On This Day May 29th
On This Day in history:
1736- Patrick Henry is born. He spoke the famous words, "Give me Liberty or give me Death!"
1848- Wisconsin becomes the 30th state to join the United States.
1916- The official flag of the President of the US was adopted.
1917- JFK (John Fitzgerald Kennedy) is born.
1953- The first climbers to ever reach the summit of Mt. Everest arrived.
1962- Buck (John) O'Neil becomes the first black coach in Major League baseball when he accepted the job with the Chicago Cubs.
1971- The Rolling Stones's single, "Brown Sugar" hit #1 in the US
1975- Melanie Janine Brown, Scary Spice of the Spice Girls, is born.
1981- Prince performed in Europe for the first time.
1987- George Michael's single, "I Want Your Sex" is released.
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