Category Archives: AD 1732

Today in HisStory – February 22

Indians introduced pilgrims to popcorn, (1630) Galileo’s Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems was published. (1632) George Washington was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia. (1732) British House of Lords ruled authors do not have perpetual copyright. (1774) First US ship … Continue reading

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Today in HisStory – February 14

Valentine, a priest in Rome during the reign of Emperor Claudius II, was martyred by being beheaded. (270 AD) Slavic apostle, Cyril, was martyred. (869 AD) Bruno, missionary to Prussia, was martyred by Prussians. (1009) Orthodox monk Damian was martyred … Continue reading

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Today in HisStory – December 19

According to Author Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe left his island after 28 years. (1686) Benjamin Franklin under the name Richard Saunders began publication of Poor Richard’s Almanack. (1732) American Revolutionary War: Thomas Paine published his first essay. He wrote, “These are the … Continue reading

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Today in HisStory – November 13

Second Council of Seville, the largest ever held in Spain, opened. Among its many decisions was a ruling baptism only required a single dipping and that hymns by authors such as Ambrose, with texts not taken directly from Scripture, were … Continue reading

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