

Austin Diamond, cricketer (Australian capt to America 1913), dies

1967-12-23

Ruth Fuller Sasaki, head of 1st Zen Institute of America, dies at 75

1970-07-04

Harold Vanderbilt, America Cup winner (1930, 34, 37), dies at 85

1975-09-25

Bob Considine, newscaster (Tonight! America After Dark), dies at 68

1976-06-04

Scott Whitaker, Ancient America Speaks

1977-01-18

Yvonne Printemps, actress (Paris Waltz, Voyage to America), dies at 81

1980-04-19

Harlow Stengel, America America

1982-10-19

Paul America, Ciao Manhattan

1983-11-08

James Hayden, Once Upon a Time in America

1984-03-13

Mary Adams, Salute to America

1984-07-26

George Gallup, America Speaks

1985-03-19

Mike Gendel, Once Upon a Time in America

1986-06-17

Kate Smith, singer (God Bless America), dies in Raleigh NC at 78

1986-06-17

Kate Smith, Once Upon a Time in America

1986-07-13

Brion Gysin, Ornette: Made in America

1987-08-10

I W Able, CEO (United Steel Workers of America, 1965-77), dies at 87

1989-08-24

Gregory Rozakis, America America

1989-09-22

Irving Berlin, composer (God Bless America), dies at 101

1990-07-03

Raymond Borzage, Young America

1990-12-26

Umberto Tirelli, Once Upon a Time in America

1991-02-01

Carol Dempster, actress (Sally of Sawdust, America), dies at 89

1991-06-11

Bert Reisfeld, God Bless America

1991-10-28

Lydia Hodson Copeland, America's Jr Miss (1972), dies at 37

1991-12-06

Charles A. Levine, Farewell Message of Mr. Levine and Captain Hinchcliffe, Just Before Their Departure on Their Return Flight to America

1992-01-28

Hans Lang, God Bless America

1992-02-02

Bert Parks, [Jacobson], TV host (Miss America), dies at 77

1992-03-30

Art Hannes, The Night That Panicked America

1992-05-03

Arthur Adams, Coming to America

1992-10-04

Dutch Miller, Once Upon a Time in America

1993-02-02

François Reichenbach, America As Seen by a Frenchman

1993-04-19

David Koresh, The Decline and Fall of America

1993-06-21

Jerry Strivelli, Once Upon a Time in America

1993-08-04

Harry Davis, America America

1994-01-16

Stephen Kritsick, veterinarian (Good Morning America), dies at 42

1994-10-04

Bill Challis, America's Music - Chicago and All That Jazz

1994-10-19

Nellie Fisher, America Song

1994-11-08

Kay St. Germain Wells, How to See South America by Bus

1995-07-10

William Watkins, Coming to America

1995-10-01

Margaret Gorman Cahill, 1st Miss America (1921), dies at 90

1995-10-19

Jürgen Wohlrabe, Asterix Conquers America

1996-09-17

Spiro Agnew, America Revisited

1997-02-06

Ernie Anderson, America's Funniest Home Videos

1997-02-12

Bengt Janzon, Jens Mansson in America

1997-04-26

Joey Faye, Once Upon a Time in America

1997-05-06

Angelo Novi, Once Upon a Time in America

1997-05-19

Allan Tyrer, America

1997-06-19

Kenneth O'Rourke, The Irish in America

1997-07-30

Dai Bao, America's Mandarin: 1954-1963

1997-09-30

Al 'Jazzbeaux' Collins, Tonight! America After Dark

1997-10-18

Marx Hartman, Airport America

1998-07-16

John Henrik Clarke, America's Dream

1998-10-24

Mary Calderone, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

1998-12-10

Buddy Feyne, Captain America: The First Avenger

1999-04-10

Edward Staten Vance, Coming to America

1999-06-18

Bob Bullock, Vote for Me: Politics in America

1999-12-19

Robert Cornell, Young America

2000-06-22

Rushdi El Mahdi, Hello America

2000-08-09

Bob Lido, America on the Move

2000-11-03

Leonardo Benvenuti, Once Upon a Time in America

2001-03-30

Elena Karam, America America

2001-10-03

Tatiana Menotti, In America

2001-10-16

Diane Fawcett Walls, Farrah Fawcett: America's Angel

2001-12-06

Sir Peter Blake, New Zealand yachtsman & winner of numerous Whitbread and America's Cup sailing contests, killed by pirates on the Amazon River at age 53

2001-12-21

Peter Kriendler, Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America

2001-12-29

Gyorgy Kepes, Bauhaus in America

2002-03-27

Milton Berle, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs: America's Funniest Movies

2002-07-23

William L. Pierce, Nazi America: A Secret History

2002-10-26

Ella Melton Peck, Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America

2002-11-15

Lynda Van Devanter, Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam

2002-12-11

Ila Schütz, A Kind of America

2003-01-26

John Browning, Thomas Hampson: I Hear America Singing

2003-04-27

Olivette Miller, Mo' Funny: Black Comedy in America

2003-05-16

Mark McCormack, Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America

2003-06-25

Lester Maddox, America Revisited

2004-09-08

Richard Butler, Nazi America: A Secret History

2004-09-21

Edward Larabee Barnes, Bauhaus in America

2004-11-27

Billy James Hargis, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

2004-12-22

Lucile Zinman, Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America

2004-12-28

Giulio Marini, Captain America

2005-01-01

Shirley Chisholm, Women - for America, for the World

2005-03-23

Naftali Halberstam, A Life Apart: Hasidism in America

2005-04-10

Iakovos, Archbishop of America (b. 1911)

2005-04-28

Percy Heath, The Old, Weird America: Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music

2005-10-04

Richard Zobel, Once Upon a Time in America

2005-10-20

Michael Gill, America

2005-12-15

James Ingo Freed, Bauhaus in America

2005-12-31

Tandi Iman Dupree, Black America

2006-01-22

Janette Carter, America's Music: The Roots of Country

2006-03-02

William Davies, America

2006-03-28

Caspar Weinberger, War on America

2006-06-30

Roland Schlotzhauer, C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America

2006-07-02

Herty Lewites, Unser America

2006-07-04

Carl-Adam Nycop, Jens Mansson in America

2006-07-15

Robert H. Brooks, founder of Hooters of America (b. 1937)

2006-07-19

Marty Farrell, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: America's Greatest Movies

2006-07-30

Murray Bookchin, Anarchism in America

2006-08-12

Victoria Gray-Adams, Mississippi: Is This America?: 1962-1964

2006-09-02

Dewey Redman, Ornette: Made in America

2006-09-11

Peter Fuller, Earth to America

2006-11-10

Gerald Levert, Coming to America

2006-12-04

Ruth Webb, America's Really Wanted

2006-12-12

Oscar Klein, My Little America

2007-02-14

Emmett Williams, When Pop Culture Saved America: A 9-11 Story

2007-03-15

Harold Lief, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

2007-03-24

Mary Dent Crisp, Women - for America, for the World

2007-04-03

Walter Nicks, A Time for Laughter: A Look at Negro Humor in America

2007-04-20

Austin Bandler, All Aboard America

2007-05-29

Howard Cutler, The Hidden Epidemic: Heart Disease in America

2007-08-26

Charles Comiskey II, The Story of America's Classic Ballparks

2007-10-04

Neil Lawrence, Beavis and Butt-Head Do America

2007-12-10

Jerry Ricks, My Little America

2007-12-18

Jack Linkletter, America Alive!

2008-08-06

Tony Russo, The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers

2008-10-18

Evelyn Ay, The All-Star MATCH GamE (Miss America & Sam Levenson)

2008-12-11

Bob Chandler, Learning in America: Schools That Work

2008-12-18

Paul Weyrich, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

2009-05-11

Mark Landon, Goodbye America

2009-09-27

Danny Bearer, America's Newest Sport

2009-10-09

Stuart Kaminsky, Once Upon a Time in America

2009-11-30

Steven Meltzer, Team America: World Police

2009-12-20

Lester Rodney, Joe Louis: America's Hero... Betrayed

2010-01-08

Piero De Bernardi, Once Upon a Time in America

2010-06-03

Eddie Pruett, Music Hall America

2010-12-06

Marion Meadows, Viking Visitors to North America

2011-02-05

Peggy Rea, Made in America

2011-03-11

Rita Guerrero, America

2011-04-24

Madame Nhu, America's Mandarin: 1954-1963

2011-04-25

Ashley Tyler, America's Dream

2011-05-19

Phyllis Avery, Made in America

2011-05-21

Irene Gilbert, The Last Humorously-Dressed Bellboy in America

2011-12-14

Joe Simon, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

2012-02-12

John Severin, America comic book artist, dies at 90

2012-05-29

Jim Paratore, Let's Ask America

2012-06-28

Richard Isay, Why Am I Gay?: Stories of Coming Out in America

2012-07-01

Peter Gillquist, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

2012-10-24

Montrose Hagins, Coming to America

2012-12-07

John Rosen, MisLead: America's Secret Epidemic

2012-12-24

Christopher Robbins, Air America

2013-03-24

John Williamson, Sex in '69: The Sexual Revolution in America

2013-03-30

Edith Schaeffer, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America

2013-05-19

Michael Burke, Grand Castles of America

2013-07-13

Marc Simont, In the Name of Democracy: America's Conscience, a Soldier's Sacrifice,

2013-08-17

Vanessa Libertad Garcia, The Real Housewives of America: Political Spoof Parody

2013-11-08

Don Weissmuller, Miss America

2013-12-01

Andre Schiffrin, Studs Terkel: Listening to America

2014-03-01

Frédérique Ruchaud, Hotel America

2014-03-29

Hobie Alter, America's Newest Sport

2014-07-19

Yehuda Nir, A Life Apart: Hasidism in America

2014-09-06

Molly Glynn, In America

2014-11-30

Martin Litton, Monumental: David Brower's Fight for Wild America

2014-12-29

Paul Sprenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

2015-07-15

Gary Mack, The Killing of America

2015-07-26

Vic Firth, Vietnam: Parts I & II - Roots of War/America's Mandarin

2015-07-31

Billy Pierce, The Story of America's Classic Ballparks

2015-08-25

Frank E. Petersen, America's Marine Aviators

2015-10-16

Irwin Schiff, America: Freedom to Fascism

2018-02-22

US television preacher dubbed 'America's pastor' Billy Graham dies, aged 99

2018-06-12

Neal E Boyd, opera singer who won America's Got Talent, dies aged 42


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