March 25 holidays in 2021
National Lobster Newburg Day
National Medal of Honor Day
National Tolkien Reading Day
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March 25 2022 holidays
Historical Events on March 25
While engaged in combat in France, Richard I is hit and wounded by a bolt from a crossbow. This would lead to his eventual death in 12-days.
In Scotland, Robert the Bruce becomes the King of Scots.
A patent authorizes the colonization of Virginia is granted to Sir Walter Raleigh on this day.
The satellite of Saturn that would eventually be called Titan is discovered by Chistiaan Huygens.
A peace treaty known as The Treaty of Amiens is signed between the U.K and France.
The slave trade is abolished in the U.K when the Slave Trade Act is made into law.
When a pamphlet entitled “The Necessity of Atheism” is published by Percy Bysshe Shelley, the University of Oxford responds by expelling him from the school.
Fort Stedman is captured by Confederate forces in Virginia during the American Civil War.
Over a 110 people are killed in Centralia, Illinois when a coal mine explodes.
A tornado forecast successfully predicts that a tornado will hit Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma.
Allen Ginsberg’s poem “Howl” is seized by U.S Customs agent because it’s deemed as obscene.
Martin Luther King, Jr. and civil rights activists following him, return from a 4-day march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama.
The first operational Space Shuttle orbiter is sent to the John F. Kennedy Space Center to begin preparations for its first launch.
Famous Birthdays on March 25
American sculptor and designer of Mount Rushmore, Gutzon Borglum is born in
American race car driver, Horatio Nelson Jackson is born in
English author and poet, Mary Webb is born in
American actor Ed Begley is born in
English-American actress Binnie Barnes is born in
American singer-songwriter Aretha Franklin is born in
English singer-songwriter Elton John is born in
American actress Marcia Cross is born in
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