Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Greenerpasture Daily News - June 28

Lachine, Montréal, Québec, Canada* (Sts-Anges-de-Lachine)

1825 - 700 Irish Arrive
Montreal, June 18. - On Thursday the Lady Sherbrook and Quebec steam boats brought from Quebec about 700 Irish emigrants, sent out by Government. Without being permitted to enter the town the proceeded immediately to Lachine, to be conveyed by water to their destination in Upper Canada. So large a body of emigrants may easily be supposed to have presented a very motly appearance, but it is matter ... Read MORE...

Alexandria Gazette -  Alexandria, Virginia -  June 28, 1825
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Dunstable, Massachusetts, USA

1869  Strict Laws

At Dunstable, Mass., in 1651, dancing at weddings was forbidden, and in 1660 William Walker was imprisoned for a month for courting a maid without the leave of her parents. In 1675 the wearing of long hair and ribbons to tie it were prohibited by severe penalties.

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Cincinnati Daily Gazette -  Cincinnati, Ohio -  June 28, 1869
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Decatur, Michigan, USA

1893 - THEIR GREAT MATRIMONIAL SCORE.
Lysander Morse and Phoebe Macomber, of Decatur, Michigan, were married sixty-five years ago. It was a love match that won the envy of all their neighbors by its promise of happiness. The couple lived together for only a year, when, in a violent quarrel over some trivial incident, they separated and were finally divorce. Morse promptly married again from a spirit of pique, and his erstwhile bride... Read MORE...

The Allentown Democrat -  Allentown, Pennsylvania -  June 28, 1893
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1893 - COWS MILKED BY FISH
A New Hope, Bucks county, dispatch says: The discovery that a German carp drinks milk, has averted what threatened to be wholesale suits for theft. Michael Tiernan for several months, or ever since the weather grew warm, has noticed that his blooded cows return from their luxuriant pastures with full stomachs and empty udders. There was a suspicion that the cows had been milked by families who... Read MORE...

The Allentown Democrat -  Allentown, Pennsylvania -  June 28, 1893
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Louisville, Kentucky, USA

1894 - AN ELECTRIC STORM
Does a Large Amount of Damage at Louisville.
MANY HOUSES UNROOFED AND RAZED.
Electricity Causes a Panic Among Two Hundred Sewing Girls – Men Shocked and Burned by Falling Electric Wires, Etc.

LOUISVILLE, KY., June 27. – Louisville was visited yesterday afternoon by a severe wind and electrical storm, which last half an hour. Many houses were unroofed and razed and the occupants had narrow... Read MORE...

Decatur Weekly Republican -  Decatur, Illinois -  June 28, 1894
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Champlain, Québec, Canada (Notre-Dame-de-la-Visitation de Champlain)

1897  Steamship on the Rocks

Champlain, Que., June 27 - The steamship Turret Bay, Montreal for Sydney, C. B. is ashore at Point Aux Roches, near here. The vessel is in a dangerous position, resting on a rocky bottom. Attempts made by the vessel to pull herself off have been so far unavailing.

Boston Journal -  Boston, Massachusetts -  June 28, 1897
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Franklin, Massachusetts, USA

1900  CHURCH BURNED.

Franklin, Mass., June 27 - St. Mary's Catholic Church, one of the largest structures in town, was totally burned early last evening the vestments and service books alone being saved. The loss is estimated at $30,000, partially insured. The fire started in the front of the building near the door, but its origin is not known. The church has been closed since last February.

Pawtucket Times -  Pawtucket, Rhode Island -  June 28, 1900
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1904 - June 28 - U.S. begins construction of Panama Canal
February 23 – For $10 million, the United States gains control of the Panama Canal Zone...

June 28 - A small U.S. workforce arrives in Panama to survey, plan, and continue the excavation begun by the French. They are led by Chief Engineer John Findley Wallace.

Chief Medical Officer Colonel William C. Gorgas arrives in Panama with a team of seven men. He immediately focuses on the staggering ... Read MORE...

www.pbs.org American Experience
June 28, 1904
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1919 - June 28 - The Treaty of Versailles is signed, blaming Germany for World War I and creating a League of Nations
World War I (1914-1918) was finally over. This first global conflict had claimed from 9 million to 13 million lives and caused unprecedented damage. Germany had formally surrendered on November 11, 1918, and all nations had agreed to stop fighting while the terms of peace were negotiated. On June 28, 1919, Germany and the Allied Nations (including Britain, France, Italy and Russia) signed the... Read MORE...

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June 28, 1919
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Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA

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The Bridgeport Telegram -  Bridgeport, Connecticut -  June 28, 1922
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Corpus Christi, Texas, USA

1936 - Hurricane Hits Coastline Near Corpus Christi - Refinery Is Badly Damaged At Ingleside
70-Mile Wind Blows
Surprise Storm Causes No Loss of Life

Corpus Christi, June 27 (AP) - A small but intense tropical disturbance struck the south Texas coast without warning Saturday, moving inland a short distance north of Corpus Christi around noon and doing considerable damage over a small area.

A survey of the coast line as far north as Rockport, 30 miles northeast of here, showed that ... Read MORE...

Port Arthur News -  Port Arthur, Texas -  June 28, 1936
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1770  June 28 - Quakers open a school for blacks in Philadelphia

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1832 June 28, 1832: Cholera epidemic began in N.Y.C.

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1924  June 28 – A tornado touches down in Lorain, Ohio and kills 78 people.

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1983  June 28 - Bridge section along I-95 in Greenwich, Ct collapsed kills 3

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