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This Day in History

Sunday, December 21, 2014
Australian Explorers
1837  - Eyre attempts the first overlanding venture from Sydney to South Australia. [more]
Australian History
1817  - Governor Macquarie recommends the use of the name 'Australia' instead of New Holland for the continent. [more]
1894  - The South Australian government becomes one of the first in the world to grant women the right to vote. [more]
World History
1140  - Today marks the start of the legend of the Castle of the Faithful Wives. [more]
1620  - The Pilgrim ship 'Mayflower' arrives at Plymouth Rock in North America. [more]
1988  - Pan Am Flight 103 explodes over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing 270. [more]

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