Today in history 6/7/2017

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6/7/2017:

Today in history, Christopher Columbus leaves on his third voyage of exploration in 1498.

Today in historyLouis XIV is crowned king of France in 1654.

Today in history, The Pennsylvania Assembly bans the importation of slaves in 1712.

Today in history, Daniel Boone (see picture below) sights present-day Kentucky in 1767.

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Today in history, The United Colonies change their name to the United States in 1775.

Today in history, Mexico City is captured by French troops in 1863.

Today in history, The Boxer rebels cut the rail links between Peking and Tientsin in China in 1900.

Today in history, Professor Pierre Curie (see picture below) reveals the discovery of Polonium in 1903.

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Today in history, Israeli F-16 fighter-bombers destroy Iraq’s only nuclear reactor in 1981.

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