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REQUEST: Research Inquiries / In-depth referenced essays Historical Research, Current Events, World History, Maps, Archival Preservation, American Indian[...]

Cherokee Chiefs Part I & II

Written by  on April 20, 2011

Part I Cherokee Leaders 1760-1838 Before embarking upon aspects of the various factions or divisions within the Cherokee Nation, there are several tribal[...]

Civil War Apr 20, 1861: Lee resigns from U.S. Army

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Colonel Robert E. Lee resigns from the United States army two days after he was offered command of the Union army and three days after his native state, Virginia,[...]

Apr 20, 1999: A massacre at Columbine High School

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Two teenage gunmen kill 13 people in a shooting spree at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. At about 11:20 a.m., Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris,[...]

Apr 20, 1777: New York adopts state constitution

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The first New York state constitution is formally adopted by the Convention of Representatives of the State of New York, meeting in the upstate town of[...]

Lou Michel recalls without hesitation the moment on a May day in 1999 when Timothy McVeigh delivered a soliloquy so dark, so chilling that the hair rose on the back of the veteran reporter’s neck.

Written by  on April 20, 2011

By JULIE DELCOUR World Staff Writer Published: 4/18/2010  2:23 AM Lou Michel recalls without hesitation the moment on a May day in 1999 when Timothy[...]