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Bulletin BoArd of the month

Celebrate School Libraries!

It is school library month and there are many events that could be highlighted on a bulletin board calendar and on the library website. events include: national library Week and national networking Week (april 8-14); Young People's Poetry Week (april 15-21); International children's Book Day (2nd); Paraprofessional appreciation Day (4th); national library Workers Day (10th); national Book mobile Day (11th); and national D.e.a.R. Day and support teen literature Day (12th). add pictures to support library snapshot Day (april 1-20) featuring students and teachers. Grades K-12.

School Library Month

School library month

http://www.ala.org/aasl/aaslissues/slm/ schoollibrary Watch for AASL/SchoolTube student video contest winners (You Belong @ Your School Library: http://www.ala.org/ aasl/aaslissues/slm/slmvideocontest) to be announced April 17th. Have students create videos locally for their school library. Grades K-12.

National Autism Awareness Month

Work with classroom teachers to introduce, expose, and excite students about poetry reading and writing. make connections with Young People's Poetry Week (april 15-21), national Haiku Poetry Day (april 17), and a Poem in Your Pocket Day (april 26). Grades K-12.

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National Library Workers Day

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Take a Hike Book Club 3 PM

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National Drop Shhh! Everything I'm Reading! and Read 3:30 PM Day

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National Card and Letter Writing Month National Child Abuse Prevention Month National Donate Life Month

http://www.preventchildabuse.org U.s. Department of Health and Human services; http://www.organdonor.gov/materialsntlevents. asp World laughter tour; http://www.humormonth. com Kite trade association International; http://www. nationalkitemonth.org http://www.asla.org/lamonth

autism society; http://www.autism-society.org

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Shhh! Poetry Library National I'm Reading! Haiku Poetry Volunteers Contest 3:30 PM Day Party - 3 PM entries due

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Family Readover Night 6:30 PM-9:00 AM

National Arbor Day

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National Sexual Assault Awareness Month National STD Awareness Month

national sexual violence Resource center; http:// www.nsvrc.org/saam centers for Disease control and Prevention; http://www.cdc.gov/std/sam/default.htm national Youth sports safety Foundation; http:// www.nyssf.org Pet tech; http://www.pettech.net asPca; http://www.aspca.org http://www.stresscure.com

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National Humor Month National Kite Month

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National Library Week--April 8-14 National Volunteer Week--April 15-21 Young People's Poetry Week--April 15-21

National Youth Sports Safety Month Pet First Aid Awareness Month

Moon Phases

National Landscape Architecture Month National Occupational Therapy Month National Poetry Month

April Flower: Daisy or Sweet Pea April Birthstone: Diamond Alcohol Awareness Month Cancer Control Month

moon ­ april 6 Full Quarter ­ april 13 last new moon ­ april 21 Quarter ­ april 29 First

Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month Stress Awareness Month

The american Occupational Therapy association; http://www.aota.org academy of american Poets; http://www.poets. org; http://www.poets.org/page.php/prmID/41

World Habitat Awareness Month

Pals Foundation; http://www.pals.r8.org

national council on alcoholism and Drug Dependence; http://www.ncadd.org american cancer society; http://www.cancer.org http://www.celebratediversitymonth.org

Celebrate Diversity Month

Child Abuse Prevention Month Defeat Diabetes Month

The national exchange club Foundation; http:// www.preventchildabuse.com http://www.defeatdiabetes.org http://www.smithsonianjazz.org

Jazz Appreciation Month

Library Snapshot Day (April 1-20)

National African-American Women's Fitness Month

http://www.sheilamadison.com

http://www.ala.org/librarysnapshotday Get the whole school involved in snapping pictures that can go on the library website and show what is happening with the school library program at your school. Have students write articles for the school newsletter or newspaper. Integrate the pictures into this month's bulletin board. Grades K-12.

http://www.miaeyc.org Provide lists of books for parents to read at home to their young children or invite preschool and primary classroom teachers into the library for time to look through books of interest to them. two new titles that are great for preschoolers are from Barron's: mix & match 123: a touch and trace counting Book and mix & match aBc: a touch and trace alphabet Book (Written by alice Proctor, Illus. by Jo Brown. 2012). Preschool-2.

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Holy Week (April 1-7) Explore Your Career Options Week (April 2-7) National Week of the Ocean (April 1-7) Testicular Cancer Awarness Week (April 1-7) Palm Sunday (April 1) International Children's Book Day Reconciliation Day United Nations World Autism Awareness Day Birthday of Charlemagne--742-814 Ponce de Leon Landed in Florida--1513 (Pascua Florida Day) Birthday of Giacomo Girolamo Casanova--1725-1798 U. S. Mint Established--1792 Birthday of Frederic Auguste Bertholdi-- 1834-1904 Richmond Bread Riot--1863 Birthday of Walter Chrysler--1875-1940 First Easter Egg Roll on White House Lawn--1877 First Moving Picture Theatre--1902

International Board of Books for Young People; http://www.usbby.org http://www.tcaw.org http://www.national-week-of-the-ocean.org medication safety Week (april 1-7) Women's Heart Foundation; http://www.womensheart.org

national fun at Work day

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Get school library month off to a good start! Invite teachers to find time for students to enjoy coming to the library and taking time to share favorite stories, poems, limericks, jokes, recipes, etc. take pictures for the library snapshot Day efforts. Grades K-12.

Woodrow Wilson Asked Congress to Declare War on Germany--1917 Birthday of Charles White--1918-1979 Bangladesh Tornados--1972 Argentina Seized Falkland Islands--1982 First American Circus--1793 Birthday of John Burroughs--1837-1921 Pony Express Established--1860 Fall of Richmond--1865 Birthday of Henry Robinson Luce--18981967 Birthday of Max Frankel--1930Birthday of Calvin Graham--1930-1992 Birthday of Helmut Kohl--1930Birthday of Jane Goodall--1934Isle Royale National Park Established-- 1940 African Americans Ruled Eligible to Vote by Supreme Court--1944 Juvenile Jury Premiered on Television--1947 Marshall Plan Signed--1948 First Woman Presided over Supreme Court--1995 Bonza Bottler Day Paraprofessional Appreciation Day United Nations: International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action Birthday of Dorothea Dix--1802-1887 U.S. Adopted Flag with 13 Stripes--1818 Birthday of Linus Yale--1821-1868 Birthday of Isoroku Yamamoto--18841942 First Woman Elected Mayor (Susanna Salter)--1887 Birthday of John Cameron Swayze-- 1906-1995 Birthday of Muddy Waters--1915-1983 Birthday of Elmer Bernstein--1922-2004 Birthday of Gil Hodges--1924-1972 Vitamin C Isolated--1932 Birthday of Angelo Bartlett Giamatti-- 1938-1989 Lady Be Good Lost--1943 North Atlantic Treaty Signed--1949 The Beatles Begin to Dominate Music

http://www.un.org

Charts--1964 Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.--1968 Smothers Brothers Show Cancelled--1969 STS-6 Launched--1983 China and Taiwan: Tomb Sweeping Day Maundy Thursday John Rolfe Married Pocahontas--1614 First U.S Chamber of Commerce Founded--1768 Birthday of Jules Dupre--1811-1889 Birthday of Joseph Lister--1827-1912 Birthday of Booker T. Washington-- 1856-1915 Birthday of Washington Atlee Burpee-- 1858-1915 Helen Keller's Miracle--1887 Interstate Commerce Act--1887 Gold Recalled by President Roosevelt-- 1933 Birthday of Colin Luther Powell--1937Birthday of Judith Resnik--1949-1986 Julius and Ethel Rosenberg Sentenced to Death for Spying--1951 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Became Highest Scorer in NBA--1984 La Belle Bombing--1986 Good Friday Passover (Begins at Sundown; April 7-14) Birthday of Raphael--1483-1520 U.S. Senate Formally Organized--1789 Founding of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints--1830 Battle of Shiloh--1862 Birthday of Rose Schneiderman--18821972 Birthday of Thomas Lowell--1892-1981 First Modern Olympics Held in Athens-- 1896 North Pole Discovered--1909 U.S. Entered WWI--1917 Birthday of Gerry Mulligan--1927-1996 Gandhi Makes Salt--1930 Scottsboro Trial--1931 Birthday of James Watson--1939First Tony Awards--1947 Plane Shot Down in Rwanda, Causing Ethnic War--1994

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It is the 50th anniversary of the decision by the Birmingham city commission to withhold the city's share of money that supplied food to the needy, 90% of whom were black. Have students investigate why this decision was made and what happened. Have students read "a letter from a Birmingham Jail" to better understand the black boycott. a book that will help students understand the civil Rights movement is to The mountaintop by charlayne HunterGault (Roaring Brook Press, 2012). Grades 9-12.

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APril 8-14

Easter (Sunday, April 8) Bat Appreciation Week (April 8-14) National Crime Victims' Rights Week (April 8-14) National Library Week (April 8-14)

Office of Justice Programs; http://ovc.ncjrs.gov/ ncvrw/ american library association; http://www.ala. org/nlw/ sponsored by ala, this year's theme is You Belong @ your library. Find ways to network with other librariams (national networking Week) and create a plan to show your patrons why they belong at the library (students, parents, teachers, administrators, others). Prof. Grades K-12.

National Library Workers Day Salvation Army Founder's Day Birthday of Hugo Grotius--1583-1645 Robert Gray (U. S.) Circumnavigated Earth--1790 Birthday of Matthew Perry--1794-1858 Birthday of Lew Wallace--1827-1905 Birthday of William Booth--1829-1912 Birthday of Joseph Pulitzer--1847-1911 American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Chartered--1866 Brahms's Requiem Premiered--1868 Birthday of Frances Perkins--1880-1965 Birthday of Mary Buff--1890-1970 First PGA Golf Championship--1916 Birthday of Robert Burns Woodward-- 1917-1979 Bataan Death March Began--1942 Odessa Retaken--1944 Liberation of Buchenwald Concentration Camp--1945 National Book Mobile Day Birthday of Gertrudis Bocanegra--17651817 Birthday of Edward Everett--1794-1865 Napoleon Bonaparte Abdicated--1814 Fort Pulaski Surrendered--1862 Birthday of Charles Evans Hughes--18621948 Birthday of Lizzie Bliss--1864-1931 Spelman College Established--1881 Spanish-American War Ended--1899 Birthday of Percy Julian--1899-1975 Birthday of Jane Bolin--1908-2007 Birthday of Stella Walsh--1911-1980 Birthday of Oleg Cassini--1913-2006 Birthday of Ethel Kennedy--1928Truman Relieved MacArthur of Command--1951 Civil Rights Act of 1968 Signed--1968 Apollo 13 Launched--1970 Uganda: Liberation Day--1979 EEO Commission Prohibited Sexual Harassment by Supervisors--1980 Harold Washington Elected First AfricanAmerican Mayor of Chicago--1983 Support Teen Literature Day Great Britain Adopted Union Jack Flag--

http://www.ala.org http://http://ala-apa.org/nlwd/

National Networking Week (April 8-14)

White House Easter Egg Roll LaSalle Reached Mississippi--1682 Jenkins' Ear Day--1731 Birthday of Eadweard Muybridge-- 1830-1904 First Public Tax-Supported Library (New Hampshire)--1833 Lee Surrendered to Grant at Appomattox Ending Civil War--1865 Birthday of Charles Proteus Steinmetz-- 1870-1924 Birthday of W. C. Fields--1879-1946 Birthday of Frank King--1883-1969 Birthday of Paul Robeson--1898-1976 Birthday of J. William Fulbright--19051995 Birthday of J. Presper Eckert, Jr.--19191995 Marian Anderson Performed Easter Concert--1939 Fall of Bataan in Philippines--1942 CORE Sent to South to Test Interstate Bus Travel--1947 Texas Panhandle Tornado--1947 Winston Churchill Named Honorary U. S. Citizen--1963 First African-American Page in House of Representatives Appointed--1965 Soyuz 35 Launched--1980 General Noriega Convicted of Drug Trafficking--1992 Commodore Perry Day

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http://www.ala.org Booktalk titles ahead of this date and entice readers to check out books for D.e.a.R. Day. start with a newly published historical fiction novel, chasing the nightbird by Krista Russell (Peachtree Press, 2011). Fourteen-year-old lucky valera is a seasoned sailor on the crew of the whaling ship nightbird. But he is kidnapped and forced into servitude at a textile mill. Download a free curriculum guide at: http:// www.kristarussell.com/KristaWeb/ teachers_Guide.html (grades 5-8). Grades K-9.

1606 Birthday of Lyman Hall--1724-1790 Halifax, NC, Independence Day--1776 Birthday of Henry Clay--1777-1852 Free African Society Founded--1787 Confederate Forces Fired on Ft. Sumter-- 1861 Birthday of John Shaw Billings--18381913 Ft. Pillow Massacre--1864 Big Wind--1934 Death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt-- 1945 Polio Vaccine Announced--1955 Yuri Gargarin First Man in Space on Vostok 1--1961 Columbia STS-1 Launched--1981 Discovery STS-51-D Launched--1985 Thomas Jefferson Day Premier of Handel's Messiah--1742 Birthday of Thomas Jefferson--1743-1826 Birthday of Butch Cassidy--1866-1909 Birthday of Alfred Butts--1899-1993 Silent Spring Published--1962 First Baseball Strike Ended--1972 Great Chicago Flood--1992

national d.e.A.r. day (drop everything and read day)

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to help students understand the slow progress toward civil Rights, have them investigate the meaning of the 1866 legislation and then read the book We march by shane W. evans (Roaring Brook Press, 2012) that tells the story of the 1963 march on Washington that ended with the "I Have a Dream" speech. students could build a timeline of civil Rights efforts from 1866-1963. Grades 4-8.

civil rights Bill Passed--1866

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APril 15-21

Consumer Awareness Week (April 18-23) National Coin Week (April 15-21)

american numismatic association; http://www. money.org/content/navigationmenu/numismaticevents/nationalcoinWeek/default.htm

National Volunteer Week (April 15-21) Police Officers Who Gave their Live in the Line of Duty Week Othodox Easter Sunday (April 15) Boston Marathon Income Tax Pay Day Birthday of Hans Sloane--1660-1753 Birthday of Albert Blake Dick--1856-1934 Slavery Abolished in District of Columbia--1862 Birthday of Wilbur Wright--1867-1912 Birthday of Jose de Diego--1866-1918 Birthday of Wilbur Wright--1867-1912 Birthday of Charlie Chaplin--1889-1977 Natural Bridge Monument Established--1908 Birthday of Merce Cunningham--1919Birthday of Peter Ustinov--1921-2004 Birthday of Henry Mancini--1924-1994 Birthday of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar--1947Birthday of Selena--1971-1995 Apollo 16 Launched--1972 Virginia Tech Shootings--2007 Death of Iqbal Masih--1995 Ellis Island Family History Day National Haiku Poetry Day National Stress Awareness Day Giovanni Verrazano Discovered New York Harbor--1524 First Horse Imported to U. S.--1629 First Commercial Fishery--1629 Birthday of Samuel Chase--1741-1811 Birthday of John Pierpont Morgan-- 1837-1913 Birthday of Walter Camp--1859-1925 American Samoa: Flag Day--1900 Birthday of Arthur Lake--1905-1987 Birthday of Teresa Needham--1912-1992 Birthday of Joseph Foss--1915-2003 Birthday of Sirimavo Bandaranaike-- 1916-2000 Birthday of Harry Reasoner--1923-1991 Birthday of Don Kirshner--1934-2011

http://www.thehaikufoundation.org http://www.ellisisland.org

revolutionary War ended--1783

APril 19

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Help teachers become familiar with the national archives and lesson plans and resources available to help them teach using primary documents: http://www. archives.gov/education/ lessons/. They can link directly to "Revolution and the new nation (1754-1820s): http://www.archives.gov/education/ lessons/revolution-new-nation.html. Grades 5-12.

Birthday of Anna Marie Holmes--1943Bay of Pigs Invasion--1961 Surveyor 3 Launched--1967 Cambodia Falls to Khmer Rouge--1975 Netherlands and Scilly Isles War Ended--1986 Poland: Solidarity Granted Legal Status--1989 Columbia Neurolab--1998 Adult Autism Awareness Day International Amateur Radio Day Birthday of Lucrezia Borgia--1480-1519 Ride of Paul Revere--1775 Battles of Lexington and Concord--1775 Birthday of Clarence Seward Darrow-- 1857-1938 Surrender at Durham Station--1865 Birthday of Samuel Earl Crawford--18801968 Earthquake Hit San Francisco--1906 First Crossword Puzzle Book--1924

Help students create crossword puzzles and exchange them with classmates for solving. They can http://www.arrl.org http://www.aheadd.org support a recent or current unit of study to check for learning (crossword Puzzle maker: http://www. puzzle-maker.com/cW/). Grades 3-7.

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Founding of Martha Graham Dance Company--1926 Japan First Bombed by U.S.--1942 Mickey Mantle Hit Longest Home Run-- 1953 Term "Third World" First Used--1955 Panama Canal Treaty--1978 Canada: Constitution Act--1982 Titan 34-D Explosion--1986 National Hanging Out Day

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Young People's Poetry Week

APril 15-21

Birthday of Roger Sherman--1721-1793 Birthday of David Ricardo--1772-1823 John Parker Ordered Men to Stand Ground at Lexington--1775 Netherlands-United States Diplomatic Anniversary--1782 Birthday of Lucretia Rudolph Garfield-- 1832-1918 U.S. Off Gold Standard--1933 Revolt in Warsaw Ghetto--1943 Sierra Leone: National Holiday--1971 Salyut 7 Launched--1982 USS Iowa Exploded--1989 Nicaragua Civil War Truce--1990 Branch Dividian Fire at Waco--1993 Oklahoma City Bombing--1995 Global Youth Service Day Birthday of Daniel Chester French--18501931 Birthday of Adolf Hitler--1889-1945 Birthday of Holland Smith--1882-1967 Birthday of Harold Lloyd--1893-1971 Ludlow Mine Incident--1914 Birthday of Tito Puente--1923-2000 Columbine High School Shootings--1999 Deepwater Horizon Oil Rig Disaster-- 2010

http://www.GYsD.org

http://www.laundrylist.org

http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/ prmmID/5625 enhance Poetry Week by working with classroom teachers and art teachers to help students create pop-up poems. also remember national Haiku Poetry Day on april 17 and Poem in Your Pocket Day april 26. Grades 1-6.

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APril 22-28

Administrative Professionals Week (April 22-28) National Park Week (April 21-29)

International association of administrative Professionals; http://www.iaap-hq.org

Birthday of Bernadette Devlin McAliskey--1947Soyuz 10 Launched--1971 Top Quark Discovered--1994 National Teach Children to Save Day Birthday of Edmund Cartwright--17431823 Birthday of Robert Bailey Thomas--17661846 Act Established Library of Congress-- 1800 British Burned Capitol and White House (War of1812)--1814 Birthday of Anthony Trollope--18151882 Birthday of George N. Bascom--18361862 Ft. Moore Established--1847 Birthday of Willem de Kooning--19041997 Ireland Easter Rising--1916 Birthday of Stanley J. Kauffmann--1916China I Launched--1970 IBM Personal Computer Introduced-- 1981 World Malaria Day

http://www.aba.com/abaef

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National Playground Safety Week (April 22-28) Week of the Young Child (April 22-28) Earth Day (April 21) Kindergarten Day (April 21)

national Program for Playground safety; http:// www.playgroundsafety.org national association for the education of Young children; http://www.naeyc.org/woyc

national Park service; http://www.nps.gov/ npweek/

Administrative Professionals Day United Nations World Book and Copyright Day Death of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra-- 1616 Birthday of James Buchanan--1791-1868 Birthday of Stephen Douglass--18131861 Birthday of Granville T. Woods--18561910 Birthday of Max Planck--1858-1947 Birthday of Sergei Prokofiev--1891-1953 Birthday of Lester B. Pearson--1897-1972 Birthday of Warren Edward Spahn--1921Birthday of Shirley Temple Black--1928-

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New Orleans Captured by Union--1862 Birthday of Guglielmo Marconi--18741937 U.S. Declared War on Spain--1898 New York First State to Require License Plates on Cars--1901 Birthday of William J. Brennan, Jr.--19061997 Birthday of Edward R. Murrow--19081965 Birthday of Ella Fitzgerald--1918-1996 Birthday of Robert Q. Lewis--1920-1991 Allied Armies Met--1945 First Solar Battery Announced--1954 St. Lawrence Seaway Opened--1959 First Law Legalizing Abortion--1967 Hubble Space Telescope Deployed-- 1990 Poem in Your Pocket Day Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day First Permanent British Settlement in U.S.--1607 Great Plague Began in London--1665 Birthday of John James Audubon--17851851 Birthday of Jim Beckwourth--1798-1867 Birthday of Eugene Delacroix--1798-1863 Birthday of Frederick Law Olmsted-- 1822-1903 Birthday of Ma Rainey--1886-1939 Birthday of Rudolf Hess--1894-1987 Birthday of Charles Richter--1900-1985 Birthday of Douglas Sirk--1900-1987 Birthday of I. M. Pei--1917Guernica Massacre--1937 Montgomery Ward Seized--1944 Israel Independence Day--1948 (Begins Sundown April 25) Chernobl Nuclear Reactor Explosion-- 1986 U.S. Holocaust Museum Opened--1993 South Africa Multiracial Elections--1994 National Arbor Day Death of Ferdinand Magellan--1521 Birthday of Edward Gibbon--1737-1794 Birthday of Mary Wollstonecraft--17591797 Birthday of Samuel Finley Breese Morse-- 1791-1872 Birthday of Ulysses S. Grant--1822-1885 Sultana Steamship Explosion--1865 Birthday of Walter Lantz--1900-1994 Birthday of Coretta Scott King--19272006 Most Tornadoes in One Day--2011

ms Foundation for Women; http://www.takeourdaughterstowork.org

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Birthday of Oliver Cromwell--1599-1658 Gadsden Purchase--1853 Suez Canal Ground Breaking--1859

http://www.worldmalariaday.org

money Smart Week

APril 21-28

take advantage of materials and resources available through the Federal Reserve Bank to improve economic education for students. There are many suggestions for using literature to teach economic concepts. visit http://www.federalreserveeducation.org/; http:// www.kansascityfed.org/education; or http://www.federalreserveeducation.org/resources/ classroom/lesson-plans/. Grades K-12.

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APril 29-30

Walpurgis Night Birthday of William Lilly--1602-1681 Birthday of Karl Friedrich Gauss-- 1777-1855 Washington Inaugurated as President--

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1789 Louisiana Purchase--1803 Louisiana Entered Union--1812 Birthday of Mary Scott Lord Dimmick Harrison--1858-1948 Birthday of Ellis Wilson--1899-1977 Birthday of Lawton Chiles--1930-1998 First President Appeared on Television--

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