Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Todays day in history

so if you have an example of something cool that happened today, i'm all ears cause i dont.

1 comment:

  1. Sorry I didn't get this sent on the 5th, but here is some things that happened on the 5th of May in History.

    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.

    Napoleon Bonaparte died on the island of St. Helena.

    Carnegie Hall (then known as Music Hall) opened in New York City. Peter Tchaikovsky was the guest conductor.

    John Scopes was arrested in Tennessee for teaching Darwinism.

    Alan Shepard became the first American in space.

    Bobby Sands of the Irish Republican Army died in a prison hospital on the 66th day of his hunger strike.

    Pablo Picasso's "Boy with a Pipe" became the most expensive painting ever sold.