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This Day in History

Monday, July 25, 2016
Australian Explorers
1862  - After successfully crossing Australia from south to north, John McDouall Stuart raises the British flag at the mouth of the Mary River. [more]
Australian History
1851  - An uncredited diary entry describes the 'Yowie' of southeast Queensland in detail. [more]
1973  - The numbat is proclaimed as Western Australia's official faunal emblem. [more]
World History
1977  - A 10 year old boy in Illinois reports being attacked by a thunderbird. [more]
2000  - 113 people are killed as the Concorde crashes just north of Paris. [more]

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