Check out what happened in history on this day, who was born and much more!

AFRICA
2007 (Malawi) – Malawi Garnet Halliday (50), a senior Australian mining executive in charge of the development of a new uranium mine, died with his pilot when his chartered light aircraft crashed.

THE WORLD
1855 – The first train crosses Niagara falls on a suspension bridge.
1904 –  The Bundestag in Germany lift the ban on the Jesuit order of priest.
1880 – President Rutherford B. Hayes declares that the United States will have Jurisdiction over any canal but across the Isthmus of Panama.

FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS
1783 – Hannah Hoes Van Buren, wife of Martin Van Buren.
1799 –  Simon Cameron, political boss.
1804 – Alvan Clark, telescope manufacturer.
1851 – Oliver Wender Holmes, Jr, U.S. Supreme Court Justice.

FAMOUS FOOTBALLER BIRTHDAYS
1967 – John Harkes

INTERNATIONAL DAY
International Women’s Day

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