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May 23, 1788: South Carolina became the 8th state in United States.
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May 22, 1455: The first battle in the 30-year War of Roses took place at St. Albans.
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May 21, 1881: Clara Barton founded what became the American Red Cross.
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May 19, 1536: Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry VIII, was beheaded.
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May 18, 1896: The Supreme Court affirmed racial segregation in Plessy v. Ferguson as "separate but equal."
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May 17, 1875: The first Kentucky Derby was held at Churchill Downs, in Louisville, Kentucky.
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May 16, 1770: Marie Antoinette married the future King Louis XVI of France.
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May 15, 1862: The U.S. Department of Agriculture was created by an act of Congress on this day.
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May 14, 1904: The Olympic Games were held in the United States for the first time, in St. Louis, Missouri.
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May 13, 1938: Louis Armstrong and his orchestra recorded the New Orleans's jazz classic, When the Saints Go Marching In, on Decca Records.
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May 12, 1870: Manitoba became a province of Canada.
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May 11, 1858: Minnesota became the 32nd state in the United States.
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May 10, 1863: Confederate General Stonewall Jackson died after being accidentally shot by his own troops.
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May 9, 1914: Mother's Day became a public holiday.
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May 8, 1877: The first Westminister Dog Show was held.
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May 7, 1824: Beethoven's 9th Symphony premiered in Vienna.
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May 6, 1937: The German airship Hindenburg blew up and burst into flames at Lakehurst, N.J.
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May 5, 1809: Mary Kies of South Killingly, Conn., became the first woman to be granted a patent. The patent was for the rights to a technique for weaving straw with silk and thread.
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May 4, 1626: Peter Minuit landed in Manhattan, which he later bought for 24 worth of cloth and brass buttons.
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May 3, 1937: Margaret Mitchell won the Pulitzer Prize in fiction for Gone With the Wind.
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