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1974/--/-- -1 - A military coup in Portugal leads to democratic reforms.
1974/--/-- -1 - American tennis player Chris Evert wins a record 56 consecutive matches.
1974/--/-- -1 - American tennis player Jimmy Connors wins the U.S. Open tournament for the first time.
1974/--/-- -1 - American writer Stephen King publishes the horror novel Carrie.
1974/--/-- -1 - An army of life-size pottery figures is discovered in a Ch'in dynasty tomb in China.
1974/--/-- -1 - Archbishop Makarios is deposed, prompting a Turkish invasion of Cyprus.
1974/--/-- -1 - Baseball player Hank Aaron breaks Babe Ruth's record of 714 home-runs.
1974/--/-- -1 - Emperor Haile Selassie is deposed in a military coup in Ethiopia.
1974/--/-- -1 - Former astronaut John Glenn is elected to the U.S. Senate.
1974/--/-- -1 - General Augusto Pinochet Ugarte becomes president of Chile.
1974/--/-- -1 - Gerald R. Ford (Republican) becomes president of the United States
1974/--/-- -1 - Helmut Schmidt becomes chancellor of West Germany.
1974/--/-- -1 - Isabel Peron becomes president of Argentina after the death of her husband.
1974/--/-- -1 - James Michener publishes Centennial, a historical novel of the American West.
1974/--/-- -1 - Konstantinos G. Karamanlis becomes prime minister of Greece.
1974/--/-- -1 - Patricia Hearst is abducted by members of the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA).
1974/--/-- -1 - Portugal recognizes the independence of Guinea-Bissau.
1974/--/-- -1 - President Ford grants Richard Nixon a pardon for any crimes committed in office.
1974/--/-- -1 - President Giscard d'Estaing appoints Jacques Chirac prime minister of France.
1974/--/-- -1 - President Nixon resigns; Gerald R. Ford is inaugurated as the 38th U.S. president.
1974/--/-- -1 - Reiner Werner Fassbinder "Ali-- Fear Eats the Soul"
1974/--/-- -1 - South African golfer Gary Player achieves the Grand Slam.
1974/--/-- -1 - Soviet ballet dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov defects to the West.
1974/--/-- -1 - The House Judiciary Committee votes to impeach President Nixon.
1974/--/-- -1 - The Mariner 10 spacecraft passes within 438 miles of the planet Mercury.
1974/--/-- -1 - The Sears Tower in Chicago surpasses the World Trade Center as the tallest building.
1974/--/-- -1 - The crisis on Cyprus causes the collapse of the military regime in Greece.
1974/--/-- -1 - Willy Brandt is forced to resign after an East German spy is discovered on his staff.
1974/--/-- -1 - Yitzhak Rabin succeeds Golda Meir as prime minister of Israel.
1974/10/-- -1 - World Series NL LOS ANGELES (1) AL OAKLAND (4)
1974/12/05 0 *** Booher, Brian - Born to Booher, William Eugene and Williams, Mary Kay Newark, Licking, Ohio
1975/--/-- 0 - American novelist Saul Bellow publishes Humboldt's Gift.
1975/--/-- 0 - American writer E.L. Doctorow publishes Ragtime.
1975/--/-- 0 - Bobby Fischer refuses to defend his chess title; Anatoly Karpov is made champion.
1975/--/-- 0 - Brazilian soccer star Pele ends his retirement to play for the New York Cosmos.
1975/--/-- 0 - Civil war breaks out after the Portuguese withdraw from Angola.
1975/--/-- 0 - Civil war breaks out in Lebanon between Muslim and Christian forces.
1975/--/-- 0 - Communist Pathet Lao declare Laos the People's Democratic Republic.
1975/--/-- 0 - Cyprus is partitioned into Greek and Turkish zones.
1975/--/-- 0 - Czech tennis star Martina Navratilova defects to the U.S.
1975/--/-- 0 - Dutch Guiana gains its independence as the Republic of Suriname.
1975/--/-- 0 - Eritrean rebels begin their fight for independence in Ethiopia.
1975/--/-- 0 - Football player O.J. Simpson scores a record 23 touchdowns in one season.
1975/--/-- 0 - Gen. Yakubu Gowon is deposed in a military coup in Nigeria.
1975/--/-- 0 - Juan Carlos I becomes king of Spain after the death of General Francisco Franco.
1975/--/-- 0 - Michael Bennett directs and choreographs the Broadway musical A Chorus Line.
1975/--/-- 0 - Mozambique wins independence from Portugal; Samora Machel becomes the president.
1975/--/-- 0 - North Vietnamese forces overrun Saigon, which is renamed as Ho Chi Minh City.
1975/--/-- 0 - Papua New Guinea becomes independent from Australian administration.
1975/--/-- 0 - President Mujibur Rahman is killed in a military coup in Bangladesh.
1975/--/-- 0 - President N'Garta Tombalbaye of Chad is killed in a coup d'etat.
1975/--/-- 0 - Prime Minister Pol Pot begins a reign of terror in Kampuchea.
1975/--/-- 0 - Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer begin the PBS MacNeil/Lehrer news analysis program.
1975/--/-- 0 - Saudi King Faisal is assassinated; he is succeeded by his brother Khalid.
1975/--/-- 0 - Singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen releases the rock album Born to Run.
1975/--/-- 0 - South Vietnam capitulates; a mass exodus of Boat People begins.
1975/--/-- 0 - South Vietnam surrenders to North Vietnam
1975/--/-- 0 - Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov wins the Nobel Peace Prize.
1975/--/-- 0 - Steven Spielberg's film Jaws sets new box-office records.
1975/--/-- 0 - Taiwanese leader Chiang Kai-shek dies; he is succeeded by Chiang Ching-kuo.
1975/--/-- 0 - The Helsinki accords pledge the signatory nations to respect human rights.
1975/--/-- 0 - The Khmer Rouge win control of Cambodia and rename the country Kampuchea.
1975/--/-- 0 - The Republic of Comoros declares its independence from France.
1975/--/-- 0 - The Suez Canal reopens after being closed to shipping for eight years.
1975/--/-- 0 - U.S. Marines recapture the U.S. freighter Mayaguez from Kampuchean forces.
1975/--/-- 0 - U.S. astronauts and Soviet cosmonauts linkup during the Apollo-Soyuz mission.
1975/08/20 0 *** Booher, Bridget [2nd cousin] - Born to Booher, Steven and Tieman, Colleen Chillicothe, Ross, Ohio
1975/10/-- 0 - World Series NL CINCINNATI (4) AL BOSTON (3)
1976/--/-- 1 - A severe earthquake in China kills over 600,000.
1976/--/-- 1 - Actor Jack Nicholson wins the Academy Award for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
1976/--/-- 1 - Artist Christo completes Running Fence, a curtain spanning 24 miles of countryside.
1976/--/-- 1 - Black American writer Alex Haley publishes Roots: The Saga of an American Family.
1976/--/-- 1 - Black student protestors are massacred at Soweto in South Africa.
1976/--/-- 1 - Chinese leaders Chou En-lai and Mao Tse-tung die; Hua Kuo-feng assumes power.
1976/--/-- 1 - Finnish runner Lasse Viren wins the Olympic 5,000- and 10,000-m races for the second time.
1976/--/-- 1 - Isabel Peron is deposed; Jorge Rafael Videla becomes president of Argentina.
1976/--/-- 1 - Israeli commandos rescue hijacked airplane passengers at Entebbe, Uganda.
1976/--/-- 1 - James Callaghan succeeds Harold Wilson as prime minister of Britain.
1976/--/-- 1 - Jim Henson's Muppet Show debuts on television.
1976/--/-- 1 - Jose Lopez Portillo y Pacheco is elected president of Mexico.
1976/--/-- 1 - Mario Soares is elected prime minister of Portugal for the first time.
1976/--/-- 1 - Robert De Niro stars in Martin Scorcese's film Taxi Driver.
1976/--/-- 1 - Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci wins three gold medals at the Montreal Olympics.
1976/--/-- 1 - Separatist leader Rene Levesque becomes premier of Quebec.
1976/--/-- 1 - Suarez Gonzalez becomes prime minister of Spain after the first election in 41 years.
1976/--/-- 1 - Swedish tennis star Bjorn Borg wins the first of five Wimbledon championships.
1976/--/-- 1 - Sylvester Stallone's film Rocky wins the Academy Award as best picture.
1976/--/-- 1 - The Sex Pistols punk rock group is formed in England.
1976/--/-- 1 - The South African homeland of Transkei becomes independent.
1976/--/-- 1 - The U.S. celebrates its Bicentennial.
1976/--/-- 1 - The first outbreak of Legionnaires' disease occurs in Philadelphia.
1976/--/-- 1 - The pro-Soviet MPLA government seizes power in Angola aided by Cuban troops.
1976/--/-- 1 - U.S. Viking spacecraft land on Mars.
1976/--/-- 1 - Viking 1 & 2 land on Mars
1976/06/19 1 *** Booher, Randa Lynn [1st cousin once removed] & Minkel, Stephen Ray - Married
1976/10/-- 1 - World Series NL CINCINNATI (4) AL NEW YORK (0)
1977/--/-- 2 - American golfer Tom Watson wins the Masters and British Open tournaments.
1977/--/-- 2 - American hurdler Edwin Moses begins a winning streak of 90 consecutive races.
1977/--/-- 2 - American poet and novelist Wendell Berry, publishes The Unsettling of America.
1977/--/-- 2 - Black politician Andrew Young is appointed as U.S. ambassador to the UN.
1977/--/-- 2 - Carter is inaugurated as the 39th U.S. president; Mondale becomes vice-presicent.
1977/--/-- 2 - Comedian and filmmaker Woody Allen directs Diane Keaton in Annie Hall.
1977/--/-- 2 - Edward (Ed) Koch becomes mayor of New York City for the first time.
1977/--/-- 2 - General Zia ul-Haq deposes prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in Pakistan.
1977/--/-- 2 - George Lucas "Star Wars"
1977/--/-- 2 - George Lucas directs the first Star Wars space fantasy film.
1977/--/-- 2 - James E. Carter, Jr. (Democrat) becomes president of the United States
1977/--/-- 2 - Jean Bedel Bokassa is crowned Emperor Bokassa I of the Central African Empire.
1977/--/-- 2 - John Travolta stars in the disco film Saturday Night Fever.
1977/--/-- 2 - Menachem Begin succeeds Yitzhak Rabin as prime minister of Israel.
1977/--/-- 2 - Morarji Randchhadji Desai succeeds Indira Gandhi as prime minister of India.
1977/--/-- 2 - Rock 'n roll performer Elvis Presley dies.
1977/--/-- 2 - Seveteen-year old American jockey Steve Cauthen rides a record 487 winners.
1977/--/-- 2 - South Africa grants independence to the African homeland of Bophuthatswana.
1977/--/-- 2 - The Fianna Fail party returns to power under John Lynch in the Republic of Ireland.
1977/--/-- 2 - The French Territory of the Afars and the Issas becomes independent as Djibouti.
1977/--/-- 2 - The first Apple II personal computer is marketed in the U.S.
1977/08/14 2 *** Minkel, Gabriel S. [2nd cousin] - Born to Minkel, Stephen Ray and Booher, Randa Lynn
1977/10/-- 2 - World Series NL LOS ANGELES (2) AL NEW YORK (4)
1977/10/25 2 *** Henson, Mildred Louise [Grandmother] - Died Newark, Licking, Ohio Newark, Licking, Ohio
1978/--/-- 3 - Afghanistan president Mohammad Daud Khan is killed in a Marxist coup.
1978/--/-- 3 - American auto racer Mario Andretti wins the Formula One Grand Prix championship.
1978/--/-- 3 - American golfer Nancy Lopez wins a record five straight tournaments.
1978/--/-- 3 - American writer John Irving publishes The World According to Garp.
1978/--/-- 3 - Antonio Guzman becomes president of the Dominican Republic.
1978/--/-- 3 - Boxer Larry Holmes defeats Ken Norton for the heavyweight championship.
1978/--/-- 3 - Britain grants independence to Tuvalu, Dominica, and the Solomon Islands.
1978/--/-- 3 - Italian politician Aldo Moro is kidnapped and murdered by Red Brigade terrorists.
1978/--/-- 3 - Jerry Falwell founds the Moral Majority
1978/--/-- 3 - Michael Cimino directs the controversial Vietnam War film The Deer Hunter.
1978/--/-- 3 - More than 900 members of a religious cult commit suicide at Jonestown, Guyana.
1978/--/-- 3 - Pieter Willem Botha becomes prime minister of South Africa.
1978/--/-- 3 - Pope John Paul II becomes the first non-Italian Pope in more than 500 years.
1978/--/-- 3 - President Carter oversees the Camp David peace accords between Egypt and Israel.
1978/--/-- 3 - Punk Rock
1978/--/-- 3 - The Pompidou Center art museum (the Beaubourg) is opened in Paris.
1978/--/-- 3 - The United States and Panama renew the Panama Canal treaties.
1978/--/-- 3 - The balloon Double Eagle II completes the first Atlantic crossing.
1978/--/-- 3 - The first human test-tube baby is born in England.
1978/--/-- 3 - The murder of opposition leader Pedro Joaquin Chamorro sparks uprisings in Nicaragua.
1978/--/-- 3 - Yiddish-language writer Isaac Bashevis Singer wins the Nobel Prize for literature.
1978/--/-- 3 - personal computer
1978/10/-- 3 - World Series NL LOS ANGELES (2) AL NEW YORK (4)
1979/--/-- 4 - Abel Muzorewa becomes the first black prime minister of Rhodesia (Zimbabwe).
1979/--/-- 4 - Algerian president Houari Boumedienne dies; he is succeeded by Chadli Benjedid.
1979/--/-- 4 - American novelist William Styron publishes Sophie's Choice.
1979/--/-- 4 - American tennis player John McEnroe wins his first U.S. Open championship.
1979/--/-- 4 - American tennis player Tracy Austin wins the U.S. Open championship at age 16.
1979/--/-- 4 - An accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant causes a near-disaster.
1979/--/-- 4 - Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Evita opens on Broadway.
1979/--/-- 4 - British runner Sebastian Coe sets world records at 800 m, 1,500 m, and the mile.
1979/--/-- 4 - Charles Haughey succeeds John Lynch as president of the Republic of Ireland.
1979/--/-- 4 - Dutch soccer star Johan Cruyff plays for the L.A. Aztecs.
1979/--/-- 4 - Ex-prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto is executed in Pakistan.
1979/--/-- 4 - Francis Ford Coppola directs the Vietnam War film Apocalypse Now.
1979/--/-- 4 - Gen. Saddam Hussein succeeds Gen. al-Bakr as president of Iraq.
1979/--/-- 4 - IRA terrorists assassinate Lord Mountbatten in Ireland.
1979/--/-- 4 - Islamic fundamentalist Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini returns to Iran.
1979/--/-- 4 - Jean Bedel Bokassa is deposed in the Central African Republic.
1979/--/-- 4 - Jose Eduardo dos Santos succeeds Agostinho Neto as president of Angola.
1979/--/-- 4 - Margaret Thatcher becomes Britain's first woman prime minister.
1979/--/-- 4 - Morocco annexes Western Sahara; the Polisario Front fight for independence.
1979/--/-- 4 - Mother Teresa of Calcutta is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
1979/--/-- 4 - Pioneer 11 spacecraft makes a rendezvous with the planet Saturn.
1979/--/-- 4 - Quarterback Roger Staubach leads NFL passing, completing 267 out of 461 passes.
1979/--/-- 4 - Revolution in Iran; Americans held hostage
1979/--/-- 4 - Shehu Shagari becomes president of Nigeria.
1979/--/-- 4 - Sixty-six U.S. embassy employees are taken hostage by Iranian students in Tehran.
1979/--/-- 4 - South Korean president Park Chung Hee is assassinated.
1979/--/-- 4 - Soviet troops occupy Afghanistan in support of Babrak Karmal's Marxist regime.
1979/--/-- 4 - Soviets lose war in Afganistan
1979/--/-- 4 - Tanzanians and Ugandan exiles invade Uganda; dictator Idi Amin Dada flees.
1979/--/-- 4 - The Gossamer Albatross flies across the English Channel under human-power.
1979/--/-- 4 - The Mujaheddin begin a guerrilla war against the Soviet forces in Afghanistan.
1979/--/-- 4 - The Sandinistas seize control in Nicaragua.
1979/--/-- 4 - The Shah of Iran flees the country; Iran is proclaimed an Islamic republic.
1979/--/-- 4 - The first case of AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is reported.
1979/--/-- 4 - Vietnamese forces invade Kampuchea and overthrow the Pol Pot government.
1979/--/-- 4 - Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft rendezvous with the planet Jupiter.
1979/07/14 4 *** Booher, Brett Steven [2nd cousin] - Born to Booher, Steven and Tieman, Colleen
1979/10/-- 4 - World Series NL PITTSBURGH (4) AL BALTIMORE (3)
1980/--/-- 5 - "War on Drugs" jails 1/5 of young black men
1980/--/-- 5 - An earthquake in Algeria kills 20,000.
1980/--/-- 5 - Border disputes erupt into the Gulf war between Iran and Iraq.
1980/--/-- 5 - Boxer Sugar Ray Leonard regains the world welterweight title from Roberto Duran.
1980/--/-- 5 - British writer D.M. Thomas publishes The White Hotel.
1980/--/-- 5 - CD, VCR, & cable become common
1980/--/-- 5 - Chun Doo Hwan becomes president of South Korea.
1980/--/-- 5 - Ex-Beatle John Lennon is fatally shot outside his Manhattan apartment.
1980/--/-- 5 - Ex-Nicaraguan president Anastasio Somoza Debayle is assassinated.
1980/--/-- 5 - Gen. Kenan Evren leads a military coup in Turkey.
1980/--/-- 5 - Hollywood remakes B-movies and comix
1980/--/-- 5 - Jose Napoleon Duarte becomes president of El Salvador; the guerilla war continues.
1980/--/-- 5 - Lech Walesa heads Solidarity, the first union movement in a communist country.
1980/--/-- 5 - Liberian president William R. Tolbert is killed in a military coup led by Samuel Doe.
1980/--/-- 5 - Love Canal, a chemically contaminated area in N.Y., is declared a disaster area.
1980/--/-- 5 - Meryl Streep and Dustin Hoffman star in the film Kramer v. Kramer.
1980/--/-- 5 - Milton Obote is reelected as president of Uganda.
1980/--/-- 5 - Mount St. Helens erupts in Washington state killing eight people.
1980/--/-- 5 - Peter Shaffer's play Amadeus is produced.
1980/--/-- 5 - Rhodesia is renamed Zimbabwe; Robert Mugabe becomes prime minister.
1980/--/-- 5 - Robert Redford directs the Academy Award winning film Ordinary People.
1980/--/-- 5 - Solidarity in Poland
1980/--/-- 5 - Ted Turner begins the Cable News Network, offering round-the-clock news.
1980/--/-- 5 - The American television soap opera Dallas is first broadcast.
1980/--/-- 5 - The Castro regime deports more than 120,000 Cubans to Florida.
1980/--/-- 5 - The FBI's ABSCAM investigation convicts seven members of the U.S. Congress.
1980/--/-- 5 - The New Hebrides become independent from Britain and France as Vanuatu.
1980/--/-- 5 - The U.S. boycotts the Moscow Olympics to protest the invasion of Afghanistan.
1980/--/-- 5 - The U.S. makes an unsuccessful attempt to rescue the Iranian hostages.
1980/--/-- 5 - The Voyager 1 spacecraft makes a rendezvous with the planet Saturn.
1980/01/20 5 - President Carter announces that U.S. athletes will not attend Summer Olympics in Moscow unless Soviet Union withdraws from Afghanistan.
1980/02/02 5 - FBI's undercover bribery investigation, code named Abscam, implicates a U.S. senator, seven members of the House, and 31 other public officials.
1980/04/25 5 - U.S. mission to rescue hostages in Iran is aborted after a helicopter and cargo plane collide at the staging site in a remote part of Iran and 8 serviceme
are killed.
1980/10/-- 5 - World Series NL PHILADELPHIA (4) AL KANSAS CITY (2)
1981/--/-- 6 - Andreas Panpandreou becomes prime minister of Greece.
1981/--/-- 6 - Anwar al-Sadat is killed; Hosni Mubarak becomes president of Egypt.
1981/--/-- 6 - Argentinian president Roberto Viola is ousted from power by General Galtieri.
1981/--/-- 6 - Black American novelist Toni Morrison publishes Tar Baby.
1981/--/-- 6 - Britain grants independence to Belize.
1981/--/-- 6 - Burt Lancaster stars in Louis Malle's film Atlantic City.
1981/--/-- 6 - Dan Rather replaces Walter Cronkite as anchorman for the CBS Evening News.
1981/--/-- 6 - Filmmaker Steven Spielberg directs Raiders of the Lost Ark.
1981/--/-- 6 - Francois Mitterand succeeds Valery Giscard d'Estaing as president of France.
1981/--/-- 6 - Garret FitzGerald becomes prime minister of Ireland.
1981/--/-- 6 - Gen. Jaruzelski declares martial law in Poland; Solidarity leaders are arrested.
1981/--/-- 6 - Henry Fonda, Katharine Hepburn and Jane Fonda star in the film On Golden Pond.
1981/--/-- 6 - Hu Yao-bang becomes head of the Chinese Communist party.
1981/--/-- 6 - Indian-born author Salman Rushdie publishes Midnight's Children.
1981/--/-- 6 - Jeane Kirkpatrick becomes U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
1981/--/-- 6 - Jerry Rawlings leads a military coup in Ghana.
1981/--/-- 6 - John Hinckley, Jr. shoots and seriously wounds President Reagan.
1981/--/-- 6 - Pope John Paul II is shot and wounded by a Turkish gunman.
1981/--/-- 6 - Reagan is inaugurated as the 40th U.S. president; Bush becomes vice-president.
1981/--/-- 6 - Ronald W. Reagan (Republican) becomes president of the United States
1981/--/-- 6 - Sandra Day O'Connor is appointed the first woman U.S. Supreme Court justice.
1981/--/-- 6 - Ten IRA prisoners starve themselves to death as a political protest.
1981/--/-- 6 - The Prince of Wales marries Lady Diana Spencer in Britain.
1981/--/-- 6 - The U.S. hostages in Iran are released.
1981/--/-- 6 - The first 24-hour music video channel MTV (Music Television) is launched in the U.S.
1981/--/-- 6 - The first Space Shuttle is launched, crewed by John Young and Robert Crippen.
1981/01/02 6 - U.S. hostages held in Iran are released after 444 days in captivity.
1981/02/01 6 *** Minkel, Lucas Todd [2nd cousin] - Born to Minkel, Stephen Ray and Booher, Randa Lynn
1981/03/30 6 - President Reagan is shot in the chest by John Hinckley, Jr.
1981/09/25 6 - Sandra Day O'Connor is sworn in as the first woman Supreme Court justice.
1981/10/-- 6 - World Series NL LOS ANGELES (4) AL NEW YORK (2)
1981/11/14 6 *** Booher, Nicholas [1st cousin once removed] & Payne, Kimberly - Married
1982/--/-- 7 - Alvaro Alfredo Magana becomes president of El Salvador.
1982/--/-- 7 - American writer Paul Theroux publishes The Mosquito Coast.
1982/--/-- 7 - Amin Gemayel becomes the president of Lebanon after his brother Bashir is killed.
1982/--/-- 7 - Argentina invades the Falkland Islands; Britain and Argentina are at war.
1982/--/-- 7 - Black American writer Alice Walker publishes The Color Purple.
1982/--/-- 7 - British troops recapture the Falkland Islands from Argentina.
1982/--/-- 7 - Dustin Hoffman stars in Sydney Pollack's film Tootsie.
1982/--/-- 7 - Felipe Gonzalez Marquez becomes prime minister of Spain.
1982/--/-- 7 - Filmmaker Steven Spielberg directs E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial.
1982/--/-- 7 - Gen. Hussain Muhammad Ershad seizes control of Bangladesh in a bloodless coup.
1982/--/-- 7 - Javier Perez de Cuellar succeeds Kurt Waldheim as secretary-general of the UN.
1982/--/-- 7 - Pop singer Michael Jackson records the all-time best-selling album Thriller.
1982/--/-- 7 - soul composer Quincy Jones wins 5 Grammy Awards.
1982/--/-- 7 - Princess Grace of Monaco dies in a car accident.
1982/--/-- 7 - Richard Attenborough directs the Academy Award winning film Gandhi.
1982/--/-- 7 - Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev dies; he is succeeded by Yuri Andropov.
1982/--/-- 7 - Sylvester Stallone stars in the first Rambo film First Blood.
1982/--/-- 7 - The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) fails to win ratification in the U.S.
1982/--/-- 7 - The Israeli army invades the Lebanon and drives the PLO guerrillas out of Beirut.
1982/--/-- 7 - The UN maintains a peace between Christian and Muslim militia in Lebanon.
1982/--/-- 7 - The Voyager 2 spacecraft transmits pictures to the U.S. of the planet Saturn.
1982/--/-- 7 - Two satellites are deployed during the first operational Space Shuttle mission.
1982/--/-- 7 - USA Today, the first daily newspaper aimed at readers throughout the U.S., is launched.
1982/02/24 7 *** Booher, Nathaniel L. [2nd cousin] - Born to Booher, Nicholas and Payne, Kimberly
1982/06/30 7 - Deadline for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution passes without the necessary votes.
1982/10/-- 7 - World Series NL ST. LOUIS (4) AL MILWAUKEE (3)
1983/--/-- 8 - American runner Joan Benoit sets a world record in the Boston Marathon.
1983/--/-- 8 - American writer William Kennedy publishes Ironweed.
1983/--/-- 8 - American zoologist Dian Fossey publishes her book Gorillas in the Mist.
1983/--/-- 8 - An EPA report projects the irreversible onset of the greenhouse effect.
1983/--/-- 8 - An Infrared Astronomical Satellite is launched to probe deep into the Milky Way.
1983/--/-- 8 - Australia II becomes the first non-American yacht to win the America's Cup.
1983/--/-- 8 - Benedetto Bettino Craxi becomes the socialist prime minister of Italy.
1983/--/-- 8 - Car bombs destroy the U.S. Embassy and U.S. Marine headquarters in Beirut.
1983/--/-- 8 - Civil war breaks out in Sri Lanka between the Sinhalese and Tamil separatists.
1983/--/-- 8 - Ex-Nazi Klaus Barbie (the butcher of Lyon) is extradited from Bolivia to France.
1983/--/-- 8 - Guion Stewart Bluford, Jr. becomes the first black American astronaut.
1983/--/-- 8 - Libyan forces invade Chad; French troops aid the Chad government.
1983/--/-- 8 - Manuel Antonio Noriega becomes commander of Panama's Defense Forces.
1983/--/-- 8 - Mario Soares becomes the socialist prime minister of Portugal.
1983/--/-- 8 - Nigerian president Shehu Shagari is deposed in a military coup led by Gen. Buhari.
1983/--/-- 8 - Opposition leader Benigno Aquino is assassinated in the Philippines.
1983/--/-- 8 - President Reagan proposes a space-based Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI).
1983/--/-- 8 - Raul Alfonsin is elected as president of Argentina, ending military rule.
1983/--/-- 8 - Reagan proposes "Star Wars" and increases military funding
1983/--/-- 8 - Sally K. Ride becomes the first U.S. woman astronaut.
1983/--/-- 8 - Shirley MacLaine and Jack Nicholson star in the film Terms of Endearment.
1983/--/-- 8 - The Labor party returns to power in Australia; Robert Hawke becomes prime minister.
1983/--/-- 8 - The Soviets shoot down a South Korean airliner that violated its airspace.
1983/--/-- 8 - The compact disc is introduced for recorded music.
1983/--/-- 8 - U.S. forces invade Grenada to protect U.S. lives after a military coup on the island.
1983/--/-- 8 - Yitzhak Shamir succeeds Menachem Begin as prime minister of Israel.
1983/03/08 8 *** Booher, Jarred Allen [2nd cousin] - Born to Booher, Nicholas and Payne, Kimberly
1983/10/-- 8 - World Series NL PHILADELPHIA (1) AL BALTIMORE (4)
1983/10/25 8 - U.S. invades Caribbean island of Grenada after a coup by Marxist faction in the government.
1984/--/-- 9 - A toxic gas leak kills 2,000 and affects an estimated 150,000 in Bhopal, India.
1984/--/-- 9 - American pop singer Madonna releases her album Like a Virgin.
1984/--/-- 9 - American track athlete Carl Lewis wins four gold medals at the Los Angeles Olympics.
1984/--/-- 9 - Brian Mulroney succeeds John Turner as prime minister of Canada.
1984/--/-- 9 - Britain and China sign a treaty for the return of Hong Kong to China in 1997.
1984/--/-- 9 - Britain grants independence to Brunei.
1984/--/-- 9 - British prime minister Margaret Thatcher escapes injury in an IRA bomb attack.
1984/--/-- 9 - Comedian Eddie Murphy stars in the film Beverly Hills Cop.
1984/--/-- 9 - Congress forbids official U.S. aid for the anti-Sandinista contras in Nicaragua.
1984/--/-- 9 - Czech writer Milan Kundera publishes The Unbearable Lightness of Being.
1984/--/-- 9 - Geraldine Ferraro becomes the first woman vice-presidential candidate in the U.S.
1984/--/-- 9 - Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi is assassinated by Sikh extremists.
1984/--/-- 9 - Indian troops attack the Golden Temple at Amritsar to remove militant Sikhs.
1984/--/-- 9 - Rajiv Gandhi becomes prime minister of India.
1984/--/-- 9 - Rap music
1984/--/-- 9 - Rev. Desmond Tutu, opponent of apartheid, is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
1984/--/-- 9 - Rock singer Bob Geldof organizes Band Aid to raise funds for African famine victims.
1984/--/-- 9 - Sandinista leader Daniel Ortega Saavedra is elected president of Nicaragua.
1984/--/-- 9 - Shimon Peres succeeds Yitzhak Shamir as prime minister of Israel.
1984/--/-- 9 - Soviet leader Yuri Andropov dies; he is succeeded by Konstantin Chernenko.
1984/--/-- 9 - Space Shuttle astronauts test the manned maneuvering unit and move freely in space.
1984/09/03 9 *** Craig, Christopher Michael [1st cousin] - Born to Craig, Michael and Booher, Gail Lee
1984/10/-- 9 - World Series NL SAN DIEGO (1) AL DETROIT (4)
1985/--/-- 10 - Albanian premier Enver Hoxha dies; he is succeeded by Ramiz Alia.
1985/--/-- 10 - American film actor Rock Hudson dies from AIDS.
1985/--/-- 10 - American humorist and radio personality Garison Keillor publishes Lake Wobegon Days.
1985/--/-- 10 - American rock singer Tina Turner wins three Grammy Awards.
1985/--/-- 10 - Baseball player Pete Rose beats Ty Cobb's 57-year-old record of 4,191 base hits.
1985/--/-- 10 - Boxer Michael Spinks defeats Larry Holmes for the heavyweight championship.
1985/--/-- 10 - Clint Eastwood directs and stars in the Western film Pale Rider.
1985/--/-- 10 - French agents sink the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior in New Zealand.
1985/--/-- 10 - Gorbachev unravels Soviet system
1985/--/-- 10 - Jose de Sarney becomes the first civilian president of Brazil in 21 years.
1985/--/-- 10 - Julius Nyerere is succeeded as president of Tanzania by Ali Hassan Mwinyi.
1985/--/-- 10 - Maj.-Gen. Mohammed Buhari is ousted in a bloodless coup in Nigeria.
1985/--/-- 10 - Mexico City is heavily damaged by an earthquake.
1985/--/-- 10 - Middleweight champion Marvin Hagler defends his title against Thomas "Hit Man" Hearns.
1985/--/-- 10 - Palestinian terrorists hijack the Italian liner Achille Lauro.
1985/--/-- 10 - Premier Gorbachev initiates glasnost (openness) and perestroika (restructuring).
1985/--/-- 10 - President Milton Obote is ousted in a military coup in Uganda.
1985/--/-- 10 - President Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev hold their first summit meeting.
1985/--/-- 10 - President Reagan is inaugurated for his second term of office.
1985/--/-- 10 - Robert Redford and Meryl Streep star in the film Out of Africa.
1985/--/-- 10 - Running back Walter Payton sets an all-time NFL record for rushes of 14,860 yards.
1985/--/-- 10 - Shiite Muslim terrorists hijack a TWA Boeing 727 jet to Beirut.
1985/--/-- 10 - Soviet premier Konstantin Chernenko dies; he is succeeded by Mikhail Gorbachev.
1985/--/-- 10 - Sudanese prime minister Gaafar al-Nimeiry is ousted in a military coup.
1985/--/-- 10 - The North American Soccer League (NASL) suspends operations.
1985/--/-- 10 - World chess champion Anatoly Karpov is defeated by 21-year-old Gary Kasparov.
1985/01/21 10 - Reagan's second inauguration.
1985/10/-- 10 - World Series NL ST. LOUIS (3) AL KANSAS CITY (4)
1986/--/-- 11 - A hole in the ozone layer is detected over Antarctica.
1986/--/-- 11 - A major nuclear-reactor disaster takes place at Chernobyl in the Soviet Union.
1986/--/-- 11 - Benazir Bhutto, daughter of hanged premier Ali Bhutto, is jailed in Pakistan.
1986/--/-- 11 - Boxer Mike Tyson wins his first world heavyweight title.
1986/--/-- 11 - Civil war breaks out in Yemen (Aden).
1986/--/-- 11 - Comedian and filmmaker Woody Allen directs Hannah and Her Sisters.
1986/--/-- 11 - Corazon Aquino is elected president of the Philippines; Ferdinand Marcos is exiled.
1986/--/-- 11 - Cyclist Greg LeMond becomes the first American to win the Tour de France.
1986/--/-- 11 - Czech tennis player Ivan Lendl wins the French Open and U.S. Open tournaments.
1986/--/-- 11 - Filmmaker Oliver Stone directs the Vietnam War film Platoon.
1986/--/-- 11 - Golfer Jack Nicklaus at age 46 becomes the oldest man ever to win the U.S. Open.
1986/--/-- 11 - Ice hockey player Wayne Gretzky raises the season point record to 215.
1986/--/-- 11 - Nigerian poet and playwright Wole Soyinka wins the Nobel Prize for literature.
1986/--/-- 11 - President Francois Mitterrand appoints Jacques Chirac prime minister of France.
1986/--/-- 11 - President Jean Claude Duvalier of Haiti goes into exile.
1986/--/-- 11 - Sayid Mohammad Najibullah replaces Marxist president Babrak Karmal in Afghanistan.
1986/--/-- 11 - Select committees are established to investigate the Iran-Contra Affair.
1986/--/-- 11 - Singer-actress Bette Midler stars in Down and Out in Beverly Hills.
1986/--/-- 11 - Swedish prime minister Olof Palme is assassinated.
1986/--/-- 11 - The European Space Agency's Giotto spacecraft passes within 335 miles of Halley's comet.
1986/--/-- 11 - The Food and Drug Administration approve the commercial use of the drug interferon.
1986/--/-- 11 - The Soviet Union launches the first Mir space station.
1986/--/-- 11 - The Space Shuttle Challenger explodes after launch, killing the crew of seven.
1986/--/-- 11 - The ultralight Voyager aircraft flies around the world nonstop in 9 days.
1986/--/-- 11 - U.S. aircraft attack military and terrorist related targets in Libya.
1986/--/-- 11 - Voyager 2 spacecraft makes a rendezvous with the planet Uranus.
1986/--/-- 11 - Yitzak Shamir succeeds Shimon Peres as prime minister of Israel.
1986/01/28 11 - Space shuttle Challenger explodes 73 seconds after liftoff, killing all seven crew members. It is the worst accident in the history of the U.S. space program.
1986/04/14 11 - U.S. bombs military bases in Libya in effort to deter terrorist strikes on American targets.
1986/10/-- 11 - World Series NL NEW YORK (4) AL BOSTON (3)
1986/11/-- 11 - Iran-Contra scandal breaks when White House is forced to reveal secret arms-for-hostages deals.
1987/--/-- 12 - A Wall Street stock market crisis spreads to Tokyo and London.
1987/--/-- 12 - American author Tom Wolfe publishes the satirical novel The Bonfire of the Vanities.
1987/--/-- 12 - Basketball player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar passes Wilt Chamberlain's points record.
1987/--/-- 12 - Bettino Craxi resigns; Giovanni Goria becomes prime minister of Italy.
1987/--/-- 12 - Colonel Oliver North testifies at the Iran-Contra Affair hearings.
1987/--/-- 12 - Congress holds public hearings in Iran-Contra investigation.
1987/--/-- 12 - East German leader Erich Honecker makes his first visit to West Germany.
1987/--/-- 12 - Filmmaker Brian De Palma directs The Untouchables.
1987/--/-- 12 - Gary Hart ends his Presidential campaign after allegations of sexual impropriety.
1987/--/-- 12 - Libya suffers a military defeat in Chad.
1987/--/-- 12 - More than 400 die in clashes between Iranian pilgrims and Saudi police at Mecca.
1987/--/-- 12 - Ozone "hole" found over Antartica
1987/--/-- 12 - Takeshita Noburu succeeds Nakasone Yasuhiro as the Japanese premier.
1987/--/-- 12 - The U.S. frigate Stark is hit by an Iraqi missile in the Persian Gulf.
1987/--/-- 12 - West Bank Palestinians launch an intifadah (uprising) against the Israeli occupation.
1987/--/-- 12 - Writer Gore Vidal publishes Empire, a novel of 19th-century U.S. politics.
1987/06/12 12 - In a speech in Berlin, President Reagan challenges Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this wall" and open Eastern Europe to political and
economic reform.
1987/10/-- 12 - World Series NL ST. LOUIS (3) AL MINNESOTA (4)
1987/12/08 13 - Reagan and Gorbachev sign INF treaty, the first arms-control agreement to reduce the superpowers' nuclear weapons.
1988/--/-- 13 - A cease-fire is declared in the war between Iran and Iraq.
1988/--/-- 13 - Armenia is hit by a severe earthquake, killing tens of thousands.
1988/--/-- 13 - Australia celebrates its Bicentennial.
1988/--/-- 13 - Austrian president Kurt Waldheim is exonerated of involvement in war crimes.
1988/--/-- 13 - Benazir Bhutto is elected prime minister of Pakistan.
1988/--/-- 13 - Carlos Salinas de Gortari is elected president of Mexico.
1988/--/-- 13 - Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez publishes Love in the Time of Cholera.
1988/--/-- 13 - Dennis Connor skippers a U.S. catamaran to beat New Zealand in the America's Cup.
1988/--/-- 13 - Details of the U.S. Stealth bomber are released for the first time.
1988/--/-- 13 - Discovery becomes the first Space Shuttle to be launched after the Challenger disaster.
1988/--/-- 13 - Dustin Hoffman stars in the Academy Award winning film Rain Man.
1988/--/-- 13 - Egyptian writer Naguib Mahfouz wins the Nobel Prize for literature.
1988/--/-- 13 - German tennis player Boris Becker leads West Germany to victory in the Davis Cup.
1988/--/-- 13 - German tennis player Steffi Graf becomes the 3rd woman to win the Grand Slam.
1988/--/-- 13 - Hungarian leader Janos Kadar is removed from power; Karoly Grosz assumes his post.
1988/--/-- 13 - Indian-born writer Salman Rushdie publishes The Satanic Verses.
1988/--/-- 13 - Jesse Jackson fails in a second attempt to win the Democratic presidential nomination.
1988/--/-- 13 - Lee Teng-hui succeeds Chiang Ching-kuo as president of Taiwan.
1988/--/-- 13 - Military leaders seize control in Haiti after elections are held.
1988/--/-- 13 - Military leaders seize power in Burma (Myanmar).
1988/--/-- 13 - Nationalist uprisings breakout in the Soviet republic of Armenia.
1988/--/-- 13 - Pakistani leader Gen. Muhammed Zia ul-Haq is killed in a plane crash.
1988/--/-- 13 - Roh Tae Woo succeeds Chun Doo Hwan as president of South Korea.
1988/--/-- 13 - South African leader Nelson Mandela is removed from prison for hospital treatment.
1988/--/-- 13 - Sprinter Ben Johnson is stripped of his Olympic gold medal after a drug test.
1988/--/-- 13 - Steven Spielberg produces the innovative animated film Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
1988/--/-- 13 - Television evangelist Jim Bakker is convicted of fraud and conspiracy.
1988/--/-- 13 - The Geneva Accords set the timetable for Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan.
1988/--/-- 13 - The Iraqis are accused of using chemical weapons against the Kurds.
1988/--/-- 13 - The U.S. cruiser Vincennes accidentally shoots downs an Iranian airliner.
1988/--/-- 13 - The U.S. indict Panamanian dictator Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega for drug offenses.
1988/--/-- 13 - Vietnam announces it will withdraw all its forces from Kampuchea.
1988/10/-- 13 - World Series NL LOS ANGELES (4) AL OAKLAND (1)
1989/--/-- 14 - Akihito succeeds his father Hirohito as emperor of Japan.
1989/--/-- 14 - Allegations of financial impropriety force Japanese premier Noboru to resign.
1989/--/-- 14 - American Anne Tyler wins the Pulitzer Prize for her novel Breathing Lessons.
1989/--/-- 14 - Ayatollah Khomeini dies in Iran; Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani becomes president.
1989/--/-- 14 - British author V.S. Pritchett publishes A Careless Widow and Other Stories.
1989/--/-- 14 - Bulgarian premier Todor Zhivkov resigns; he is succeeded by Petar Mladenov.
1989/--/-- 14 - Bush is inaugurated as the 41st U.S. president; Quayle becomes vice-president.
1989/--/-- 14 - Carlos Saul Menem succeeds Raul Alfonsin as president of Argentina.
1989/--/-- 14 - Demonstrations in East Germany lead to the demolition of the Berlin Wall.
1989/--/-- 14 - F. W. de Klerk succeeds P.W. Botha as president of South Africa.
1989/--/-- 14 - Gen. Alfredo Stroessner is ousted; Andres Rodriguez becomes president of Paraguay.
1989/--/-- 14 - George H. W. Bush (Republican) becomes president of the United States
1989/--/-- 14 - Greek prime minister Andreas Papandreou is succeeded by Tzinnis Tzannetakis.
1989/--/-- 14 - Hu Yao-pang's death in China sparks public rallies demanding social changes.
1989/--/-- 14 - Hundreds of demonstrators are killed by troops in Peking's T'ien-an-Men Square.
1989/--/-- 14 - Hungary elects to become a multiparty democracy.
1989/--/-- 14 - Jack Nicholson and Michael Keaton star in the film Batman.
1989/--/-- 14 - Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi signs a peace treaty with Chad.
1989/--/-- 14 - Playwright Vaclav Havel becomes the president of Czechoslovakia.
1989/--/-- 14 - Romanian president Nicolae Ceausescu is deposed and killed.
1989/--/-- 14 - San Francisco's Marina district is damaged by a severe earthquake.
1989/--/-- 14 - Solidarity candidates win a majority in the first free elections in Poland since 1946.
1989/--/-- 14 - Soviet forces complete their withdrawal from Afghanistan; the civil war continues.
1989/--/-- 14 - The Burmese government changes the country's name to Myanmar.
1989/--/-- 14 - The Satanic Verses is condemned by Muslims; Salman Rushdie goes into hiding.
1989/--/-- 14 - The communist government of Milos Jakes resigns in Czechoslovakia.
1989/--/-- 14 - U.S. forces invade Panama; General Noriega surrenders and is held on drug charges.
1989/--/-- 14 - U.S.S.R dissolves into republics; Cold War over
1989/--/-- 14 - V.P. Singh succeeds Rajiv Gandhi as prime minister of India.
1989/--/-- 14 - Voyager 2 spacecraft tramsmits pictures to the U.S. of the planet Neptune.
1989/--/-- 14 - World cable markets deregulated; Hollywood gains world film market
1989/01/20 14 - George H. W. Bush is inaugurated as the 41st president.
1989/03/24 14 - Oil tanker Exxon Valdez runs aground in Prince William Sound, spilling more than 10 million gallons of oil (March 24). It is the largest oil spill in U.S.
history.
1989/08/09 14 - President Bush signs legislation to provide for federal bailout of nearly 800 insolvent savings and loan institutions.
1989/10/-- 14 - World Series NL SAN FRANCISCO (0) AL OAKLAND (4)
1989/12/20 15 - U.S. forces invade Panama in an attempt to capture Gen. Manuel Noriega, who previously had been indicted in the U.S. on drug trafficking charges.
1990/--/-- 15 - A mirror in the Hubble Space Telescope is found to be flawed shortly after deployment.
1990/--/-- 15 - Actress Jessica Tandy wins the Academy Award for her role in Driving Miss Daisy.
1990/--/-- 15 - American novelist Thomas Pynchon publishes Vineland.
1990/--/-- 15 - Basketball player Earvin "Magic" Johnson wins the MVP award for the third time.
1990/--/-- 15 - Basketball player Michael Jordan leads the NBA in scoring for the fourth consecutive year.
1990/--/-- 15 - Book retail chains abound
1990/--/-- 15 - Boris Yeltsin becomes president of the Russian Republic.
1990/--/-- 15 - British prime minister Margaret Thatcher resigns; she is succeeded by John Major.
1990/--/-- 15 - Chad president Hissene Habre is deposed by rebel forces led by Idris Deby.
1990/--/-- 15 - David Dinkins succeeds Ed Koch as mayor of New York City.
1990/--/-- 15 - East and West Germany are reunited; Helmut Kohl becomes chancellor of a united Germany.
1990/--/-- 15 - Fernando Affonso Collor de Mello succeeds Jose Sarney as president of Brazil.
1990/--/-- 15 - I.M. Pei's 70-story Bank of China headquarters is built in Hong Kong.
1990/--/-- 15 - Indian prime minister V.P. Singh resigns; he is succeeded by Chandra Shekhar.
1990/--/-- 15 - Iraq invades Kuwait, beginning the Persian Gulf War.
1990/--/-- 15 - John Updike publishes Rabbit at Rest, the fourth and last of his Rabbit novels.
1990/--/-- 15 - Lech Walesa wins the first direct presidential elections in Poland's history
1990/--/-- 15 - Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia declare their independence from the Soviet Union.
1990/--/-- 15 - Namibia becomes independent from South Africa with Sam Nujoma as president.
1990/--/-- 15 - Pakistani president Ghulam Ishaq Khan dismisses prime minister Benazir Bhutto.
1990/--/-- 15 - President Patricio Aylwin succeeds Gen. Pinochet , ending 16 years of military rule in Chile.
1990/--/-- 15 - President Samuel Doe is killed during a military rebellion in Liberia.
1990/--/-- 15 - Slovenia and Croatia vote non-Communist governments into power in Yugoslavia.
1990/--/-- 15 - South Africa accepts racial equality
1990/--/-- 15 - South African president F.W. De Klerk releases Nelson Mandela; the ban on the ANC ends.
1990/--/-- 15 - Soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze resigns from office.
1990/--/-- 15 - Student riots in Tirane lead to the formation of Albania's first opposition party since 1946.
1990/--/-- 15 - Syrian-backed forces defeat General Aoun's Christian militia in Lebanon.
1990/--/-- 15 - The UN authorizes an economic blockade of Iraq.
1990/--/-- 15 - U.S.-led coalition forces begin Operation Desert Shield to protect Saudi Arabia from Iraq.
1990/--/-- 15 - Violeta Barrios de Chamorro succeeds Daniel Ortega as president of Nicaragua.
1990/--/-- 15 - Warren Beatty directs, produces and plays the lead role in the film Dick Tracy.
1990/--/-- 15 - Yemen (Aden) and Yemen (Sana) unite as the Yemen Republic.
1990/08/02 15 - Iraqi troops invade Kuwait, leading to the Persian Gulf War.
1990/10/-- 15 - World Series NL CINCINNATI (4) AL OAKLAND (0)
1991/--/-- 16 - Gulf War is first U.S. reduction of a regional power
1991/--/-- 16 - Japan is world's largest automaker
1991/01/16 16 - Persian Gulf War: U.S. leads international coalition in military operation (code named "Desert Storm") to drive Iraqis out of Kuwait (Jan. 16-Feb. 28).
1991/04/06 16 - Iraq accepts terms of UN ceasefire, marking an end of the war.
1991/07/31 16 - U.S. and Soviet Union sign START I treaty, agreeing to further reduce strategic nuclear arms.
1991/10/-- 16 - World Series NL ATLANTA (3) AL MINNESOTA (4)
1991/10/11 16 - Senate Judiciary Committee conducts televised hearings to investigate allegations of past sexual harassment brought against Supreme Court nominee Clar
Thomas by Anita Hill, a law professor at the University of Oklahoma.
1992/--/-- 17 - NAFTA formed
1992/--/-- 17 - Yugoslavia breaks up; Serbia contained
1992/02/01 17 - Following the breakup of the Soviet Union in Dec. 1991, President Bush and Russian president Boris Yeltsin meet at Camp David and formally declare an end
to the cold war.
1992/04/29 17 - The acquittal of four white police officers charged in the 1991 beating of black motorist Rodney King in Los Angeles sets off several days of rioting,
leading to more than 50 deaths, thousands of injuries and arrests, and $1 billion in property damage.
1992/10/-- 17 - World Series NL ATLANTA (2) AL TORONTO (4)
1992/12/-- 17 - President Bush authorizes sending U.S. troops to Somalia as part of UN relief effort.
1992/12/24 18 - President Bush grants pardons to six officials convicted or indicted in the Iran-Contra scandal, leading some to suspect a cover-up.
1993/--/-- 18 - Internet expands with World Wide Web
1993/--/-- 18 - Steven Spielberg "Schindler's List"
1993/--/-- 18 - William Jefferson Clinton (Democrat) becomes president of the United States
1993/01/20 18 - Bill Clinton is inaugurated as the 42nd president.
1993/02/26 18 - Bomb explodes in basement garage of World Trade Center, killing 6, injuring 1,000, and causing more than $500 million in damage.
1993/04/19 18 - After 51-day standoff with federal agents, Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Tex., burns to the ground, killing 80 cult members.
1993/06/26 18 - President Clinton orders missile attack against Iraq in retaliation for alleged plot to assassinate former President Bush.
1993/10/-- 18 - World Series NL PHILADELPHIA (2) AL TORONTO (4)
1993/10/03 18 - Eighteen U.S. soldiers are killed in ambush by Somali militiamen in Mogadishu.
1993/12/08 19 - President Clinton signs North American Free Trade Agreement into law.
1994/05/06 19 - Paula Jones, a former Arkansas state employee, files a federal lawsuit against President Clinton for sexual harassment.
1994/10/-- 19 - World Series NL NO WORLD SERIES AL NO WORLD SERIES
1995/04/19 20 - Bombing of federal office building in Oklahoma City kills 168 people.
1995/07/11 20 - U.S. establishes full diplomatic relations with Vietnam.
1995/10/-- 20 - World Series NL ATLANTA (4) AL CLEVELAND (2)
1995/12/-- 20 - President Clinton sends first 8,000 of 20,000 U.S. troops to Bosnia for 12-month peacekeeping mission.
1995/12/16 21 - Budget standoff between President Clinton and Congress results in partial shutdown of U.S. government.
1996/--/-- 21 - Welfare reform
1996/10/-- 21 - World Series NL ATLANTA (2) AL NEW YORK (4)
1997/--/-- 22 - NASA spacecraft lands on Mars
1997/--/-- 22 - Robust economy creates longest prosperity in U.S. history
1997/01/20 22 - Clinton's second inauguration (Jan. 20).
1997/10/-- 22 - World Series NL FLORIDA (4) AL CLEVELAND (3)
1998/--/-- 23 - International Space Station begins construction
1998/01/17 23 - President Clinton denies having had a sexual relationship with a White House intern named Monica Lewinsky.
1998/02/02 23 - President Clinton releases 1999 federal budget plan; it is the first balanced budget since 1969.
1998/08/17 23 - In televised address, President Clinton admits having had a sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
1998/08/20 23 - U.S. launches missile attacks on targets in Sudan and Afghanistan following terrorist attacks on U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
1998/10/-- 23 - World Series NL SAN DIEGO (0) AL NEW YORK (4)
1998/12/16 24 - U.S. and Britain launch air strikes against weapons sites in Iraq.
1998/12/19 24 - House of Representatives votes to impeach President Clinton on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice.
1999/--/-- 24 - Budget goes into surplus
1999/02/12 24 - Senate acquits Clinton of impeachment charges.
1999/03/24 24 - NATO wages air campaign against Yugoslavia over killing and deportation of ethnic Albanians in Kosovo.
1999/04/20 24 - School shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., leaves 14 students (including the 2 shooters) and 1 teacher dead and 23 others wounded.
1999/10/-- 24 - World Series NL ATLANTA (0) AL NEW YORK (4)
1999/11/15 24 - U.S. and China sign historic trade agreement.
2000/--/-- 25 - Animals cloned
2000/--/-- 25 - China emerges as economic giant
2000/--/-- 25 - Oceans warming and rising
2000/--/-- 25 - US television increasingly morbid
2000/04/01 25 - According to the census, the nation's population numbers more than 280 million.
2000/10/-- 25 - World Series NL NEW YORK (1) AL NEW YORK (4)
2000/11/07 25 - No clear winner is declared in the close presidential election contest between Vice President Al Gore and Texas governor George W. Bush.
2000/12/12 26 - More than a month after the presidential election, the U.S. Supreme Court rules against a manual recount of ballots in certain Florida counties, which it
contends would violate the Constitution's equal protection and due process guarantees. The decision provokes enormous controversy, with critics maintaining
that the court has in effect determined the outcome of the election.
2000/12/13 26 - Bush formally accepts the presidency, having won a slim majority in the electoral college but not a majority of the popular vote.
2001/--/-- 26 - 9/11 terror attack alerts America
2001/--/-- 26 - George W. Bush (Republican) becomes president of the United States
2001/--/-- 26 - Taliban removed
2001/01/20 26 - George W. Bush is inaugurated as the 43rd president.
2001/09/11 26 - Two hijacked jetliners ram twin towers of World Trade Center in worst terrorist attack against U.S.; a third hijacked plane flies into the Pentagon, a
fourth crashes in rural Pennsylvania. More than 3,000 people die in the attacks.
2001/10/-- 26 - World Series NL ARIZONA (4) AL NEW YORK (3)
2001/10/07 26 - U.S. and Britain launch air attacks against targets in Afghanistan after Taliban government fails to hand over Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden, the
suspected mastermind behind the Sept. 11 attacks.
2001/12/09 27 - Following air campaign and ground assault by Afghani opposition troops, the Taliban regime topples; however, the hunt for bin Laden and other members of
al-Qaeda terrorist organization continues.
2002/01/29 27 - In his first State of the Union address, President Bush labels Iran, Iraq, and North Korea an "axis of evil" and declares that U.S. will wage war against
states that develop weapons of mass destruction.
2002/10/-- 27 - World Series NL SAN FRANCISCO (3) AL ANAHEIM (4)
2002/11/25 27 - President Bush signs legislation creating a new cabinet department of Homeland Security.
2003/--/-- 28 - Iraq War
2003/--/-- 28 - Mathew Barney finishes "The Cremaster Cycle"
2003/02/01 28 - Space shuttle Columbia explodes upon reentry into Earth's atmosphere, killing all seven astronauts on board.
2003/03/19 28 - War waged by the U.S. and Britain against Iraq begins.
2003/05/28 28 - President Bush signs $350 billion tax-cut bill.
2003/10/-- 28 - World Series NL FLORIDA (4) AL NEW YORK (2)
2004/06/28 29 - The U.S. returns sovereignty to an interim government in Iraq, but maintains roughly 135,000 troops in the country to fight a growing insurgency.
2004/08/-- 29 - Four hurricanes devastate Florida and other parts of the southern United States.
2004/10/-- 29 - World Series NL ST. LOUIS (0) AL BOSTON (4)
2005/--/-- 30 - The U.S. engagement in Iraq continues amid that country's escalating violence and fragile political stability.
2005/--/-- 30 - US labor squeezed by global forces
2005/08/29 30 - Hurricane Katrina wreaks catastrophic damage on Mississippi and Louisiana; 80% of New Orleans is flooded. All levels of government are criticized for the
delayed and inadequate response to the disaster.
2005/10/-- 30 - World Series NL HOUSTON (0) AL CHICAGO (4)
2006/10/-- 31 - World Series NL ST. LOUIS (4) AL DETROIT (1)
2006/10/17 31 - The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that the population of the United States has reached 300 million.
2007/01/04 32 - California Democrat Nancy Pelosi becomes the first woman Speaker of the House of Representatives.
2007/03/13 32 - Attorney General Alberto Gonzales admits that the Justice Department made mistakes and exercised poor judgment in firing nine federal prosecutors in late
2007/04/16 32 - Male student kills two in a Virginia Tech dorm. Two hours later, he kills 30 more in a classroom building before committing suicide. The shooting rampage
is the most deadly in U.S. history. Fifteen others are wounded.
2007/07/24 32 - The minimum wage in the U.S. increases to $5.85, up from $5.15. It's the first increase in 10 years. The wage will increase 70 cents each year through
2009, when it reaches $7.25 an hour.
2007/08/01 32 - An eight-lane interstate bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota, that is packed with cars breaks into sections and falls into the river, killing 13 people.
2007/08/27 32 - The White House announces that Alberto Gonzales, the beleaguered attorney general, has submitted his resignation to President Bush.
2007/09/10 32 - In highly anticipated testimony, Gen. David Petraeus tells members of the House Foreign Affairs and Armed Services committees that the U.S. military needs
more time to meet its goals in Iraq. Petraeus rejects suggestions that the U.S. shift from a counterinsurgency operation to training Iraqi forces and
fighting terrorists. Instead, he says the U.S. must continue all three missions.
2007/10/-- 32 - World Series NL COLORADO (0) AL BOSTON (4)
2008/06/03 33 - After months of campaigning and primary races, Barack Obama and John McCain are finally chosen as the presidential nominees for the Democratic and
Republican parties, respectively.
2008/09/-- 33 - After months of unraveling, the economy finally comes crashing down in 2008, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbling 4.4% in one day, Lehman
Brothers filing for bankruptcy, and Bush putting mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac under government conservatorship.
2008/11/04 33 - Democrats perform well across the board in the November elections. Barack Obama becomes the first African-American to be elected President, with 52.8% of
the vote. In Congress, Democrats retain majorities in both the House and the Senate, with 57 Senators and 178 Representatives.
2009/01/20 34 - Barack Obama is inaugurated as the 44rd president of the United States.

In 1974 Transportation was by:
          Foot
          Bicycle
          Train
          Car & Bus
          Diesel ship
          Propeller airplane
          Helicopter
          Jet
          nuclear ship
          Space travel

In 1974 Communications was by:
          Word of Mouth
          Post Office
          Telephone
By 2016 Communications was by:
          FAX
          E-Mail
          IM, text message
          Facebook, Twitter
in addition.
By 2016 Communications by:
          Post Office
          FAX
had been discontinued.

In 1974 Food Preparation was by:
          Gas
          Electric
          Refrigeration
          Dish washer
          Garbage Disposal

In 1974 Entertainment was by:
          Social Intercourse
          Organized Sports
          Travel
          Professional Sports
          Movies
          Radio
          Television
          Theme parks
          Computer

In 1974 Health Care was by:
          Operations
          Anesthetic
          X-Rays
          MRI

In 1974 War Making was by:
          gun
          Artillery
          Machine guns
          Assault rifle
          tank
          Submarine
          Iron Clad ships
          TNT
          Mines
          Chemical agents
          Biological agents
          Aeroplane
          Helicopter
          Missiles
          Atomic Bomb
          Satellites
By 2016 War Making was by:
          Drones
in addition.

In 1974 Navigation was by:
          Stars & Maps
          Compass
          Radio Signals
          Radar
By 2016 Navigation was by:
          Global Positioning
in addition.

from the SFHR database of Duane Bristow 02-04-2016 10:05:14


Index

Family and Social Relations

of Booher, Brian 1974/12/05

Index

Last revised 02/04/16.