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Fatherís Day
Printable Fatherís Day Crafts
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Kinderart Crafts for Fatherís Day
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Crayola Print and Color
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Kidís Domain Coloring Pictures

Keep an eye on the calendar and don't forget a gift for Dad this year.  Fathers Day gifts  are very important and you need to leave time to find the perfect gift.   Gift baskets are a great idea for a gift and be the best gift Dad  ever received.

June 1
In 1533, Ann Boleyn crowned queen of England
In 1657, 1st Quakers arrives in New Amsterdam (NY)
In 1792, Kentucky admitted as 15th US state
In 1880, 1st pay telephone installed

June 2
In 1491, Henry VIII, King of England (1509-47) was born
In 1835, P T Barnum & his circus begin 1st tour of US
In 1862, Gen Robert E Lee takes command of Confederate armies of E VA & NC
In 1863, Harriet Tubman leads Union guerrillas into Maryland, freeing slaves
In 1924, Snyder Act: US citizenship granted to all American Indians
In 1928, Velveeta Cheese created by Kraft

June 3
In 1509, Henry VIII married wife No 1, Catherine of Aragon
In 1540, Hernando de Soto 1st European to do so to cross the Appalachian Mountains
In 1781, Jack Jouett rides to warn Jefferson of British attack
In 1875, Alexander Graham Bell makes 1st voice transmission
In 1942, Battle of Midway Island begins

June 4
In 1738, George III, English King during American Revolution (1760-1820) was born

In 1070, Roquefort cheese created in a cave near Roquefort, France
In 1845, Mexican-US war starts

In 1919, Senate passes Women's Suffrage bill

In 1947, House of Reps approves Taft-Hartley act

In 1977, Apple II, the 1st personal computer, goes on sale

June 5
In 1846, Telegraph line opens between Philadelphia & Baltimore

In 1917, 10 million US men begin registering for draft in WW I

June 6
In 1664, New Amsterdam renamed NYC
In 1850, Levi Strauss made his 1st blue jeans
In 1882, Electric iron patented by Henry W Seely, NYC
In 1932, US Federal gas tax enacted

June 7
In 1628, English king Charles I accepts Petition of Rights
In 1769, Daniel Boone begins exploring Bluegrass State of Kentucky
In 1775, United Colonies change name to United States

June 8
In 1869, Ives W McGaffey of Chicago patents 1st vacuum cleaner
In 1892, Homer A Plessy refuses to go to segregated RR car (Plessy v Ferguson)
In 1968, James Earl Ray, alleged assassin of Martin Luther King Jr, captured

June 9
In 1534, Jacques Cartier 1st sails into mouth of St Lawrence River
In 1790, 1st book copyrighted under constitution, "Philadelphia Spelling Book"
In 1802, US Academy at West Point founded
In 1943, "Pay-as-you-go" (withholding) US income tax deductions authorized
In 1969, Warren Burger confirmed as US Chief Justice

June 10
In 1720, Mrs Clements of England markets 1st paste-style mustard
In 1793, Washington replaced Philadelphia as US capital
In 1915, Girl Scouts founded

June 11
In 1578, England grants Sir Humphrey Gilbert a patent to explore & colonize US
In 1644, Florentine scientist describe invention of barometer
In 1742, Benjamin Franklin invents his Franklin stove
In 1770, Capt James Cook discovers Great Barrier Reef off Australia
In 1895, Charles E Duryea patents a gas-driven automobile
In 1947, WW II sugar rationing finally end in US (began May 28, 1942)

June 12
In 1787, Law passes providing a senator must be at least 30 years old
In 1917, Secret Service extends protection of president to his family
In 1931, Al Capone is indicted on 5,000 counts of prohibition & perjury
In 1942, Anne Frank gets her diary as a birthday present (Amsterdam)

June 13
In 1777, Marquis de Lafayette lands in US
In 1825, Walter Hunt patents safety pin
In 1917, Germany bombs London
In 1920, Post Office says children could not be sent by parcel post
In 1927, Ticker-tape parade welcomed Charles A Lindbergh to NYC
In 1979, Sioux nation receives $100 million in compensation for Black Hills SD
In 1997, Jurors in Okla City bombing trial sentence Timothy McVeigh to death

June 14
Flag Day

In 1834, Sandpaper patented by Isaac Fischer Jr, Springfield, Vermont
In 1846, California declares independence from Mexico
In 1847, Robert von Bunsen invents the Bunsen burner
In 1881, Player piano patented by John McTammany Jr (Cambridge, Mass)
In 1938, Chlorophyll patented by Benjamin Grushkin
In 1954, Pres Eisenhower signs order adding words "under God" to the Pledge

June 15
In 1836, Arkansas becomes 25th state
In 1846, Oregon Treaty signed, setting US-British boundary at 49 degrees North
In 1864, Robert E Lee's home area (Arlington, VA) becomes a military cemetery
In 1924, J Edgar Hoover assumed leadership of the FBI
In 1924, Native Americans are proclaimed US citizens
In 1982, Supreme Court rules all children, regardless of citizenship, are entitled to a public education

June 16
1909 1st US airplane sold commercially, by Glenn Curtiss for $5,000

1933 US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) created

June 17
In 1885, Statue of Liberty arrived in New York City aboard French ship `Isere'

In 1894, 1st US poliomyelitis epidemic breaks out, Rutland, Vermont

In 1950, 1st kidney transplant (Chicago)

In 1963, Supreme Court rules against Bible reading/prayer in public schools

In 1970, Edwin Land patents Polaroid camera

June 18
In 1567, Mary, Queen of Scots, imprisoned in Lochleven Castle prison Scotland
In 1775, Liberty Bell rang for the 2nd Continental Congress
In 1858, Abraham Lincoln says "A house divided against itself cannot stand"
In 1893, RW Rueckheim invents Cracker Jacks
In 1935, US Congress accepts FDR's "New Deal"
In 1541, Irish parliament selects Henry VIII as king of Ireland
In 1682, William Penn found Philadelphia
In 1892, Macademia nuts 1st planted in Hawaii

June 19

In 1862, Slavery outlawed in US territories
In 1865, Siege of Richmond, VA
In 1941, Cheerios Cereal invents an O-shaped cereal
In 1948, USSR blocks access road to West Berlin

June 20
In 1793, Eli Whitney patents his cotton gin

In 1944, Nazi begin mass extermination of Jews at Auschwitz

In 1947, Pres Truman vetoes Taft-Hartley Act

June 21
Summer Solstice

In 1684, King Charles II revokes Massachusetts Bay Colony charter

In 1834, Cyrus Hall McCormick patents reaping machine

In 1898, Guam becomes a territory of US

June 22
In 1812, Napoleon's Grand Army invades Russia
In 1832, John Howe patents pin manufacturing machine
In 1847, Doughnut created
In 1870, Congress creates Department of Justice
In 1910, 1st airship with passengers sets afloat-Zeppelin Deutschland
In 1941, President Roosevelt signs "GI Bill of Rights"
In 1983, 1st time a satellite is retrieved from orbit, by Space Shuttle

June 23
In 1848, Antoine Joseph Sax patents Saxophone
In 1860, Congress establishes Government Printing Office
In 1860, US Secret Service created
In 1983, US Supreme Court ruled Congress could not veto presidential decisions

June 24
In 1340, In the Hundred Years War, British fleet destroys French at Sluys
In 1497, John Cabot claims eastern Canada for England (believes he found Asia)
In 1795, US & Great Britain sign Jay Treaty, 1st US extradition treaty
In 1863, Planning an invasion of Pennsylvania, Lee's army crosses Potomac
In 1963, 1st demonstration of home video recorder, at BBC Studios, London
In 1964, FTC rules health warnings must appear on all cigarette packages

June 25
1941, Fair Employment Practices Commission established
1947, Tennis shoe introduced
1798 US passes Alien Act allowing president to deport dangerous aliens

June 26
1498, Toothbrush invented
1630 Fork introduced to American dining by Gov Winthrop
1638 A lunar eclipse, 1st astronomical event recorded in US

June 27
1900 Dr Walter Reed begins research that beats Yellow Fever
1934 FDR signs Federal Credit Union Act establishing credit unions
1984 1st flight of Shuttle Discovery (41-D) scrubbed at T -4s
1942 FBI captures 8 Nazi saboteurs from a sub off NY's Long Island
1950 Pres Truman orders Air Force & Navy into Korean conflict

June 28
1778 Battle of Monmouth, NJ
1820 Tomato is proven nonpoisonous
1894 Labor Day established as a federal employees holiday
1919 Treaty of Versailles ending WW I signed

June 29
1613 Shakespeare's Globe Theater burns down
1854 Gadsden Purchase (parts of Az, NM) from Mexico for $10 million
1916 Boeing aircraft flies for 1st time
1940 US passes Alien Registration Act requiring Aliens to register
1956 Federal interstate highway system act signed
1972 Supreme Court-death penalty usually was "cruel & unusual punishment"

June 30
1794 Battle of Fort Recovery, Ohio
1906 Pure Food & Drug Act & Meat Inspection Act adopted
1936 40 hour work week law approved (federal)
1940 US Fish & Wildlife Service established
1948 Transistor as a substitute for Radio tubes announced (Bell Labs)

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