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18th April [1849 and 1860]

Mary Brewster, WEDNESDAY [April] 18 : “Day of days, we got a whale today, which they think will make 30 bbls — it took only a short time to cut in. 77 more words

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Yankee Stadium, “The House that Ruth Built,” officially opened today in 1923 with the New York Yankees’ first home game against the Boston Red Sox. Now WE know em

The Yankees began playing baseball at the Polo Grounds in northern Manhattan of New York City in 1913, sharing the grounds with the New York Giants. 721 more words

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A collection box for Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. Circa 1850.



The Ellis Island Immigration Station in New York Bay processed its daily record high of 11,747 people coming to America today in 1907. Now WE know em

Around the time of the American Revolution, Samuel Ellis acquired Bucking Island in the middle of New York Bay.

Ellis Island was then ceded to the United States government in 1808. 343 more words

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April 17, 1860

Mary Brewster did not make any journal entries from April 15-17, 1849.


Mary Lawrence, APRIL 17 : “Light winds, but fine, pleasant weather. There is quite a perceivable change in the atmosphere within a week. 7 more words

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