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Sep 2013
1

Titanic Wreckage Located (1985)

2

Labor Day

Victory over Japan (V-J) Day (1945)

3

Wizard of Oz Published (1900)

4

Rosh Hashanah Begins at Sundown

Los Angeles Founded (1781)

5

Be Late for Something Day

6

Star Trek Debuted on TV (1966)

7

Babe Ruth Hit First Home Run (1915)

8

Grandparents Day

International Literacy Day

9

Name "United States of America" Adopted (1776)

10

20 Black Students Entered Alabama Public School (1963)

11

Patriot Day

Tragic Terrorist Attack on Three American Cities (2001)

12

First African-American Woman in Space (1992)

13

Yom Kippur Begins at Sundown

International Chocolate Day

Roald Dahl's Birthday (1916)

14

Star-Spangled Banner Composed (1814)

15

Alexander Fleming Discovered Penicillin (1928)

16

International Day for Preservation of Ozone Layer

Stepfamily Day

17

U.S. Constitution Completed & Signed (1787)

18

Play-Doh® Day

19

Mickey Mouse Debuted (1928)

20

Author Upton Sinclair's Birthday (1878)

21

International Day of Peace

22

Autumn Begins

Elephant Appreciation Day

23

Neptune Discovered (1846)

24

Author F. Scott Fitzgerald's Birthday (1896)

25

Bill of Rights Created (1789)

26

First Televised Presidential Debate (1960)

27

Ancestor Appreciation Day

Banned Books Week

Native American Day

28

Tomatoes First Proven Safe to Eat (1820)

29

Bacteriologist Louis Pasteur Died (1895)

30

International Translation Day

 

 

 

 

 
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