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This Day in History - September 26

September 26 1580 – Sir Francis Drake returns to Plymouth, England after a voyage to circumnavigate the globe 1776 – Congress elects agents to negotiate treaty with France during the Revolutionary War

This Day in History - September 25

September 25 1066 – Norwegian King, Harald Hardrada, dies 1396 – The last great Christian crusade, led by John the Fearless of Nevers and King Sigismund of Hungary ends in disaster at the hands of Sulta

This Day in History - September 24

September 24 622 – The prophet Muhammad completes his Hegira, or “flight” from Mecca to Medina to escape persecution, which will later mark the beginning of the Muslim calendar 1180 – Byzant

Vermont teacher fired after leading third graders in Nazi salute

A veteran Vermont teacher was axed after she was caught instructing a class of third graders on how to give the Nazi salute. The substitute teacher had the children perform the stiff-arm gesture as they were walking t

This Day in History - September 23

September 23 63 BC – First Roman Emperor who introduced Pax Romana or the era of peace, Augustus Caesar, is born 1215 – Mongolian emperor, Kublai Khan, is born 1553 – The Sadians defeat the las

This Day in History - September 22

September 22 1515 – Anne of Cleves, fourth wife of Henry the VIII, is born 1554 – In the times of the Old West, Spanish explorer Francisco Vazquez Coronado dies without finding the fabled cities of gold


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