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Today In History
Here are some interesting facts ih history happened on 1 October.
- BC Alexander of Macedon defeats Persian army at Gaugamela
- Treaty with Winnebago Indians
- Maria Mitchell discovers a non-naked-eye comet
- 1st Hawaiian stamps issued
- 1st postcards are issued in Vienna
- Yosemite becomes a National Park
- Henry Huntington buys the LA Railway
- 1st Baseball World Series
- Jack Chesbro's final Yankee victory beats Walter Johnson 2-1
- Henry Ford introduces the Model T car
- Yanks lose game #100 enroute to a 50-102 season
- Yanks win their 1st pennant
- Babe Ruth's famous homerun called off of Cubs Charlie Root
- Germany annexes Sudetenland (1/3 of Czechoslovakia)
- Penn Turnpike pioneer toll thruway opened
- 1st jet propelled airplane tested
- Bob Feller 348th strikeout of the season
- 1st helicopter air mail & express service LA Ca
- People's Rep of China proclaimed (National Day)
- 1st treaty signed by woman ambassador - Eugenie Anderson
- 1st ultra high frequency (UHF) television station Portland Or
- Vanguard Project transferred from military to NASA
- Nigeria gains independence from Britain (National Day)
- Roger Maris sets record of 61 homers last off of Tracy Sallard
- The Lucy Show premiers
- US National Radio Astronomy Obs gets a 300' radio telescope
- Johnny Carson hosts his 1st Tonight Show
- SF cable cars declared a national landmark
- Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida opens
- Reunion Island no longer prints stamps France takes over production
- Yanks win 2nd consecutive AL East title
- Yanks lose 9-2 to Indians setting up a play off game with Red Sox
- US returns Canal Zone to Panama after 75 years (but not the canal)
- EPCOT Center opens