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Aug 2012

 

 

 
1

Photo Flashbulb Invented (1930)

2

Ice Cream Sandwich Day

Declaration of Independence Signed (1776)

3

National Kids Day

4

Musician Louis Armstrong's Birthday (1901)

5

Friendship Day

6

Atomic Bomb Dropped on Hiroshima (1945)

7

First Pictures of Earth Taken from Space (1959)

8

Nixon Announced Resignation (1974)

9

International Art Appreciation Day

10

Smithsonian Institution Opened (1846)

11

Martian Moon Phobos Discovered (1677)

12

International Youth Day

Tyrannosaurus Sue Discovered (1990)

13

International Left-Hander's Day

14

Largest Blackout in U.S. History (2003)

15

Julia Child's Birthday (1912)

Woodstock Music & Art Fair Opened (1969)

16

Bathysphere Reached Record Depth (1934)

17

Klondike Gold Rush Began (1896)

18

King Kong Premiered (1933)

19

Aviation Day

20

Pres. Benjamin Harrison's Birthday (1833)

21

Mona Lisa Stolen (1911)

22

Tooth Fairy Day

23

International Day for Remembrance of Slave Trade & Its Abolition

24

Mexico Gained Independence from Spain (1821)

25

Earth First Photographed from the Moon (1966)

26

Women's Equality Day

27

Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson's Birthday (1908)

28

MLK Gave "I Have a Dream" Speech (1963)

29

Hurricane Katrina Devastated Gulf Coast (2005)

30

Thurgood Marshall Confirmed as First Black Supreme Court Justice (1967)

31

International Blog Day

Trail Mix Day

 
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