A Woman becomes Prime Minister of Canada

Oh man what a day that was Eh! On June 25th 1993, Kim Campbell(Avril Phaedra Campbell) became the Prime Minister, and she was not votes in neither. Continue reading

Sao Paulo Modern Art Week

The first Modern Art Festival in South America was Sao Paulo Modern Art Week, held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in February 1922. Continue reading

United Nations Armed Forces, first Organization to receive Nobel Prize for Peace

First Organization presented the Nobel Peace Prize was on December 10th 1988
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Centrifugal cream separator with a continuous flow

Inventor Carl Gustaf Patrik de Laval of Stockholm, Sweden, received an American patent for a centrifugal cream separator with a continuous flow on October 4, 1881.
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Columbus Day, Celebrating Christopher Columbus and his first landfall in the New World

Columbus Day was first celebrated in the United States on October 12, 1792, to mark the tricentennial of the day in when Christopher Columbus made his first landfall in the New World Continue reading

First woman hockey player – She is a Canadian

For What It’s Worth’s opinion is that not only is hockey a Canadian Sport, but us Canadians make the best hockey players like the great one, Gretzky and Rocket Rochere, but the fact that we created a great woman hockey player too blows my mind. Continue reading

Limes In Asia

In and around the Islands of Indonesia, Asia, Limes grew. Continue reading

The Little Brunette – Novel by Joaquim Manuel de Macedo

A Moreninha (The Little Brunette), a Brazilian novel, published in 1844, by Joaquim Manuel de Macedo. Continue reading

Patent for Self-sharpening Plow

In 1803 an English inventor, by the name of Robert Ransome patented a Self-sharpening Plow. Continue reading

Wole Soyinka, first African to receive Nobel Prize in Literature

First African presented the Nobel Prize in Literature was in 1986
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