This Week In History: Jan. 15 - 21
Welcome to... THIS WEEK IN HISTORY!! Or, for short, T.W.I.H. (pronounced twih). This is our FIRST T.W.I.H. to ever be released. This will be a weekly article, written either by myself or the great Haydn Thomas, or maybe even both! We hope you enjoy our new series of posts. P.S. These make GREAT trivia questions!
January 15, 1967: The Green Bay Packers face off the Kansas City Chiefs in the first Super Bowl.
January 16, 1919: Prohibition (the outlaw of alcohol) takes effect in the United States.
January 17, 1820: Anne Brontë is born. She is best known for her relation to famous authors
Charlotte Brontë and Emily Brontë.
January 18, 1778: Hawaii is discovered by Captain James Cook.
January 19, 1809: Edgar Allen Poe's birthday. This year he will be 210 years old! What an old man.
January 20, 1937 to present: Presidential inauguration day.
January 21, 1924: Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin dies.
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