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Do You Remember What Happened On This Day?

Do you even know what holiday is being celebrated right now?

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    Epiphany

    Epiphany is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God the Son as human in Jesus Christ.

    Epiphany
    Via Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images
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    Nancy Kerrigan

    Dubbed "The Whack Heard Round The World", competitor Tonya Harding's ex-husband attacked Kerrigan with a police baton.

    Nancy Kerrigan
    Via Clive Brunskill/ALLSPORT
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    New Mexico

    The second-to-last of the 48 contiguous states was admitted into the union in 1912.

    New Mexico
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    Al Gore

    Al Gore won the popular vote, but lost the electoral vote when Florida was officially declared in favor of Bush.

    Al Gore
    Via Chris Hondros/Newsmakers
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    Telegraph

    Morse and Vail made this demonstration in Morristown, NJ. Ever heard of Morse Code?

    Telegraph
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    Beans

    January 6th is National Bean Day, an homage to bean plants which have been cultivated since the 7th millennium BC. Some believe this is tied to the death of Gregor Mendel on who discovered the rules of heredity through his experiments with pea plant breeding.

    Beans
    Via Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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    Mother Teresa

    Mother Teresa spent most of her life in India where she founded the Missionaries of Charity, providing aid to people with terminal illnesses, families in need, and orphaned children.

    Mother Teresa
    Via ROSLAN RAHMAN/AFP/Getty Images
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    The Beatles

    Magical Mystery Tour was released by the Beatles in the U.S. in November 1967 but it did not reach #1 status until the following January.

    The Beatles
 
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