Oct 5, 2019
October 5. In 1450, Luis IX, Duke of Bavaria, expelled Jews from his jurisdiction who would not be baptized. In 1789, the Women's March on Versailles effectively terminated royal authority. In 1877, the Nez Perce War came to an end in the Northwest with Chief Joseph surrendering after a 1000-mile retreat. In 1937, President Roosevelt called for a "quarantine" of aggressor nations. In 1970, PBS was founded. In 1974, David Kunst completed the first journey around the world on foot. It took 4 years and 21 pairs of shoes. In 1982, Tylenol products were recalled after bottles laced with cyanide were found in Chicago. Happy Birthday, Helen Churchill Candee, Elda Emma Anderson, Magda Szabo, Louise Fitzhugh, Maya Lin. It's World Teachers' Day. Mission: Terminate royal authority. America is not a monarchy. And quarantine aggressor nations.