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Thank you for dining at and -- -- for another segment and this week in history I'm Caitlin that's.
And that embryonic Jones let's take a look at past events that made -- July 16 1951.
To 80000 is only novel catcher in the -- published.
The books at the literary world by storm and is still not most high school English classes today.
Salinger died in his New Hampshire home in 2010 the agent ninety.
July 17 1950 -- -- the place where dreams come true Walt Disney's Disneyland opened on this day in California.
This seventeen million dollar project was built on 160.
Acres of land -- Anaheim -- -- as orange cards.
Work on Orlando Florida's Disney World began one year before -- stats in 1966.
July 18 Franklin Delano Roosevelt became the first president nominated for a third term on this day in 1940.
Roosevelt became the 32 president of the United States for his first -- in nineteen their entry would eventually served four -- in total.
President Roosevelt died before his -- -- was leaving vice president Harry S Truman.
July 19 1848 marked the beginning of the women's rights movement with the Seneca falls convention.
Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Katy Stanton organized more than 600 women -- -- and trapped the document the clang women's rights.
After years of struggle women were granted the right to that in nineteen it's 1800 in nineteen and that -- The statement one small step for man one giant leap for mankind -- astronaut Neil iron on the place in American history with his walk on the moon.
On July 20 1960.
A lunar module named Michael carried Armstrong -- this.
-- that -- the US Marines.
The Apollo program began president Kennedy's race to space against the -- -- Thanks for watching this -- history -- embryonic Jones.
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