The History Aspie

Randall Cadenhead
American Political and Military History
Created 12 Apr 2021
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  • The History Aspie Podcast-January 24, 2022.
    24 Jan 2022about 16 hours ago • < 1 min read
    Today in Texas History: January 24, 1867-Freedmen’s Bureau Superintendent Joseph Barr Kiddoo replaced after implementing several reforms in the state's Freedmen's Bureau. January 24, 1948- The “Tri-Ci...
  • This Day in Texas History-January 24, 1867.
    24 Jan 2022about 18 hours ago • < 1 min read
    On January 24, 1867, Joseph Barr Kiddo, the reformist superintendent of the Freedman's Bureau in Texas was replaced. Born in Pennsylvania in 1840, Kiddo was appointed to the position of superintendent...
  • This Day in Texas History-January 23, 1691.
    23 Jan 20221 day ago • < 1 min read
    On January 23, 1691, Domingo Terán de Los Ríos was appointed by the Conde de Gálvez to be the first Governor of the Coahuila and Texas, a Spanish province. This event marks the beginning of Texas as a...
  • This Day in History-January 23, 1968.
    23 Jan 20221 day ago • 1 min read
    On January 23, 1968, the Naval Intelligence vessel, the U.S.S. Pueblo, while conducting routine surveillance of the North Korean coastline, was seized by the North Koreans. The ship was in internation...
  • This Day in Texas History-January 22, 1991.
    22 Jan 2022 • 1 min read
    On January 22, 1991, the historic civil rights case of Edgewood ISD vs. Kirby was decided. In its ruling, the the Texas Supreme Court found that the states system of public school funding was unconsti...
  • This Day in U.S. History-January 22, 1973.
    22 Jan 2022 • < 1 min read
    On January 22, 1973, the United States Supreme Court made its decision in the Roe v. Wade case. This decision made abortion a legal right in all 50 states. Seven justices voted in the majority, with t...
  • The History Aspie Podcast-January 21, 2022
    21 Jan 2022 • < 1 min read
    Reading and Commentary on The Federalist No. 5.
  • This Day in U.S. History-January 21, 1950.
    21 Jan 2022 • 1 min read
    On January 21, 1950, former State Department official Alger Hiss was convicted of purgery, bringing to a conclusion one of the most famous and spectacular trials in U.S. history. Hiss had been accused...
  • The History Aspie Podcast-January 20, 2022.
    20 Jan 2022 • < 1 min read
    Reading and commentary on The Federalist No. 4.
  • This Day in U.S. History-January 20, 1961.
    20 Jan 2022 • 1 min read
    On a cold January 20, 1961, on the East Front of the United States Capitol, John F. Kennedy was sworn in as the 35th President of the United States. Kennedy was the youngest President elected to the o...
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