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USA - Notable Historical Events

ColumbusOct 12, 1792

Lewis CarrollNov 26, 1865

John Philip HollandMay 17, 1897

William McKinleyJun 19, 1900

Vincent MasseyNov 10, 1926

Orson WellesOct 30, 1938

Winston ChurchillMay 12, 1943

Vijaya Lakshmi PanditMay 12, 1949

Lee Harvey OswaldOct 31, 1959

JFKOct 26, 1962

George ForemanOct 26, 1968

Mike EruzioneFeb 22, 1980

Eddie MurphyJun 28, 1996

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USA - Historical Events
Date Event
1701-09-28

Divorce legalized in Maryland, USA

1778-02-06

France recognizes USA, signs Treaty of Alliance in Paris; 1st US treaty

1789-11-26

1st national Thanksgiving in USA

1792-10-12

First celebration of Columbus Day in the USA held in New York

1794-06-24

Bowdoin College is founded in Maine, USA

1795-09-05

USA and Algiers sign peace treaty

1818-12-03

Illinois becomes 21st state USA (Admission day)

1844-09-25

Canada defeats USA by 23 runs in the 1st cricket international

1847-07-29

Cumberland School of Law founded in Lebanon, Tennessee, USA. At the end of 1847 only 15 law schools exist in the United States.

1859-08-28

A geomagnetic storm causes the Aurora Borealis to shine so brightly that it is seen clearly over parts of USA, Europe, and even as far afield as Japan.

1861-11-19

The first petroleum shipment (1,329 barrels) from the U.S. to Europe leaves Philadelphia, USA, for London, England on the Elizabeth Watts

1864-05-07

Battle of Wilderness ends (total losses: USA-17,666; CSA-7,500)

1865-11-26

"Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll published in USA

1867-02-06

Peabody Fund forms to promote Black education in southern USA

1870-10-25

Postcards first used in USA

1884-10-22

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

1889-11-11

Washington admitted as 42nd state of USA

1894-03-12

In Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA, Coca-Cola is sold in bottles for the first time.

1896-05-06

Samuel Pierpont Langley flies his unpiloted Number 5 aircraft using a catapult launch from a boat on the Potomac River, USA. The aircraft travels almost 3/4 of a mile - ten times further than any previous heavier-than-air flying machine.

1897-05-17

The first successful submarine that can run submerged for any considerable distance and combines electric and gasoline engines is launched in the USA by its designer John Philip Holland

1898-07-21

Spain cedes Guam to USA

1900-01-01

1st date in John dos Passos' USA trilogy (The 42nd Parallel)

1900-01-31

The final report of the USA's Philippine Commission is released, favouring territorial government for the islands with home rule in local affairs, but with US assumptions of ultimate responsibility for the government.

1900-03-06

After a meeting in Indianapolis, USA, a group forms the Social Democratic Party and nominates Eugene Debs as its candidate for President in the forthcoming election (becomes the Socialist Party in 1901)

1900-04-30

USA annexes Hawaii

1900-06-14

Having been annexed to the USA on 12 August 1898, Hawaii is constituted as an organised territory

1900-06-19

In the USA, the Republican Party nominate President William McKinley for re-election, but choose a new candidate for Vice-President: Theodore Roosevelt

1900-07-04

Williams Jennings Bryan nominated as Democratic Party presidential candidate, USA

1900-08-10

1st Davis Tennis Cup: USA beats British Isles at Longwood Cricket Club in Boston, Massachusetts (3-0)

1900-09-17

USA, Anthracite coal miners go out on strike for better wages until the October 25, by which time the owners are persuaded that their stand is harming President McKinley's campaign

1901-01-24

Denmark and the US sign a treaty under which Denmark will sell the Danish West Indies to the USA for $5 million, but the sale will be postponed until 1917

1901-02-21

In Cuba, the constitutional delegates adopt a constitution much like that of the USA

1901-05-09

A financial panic begins in the USA following the struggle between two groups to control the railroads between the Great Lakes and the Pacific

1901-06-12

In Cuba, the constitutional convention - knowing that the USA will not withdraw its troops until does so - adopts the Platt Amendment as part of its constitution

1901-11-18

The USA and Great Britain sign the Second Hay-Pauncefote Treaty, or Interoceanic Ship Canal Treaty

1902-07-01

US Congress passes the Philippines Government Act, providing that the Philippines be governed by a commission appointed by the President, with consent from the senate; Filipinos are to be treated as citizens of their land, no the USA

1902-08-08

2nd Davis Cup: USA beats British Isles in New York (3-2)

1903-01-22

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

1903-08-08

3rd Davis Cup: British Isles beats USA in Boston (4-1)

1903-11-06

USA recognizes independence of Panama

1905-01-31

Carroll Wright appointed 1st Commissioner of Labor, USA

1905-07-24

5th Davis Cup: British Isles beats USA in Wimbledon (5-0)

1906-06-18

6th Davis Cup: British Isles beats USA in Wimbledon (5-0)

1908-06-23

The USA suspends diplomatic relationships with Venezuela after the refusal of Cipriano Castro's government to compensate Americans for injuries suffered in the uprising of 1899

1908-11-30

8th Davis Cup: Australasia beats USA in Melbourne (3-2)

1909-06-09

Alice Huyler Ramsey, a 22-year-old housewife and mother from Hackensack, New Jersey, becomes the first woman to drive across the USA, driving a Maxwell automobile 3,800 miles from Manhattan to San Francisco in 59 days with three non-driving female companions.

1909-08-29

World's 1st air race held in Rheims France. Glenn Curtiss (USA) wins

1909-11-30

9th Davis Cup: Australasia beats USA in Sydney (5-0)

1912-01-03

10th Davis Cup: Australasia beats USA in Christchurch (5-0)

1913-07-28

12th Davis Cup: USA beats British Isles in Wimbledon (3-2)

1913-11-03

The USA introduces an income tax.

1914-08-05

1st traffic light installed in USA (Euclid Ave & E 105th St, Cleveland)

1914-08-15

13th Davis Cup: Australasia beats USA in New York (3-2)

1916-04-18

US Secretary of State Warns Germany that the USA may break diplomatic relations unless torpedo attacks on unarmed ships stop

1916-05-15

Claiming that the USA must act to quell dangerous disorder, the government orders US Marines to land in Santo Domingo; the American occupation will continue until 1924

1920-07-16

15th Davis Cup: USA beats Australasia in Auckland (5-0)

1921-09-03

16th Davis Cup: USA beats Japan in New York (5-0)

1922-09-05

17th Davis Cup: USA beats Australasia in New York (4-1)

1922-11-28

Capt Cyril Turner (RAF) gives 1st skywriting exhibition (NYC) Turner spelled out "Hello USA. Call Vanderbilt 7200." 47,000 called

1922-12-01

1st skywriting over US-"Hello USA"-by Capt Turner, RAF

1923-09-01

18th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in New York (4-1), for their 4th straight Davis Cup

1924-09-13

19th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Philadelphia (5-0)

1925-01-05

Nellie Taylor Ross became governor of Wyoming, 1st woman gov in USA

1925-09-12

20th Davis Cup: USA beats France in Philadelphia (5-0)

1926-05-20

Railway Labor Act became law in USA

1926-06-23

The College Board administers the first SAT exam in USA

1926-07-26

Philippines government asks USA for a plebiscite on independence

1926-09-11

21st Davis Cup: USA beats France in Philadelphia (4-1), for their 7th straight championship

1926-11-10

Vincent Massey becomes 1st Canadian minister to USA

1927-09-10

22nd Davis Cup: France beats USA in Philadelphia (3-2)

1928-07-02

The Jenkins Television Corporation (owned by Charles Jenkins) goes on air with W3XK, the first television broadcasting station in the USA

1928-07-29

23rd Davis Cup: France beats USA in Paris (4-1)

1928-10-08

Eastern Soccer League forms in USA

1929-01-29

Seeing Eye Guide Dog organization forms in USA

1929-02-13

Cruiser Act, USA, approves the construction of 19 new cruisers & an aircraft carrier

1929-07-28

24th Davis Cup: France beats USA in Paris (3-2)

1929-08-07

Jo Baer (born Josephine Kleinberg), Seattle USA, American artist

1930-07-27

25th Davis Cup: France beats USA in Paris (4-1)

1932-02-27

Explosion in coal mine Boissevain, Virginia, USA (38 dead)

1932-07-31

27th Davis Cup: France beats USA in Paris (3-2)

1934-07-31

29th Davis Cup: Great Britain beats USA in Wimbledon (4-1)

1935-01-21

Wilderness Society incorporated in USA

1936-06-09

Page Miss Glory (1936), premieres in USA

1937-07-27

32nd Davis Cup: USA beats Great Britain in Wimbledon (4-1)

1938-08-05

33rd Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Philadelphia (3-2)

1938-10-30

Orson Welles panics the USA with broadcast of HG Welles' "War of the Worlds"

1939-06-07

George VI & Elizabeth become the 1st king & queen of Britain to visit USA

1939-09-05

34th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Haverford (3-2)

1941-11-06

USA lends Soviet Union $1 million

1942-06-05

USA declares war on Bulgaria, Hungary & Romania

1942-07-19

Dmitri Shostakovitch' 7th Symphony premieres in USA

1943-05-12

British premier Winston Churchill arrives in USA

1945-06-05

USA, UK, USSR, France declare supreme authority over Germany

1945-06-09

"Gruesome Twosome" premieres in USA

1946-06-10

Rear Admiral Sidney W Souers, USNR, ends term as 1st director of CIA. Lieutenant General Hoyt S Vandenberg, USA, becomes 2nd director of CIA

1946-12-26

35th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Melbourne (5-0)

1947-01-20

Brigadier General Edwin K Wright, USA, becomes deputy director of CIA

1947-05-01

Lt General Hoyt S Vandenberg, USA, ends term as 2nd head of CIA

1947-12-30

36th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in New York (4-1)

1948-02-13

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Davos won by Richard Button USA

1948-04-30

"Inside USA" opens at Century Theater NYC for 339 performances

1948-09-06

37th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in New York (5-0)

1949-02-17

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by Richard Button USA

1949-02-19

"Inside USA" closes at Century Theater NYC after 339 performances

1949-03-09

Brigadier Gen Edwin K Wright, USA, ends term as deputy director of CIA

1949-05-12

1st foreign woman ambassador received in USA (Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit of India)

1949-08-28

38th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in New York (4-1)

1949-09-29

"Inside USA With Chevrolet" debuts on CBS-TV

1950-03-07

Ice Pairs Championship at London won by K Kennedy & P Kennedy (USA)

1950-03-07

Men Figure Skating Championship in London won by Richard Button (USA)

1950-08-26

39th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in New York (4-1)

1951-02-24

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Milan won by Richard Button USA

1951-12-20

Walter Zinn's Experimental Breeder Reactor I, the first nuclear reactor to produce electric power, goes live at the Argonne National Laboratory, USA

1951-12-27

40th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Sydney (3-2)

1952-02-29

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by Richard Button USA

1952-11-04

General Dwight Eisenhower (R) elected 34th president of the USA, beating Adlai Stevenson (D)

1952-12-31

41st Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Adelaide (4-1)

1953-02-09

General Walter Bedell Smith, USA, ends term as 4th director of CIA Allen W Dulles, becomes acting director of CIA

1953-02-10

Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Davos won by Tenley Albright USA

1953-02-10

Men's Figure Skating Champion in Davos won by Hayes Alan Jenkins USA

1953-05-18

1st woman to break sound barrier (Jacqueline Cochrane, USA)

1953-12-31

42nd Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Melbourne (3-2)

1954-12-04

The first Burger King is opened in Miami, Florida, USA

1954-12-28

43rd Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Sydney (3-2)

1955-06-15

The Eisenhower administration stages the first annual "Operation Alert" (OPAL) exercise, an attempt to assess the USA's preparations for a nuclear attack.

1955-12-28

44th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in New York (5-0)

1956-02-17

Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Garmisch won by Carol Heiss USA

1956-02-17

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Garmisch won by H A Jenkins USA

1956-12-27

45th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Adelaide (5-0)

1957-03-03

Men's Figure Skating Champ in Colo Springs won by David Jenkins (USA)

1957-12-18

Shippingport Atomic Power Station in Pennsylvania USA, the world's 1st nuclear power plant begins to generate electricity

1957-12-28

46th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Melbourne (3-2)

1958-02-15

Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by Carol Heiss of USA

1958-02-15

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by David Jenkins USA

1958-12-31

47th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Brisbane (3-2)

1959-02-28

Ice Dance Championship at Colo Springs USA won by Denny & Jones of GRB

1959-02-28

Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Colo Spr won by Carol Heiss USA

1959-02-28

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Colo Spr won by David Jenkins USA

1959-08-31

48th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in New York (3-2)

1959-10-31

Lee Harvey Oswald announces in Moscow he will never return to USA

1960-02-26

USA's David Jenkins wins Olympic Gold for men's figure skating

1960-03-05

Worlds Ladies' Figure Skating Champions in Vancouver won by Carol E Heiss (USA)

1962-04-03

Lt General Marshall S Carter, USA, becomes deputy director of CIA

1962-06-09

"Bill of Hare" premieres in USA

1962-10-26

JFK warns Russia that the USA will not allow Soviet missiles to remain in Cuba

1963-08-05

Britain, USA & USSR sign nuclear test ban treaty

1963-12-29

52nd Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Adelaide (3-2)

1964-09-28

53rd Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Cleveland (3-2)

1966-11-11

Methodist Church & Evangelical United Brethren Church unite as United Methodist Church (USA)

1968-10-18

Bob Beamon of USA sets long jump record (29 ft. 2½ in.) in Mexico City

1968-10-26

George Foreman wins gold for USA at Mexico Olympic games (Heavyweight boxing)

1968-12-28

57th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Adelaide (4-1)

1969-02-28

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Colo Springs won by Tim Wood USA

1969-09-21

58th Davis Cup: USA beats Romania in Cleveland (5-0)

1970-03-07

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Ljubljana won by Tim Wood (USA)

1970-08-31

59th Davis Cup: USA beats Germany in Cleveland (5-0)

1971-10-11

60th Davis Cup: USA beats Romania in Charlotte (3-2)

1972-05-02

Lt General Vernon A Walters, USA, becomes deputy director of CIA

1972-10-15

61st Davis Cup: USA beats Romania in Bucharest (3-2)

1973-12-02

62nd Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Cleveland (5-0)

1974-09-28

"Surfin' USA" by Beach Boys reenters chart & peaks at #36

1976-06-11

Beatles "Rock & Roll Music" LP is released in USA

1976-07-07

Lt General Vernon A Walters, USA, ends term as deputy director of CIA; succeeded by E Henry Knoche

1977-03-03

World Ladies Fig Skating Championship in Tokyo won by Linda Fratianne (USA)

1978-03-09

Men's Figure Skating Champions in Ottawa won by Charles Tickner (USA)

1978-12-10

67th Davis Cup: USA beats Great Britain in Rancho Mirage (4-1)

1979-03-17

Ice Pairs Championship at Vienna won by Tai Babilonia & R Gardner USA

1979-04-30

Mary Therese Friel, (New York), crowned 28th Miss USA

1979-10-01

Pope John Paul II begins visit to USA

1979-12-16

68th Davis Cup: USA beats Italy in San Francisco (5-0)

1980-02-22

USA beats USSR in Olympic hockey 4-3, referred to as "Miracle on Ice". USA captain Mike Eruzione scores winning goal in 3rd period

1980-02-24

USA Olympic hockey team defeated Finland, 4-2, to win the gold medal

1980-05-15

Shawn Weatherly, (SC (will win Miss Universe), crowned 29th Miss USA

1980-07-07

Shawn Weatherly, of USA, crowned 29th Miss Universe

1980-07-07

Jineane Ford, (AZ) replaces S Weatherly (Miss Univ) as 29th Miss USA

1980-10-18

Brooke Alexander, 18, of Hawaii, crowned Miss World USA

1981-03-05

Men's Figure Skating Champions in Hartford won by Scott Hamilton (USA)

1981-05-21

Kim Seelbrede, (Ohio), crowned 30th Miss USA

1981-12-13

70th Davis Cup: USA beats Argentina in Cincinnati (3-1)

1982-03-13

Men's Fig Skating Champions in Copenhagen won by Scott Hamilton (USA)

1982-03-13

Worlds Ladies Fig Skate Champs in Copenhagen won by Elaine Zayak (USA)

1982-05-13

Terri Lea Utley, 20 (Arkansas) crowned 31st Miss USA

1982-06-04

"Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan," released in USA

1982-07-25

20th Tennis Fed Cup: USA beats Germany in Santa Clara USA (3-0)

1982-09-15

1st issue of "USA Today" published by Gannett Co Inc

1982-11-28

71st Davis Cup: USA beats France in Grenoble (4-1)

1983-02-26

Shortwave pirate Radio USA (Wellsville, NY) begins transmission

1983-03-11

Ladies Figure Skating Champ in Helsinki won by Rosalynn Sumners (USA)

1983-03-11

Men's Fig Skating Championship in Helsinki won by Scott Hamilton (USA)

1983-05-12

Julie Lynne Hayek, (California), crowned 32nd Miss USA

1983-08-30

Elizabeth R Zakarian (Devon Pierce), 17, NY, crowned 1st Miss Teen USA

1983-08-31

Edwin Moses of USA sets 400m hurdle record (47.02) in Koblenz

1984-03-23

Men's Fig Skating Championship in Ottawa won by Scott Hamilton (USA)

1984-05-17

Mai Shanley, 21, (NM), crowned 33rd Miss USA

1984-06-04

Bruce Springsteen releases "Born in the USA"

1984-12-18

73rd Davis Cup: Sweden beats USA in Gothenburg (4-1)

1985-01-13

23rd Tennis Fed Cup: Czech beats USA in Nagoya Japan (2-1)

1985-01-19

"Born In The USA" by Bruce Springsteen peaked at #9

1985-01-22

Kelly Hu, 16, of Hawaii, crowned 3rd Miss Teen USA

1985-01-28

Charity single "We Are the World" is recorded by supergroup USA for Africa (Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie and other pop stars)

1985-05-13

Laura Elena Martinez-Herring, 21, (Texas), crowned 34th Miss USA

1985-06-16

Willie Banks of USA sets triple jump record (58 feet 11 inches) in Indianapolis

1985-09-08

"USA Weekend's" 1st issue, appears in 255 newspapers

1985-10-04

Free Software Foundation is founded in Massachusetts, USA.

1986-01-21

Allison J Brown, 17, of Oklahoma, crowned 4th Miss Teen USA

1986-03-22

Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Geneva won by Debi Thomas (USA)

1986-03-25

Men's Figure Skating Championship in Geneva won by Brian Boitano (USA)

1986-05-20

Christy Fichtner, 23, (Texas), crowned 35th Miss USA

1986-07-27

24th Tennis Fed Cup: USA beats Czechoslovakia in Prague Czech (3-0)

1986-09-29

"Airwolf" TV Adventure; moves to USA

1987-02-17

Michelle Renee Royer, 21, (Texas), crowned 36th Miss USA

1987-07-21

Kristi Addis, of Mississippi, crowned 5th Miss Teen USA

1987-08-02

25th Tennis Fed Cup: Germany beats USA in Vancouver Canada (2-1)

1987-08-15

At Pan Am games in Indianapolis, USA & Cuba are tied with 2 outs in 9th, Ty Griffin HR, Cuba 1st loss in 20 years of Pan Am competition

1988-03-01

Courtney Gibbs Eplin, 21, (Texas), crowned 37th Miss USA

1988-03-27

Men's Figure Skating Champions in Budapest won by Brian Boitano (USA)

1988-07-17

Florence Griffith Joyner of USA sets 100m woman's record (10.49)

1988-07-25

Mindy Duncan, 16, of Oregon, crowned 6th Miss Teen USA

1988-09-24

Jackie Joyner-Kersee of USA sets heptathlon woman's record (7,291)

1988-09-29

Florence Griffith Joyner of USA sets 200m woman's record (21.34)

1989-02-28

Gretchen Polhemus, 23, (Texas), crowned 38th Miss USA

1989-06-09

"Star Trek V: The Final Frontier" premieres in USA

1989-07-25

Brandi Sherwood of Idaho crowned 7th Miss Teen USA

1989-08-16

Roger Kingdom of USA sets 110m hurdle record (12.92) in Zurich

1989-10-09

27th Tennis Fed Cup: USA beats Spain in Tokyo Japan (3-0)

1990-03-03

Carole Gist, 20, (Michigan 1st black), crowned 39th Miss USA

1990-03-10

Ladies Figure Skating Champions in Halifax won by Jill Trenary (USA)

1990-05-12

Comic Relief USA '90 (4th one) raises $4.7 million

1990-06-09

Czechoslovakia beats USA 5-1 insoccer World Cup

1990-07-04

2 Live Crew release "Banned in the USA" the lyrics quote Star Spangled Banner & Gettysburg Address

1990-07-16

Bridgette LeAnn Wilson, 17, of Oregon, 8th crowned Miss Teen USA

1990-07-29

28th Tennis Fed Cup: USA beats USSR in Atlanta Georgia (2-1)

1990-11-08

Gina Marie Tolleson of USA, 21, crowned 40th Miss World

1990-12-02

79th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in St Petersburg (3-2)

1991-02-22

Kelli McCarty, 21, (Kansas), crowned 40th Miss USA

1991-04-08

Oakland A's stadium becomes 1st outdoor arena in USA to ban smoking

1991-06-14

Leroy Burrell of USA sets 100m record (9.90) in NYC

1991-07-28

29th Tennis Fed Cup: Spain beats USA in Nottingham England (2-1)

1991-08-19

Janel Bishop, 17, of New Hampshire, crowned 9th Miss Teen USA

1991-09-21

USA Basketball announces "Dream Team" for the 1992 Olympics

1991-12-01

80th Davis Cup: France beats USA in Lyon (3-1)

1992-02-07

Shannon LA Rhea Marketic, 22, (California), crowned 41st Miss USA

1992-02-10

Bonnie Blair wins 1992 Olympics 1st gold medal for USA

1992-03-29

Ladies Fig Skating Championship in Oak won by Kristi Yamaguchi (USA)

1992-04-21

Mobil Oil tug with 12,000 gallons of oil run aground in Arthur Kill (a tidal strait separating Staten Island, New York City from mainland New Jersey, USA)

1992-06-19

"Batman Returns" is released in USA movie theatres

1992-07-18

Sharon Belden, of Florida, 25, crowned Miss World USA

1992-08-01

USA/USSR Around World Air Race begins at Santa Monica

1992-08-25

Jamie Solinger, of Iowa, crowned 10th Miss Teen USA

1992-12-06

81st Davis Cup: USA beats Switzerland in Fort Worth (3-1)

1993-02-19

Kenya Moore, 22, (Michigan), crowned 42nd Miss USA

1993-08-10

Charlotte Anne Lopez, 16, of Vermont, crowned 11th Miss Teen USA

1994-02-11

Lu Parker, (South Carolina), crowned 43rd Miss USA

1994-07-04

USA loses to Brazil 1-0 in 1994 World Cup quarter finals

1994-07-18

NY Jets sign USA soccer goalkeeper Tony Miola as a place kicker

1994-07-24

32nd Tennis Fed Cup: Spain beats USA in Frankfurt Germany (3-0)

1994-08-16

Shauna Gambill, 17, of California, crowned 12th Miss Teen USA

1995-02-10

Chelsi Smith, 21, (Texas), crowned 44th Miss USA

1995-05-13

Chelsi Smith, 21, of USA, crowned 44th Miss Universe Shanna Lynn Moakler, (19-NY), replaces Chelsi Smith as Miss USA

1995-06-09

Congo (1995) premieres in USA

1995-06-09

Party Girl (1995) premieres in USA

1995-06-09

Smoke (1995) premieres in USA

1995-06-09

Wigstock The Movie (1994) premieres in USA

1995-08-15

Keylee Sue Sanders, 18, of Kansas, crowned 13th Miss Teen USA

1995-11-19

Keelin Curnuck, 23, Ms Venus Swimwear 1994, crowned Miss NY USA

1995-11-26

33rd Tennis Fed Cup: Spain beats USA in Valencia Spain (3-2)

1995-12-03

84th Davis Cup: USA beats Russia in Moscow (3-2)

1996-02-02

Ali Landry, 22, (Louisiana), crowned 45th Miss USA

1996-03-25

Ladies Fig Skating Championship in Edmonton won by Michelle Kwan (USA)

1996-03-25

Men's Fig Skating Championship in Edmonton won by Todd Eldredge (USA)

1996-06-28

"Nutty Professor" starring Eddie Murphy opens in theaters in the USA

1996-06-30

Caroline Frolic (Miss Ontario), crowned Miss Renaissance USA

1996-08-10

Parlisha Williams (Louisiana) crowned Ms Black USA Metroplex

1996-08-21

Christie Lee Woods, 18, of Texas, crowned 14th Miss Teen USA

1996-09-29

34th Tennis Fed Cup: USA beats Spain in Atlantic City USA (5-0)

1996-09-29

Nintendo 64 video game system debuts in USA (3 months after Japan)

1997-02-05

Brook Lee, Hawaii, crowned 46th Miss USA (en route to Miss Universe)

1997-03-22

Ladies Fig Skating Championship in Lausanne won by Tara Lipinski (USA)

1997-05-16

Brandi Sherwood (Idaho) replaces Brook Lee (Miss Univ) as Miss USA

1997-05-20

Thor-2A Delta 2 Launch (Norway/USA), Successful

1997-08-20

Shelly Moore, 18, of Tenn, crowned 15th Miss Teen USA

1997-11-02

USA beats Japan 23-13 at LPGA Nichirei International

1998-02-17

USA Women's Ice Hockey Team beats Canada and wins the first Olympic Gold medal

2001-10-26

The United States passes the USA PATRIOT Act into law.

2004-03-31

In Fallujah, Iraq, 4 American private military contractors working for Blackwater USA, are killed and their bodies mutilated after being ambushed.

2004-12-05

93rd Davis Cup: Spain beats USA in Seville (3-2)

2007-03-09

The US Justice Department releases an internal audit that found that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had acted illegally in its use of the USA Patriot Act to secretly obtain personal information about US citizens.

2007-12-02

96th Davis Cup: USA beats Russia in Oregon (4-1)

2009-06-22

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

2009-09-12

The 9-12 Project organized multiple marches and demonstrations across the USA to protest government spending.

2013-09-25

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

2017-03-22

USA beats Japan, reaches World Baseball Classic final for the first time

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USA - Notable Birthdays

Stephen Fuller AustinNov 3, 1793

Jane FromanNov 10, 1907

Maria MenounosJun 8, 1978

USA - Birthdays
Date Event
1786-04-15

Walter Channing, Newport, Rhode Island, USA, American physician who was the first to use anesthesia during childbirth

1787-06-27

Thomas Say, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, American naturalist and father of descriptive entomology

1793-11-03

Stephen Fuller Austin, Virginia USA, colonized Texas

1807-08-11

David R Atchison, pres of USA on March 3rd 1849

1814-02-07

Gardner Quincy Colton, Georgia, Vermont, USA, American lecturer who was the first to use nitrous oxide as an anesthetic in dentistry

1819-02-04

Joshua Norton, SF, Norton I, emperor of USA

1819-08-09

Jonathan Homer Lane, Geneseo, New York, USA, American astrophysicist who mathmatically analyzed the Sun as a gaseous body.

1855-05-08

John Gates ("Bet-a-million" Gates), West Chicago, Illinois, USA, American inventor and industrialist who established the market for barbed wire fencing

1867-07-05

Andrew Ellicott Douglass, Windsor, VT, USA, American inventor of dendrochronology (tree-ring dating)

1872-04-18

Bernard Ogilvie Dodge, Mauston, Wisconsin, USA, American botanist and pioneer researcher on heredity in fungi

1874-08-31

Edward Thorndike, Williamsburg, Massachusetts, USA, American psychologist (father of modern educational psychology)

1884-9-06

Fred Duprez, Hey! Hey! USA

1894-12-09

Eddie Dowling, Woonsocket RI, actor (Anywhere USA)

1901-05-27

Conrad Elvehjem, McFarland, Wisconsin, USA, American biochemist and nutrition scientist (discovered niacin)

1905-10-20

Gunnar Hansen, Med Danmarks kongepar i USA

1907-11-10

Jane Froman, St Louis Mo, singer (Jane Froman's USA Canteen), (d. 1980)

1908-03-13

Paul Stewart, NYC, actor (Top Secret USA, Deadline)

1908-03-26

Hank Sylvern, Brooklyn New York, American orchestra leader (Jane Froman's USA Canteen)

1910-06-07

Marion Post Wolcott, New Jersey USA, depression era photographer

1911-10-24

Nathaniel Wyeth, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, USA, American chemist and inventor (created PET plastic beverage bottle)

1914-07-24

Robert Emhardt, actor (Mac-Another World, Underworld USA, Mooncussers)

1915-06-08

Ruth Stone, USA the Movie

1917-03-01

Dinah Shore, Winchester Tenn, singer (See the USA in a Chevrolet)

1918-03-03

Arnold Newman, photographer (Faces USA)

1920-02-29

Louise Wood, director of Girl Scouts of USA (1961-72)

1921-03-16

Anne Truitt (born Anne Dean), Baltimore USA, American artist

1922-12-11

Peter Birch, Bronx, choreographer (Jane Froman's USA Canteen)

1923-10-18

Richard Ellison, Vietnam: Parts IX & X - Peace Is at Hand/Homefront USA

1924-03-22

Al Neuharth, newspaper founder (USA Today)

1924-05-30

Norbert Schemansky, USA, middle heavyweight (Olympic-gold-1952)

1924-06-25

Nellie Gray, Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion

1925-02-12

Joan Mitchell, Chicago USA, American painter and printmaker

1926-05-12

Merv Dymally, USA the Movie

1926-08-24

Nancy Spero, Cleveland USA, American feminist artist

1927-03-27

Anthony Lewis, New York USA, American columnist (NY Times) and author (Gideon's Trumpet)

1927-07-27

Allen Breed, Chicago, Illinois, USA, American inventor of the first automotive airbag sensor

1929-10-08

Alexandru Andritoiu, Cine va deschide usa?

1932-10-11

Richard Lugner, Lugners Go USA

1934-10-27

Barre Phillips, Route One USA

1935-04-07

Yvonne Fedderson, co-founder (Childhelp USA)

1935-07-25

John Robinson, USA Network: World League of American Football

1938-05-18

Janet Fish, Boston USA, American realist artist

1939-06-22

Robert Kramer, Route One USA

1940-03-06

Joanna Miles, Nice France, actress (Cross Creek, Delta County USA)

1942-02-13

Wilbert Rideau, The Farm: Angola, USA

1942-06-13

Ugly George, Mondo Sexualis USA

1942-08-20

Lars Lambert, Deserter USA

1942-10-27

Lee Greenwood, Los Angeles, California, American country singer (God Bless the USA)

1943-12-08

George Shaloub, Anytown, USA

1944-02-13

Sheldon Silver, Lockdown, USA

1944-07-18

Jonelle Allen, NYC, actress (Bessie-Palmerstown USA, Berringers)

1944-09-03

Sherwood C "Woody" Spring, Hartford Ct, Col USA/astronaut (STS 61B)

1944-11-30

Dian Parkinson, [Dianna Lynn Batts], Camp LeJune NC, Miss USA (1965)

1944-12-06

Jonathan King, Entertainment USA

1945-11-10

Donna Fargo, NC, country singer (Happiest Girl in Whole USA)

1946-03-03

James C Adamson, Warsaw NY, Lt Col USA/astronaut (STS 28, STS 43)

1946-10-30

Andrea Mitchell, NYC, newscaster (NBC-TV, Summer Sunday USA)

1947-02-04

James Danforth "Dan" Quayle, Indianapolis Indiana, USA (Sen-R-Ind, 44th Vice President 1989-93)

1947-08-26

Wolfgang Petritsch, Die entzauberte Großmacht - Was wurde aus dem Weltpolizisten USA?

1948-05-22

Ben Chavis, Lockdown, USA

1949-02-08

Scott Allen, USA, skater (Olympic-bronze-1964)

1949-03-03

James S Voss, Cordova Alabama, Major USA/astronaut (STS 44, 53, 69)

1949-09-23

Bruce Springsteen, [Boss], Asbury NJ, rock musician (Born in the USA)

1950-05-18

Rodney Milburn Jr, USA, hurdler (Olympic-gold-1972)

1950-05-23

Emilio Alonso, USA, violación y venganza

1951-07-24

Lynda Carter, Phoenix Az, Miss USA (1973)/actress (Wonder Woman)

1952-02-24

Tom Burleson, USA, basketball (Oly-silv-1972) tallest Olympian-7'4"

1952-05-13

Sew Shivnarine, cricketer (3 Tests for WI 1978, later USA captain)

1952-08-26

John Kinsella, USA, swimmer (Olympic-gold-1972)

1952-10-19

Pilar Alcón, USA, violación y venganza

1953-07-08

Rob Rombout, Amsterdam Stories USA

1953-9-11

Armand Oprescu, Cine va deschide usa?

1955-04-28

Gerald Karner, Die entzauberte Großmacht - Was wurde aus dem Weltpolizisten USA?

1955-11-17

Bill Macatee, USA Network: World League of American Football

1956-04-23

Peter Teravainen, Plymouth MA USA, Australasia golfer

1957-06-02

Jonathan Stack, The Farm: Angola, USA

1957-07-13

Doug Friedline, Anytown, USA

1957-12-06

Andrew Cuomo, Lockdown, USA

1958-04-04

Derek Kallicharran, cricket all-rounder (Guyana, USA 1994 ICC Trophy)

1959-08-26

Stan Van Gundy, Numbers Men/Team USA/Down from the Mountain

1960-05-11

Carlton J. Smith, McFarland, USA

1961-05-05

Hiroshi Hase, Clash of the Champions XV: Knocksville USA

1961-06-10

Mark Shaw, Reborn in the USA

1961-10-29

Joel Otto, Elk River MN, NHL center (Phila Flyers, Team USA Oly-1998)

1962-01-25

Chris Chelios, Chicago, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks, Team USA)

1962-03-13

Vandal Drummond, Wrestling Women USA!

1962-04-10

Chad Liszt, USA: Patriotic Designs

1962-05-02

Ty Herndon, Music City USA

1963-02-23

Debbie Kruck, Danbury CT, Ms Fitness USA (1994)

1963-09-04

John Vanbiesbrouck, Detroit MI, NHL goalie (Team USA, Florida)

1964-03-03

Laura Martinez-Herring, Sinaloa Mexico, Miss USA (1985)/(Gen Hospital)

1964-03-09

Phil Housley, St Paul MN, NHL defenseman (NJ Devils, Team USA Oly-98)

1964-06-24

Gary Suter, Madison WI, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks, USA)

1964-12-09

Christian Lazarescu, Usa

1966-08-20

Courtney Gibbs, Miss USA (1988)/actress (Baywatch)

1966-09-09

Kevin Hatcher, Detroit MI, NHL defenseman (Team USA, Dallas, Pitts)

1966-09-22

Mike Richter, Abington PA, NHL goalie (NY Rangers, Team USA 1998)

1966-10-11

Shawn Chambers, Royal Oaks MI, NHL defenseman (Team USA, NJ Devils)

1966-11-16

Lisa Brown Miller, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1967-01-07

Guy Hebert, Troy, NHL goalie (Anaheim Mighty Ducks, Team USA 98)

1967-06-21

Chuck LaBella, Top Gear USA

1967-11-11

Jim Duffner, Made in the USA

1968-03-03

Brian Leetch, Corpus Christi TX, NHL defenseman (Team USA, NY Rangers)

1968-06-11

Staci Baldwin, Miss Washington USA (1996)

1968-08-14

Halle Berry, Cleve Ohio, Miss World USA (1986)/actress (Boomerang)

1968-9-20

Philippa Forrester, 1997 Primm, Nevada, USA - Final

1969-01-28

Lee Irving, Bollywood USA

1969-02-11

Mary Stoker, Miss Wisconsin USA (1996)

1969-02-12

Shauna Lyn Searles, Miss California USA (1996)

1969-07-05

John Leclair, St Albans VT, NHL forward (Team USA, Philadelphia)

1969-07-15

Christina Novak, Miss Arizona USA (1996)

1969-08-01

David Brooks, Stories USA

1969-10-21

Tracy Yarbrough, Miss Idaho USA (1996)

1969-9-23

Patrick Thomas Gorman, Geek USA

1970-01-17

Jeremy Roenick, Boston MA, NHL center (Team USA, Blackhawks, Coyotes)

1970-02-04

Alisa Marie Kimble, Miss USA-California (1997)

1970-03-03

Shawn Marie Brogan, Miss USA-Iowa (1997)

1970-03-07

Jacquelyn Doucette, Miss Massachusetts USA (1996)

1970-04-13

Ramona Reuter, Miss USA-NY (1997)

1970-05-03

Suzi Perry, The USA Grand Prix: Highlights

1970-06-07

Mike Modano, Livonia MI, NHL forward (Team USA, Dallas Stars)

1970-08-02

Tony Amonte, Hingham MA, NHL right wing (Chicago Blackhawks, USA)

1970-08-24

Sandra Whyte, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1970-10-19

Benita Brooks, Miss Alabama USA (1996)

1970-10-25

Audra Wilks, Miss USA-Virginia (1997, Miss Photogenic)

1970-12-05

Heather Crickard, Miss Oklahoma USA (1996)

1971-01-03

Ku'ualoha Taylor, Hawaii, Miss USA (Hawaii-Miss Congeniality-1996)

1971-01-08

Brook Mahealani Lee, Miss Universe/Miss USA (1997-Hawaii)

1971-01-13

Brandi Sherwood, The 46th Annual Miss USA Pageant

1971-01-20

Karin Smith, Miss Minnesota USA (1996)

1971-01-21

Doug Weight, Warren MI, NHL center (Edmonton Oilers, Team USA 98)

1971-01-31

Brandi Sherwood, Miss USA-Idaho (1997, 2nd)

1971-02-12

Tracy Kennick, Miss Utah USA (1996)

1971-02-19

Becca Lee, Tennessee, Miss USA (Tenn-3rd-1996)

1971-03-25

Cammi Granato, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1971-04-02

Jenny Craig, Miss Georgia USA (1996)

1971-04-06

Tamara Henry, Miss USA-Arkansas (1997)

1971-04-07

Cara Kendra Bernosky, Miss USA-Pennsylvania (1997)

1971-04-18

Kerry Lynn Kemper, Miss Nebraska USA (1996)

1971-04-21

Jennifer Reed, Miss USA-Michigan (1997)

1971-05-01

Jamie Marie Swenson, Miss USA-South Dakota (1997)

1971-05-18

Karen Bye, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1971-06-08

Amanda Jahn, Miss USA-Missouri (1997)

1971-06-13

Lauri Marie Gapp, Miss USA-North Dakota (1997)

1971-07-01

Wanda Gonzalez, Miss Connecticut USA (1996)

1971-07-09

Jill Simon, Miss Iowa USA (1996)

1971-07-23

Aimee Rinehart, Miss Missouri USA (1996)

1971-07-25

Stacy Dawn Cenedese, Miss USA-Wyoming (1997)

1971-09-13

Nancy Anne Roberts, Miss Vermont USA (1996)

1971-09-15

Crystal McLaurin-Coney, Miss USA-North Carolina (1997)

1971-09-19

Colleen Coyne, ice hockey defenseman (USA, Oly-98)

1971-09-23

Taunya Harris, Miss USA-New Mexico (1997)

1971-10-15

Angelia Savage, Miss USA-Florida (1997, top 6)

1971-10-16

Kathryn J Taylor, Miss USA-Kansas (1997)

1971-11-03

Tricia Carolyn Nosko, Miss USA-Indiana (1997)

1971-11-10

Heather Williams, Miss USA-Oregon (1997)

1971-11-29

Bernadette Przybycien, Miss Illinois USA (1996)

1971-12-27

Bryan Smolinski, Toledo OH, NHL forward (Team USA, Pitts Penguins)

1971-9-13

Shawnae Jebbia, The 47th Annual Miss USA Pageant

1972-01-21

Shelley Looney, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1972-02-05

Chris Bailey, ice hockey defenseman (USA, Oly-98)

1972-02-22

Christin Didier, Miss USA-Montana (1997)

1972-03-09

Sara Nicole Williams, Miss USA-Washington (1997)

1972-03-12

Alisa Castillo, Miss Nevada USA (1996)

1972-03-15

Casey Cristin Mizell, Miss USA-South Carolina (1997)

1972-03-21

Michele Michael, Miss Maryland USA (1996)

1972-03-23

Jennifer K Chapman, Miss USA-Massachusetts (1997)

1972-03-28

Keith Tkachuk, Melrose MA, NHL left wing (Winnipeg Jets, Phoenix, USA)

1972-04-10

Sue Merz, ice hockey defenseman (USA, Oly-98)

1972-05-04

Gretchen Ulion, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1972-05-05

Janelle Lynn Canady, Miss Alaska USA (1996)

1972-05-08

Keelin Curnuck, Miss New York USA (1996)/Ms Venus Swimwear (1994)

1972-07-02

Towanna Stone, Miss USA-Tennessee (1997, 3rd)

1972-08-10

Julann Vadnais, Miss Maine USA (1996)

1972-09-25

Nikole Viola, Miss USA-Louisiana (1997)

1972-10-02

Patricia Gauani, Miss USA-Delaware (1997)

1972-10-24

Susan Barnett, Miss Pennsylvania USA (1996)

1972-11-06

Vicki Movessian, ice hockey defenseman (USA, Oly-98)

1972-12-10

Marty Lurie, NJPW-USA Toukon Fighting Spirit

1972-12-12

Kara Williams, Miss Texas USA (1996)

1972-12-29

Jessica Lee McMinn, Miss North Carolina USA (1996)

1972-12-29

Melissa Hall, Miss USA-Minnesota (1997)

1973-01-30

Holly Noelle Roehl, Miss Indiana USA (1996)

1973-03-13

Ann Coale, Miss USA-Maryland (1997)

1973-03-23

Ninya Perna, Miss USA-Nevada (1997)

1973-03-30

Caroline Ramagos, Miss Mississippi USA (1996)

1973-04-12

Claudia Jordan, Miss USA-Rhode Island (1997, top 10)

1973-04-26

Damien Munoz, Miss USA-Colorado (1997)

1973-05-04

Melissa Boyd, Miss Ohio USA (1996)

1973-05-13

Michelle Mouser, Miss USA-Ohio (1997)

1973-05-30

Christine Pavone, Miss USA-Connecticut (1997)

1973-07-21

Ali Landry, Louisiana, Miss Universe-USA (1996)

1973-08-22

Jennifer Makris, Miss USA-New Jersey (1997, top 10)

1973-10-10

Jessica Shahriari, Miss USA-Arizona (1997)

1973-10-17

Lorie Bennett West, Miss Kentucky USA (1996)

1973-11-06

Szu Ting Moy, Windwill Town USA the Fighter

1973-11-08

Tara Johnson, Miss USA-Wisconsin (1997)

1973-12-07

Rea Marie Bavilla, Miss USA-Alaska (1997)

1974-01-24

Layla Linn, Miss New Mexico USA (1996)

1974-04-25

Tricia Dunn, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1974-04-29

Alana Blahoski, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1974-06-11

Tanya Pogatchnik, Miss Montana USA (1996)

1974-07-04

Kellee Nicole Kattleman, Miss Wyoming USA (1996)

1974-07-10

Idalmis Marina Vidal, Miss Florida USA (1996)

1974-07-25

Lysa Jackson, Miss South Carolina USA (1996)

1974-08-01

Chris McDaniel, Music City USA

1974-08-20

Denesha Reid, Miss USA-Georgia (1997)

1974-09-10

Jill Chartier, Miss Oregon USA (1996)

1974-10-12

Rachyl Hoskins, Miss USA-Kentucky (1997)

1974-10-31

Julie Minta Gleneck, Miss New Hampshire USA (1996)

1974-11-18

Autumn Smith, Miss USA-Alabama (1997, top 10)

1974-11-23

Regina Fisher, Miss West Virginia USA (1996)

1975-01-24

Danielle Connors, Miss Virginia USA (1996)

1975-02-11

Kim Weir, Miss USA-Nebraska (1997)

1975-03-02

Arleen McDonald, Miss USA-Mississippi (1997)

1975-05-24

Katie King, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1975-05-28

Caresa Winters, Miss South Dakota USA (1996)

1975-06-14

A J Mleczko, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1975-07-03

Jennifer Salinas, Miss USA-Illinois (1997)

1975-07-13

Danni Boatwright, Tonganoxie, Kansas, American model/beauty queen (Miss Teen USA 1992 2nd runner-up)

1975-08-11

Natasha Bell, Miss Michigan USA (1996)

1975-09-10

Temple Taggart, Miss USA-Utah (1997, top 6)

1975-09-11

Juliette Spier, Miss North Dakota USA (1996)

1975-09-11

Tiffany Parks, Miss Arkansas USA (1996)

1975-10-09

Sean Ono Lennon, New York USA, John & Yoko's Son

1975-11-07

Suesan Rajabi, Miss Colorado USA (1996)

1975-11-12

Gretchen Durgin, Miss USA-New Hampshire (1997)

1975-12-17

Napiera Danielle Groves, Miss USA-Wash DC (1997, Miss Congeniality)

1976-01-16

Trisha Stillwell, Miss USA-Oklahoma (1997, top 10)

1976-01-21

Amanda Little, Miss USA-Texas (1997, top 6)

1976-02-03

Karen Bradley, Miss Rhode Island USA (1996)

1976-04-26

Sarah Tueting, ice hockey goalie (USA, Oly-98)

1976-05-27

Kandace Krueger, The 50th Annual Miss USA Pageant

1976-06-10

Lisa Jean Costantino, Miss USA-Vermont (1997)

1976-07-04

Marivel Decker, Stories USA

1976-08-29

Stephanie Worcester, Miss USA-Maine (1997)

1976-09-19

La Chanda Jenkins, Miss District of Columbia USA (1996)

1976-11-06

Laurie Baker, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-gold-98)

1976-9-22

Shauna Gambill, The 47th Annual Miss USA Pageant

1977-02-21

Candice Sanders, Miss USA

1977-03-05

Bryan Berard, NHL defenseman (Team USA Oly-1998, NY Islanders)

1977-03-05

Natalie Bevins, Miss USA-West Virginia (1997)

1977-04-17

Chad Hedrick, Miss USA 2006

1977-05-13

Sara DeCosta, ice hockey goalie (USA, Oly-98)

1977-07-02

Shannan McCray, Miss District of Columbia Teen USA (1996)

1977-08-07

Charlotte Ronson, Made in the USA Today

1977-08-27

Michelle Kathlene Cardamon, California, Miss Teen USA (1996-3rd)

1977-10-21

Christie Lee Woods, Texas, Miss Teen USA (1996)

1977-10-22

Katrina Bergstrom, Miss North Dakota Teen USA (1996)

1977-11-05

Jodi Webb, Miss Utah Teen USA (1996)

1977-11-09

Patricia Campbell, Pennsylvania, Miss Teen USA (1996-2nd place)

1977-11-12

Jennifer Smith, Miss Maryland Teen USA (1996)

1977-11-13

Tammy Leigh Ashton, Miss North Carolina Teen USA (1996)

1977-11-14

Heather Gray, Miss West Virginia Teen USA (1996)

1977-11-24

Kimi Fairchild, Miss Louisiana Teen USA (1996)

1977-12-04

Emily Ballard, Miss Washington Teen USA (1996)

1977-12-05

Michelle Marie Jefferson, Miss Wyoming Teen USA (1996)

1977-12-26

Brandee Layne Loving, Miss Mississippi Teen USA (1996)

1978-01-25

Mandy Carraway, Miss Kansas Teen USA (1996)

1978-02-28

Marissa Perez, Miss Connecticut Teen USA (1996)

1978-03-12

Tara Mounsey, ice hockey defenseman (USA, Oly-98)

1978-03-30

Wendy Christina Roberts, Miss South Carolina Teen USA (1996)

1978-04-13

Grace Murray Tubbs, Miss Montana Teen USA (1996)

1978-04-19

Adrienne Parker, Miss Tennessee Teen USA (1996)

1978-04-21

Aimee Delatte, Miss Arkansas Teen USA (1996)

1978-04-21

Melissa Coish, Miss New Hampshire Teen USA (1996)

1978-05-21

Kandy Marshall, Miss Virginia Teen USA (1996)

1978-06-05

Misha Ivetich, Miss Indiana Teen USA (1996)

1978-06-08

Maria Menounos, Medford, Massachusetts, 1996 Miss Massachusetts Teen USA

1978-06-11

Leah Sexton, Miss Missouri Teen USA (1996)

1978-06-13

Allison Dickey, Miss Iowa Teen USA (1996)

1978-07-01

Eisa Istok, Miss Illinois Teen USA (1996)

1978-07-01

Vicki Renee Hughes, Miss New Mexico Teen USA (1997)

1978-07-22

Heather Noelle Jones, Miss Oregon Teen USA (1996)

1978-07-25

Caroline Nicole Brigman, Miss South Carolina Teen USA (1997)

1978-08-29

Larissa Meek, Miss Missouri Teen USA (1997)

1978-09-15

Amanda Rochelle Penix, Miss Oklahoma Teen USA (1997)

1978-09-18

Shelly Moore, Miss Teen USA (Tennessee, 1997)

1978-09-29

Mandy Groff, Miss Nebraska Teen USA (1996)

1978-10-10

Autumn Waterbury, Miss Illinois Teen USA (2nd-1997)

1978-10-10

Brandi Watkins, Miss Arkansas Teen USA (1997)

1978-10-15

Cheryl Crowe, Miss Delaware Teen USA (1997)

1978-10-16

Whitni Zimmerman, Miss New Mexico Teen USA (1996)

1978-11-25

Laurie Miller, Miss Alaska Teen USA (1997)

1978-11-26

Sarah Cahill, Miss Minnesota Teen USA (1996)

1978-12-19

Lauren Petty, Miss New Jersey Teen USA (1997)

1978-9-05

Rob MacDonald, UFC 58: USA vs. Canada

1978-9-14

Beth Richards, Miss USA

1979-01-05

Sarah Price, Miss Louisiana Teen USA (1997)

1979-01-09

Lavinia Magruder, Miss Vermont Teen USA (1996)

1979-01-12

Jenny Schmidgall, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1979-01-21

Kelly Gaudet, Miss Florida Teen USA (1996)

1979-01-27

Jessica Lynn Ferdinand, Miss New York Teen USA (1997)

1979-02-02

Brandee Dawn McCoskey, Miss Alaska Teen USA (1996)

1979-02-07

Cerina Vincent, Miss Nevada Teen USA (1996)

1979-02-08

Tara Tucker, Miss Alabama Teen USA (1997)

1979-02-13

Julie Nagle, Miss North Dakota Teen USA (1997)

1979-02-16

Emma Louise DeSilets, Miss Washington Teen USA (1997)

1979-03-22

Mariah Leanne Bergmann, Miss Kansas Teen USA (1997)

1979-03-28

Juli Keech, Miss South Dakota Teen USA (1997)

1979-04-03

Esmeralda Gonzales, Miss Wyoming Teen USA (1997)

1979-04-06

Ali Burr, Miss North Carolina Teen USA (1997)

1979-04-13

Monica Ivey, Miss Hawaii Teen USA (1996)

1979-04-19

Mariah Billado, Miss Vermont Teen USA (1997)

1979-05-01

Kimberly Grigsby, Miss Virginia Teen USA (1997)

1979-05-18

Kaci Thompson, Miss Nevada Teen USA (1997)

1979-05-20

Tamika Thomas, Miss Michigan Teen USA (1996)

1979-05-29

Luann Roberts, Miss Alabama Teen USA (1996)

1979-06-06

Summer Newman, Miss Georgia Teen USA (1996)

1979-06-15

Alita Dawson, Miss Connecticut Teen USA (1997)

1979-06-25

Brandi Lynn Burkhardt, Miss Maryland Teen USA (1997)

1979-06-25

Kelli Jones, Miss Kentucky Teen USA (1997)

1979-07-03

Lauren Alviti, Miss Rhode Island Teen USA (1997)

1979-07-18

Julie Gulbrandsen, Miss Arizona Teen USA (1997)

1979-07-28

Kimberly Whiting, Miss Idaho Teen USA (1997)

1979-08-09

Jessica Gregory, Miss Massachusetts Teen USA (1997)

1979-08-20

Tara Shaffer, Miss Ohio Teen USA (1996)

1979-08-21

Aiesha Lee Hendrick, Miss New York Teen USA (1996)

1979-08-27

Ara Francis, Miss Colorado Teen USA (1996)

1979-08-29

Natasha Fisher, Miss Nebraska Teen USA (1997)

1979-09-04

Suzan Dandeneau, Miss Idaho Teen USA (1996)

1979-10-04

Chris Clarke, Born in the USA

1979-10-09

Ashley Anderson, Miss Delaware Teen USA (1996)

1979-10-14

Coty Strickler, Miss Montana Teen USA (1997)

1979-10-15

Mahana Ka'ahumanu Walters, Miss Hawaii Teen USA (3rd-1997)

1979-10-24

Amanda Aardsma, Miss Colorado Teen USA (1997)

1979-10-27

Susie Castillo, Miss USA

1979-11-03

Jamie Duffney, Miss Minnesota Teen USA (1997)

1979-12-13

Christina Todd, Miss Ohio Teen USA (Miss Congeniality-1997)

1979-12-16

Nicole Werra, Miss Wisconsin Teen USA (1996)

1979-12-17

Cheri Vivette Alexander, Miss District of Columbia Teen USA (1997)

1979-12-29

Laura Larson, Miss Maine Teen USA (1996)

1980-01-03

Angela Ruggiero, ice hockey defenseman (USA, Oly-98)

1980-01-25

Amanda Michelle Burns, Miss West Virginia Teen USA (1997)

1980-02-01

Courtney Hamilton, Miss Arizona Teen USA (1996)

1980-02-04

Kelly Marie Sodan, Miss Kentucky Teen USA (1996)

1980-02-27

BJ Lange, Tent City, USA

1980-03-28

Cara Lewis, Miss Mississippi Teen USA (1997)

1980-04-17

Crystal Carlson, Miss Maine Teen USA (1997)

1980-05-04

Leigh Anne Tarbill, Spymaster USA

1980-05-05

Bonnie Lynn Gagnon, Miss New Hampshire Teen USA (1997)

1980-05-09

Tatewin Means, Miss South Dakota Teen USA (1996)

1980-05-28

Cheri Wheeler, Miss Georgia Teen USA (1997)

1980-06-19

Amy Merrill, Miss Utah Teen USA (1997)

1980-06-24

Kelly Dutra, Miss Rhode Island Teen USA (1996)

1980-09-02

Ashley Witmer, Miss Pennsylvania Teen USA (1997)

1980-09-29

Sarah Sucher, Miss Iowa Teen USA (1997)

1980-10-08

Andria Gayle Mullins, Miss Texas Teen USA (Teen with Style-1997)

1980-11-17

Brad Jay, NJPW-USA Toukon Fighting Spirit

1980-9-11

Tanisha Brito, Miss USA 2005

1981-01-18

Kimberly Gloudemans, Miss California Teen USA (1997)

1981-01-18

Latoya Farley, Miss Oklahoma Teen USA (1996)

1981-04-09

Melissa Witek, Miss USA 2005

1981-04-11

Brenda Kaye Brabham, Miss USA 2005

1981-05-16

Jessica Ponzo, Miss New Jersey Teen USA (1996)

1981-06-15

Cristin Duren, Miss Florida Teen USA (Miss Photogenic-1997)

1981-06-30

Allison Schroeder, Miss Wisconsin Teen USA (1997)

1981-11-24

Lachelle Marie, Busty Babes USA

1981-12-19

Stevie Ficker, Miss Oregon Teen USA (1997)

1982-03-16

Kristen Johnson, Miss USA 2005

1982-03-19

Che' Vonne Burton, Miss Michigan Teen USA (1997)

1982-06-09

Amber Yoder, Miss Indiana Teen USA (1997)

1982-11-25

Natalia Cordova-Buckley, McFarland, USA

1982-9-09

Andy O'Neil, Anywhere, USA

1983-01-11

Marissa Whitley, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1983-04-13

Flo Lackner, Planet USA

1983-10-30

Chelsea Cooley, Miss USA 2005

1984-08-15

Curtis Raye, Fear Town, USA

1985-12-16

Brandon Walz, Geek USA

1985-12-18

Tara Conner, 2006 Miss USA

1986-04-18

Denice Klarskov, Busty Babes USA

1986-08-21

Carlos Pratts, McFarland, USA

1986-08-24

Katee June Stearns, Miss USA 2006

1986-11-28

C.B. Mullen, Geek USA

1987-10-18

Zac Efron, TV actor, born in San Luis Obispo, California, USA (CSI: Miami, ER)

1987-11-05

Erin Brady, Miss USA

1988-03-01

Greg Berney, Geek USA

1988-03-30

Shayla Beesley, Sex and the USA

1988-12-04

Anne Elise Parks, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1988-12-11

Kacie West, Miss USA

1988-12-30

Tiffany Martin, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-01-10

Caitlin Klug, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-01-17

Victoria Tomlinson, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-02-05

Shalane Larango, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-02-05

Alexandra MacDonald, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-02-14

Amanda Pelletier, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-03-26

Dakota Crosswhite, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-04-14

Rachel Epperly, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-04-24

Katherine Webb, The 2012 Miss USA Pageant

1989-05-07

Krista McNeal, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-06-15

Victoria Davis, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-07-03

Liz Kranz, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-07-08

Tiffany Greenstreet, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-08-18

Taylor Kearns, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-08-18

Rochelle Rose, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-08-28

Valtteri Bottas, The USA Grand Prix: Highlights

1989-10-05

Olivia Hubbard, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-10-12

Kelsie Sinagra, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-10-25

Kelsey Brigel, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-11-03

Macy Erwin, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-11-05

Muriel Clauson, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-11-27

Mollie Smith, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-12-12

Kathleen McNiff, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-9-18

Vanessa Vonbehren, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-9-25

Shauna Sabir, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1989-9-28

Katrina Giannini, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1990-02-05

Tatiana Pallagi, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1990-02-08

Emily Bruce, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1990-02-21

Olga Litvinenko, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1990-03-04

Katie Coble, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1990-03-30

Alaina Bergsma, The 2012 Miss USA Pageant

1990-04-21

Whitney Whitehouse, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1990-07-13

Kari Schull, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1990-10-03

Lauren Peterson, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1990-10-12

Chelsea Welch, Miss USA

1990-11-21

Danielle Hashimoto, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1990-12-17

Holly Shively, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1990-9-27

Kylee Lin, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1991-03-17

Paige Hill, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1991-04-27

Jasmine Alexis, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1991-04-27

Jaymie Stokes, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1992-01-12

Logan Travis, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

1992-01-12

Brent Donenfeld, The Miss Teen USA Pageant

USA - Notable Weddings

Thomas NastSep 26, 1861

Juliette Gordon LowDec 21, 1886

Bill RussellJun 8, 1977

Martin LawrenceJan 7, 1995

Emmitt SmithApr 22, 2000

Pete SamprasSep 30, 2000

USA - Weddings
Date Event
1861-09-26

Political cartoonist Thomas Nast (21) weds Sarah Edwards (20) in USA

1886-12-21

Founder of Girl Scouts of the USA Juliette Gordon Low (26) weds William Mackay Low in Savannah, Georgia

1977-06-08

Retired NBA player Bill Russell (43) weds 1968 Miss USA Dorothy Anstett

1995-01-07

Actor-comedian Martin Lawrence (29) weds former Miss Virginia USA Patricia Southall (24) at Norfolk Waterside Marriott in Virginia

2000-04-22

NFL football player Emmitt Smith (31) weds Miss Virginia USA beauty queen Patricia Southall (29)

2000-09-30

Tennis star player Pete Sampras (29) weds actress and former Miss Teen USA Bridgette Wilson (27) in Los Angeles, California

2004-10-30

Blink-182 pop punk band drummer Travis Barker (28) weds actress and First Runner Up Miss USA 1995 Shanna Moakler (29) at the Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara, California

2006-02-10

"Creed" former lead singer Scott Stapp (32) weds Miss New York USA 2004 winner Jaclyn Nesheiwat (25) in Miami

2006-04-08

Former Miss USA and "Eve" actress Ali Landry (32) weds film director Alejandro Gomez Monteverde (28) in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

2007-12-15

"Marchesa" designer Georgina Chapman (31) weds Miramax mogul Harvey Weinstein (55) in Connecticut, USA

2010-07-02

Miss California USA 2009 Carrie Prejean (23) weds Oakland Raiders quarterback Kyle Boller (29) in San Diego

USA - Notable Deaths

George WashingtonDec 14, 1799

Juliette Gordon LowJan 17, 1927

Jane FromanApr 22, 1980

USA - Deaths
Date Event
1692-07-10

Bridget Bishop, 1st person to be hanged in Salem witch trials Massachusetts USA

1799-12-14

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

1911-08-21

W R Wister, cricketer (USA v Canada 1859), dies

1927-01-17

Juliette Gordon Low, American founder of the Girl Scouts of the USA, dies of breast cancer at 66

1938-10-27

Fred Duprez, Hey! Hey! USA

1958-05-07

Nyogen Senzaki, 1st Zen teacher to reside in USA, dies at 81

1976-02-18

Eddie Dowling, composer (Anywhere USA), dies at 81

1980-04-22

Jane Froman, singer (Jane Froman's USA Canteen), dies at 72

1982-01-27

Iris Korn, actress (Widder-Palmerstown USA), dies at 60

1984-09-03

Arthur Schwartz, producer (Inside USA with Chevrolet), dies at 83

1985-05-15

Jackie Curtis, actor (Underground USA), dies of a drug overdose at 38

1986-02-19

Paul Stewart, actor (Top Secret USA, Deadline), dies at 77

1987-01-30

Ken Drake, actor (Crime & Punishment USA), dies

1988-05-16

Louise Wood, director of Girl Scouts of USA (1961-72), dies at 78

1993-01-05

Gunnar Hansen, Med Danmarks kongepar i USA

1995-10-26

Georgia Neese Gray, 1st Woman Treasurer of USA, dies at 95

1996-10-01

Alexandru Andritoiu, Cine va deschide usa?

1997-04-01

Nancy Woodhull, news editor (USA Today), dies of cancer at 52

1999-11-10

Robert Kramer, Route One USA

2003-12-05

Leigh Anne Tarbill, Spymaster USA

2004-10-08

Richard Ellison, Vietnam: Parts IX & X - Peace Is at Hand/Homefront USA

2006-11-10

Doug Friedline, Anytown, USA

2011-11-19

Ruth Stone, USA the Movie

2012-08-13

Nellie Gray, Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion

2012-10-07

Merv Dymally, USA the Movie

2017-04-24

USA Swimming executive director Chuck Wielgus dies aged 67


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