May 14th

Discussion in 'History Forum' started by Baptist in Richmond, May 14, 2005.

  1. Baptist in Richmond

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    Greetings,

    Does anyone know what happened on May 14th?
    Hint: I was there today, as the location of what happened is near Richmond.

    Best Regards to all,

    BiR
     
  2. KenH

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    Kasey Kahne won his first Nextel Cup race.
     
  3. Baptist in Richmond

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    Exactly, Ken.
    I chose the History forum to discuss the NexTel Cup.

    Thanks for your input,

    BiR
     
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    I give up. What happened near Richmond on May 14, what year?
     
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    I think it was the surrender of Robert E. Lee
    to U.S. Grant

    Lee did the right thing it total surrender he
    actually saved the nation from more blood being
    spilled.

    U.S. Grant showed mercy in allowing the Confederates to keep their horses and mules to
    go back and start peaceful farming.
     
  7. rsr

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    No, the surrender was April 9. Come on, BiR; what was it?
     
  8. dianetavegia

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    Well today, May 30th, 1431, Joan of Arc was burned at the stake. Hmmmmm.... 14th, eh?
     
  9. dianetavegia

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    May 14, 1607 - Three very small ships, "Susan Constant", "Godspeed" and "Discovery" sailed across the ocean blue from Plymouth, England to a place the ship’s crew and passengers called Jamestown, on this day.
     

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