This date in history 7-9-2021

This date in history for July 9.

1777: New York elects its first governor.

1846: U.S. takes San Francisco from Mexico.

1850: U.S. President Zachary Taylor dies

1877: Wimbledon Tourney begins.

1941: Enigma key broken.

1947: First female Army official is appointed.

1960: Khrushchev, Eisenhower trade threats over Cuba.

1962: Bob Dylan records “Blowin’ in the Wind”.

1971: U.S. turns over responsibility for DMZ.

2000: Venus Williams wins Wimbledon for first time.

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