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On October 2 in 1985, this person becomes the first major U.S. celebrity to die of complications from AIDS. His death raised public awareness of the epidemic, which until that time had been ignored by many in the mainstream as a "gay plague." - This Day in History

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On October 1 in 1890, an act of Congress creates national site, home of such natural wonders as Half Dome and the giant sequoia trees. Environmental trailblazer John Muir (1838-1914) and his colleagues campaigned for the congressional action, which was signed into law by President Benjamin Harrison and paved the way for generations of hikers, campers and nature lovers, along with countless "Don't Feed the Bears" signs

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On September 30, 1954 this vessel, the world's first nuclear submarine, is commissioned by the U.S. Navy.  - This Day in History

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On September 29, 1988Stacy Allison of Portland, Oregon, becomes the first American woman to reach the summit of this peak.  - This Day in History

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On this day in 1820 this great pioneering frontiersman dies quietly in his sleep at his son's home near present-day Defiance, Missouri. The indefatigable voyager was 86.  - This Day in History

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On this day in 1996, this blockbusting bestselling author releases two new novels at once. The first under his name, while the second, under a pseudonym.  - This Day in History

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On September 23, 1846 German astronomer Johann Gottfried Galle discovers this planet at the Berlin Observatory.  - This Day in History

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On this day in 1994, this television sitcom, about adults living in New York City, debuts on NBC. The show, which featured a group of relatively unknown actors, went on to become a huge hit and air for 10 seasons.  - This Day in History

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On September 19, 1973, this musician dies of "multiple drug use" (morphine and tequila) in a California motel room. His death inspired one of the more bizarre crimes on record: Two of his friends stashed his body in a borrowed hearse and drove it into the middle of the Joshua Tree National Park, where they doused it with gasoline and set it on fire

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On this day in 1793, George Washington lays the cornerstone to this building. The building would take nearly a century to complete, as architects came and went, the British set fire to it and it was called into use during the Civil War.  - This Day in History

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