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This Date in History Calendar- January 27

In environment, Foreign Affairs, History, Native Americans, Vietnam War, World War II on January 27, 2008 by Editor Z

U.S Congress approves the Indian Teritory in 1825, which soon leads to the brutal relocation campaign known as the “Trail of Tears”.

Courtesy: Hippy.com, wikipedia, History Channel

1785: The University of Georgia becomes the first public University in the U.S.

1825: U.S Congress makes a move that will lead to the savage forced movement of Cherokee Eastern Indians, in what becomes known as the “Trail of Tears”, when they vote to approve the Indian territory that will later become known as the state of Oklahoma.

1888: The National Geographic Society is established.

1944: During World War II, the Siege of Leningrad is lifted after two years.

1967: A number of nations such as the U.S, the United Kingdom, and the Soviet Union join with many other nations to halt the expansion of nuclear weapons into space with the signing of the “Outer Space Treaty”.

1973: A painful war draws to an end for the U.S with the signing of the Paris Peace Accords.

1973: U.S Colonel William Nolde becomes the last recorded combat U.S casualty of the Vietnam War.


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