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May 1: The Empire State Building was dedicated (1931).
May 2: General Motors purchased Chevrolet (1918).
May 3: Lt. Col. Jos. Fletcher landed on North Pole (1952).
May 4: Rhode Island declared independence (1776).
May 5: Alan Shepard Jr. first American in space (1961).
May 6: The Hindenburg exploded in New Jersey (1937).
May 7: Rolling Stones’ Richards penned “Satisfaction” (1965).
May 8: V-E Day celebrated in America & Britain (1945).
May 9: The FDA approved the birth-control pill (1960).
May 10: The transcontinental railroad was completed (1869).
May 11: A massive dust storm swept across the US (1934).
May 12: Bob Dylan walked out on The Ed Sullivan Show (1963).
May 13: Jamestown, Virginia settlers first arrived (1607).
May 14: Edward Jenner tested smallpox vaccine (1796).
May 15: Seventeen states began rationing gasoline (1942).
May 16: First Academy Awards held in Hollywood (1929).
May 17: Brown vs. Board of Education ruling decided (1954).
May 18: Mount St. Helens erupted in Washington State (1980).
May 19: Townshend of The Who wrote “My Generation” (1965).
May 20: Union Congress passed the Homestead Act (1862).
May 21: The American Red Cross was founded (1881).
May 22: Great Emigration departs on Oregon Trail (1843).
May 23: Police killed outlaws Bonnie & Clyde in LA (1934).
May 24: The Brooklyn Bridge opened after 14 years (1883).
May 25: George Lucas’ Star Wars premiered (1977).
May 26: Marion Morrison (John Wayne) born in IA (1907).
May 27: The Golden Gate Bridge opened in CA (1937).
May 28: Volkswagen founded in Nazi Germany ((1937).
May 29: WI enters the Union as 30th State (1848).
May 30: Mariner 9 departed for Mars (1971).
May 31: Big Ben began operation in London (1859).
Historical dates are excerpted from History.com.