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This Day in History – July 15

During a live television and radio broadcast, this President stuns the nation by announcing that he will visit communist China the following year. The statement marked a dramatic turning point in U.S.-China relations, as well as a major shift in American foreign policy

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This Day in History – July 14

On July 14, 1881 Sheriff Pat Garrett shoots Henry McCarty, popularly known by this name, to death at the Maxwell Ranch in New Mexico.  - This Day in History

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This Day in History – July 11

On July 11 in 1804, in a duel held in Weehawken, New Jersey, Vice President Aaron Burr fatally shoots his long-time political antagonist, a leading Federalist and the chief architect of America's political economy

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This Day in History – July 10

In Dayton, Tennessee, this famous trial begins with a young high school science teacher accused of teaching evolution in violation of a Tennessee state law. - This Day in History

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This Day in History – July 9

On July 9, 1850 this president of the United States died suddenly from an attack of cholera morbus. - This Day in History

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This Day in History – July 8

On this day in 1951, this capital city celebrates turning 2,000 years old. In fact, a few more candles would've technically been required on the birthday cake, as the City of Lights was most likely founded around 250 B

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This Day in History – July 7

On this day in 1930, construction of this structure begins. Over the next five years, a total of 21,000 men would work ceaselessly to produce what would be one of the largest manmade structures in the world

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This Day in History – July 3

On the third day of this battle, Confederate General Robert E. Lee's last attempt at breaking the Union line ends in disastrous failure, bringing the most decisive battle of the American Civil War to an end

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This Day in History – July 2

On this day in 1964, this U.S. President signs into law the historic Civil Rights Act in a nationally televised ceremony at the White House.  - This Day in History

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This Day in History – July 1

At midnight on July 1, 1997, this city reverts back to Chinese rule in a ceremony attended by British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Prince Charles of Wales, Chinese President Jiang Zemin, and U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright

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