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February 20, 1978: 4th People's Choice Awards: Star Wars, Carol Burnett and Bob Hope
June 16, 1975: Randy Farland finds a 14-leaf clover near Sioux Falls, SD
June 3, 1980: Crew of Soyuz 36 returns to Earth aboard Soyuz 35
November 26, 1896: 1st large indoor football game, University of Chicago beats University of Michigan 7-6
October 28, 1927: KLM-plane "Homing Pigeon" leaves Netherlands-Indies after 1st regular flight

Events That Made History Today - September 21

1066 - Battle at Fulford: Norway king Harald III Hardrada beats British militia
1192 - English king Richard I the Lion hearted, captured
1348 - Jews in Zurich Switzerland are accused of poisoning wells
1435 - Treaty of Atrecht: Philip of Bourgondy vs French king Charles II
1451 - Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa orders Jews of Holland to wear a badge
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Events That Made History Tomorrow - September 22

530 - Boniface II begins his reign as Catholic Pope
530 - [Discorus] begins his reign as Catholic Pope
530 - St. Felix IV ends his reign as Catholic Pope
1504 - Settle engagement of Karel of Luxembourg and Claudia the Beaujeu
1504 - Treaty of Blois: Philip van Bourgondie and Maximilian I and Louis XII
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Events That Made History Yesterday - September 20

368 - Emperor Valentinianus visits Nijmegen
451 - General Aetius defeats Attila the Hun at Chalons-sur-Marne
622 - Prophet Mohammed/Abu Bakr arrives in Jathrib (Medina)
1258 - Cathedral of Salisbury inaugurated
1378 - Robert de Geneve, "butcher of Cesena" crowned anti-pope Clemens VII
View All Events That Made History on September 20 ~ Born on September 20

1794 - The Year That Was

January 13: Congress changes U.S. flag to 15 stars and 15 stripes
January 14: Dr. Jessee Bennet of Edom Va, performs 1st successful Cesarean section operation on his wife
February 4: French National Convention proclaims abolishment of slavery
February 10: Joseph Haydn's 99th Symphony in E, premieres
February 11: 1st session of U.S. Senate open to the public
February 14: 1st U.S. textile machinery patent granted, to James Davenport, Philadelphia
February 28: U.S. Senate voids Pennsylvania's election of Abraham Gallatin
March 3: 1st performance of Joseph Haydn's 101st Symphony in D
March 3: Richard Allen founded AME Church
March 11: Royal Theatre in London's Dury Lane opens
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