Quote:

There's nothing you can know that isn't known. ~ John Lennon



The feast day of St Denis.
The French martyr who was beheaded on a hill north of Paris (later called Montmartre) and walked 6 miles to the future site of Saint Denis Basilica with his head in his hand.

1002
Leif Erikson landed in North America (Vinland).

1192
King Richard Coeur de Lion of England leaves Jerusalem in disguise.

1835
French composer Camille Saint-Saëns (Carnival of the Animals) born in Paris.

1844
The New York Tribune published Edgar Allen Poe's poem Annabel Lee.

1874
Archaeologist, painter & spiritualist Nicholas Roerich born in St. Petersburg, Russia.

1888
The Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. officially opened to the public.
It was, at the time, the worlds tallest building.

1890
Founder of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, Aimee Semple McPherson born in Salford, Ontario, Canada.

1899
Historian and author Bruce Catton (A Stillness at Appomattox) born in Petoskey, Michigan.

1919
The Black Sox scandal: The Cincinnati Reds defeated Shoeless Joe Jackson and the Chicago White Sox to win the World Series major league baseball championship by 5 games to 3.

1940
Singer/song writer John Lennon born in Liverpool, England.

1967

Cuban revolutionary and pop icon, Ernesto Che Guevara is killed in Bolivia.


Proverb:

Day and night cannot dwell together ~ American Indian Proverb

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