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Today in 1968, Johnny Cash married June Carter in Franklin, Kentucky.
*Music1* They got married in a fever... *Laugh*
Today in 1983, almost 106 million Americans watched the final episode of M*A*S*H.
I watch pretty much the entire series every year!

One of the, if not the, best series wrap-ups ever.
Today in 1827, New Orleans held its first Mardi Gras celebration.
Today in 1919, Arizona's Grand Canyon National Park was established.
We stopped there during our trip 2 years ago. I went to the edge of the Grand Canyon and yelled “I love you” just to hear the echo.

My echo replied. “I just want to be friends” *Laugh*
Today in 1964, Muhammad Ali defeated Sonny Liston to become the world heavyweight boxing champion.
Today, in 1607, Claudio Moteverdi's 'L'Ofeo', one of the world's earliest known operas, premiered in Mantua, Italy.
Today in 1455, most scholars agree that the Gutenberg Bible was published in Mainz, Germany
Today in 1980, in "The Miracle on Ice," the U.S. hockey team defeated the Soviet Union 4-3 at the Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, N.Y.
Today in 1828: The Cherokee 'Phoenix' became the first newspaper published in a Native American language.
The Cherokee nation consists of 5 main tribes referred to as the 5 Civilized Tribes, Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole and Creek, because they were the only native Americans who had an alphabet and written language. I lived and went to college in Tahlequah, Oklahoma where the capitol of their nation is. For years all I had for friends were native Americans.

If you ever get to northeastern Oklahoma I highly recommend visiting the Cherokee capitol in Tahlequah. It’s 70 or so miles east of Tulsa.

My relationship with my spouse and my home.
I'm thinking you meant this as a response to "Note: Satisfied Saturday... Name something that you...". If so, it is wonderful that you have found happiness in your life. *Heart*
Today in 1936, Danish-Norwegian explorer Caroline Mikkelsen became the first woman to set foot on Antarctica.
Today in 1878, Thomas Edison patented the phonograph.