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1828 : Historical Society of Michigan Founded
1828 : Historical Society of Michigan Founded
Jun 23 all-day
The Historical Society was officially founded on July 23, 1828 with Governor Lewis Cass serving as President and the territorial legislative council — including Henry Schoolcraft — serving as ex officio members. Source : Michigan … Continue reading "1828 : Historical Society of Michigan Founded"
1950 : Airplane Disappears Over Lake Michigan
1950 : Airplane Disappears Over Lake Michigan
Jun 23 all-day
1950 : Airplane Disappears Over Lake Michigan
  On June 23, 1950, a plane traveling from New York to Minneapolis crashed into Lake Michigan. After more than 60 years, the plane is still missing. The plane, a Northwest Airlines Douglas DC-4 carrying 55 … Continue reading "1950 : Airplane Disappears Over Lake Michigan"
1963 : Martin Luther King Delivers I Have A Dream Speech In Detroit
1963 : Martin Luther King Delivers I Have A Dream Speech In Detroit
Jun 23 all-day
On June 23, 1963, an estimated 125,000 people carrying signs and singing “We Shall Overcome” marched down Detroit’s Woodward Avenue. The march, which was the country’s largest civil rights demonstration at that time, ended at … Continue reading "1963 : Martin Luther King Delivers I Have A Dream Speech In Detroit"
1963 : Martin Luther King Leads Leads Largest Demonstration in Nation’s History in Detroit
1963 : Martin Luther King Leads Leads Largest Demonstration in Nation’s History in Detroit
Jun 23 all-day
1963 : Martin Luther King Leads Leads Largest Demonstration in Nation's History in Detroit
In the spring of 1963, Detroiters looked for a way to commemorate the anniversary of racial violence that tore through their city twenty years earlier that left 34 people dead and hundreds injured. The Detroit … Continue reading "1963 : Martin Luther King Leads Leads Largest Demonstration in Nation’s History in Detroit"
1967 : Alewives Wash Up on Michigan’s Lake Michigan Shoreline
1967 : Alewives Wash Up on Michigan’s Lake Michigan Shoreline
Jun 23 all-day
1967 : Alewives Wash Up on Michigan's Lake Michigan Shoreline
  June 23, 1967, billions of alewives, a small “trash” fish, began washing up and rotting on four hundred miles of Lake Michigan shoreline from Benton Harbor to Petoskey, causing tremendous damage to the tourist … Continue reading "1967 : Alewives Wash Up on Michigan’s Lake Michigan Shoreline"
2013 : Detroit Walk to Freedom Anniversary
2013 : Detroit Walk to Freedom Anniversary
Jun 23 all-day
  50th Anniversary of MLK Freedom Walk, Detroit, MI, June 22, 2013 – – A No Struggle, No Development Production! By Kenny Snodgrass, Activist, Photographer, Videographer, Author Photo montage – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAP7nVnnYiE Part 1 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yf4Bs049CqM&feature=youtu.be … Continue reading "2013 : Detroit Walk to Freedom Anniversary"
2017: Mid-Michigan Suffers Major Flooding
2017: Mid-Michigan Suffers Major Flooding
Jun 23 all-day
Flood damage to Isabella County public and private property is near $90 million, according to preliminary assessments announced Wednesday, June 28. The damage to homes and roads appears to make Isabella the hardest-hit among four … Continue reading "2017: Mid-Michigan Suffers Major Flooding"
1873 : Elk Rapids Iron Co. Produces First Iron
1873 : Elk Rapids Iron Co. Produces First Iron
Jun 24 all-day
On June 24, 1873, the Elk Rapids Iron Co. produced its first blast of iron. Elk Rapids was once one of the nation’s greatest producers of iron. Its furnace stood 47 feet tall and 12 … Continue reading "1873 : Elk Rapids Iron Co. Produces First Iron"
1882: Founder of Stroh’s Beer Dies
1882: Founder of Stroh’s Beer Dies
Jun 24 all-day
1882: Founder of Stroh's Beer Dies
Bernard Stroh ( (August 20, 1822-June 24, 1882) was born in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany and learned the beer brewing trade from his father.   Around the time of the German Revolution, he left his homeland in 1848, … Continue reading "1882: Founder of Stroh’s Beer Dies"
1906 : Free Press Starts Drive To Send Crippled Girls and Boys To Camp; Establishes Free Air Camp
1906 : Free Press Starts Drive To Send Crippled Girls and Boys To Camp; Establishes Free Air Camp
Jun 24 all-day
Fresh Air Camp: On June 24, 1906, the Free Press runs a box asking readers to “wrap up a nickel in a piece of paper and send it to the Free Press to be used … Continue reading "1906 : Free Press Starts Drive To Send Crippled Girls and Boys To Camp; Establishes Free Air Camp"
1960 : Houghton-Hancock Bridge Almost Taken Out By Ship
1960 : Houghton-Hancock Bridge Almost Taken Out By Ship
Jun 24 all-day
1960 : Houghton-Hancock Bridge Almost Taken Out By Ship
On June 24, 1960, the day before the new Houghton-Hancock Bridge over Portage Lake in the Upper Peninsula was to be formally dedicated, the steamer J.F. Schoellkopf almost collided with the bridge. Captain Albert Wilhelmy … Continue reading "1960 : Houghton-Hancock Bridge Almost Taken Out By Ship"
1972 : First Motor City Pride Parade
1972 : First Motor City Pride Parade
Jun 24 all-day
1972 : First Motor City Pride Parade
Merrilee Melvin was 24 years old in spring of 1972 when she was swiftly fired from her print shop job after coming out to a coworker. Soon afterward, she was hired at $25 a week … Continue reading "1972 : First Motor City Pride Parade"
2001 : Michigan’s First Amber Alert Anniversary
2001 : Michigan’s First Amber Alert Anniversary
Jun 24 all-day
Since it launched in Michigan in 2001, 295 of 304 children involved in AMBER Alerts have been recovered alive. The Michigan Association of Broadcasters spends between $35,000 and $40,000 a year to fund the program, … Continue reading "2001 : Michigan’s First Amber Alert Anniversary"
2016 : James Riley Sr. Dies, Founder of Lansing’s Oldest Black-Owned Funeral Home
2016 : James Riley Sr. Dies, Founder of Lansing’s Oldest Black-Owned Funeral Home
Jun 24 all-day
James Riley Sr., founder of the oldest black-owned funeral home, and perhaps the oldest black-owned business in Lansing, died June 24. He was 93. James Russell Riley Sr. was born in Memphis, Tenn., on Sept. 22, 1922. … Continue reading "2016 : James Riley Sr. Dies, Founder of Lansing’s Oldest Black-Owned Funeral Home"
1816 : A Description of Frontier Detroit and the Birth of the City Library of Detroit
1816 : A Description of Frontier Detroit and the Birth of the City Library of Detroit
Jun 25 all-day
At 3 p.m. on June 25, 1816, John Montieth, a Presbyterian missionary, received his first glimpse of Detroit when he stepped ashore from his transport. the schooner he had boarded 40 hours earlier in Buffalo, … Continue reading "1816 : A Description of Frontier Detroit and the Birth of the City Library of Detroit"
1832 : Cholera Epidemic Breaks Out In Detroit
1832 : Cholera Epidemic Breaks Out In Detroit
Jun 25 all-day
1832 : Cholera Epidemic Breaks Out In Detroit
Cholera epidemic begins in Michigan. Flyer for preventing Cholera during the second cholera pandemic (1829–51) On June 25, 1832, the Detroit Board of Health issued guidelines to prevent and cure cholera, including a list of … Continue reading "1832 : Cholera Epidemic Breaks Out In Detroit"
1863 : Olympia Brown, First Female Minister with Full Ecclesiastical Authority
1863 : Olympia Brown, First Female Minister with Full Ecclesiastical Authority
Jun 25 all-day
Kalamazoo native Olympia Brown became the country’s first female minister with full ecclesiatical authority on this day. Sources : Michigan History, May/June 2014, p.7. For a longer account, see Laurie Carter Noble, “Olympia Brown : … Continue reading "1863 : Olympia Brown, First Female Minister with Full Ecclesiastical Authority"
1953 : Al Kaline Debuts As a Detroit Tiger
1953 : Al Kaline Debuts As a Detroit Tiger
Jun 25 all-day
1953 : Al Kaline Debuts As a Detroit Tiger
60 years ago today, one of the best AL players of his generation debuted ? Al Kaline. One of the few people to play for 20 seasons and never change franchises, for a generation of … Continue reading "1953 : Al Kaline Debuts As a Detroit Tiger"
1956 : Tee Ball Invented in Albion, Michigan
1956 : Tee Ball Invented in Albion, Michigan
Jun 25 all-day
1956 : Tee Ball Invented in Albion, Michigan
Back in 1956, young fans of the great American pastime finally got a chance to play ball when an Albion, Michigan man Jerry Sacharski had the idea to use a batting tee to help teach … Continue reading "1956 : Tee Ball Invented in Albion, Michigan"
1958 : The First Governor’s Walk Across the Mackinac Bridge
1958 : The First Governor’s Walk Across the Mackinac Bridge
Jun 25 all-day
1958 : The First Governor's Walk Across the Mackinac Bridge
The official dedication ceremonies for the newly built Mackinac Bridge began with the first “Governor’s Walk” across the bridge, led by Governor Soapy Williams. In all there were four days of festivities through June 28, … Continue reading "1958 : The First Governor’s Walk Across the Mackinac Bridge"
1829 : Charles Thompson Harvey Born, Saint Mary’s Falls Ship Canal Builder
1829 : Charles Thompson Harvey Born, Saint Mary’s Falls Ship Canal Builder
Jun 26 all-day
1829 : Charles Thompson Harvey Born, Saint Mary’s Falls Ship Canal Builder
Courtesy Chippewa County Historical Society The State Locks are shown here in about 1865. Native American houses and fishing sheds populate the space between the locks and the rapids. The inset photo is of Charles … Continue reading "1829 : Charles Thompson Harvey Born, Saint Mary’s Falls Ship Canal Builder"
1895 : Chinaman Chan Hoy of Grand Rapids Makes the News
1895 : Chinaman Chan Hoy of Grand Rapids Makes the News
Jun 26 all-day
1895 : Chinaman Chan Hoy of Grand Rapids Makes the News
Chinaman Chan Hoy of Grand Rapids announces he will ignite 25,000 firecrackers in front of his laundry on July 4th, demonstrating for one and all his patriotism. Chan Hoy’s Crackers, Grand Rapids Press via America’s … Continue reading "1895 : Chinaman Chan Hoy of Grand Rapids Makes the News"
1896 : Ubly Incorporated
1896 : Ubly Incorporated
Jun 26 all-day
1896 : Ubly Incorporated
On June 26, 1896, Ubly was incorporated. In 1865, Alfred Pagett opened a store in Huron County and named the community Pagett’s Corners. He soon changed his mind and called the town Ubley, after his … Continue reading "1896 : Ubly Incorporated"
1911 : Michigan Adopts Third State Flag
1911 : Michigan Adopts Third State Flag
Jun 26 all-day
1911 : Michigan Adopts Third State Flag
The Flag of the State of Michigan depicts the state’s coat-of-arms on a dark blue field, as set forth by Michigan state law. The state coat of arms depicts a light blue shield, upon which … Continue reading "1911 : Michigan Adopts Third State Flag"
1982 : Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands Visits Michigan
1982 : Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands Visits Michigan
Jun 26 all-day
Queen Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands visited the Michigan cities of Ann Arbor, Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Holland to celebrate 200 years of friendly relations between the Netherlands and the U.S. Sources : … Continue reading "1982 : Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands Visits Michigan"
2000 : Safe Delivery of Newborns Law Enacted
2000 : Safe Delivery of Newborns Law Enacted
Jun 26 all-day
Safe Delivery of Newborns Michigan, like many states across the country, have stories reported in the news media of newborn babies abandoned in dumpsters, parking lots, car washes or public restrooms. While there are a … Continue reading "2000 : Safe Delivery of Newborns Law Enacted"
2010 : Verlen Kruger Memorial Dedicated in Portland
2010 : Verlen Kruger Memorial Dedicated in Portland
Jun 26 all-day
Kruger did not begin paddling a canoe until age 41, but would canoe over 100,000 miles over the next 42 years and would set many world records. Kruger, a retired plumber who began canoeing at … Continue reading "2010 : Verlen Kruger Memorial Dedicated in Portland"
2011 : U2 Play in Spartan Stadium
2011 : U2 Play in Spartan Stadium
Jun 26 all-day
  U2 visits Spartan Stadium on June 26, 2011, only the second rock band to perform at this venue. Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking for, YouTube Clip from the event. With or Without You, … Continue reading "2011 : U2 Play in Spartan Stadium"
2014 : Corpse Flower Blooms on Campus
2014 : Corpse Flower Blooms on Campus
Jun 26 all-day
  Hundreds of people stopped by MSU to see the rare flowering of the Corpse Flower. YouTube Time Elapse Clip Another Corpse Flower Clip After an anxious wait, the famous corpse flower finally bloomed at … Continue reading "2014 : Corpse Flower Blooms on Campus"
2014 : Dodge Celebrates Centennial at Meadowbrook Hall
2014 : Dodge Celebrates Centennial at Meadowbrook Hall
Jun 26 all-day
2014 : Dodge Celebrates Centennial at Meadowbrook Hall
Meadow Brook Hall celebrates The Dodge Brothers Centennial with Dodge Days, an afternoon of lively activities including rides in vintage automobiles, lectures about the history of the Dodge Brothers, and a vintage Dodge car show … Continue reading "2014 : Dodge Celebrates Centennial at Meadowbrook Hall"
2015 : Supreme Court Recognizes Same-Sex Marriage
2015 : Supreme Court Recognizes Same-Sex Marriage
Jun 26 all-day
On this day, the Supreme Court of the United States rules that same sex couples can marry legally.  The decision — Obergefell v. Hodges — is based in part on a Michigan court case, DeBoer … Continue reading "2015 : Supreme Court Recognizes Same-Sex Marriage"
2016 : Clara’s Lansing Station Closes
2016 : Clara’s Lansing Station Closes
Jun 26 all-day
2016 : Clara's Lansing Station Closes
Clara’s Lansing Station, a staple in the Lansing area for more than 37 years, will close its doors Sunday. In 1978, Peter Jubeck chose the old Union Depot (Lansing, Michigan) built in 1903 as the … Continue reading "2016 : Clara’s Lansing Station Closes"
1915 : Grace Lee Boggs Born, Author, Human Rights Advocate, Philosopher
1915 : Grace Lee Boggs Born, Author, Human Rights Advocate, Philosopher
Jun 27 all-day
Born to Chinese immigrants, Ms. Boggs was an author, activist, and philosopher who planted gardens on vacant lots, founded community organizations and political movements, marched against racism, lectured widely on human rights and wrote books … Continue reading "1915 : Grace Lee Boggs Born, Author, Human Rights Advocate, Philosopher"
1947 : First College World Series Takes Place at Western Michigan College; Guess Who Was One of the Players?
1947 : First College World Series Takes Place at Western Michigan College; Guess Who Was One of the Players?
Jun 27 all-day
1947 : First College World Series Takes Place at Western Michigan College; Guess Who Was One of the Players?
On June 27, 1947, the first College World Series began at Western Michigan College in Kalamazoo. California played Yale for the championship, which was a best of three series. California swept. Future President of the … Continue reading "1947 : First College World Series Takes Place at Western Michigan College; Guess Who Was One of the Players?"
1947 : Ford Offers Workers a Pension Plan for the First Time
1947 : Ford Offers Workers a Pension Plan for the First Time
Jun 27 all-day
Under pressure from the United Auto Workers, Ford gave workers a choice between a pension plan, heretofore only available to management, and an across-the-board wage increase. Although employees chose the wages, the company’s willingness to … Continue reading "1947 : Ford Offers Workers a Pension Plan for the First Time"
1990 : Dr. Pearl Kendrick and Dr. Grace Eldering Honored for Their Development of a Vaccine to Fight Whooping Cough
1990 : Dr. Pearl Kendrick and Dr. Grace Eldering Honored for Their Development of a Vaccine to Fight Whooping Cough
Jun 27 all-day
On June 27, 1990, two Grand Rapids scientists, Dr. Pearl Kendrick and Dr. Grace Eldering, were honored by the commemoration in their names of the Public Health Laboratory. During the 1930s, these two remarkable women … Continue reading "1990 : Dr. Pearl Kendrick and Dr. Grace Eldering Honored for Their Development of a Vaccine to Fight Whooping Cough"
2013 : Pure Michigan Dunes Video
2013 : Pure Michigan Dunes Video
Jun 27 all-day
  It’s summertime. Time to visit some of Michigan’s lakeshore sand dunes. Check out YouTube Video. Michigan has more than 300,000 acres of Sand Dunes that offer breathtaking views or thrilling experiences. Watch as we … Continue reading "2013 : Pure Michigan Dunes Video"
2019 : Electric Forest 2019 kicks off
2019 : Electric Forest 2019 kicks off
Jun 27 all-day
2019 : Electric Forest 2019 kicks off
Bright lights and bright colors make for a visual delight at Electric Forest. The popular music and camping festival is known as a photographer’s dream. Seemingly everywhere one looks is a potential scenic, artistic or … Continue reading "2019 : Electric Forest 2019 kicks off"
Log Cabin Day (Last Sunday of June)
Log Cabin Day (Last Sunday of June)
Jun 27 all-day
Log Cabin Day (Last Sunday of June)
The last Sunday in June of each year shall be known as “log cabin day”. History: 1989, Act 60, Imd. Eff. June 16, 1989 (MCL 435.241) Michigan isn’t a state outsiders usually associate with log … Continue reading "Log Cabin Day (Last Sunday of June)"
1900 : President McKinley Stops in Three Oaks To Dedicate Memorial Park
1900 : President McKinley Stops in Three Oaks To Dedicate Memorial Park
Jun 28 all-day
1900 : President McKinley Stops in Three Oaks To Dedicate Memorial Park
The citizens of Three Oaks, Michigan won a contest to raise the most money per capita in memory of the U.S.S. Maine, which was sunk in the Havana Harbor before the start of the War … Continue reading "1900 : President McKinley Stops in Three Oaks To Dedicate Memorial Park"
1938 : Monkeys on the Loose At Belle Isle
1938 : Monkeys on the Loose At Belle Isle
Jun 28 all-day
As if a fancifully written news report about escaped monkeys on Belle Isle weren’t adorable enough, a police inspector’s six-year-old daughter had to get involved. June 28, 1938 Escaped Belle Isle Monkeys Make Picnic an … Continue reading "1938 : Monkeys on the Loose At Belle Isle"
1946 : Gilda Radner Born in Detroit
1946 : Gilda Radner Born in Detroit
Jun 28 all-day
1946 : Gilda Radner Born in Detroit
Gilda Radner – a 1964 Liggett School alumna and University of Michigan dropout who originally wanted to be a teacher for special-needs children — is best known for her work on “Saturday Night Live” in … Continue reading "1946 : Gilda Radner Born in Detroit"
1948 : Michigan State Police Crack Down on Wild City Fliers
1948 : Michigan State Police Crack Down on Wild City Fliers
Jun 28 all-day
On June 28, 1948, nine months after they received their first airplane, the Michigan State Police began patrolling airways over Detroit to control “wild city fliers.” —Source: Mich-Again’s Day.
1953 : Workers Assemble First Corvette in Flint, Michigan
1953 : Workers Assemble First Corvette in Flint, Michigan
Jun 28 all-day
On June 28, 1953, workers at a Chevrolet plant in Flint, Michigan, assemble the first Corvette, a two-seater sports car that would become an American icon. The first completed production car rolled off the assembly … Continue reading "1953 : Workers Assemble First Corvette in Flint, Michigan"
1958: Mackinac Bridge Officially Dedicated
1958: Mackinac Bridge Officially Dedicated
Jun 28 all-day
On June 28, 1958, the Mackinac Bridge was officially dedicated by Gov. G. Mennen “Soapy” Williams, Bridge Authority Chair Prentis Brown and their wives. They stood at the North Anchor block and tied together a … Continue reading "1958: Mackinac Bridge Officially Dedicated"
1965 : The Petoskey Stone Becomes Michigan’s Official State Stone
1965 : The Petoskey Stone Becomes Michigan’s Official State Stone
Jun 28 all-day
On June 28, 1965, Governor George Romney signed a bill that made the Petoskey Stone Michigan’s official State Stone. It was fitting that Miss Ella Jane Petoskey, the only living grand-child of Chief Petosegay, was … Continue reading "1965 : The Petoskey Stone Becomes Michigan’s Official State Stone"
1976 : The Game That Made Mark Fidrych (The Bird) Famous
1976 : The Game That Made Mark Fidrych (The Bird) Famous
Jun 28 all-day
1976 : The Game That Made Mark Fidrych (The Bird) Famous
Today we remember the game that made Mark ?The Bird? Fidrych famous. It was a night game played at Tiger Stadium on June 28, 1976. The Tigers squared off against the New York Yankees for … Continue reading "1976 : The Game That Made Mark Fidrych (The Bird) Famous"
1990: Nelson Mandela Visits Detroit
1990: Nelson Mandela Visits Detroit
Jun 28 all-day
1990: Nelson Mandela Visits Detroit
Nelson Mandela spoke to over 49,000 people at Tiger Stadium in Detroit in June 1990. “The man who stands before you is not a stranger,” Mandela said. “I am a member of the UAW; I … Continue reading "1990: Nelson Mandela Visits Detroit"
2013 : Miguel Cabrera Sets Another Record
2013 : Miguel Cabrera Sets Another Record
Jun 28 all-day
Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera has done something this season that no big-league hitter has done since at least 1900. He has produced three games in one season in which he has gone 4-for-4 with … Continue reading "2013 : Miguel Cabrera Sets Another Record"
1797 : Bishop Frederic Baraga Born
1797 : Bishop Frederic Baraga Born
Jun 29 all-day
1797 : Bishop Frederic Baraga Born
Bishop Frederic Baraga was born on June 29, 1797 in the castle of Mala vas in the Northwestern part of Slovenia, and for over half of the 71 years of his life Baraga covered a … Continue reading "1797 : Bishop Frederic Baraga Born"
1853 : Elizabeth (Bessie) Jane Eaglesfield, First University of Michigan Woman Law Graduate
1853 : Elizabeth (Bessie) Jane Eaglesfield, First University of Michigan Woman Law Graduate
Jun 29 all-day
1853 : Elizabeth (Bessie) Jane Eaglesfield, First University of Michigan Woman Law Graduate
Elizabeth (Bessie) Jane Eaglesfield was born June 29, 1853, in Clay County, Indiana. She was educated in the high school at Terre Haute, Ind., and would go on to win multiple degrees from the University … Continue reading "1853 : Elizabeth (Bessie) Jane Eaglesfield, First University of Michigan Woman Law Graduate"
1863 : George Armstrong Custer Takes Command of the Michigan Cavalry Brigade
1863 : George Armstrong Custer Takes Command of the Michigan Cavalry Brigade
Jun 29 all-day
1863 : George Armstrong Custer Takes Command of the Michigan Cavalry Brigade
Raised in Monroe, Michigan, George Armstrong Custer graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1861. Serving as a junior officer for the first two years of the Civil War, Custer — and … Continue reading "1863 : George Armstrong Custer Takes Command of the Michigan Cavalry Brigade"
1916 : Detroit Cigar Factory Women Strike
1916 : Detroit Cigar Factory Women Strike
Jun 29 all-day
1916 : Detroit Cigar Factory Women Strike
Cigars … Luxurious, expensive, elitist…. But about a century ago working-class Americans enjoyed cigars every day, and Detroit was famous for manufacturing the best smokes in the nation. The industry took for a number of … Continue reading "1916 : Detroit Cigar Factory Women Strike"
1928: Michigan’s First Concerted Attempt at Eliminating Pollution
1928: Michigan’s First Concerted Attempt at Eliminating Pollution
Jun 29 all-day
On June 29, 1928, the Michigan Conservation Department and Department of Health launched a joint program of pollution control, the state’s first concerted attempt at eliminating human and industrial waste in Michigan’s lakes and streams. … Continue reading "1928: Michigan’s First Concerted Attempt at Eliminating Pollution"
1978 : Fireworks Banned Again
1978 : Fireworks Banned Again
Jun 29 all-day
On June 29, 1978, Michigan’s new fireworks law, which banned fireworks bigger than paper caps and sparklers, was slated to take effect during the coming weekend. The law included a 24-hour grace period that allows … Continue reading "1978 : Fireworks Banned Again"
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