Monthly Archives: June 2013

“Tomorrow Is Another Day”

Margaret Mitchell began writing “Gone With The Wind” in 1926.  She began by writing the book’s final moments first and then worked backwards.  After fact checking and editing the historical novel was published on June 30, 1936.  “Gone With The … Continue reading

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Five Cents Got You In The Nickelodeon

For the price of a nickel, 450 guests were able to view vaudville and short films in the world’s first nickelodeon.  Developed by Harry Davis, the first nickelodeon opened on June 19, 1905 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  The nickelodeon was a … Continue reading

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Ben Franklin Flies A Kite

With a thunderstorm raging outside, on June 10, 1752, Benjamin Franklin decided to fly a kite.  He had been studying electricity since the 1740s and had performed several experiments.  One of his most well-known experiments was catching a charge in … Continue reading

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Remembering Ronald Reagan

June 5, 2004, the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan passed away at the age of 93.  Ronald Reagan was known as the Great Communicator and left the White House  as one of the most popular presidents in … Continue reading

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