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Kailey M.

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KAILEY 2000 Fun Facts about July 5th The Day I was born! Born July 5th, P. T. Barnum of Barnum and Bailey Circus was born July 5th, 1810! The bikini was introduced on July 5th, 1946! In 1975 Aurthur Ashe became the first black man to win a Wimbledon singles title as he defeated Jimmy Connors. Before we get started here are some fun facts about me! This is my favorite... Quote: If you can dream it, you can do it. - Walt Disney Movie: Despicable Me I am 4467 DAYS old today. Song: We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together/ Save You Tonight
(Taylor Swift/One Direction) Something Random These are some historical facts
about July 5th through time! On July 5th, 1971 the United States government
enforced the 26th amendment saying that the voting age was lowered to 18. In 1865 the U.S. Secret Service was put into operation. In 654 St. Martin begins his reign as first ever Catholic Pope. The first tornado in the U.S., was recorded in 1643 in the state of Massachusetts. Happenings in Hollywood!

The hits from 2000! From 1999 to 2000 the TV show "Freaks and Geeks" was aired but only had 18 episodes along with the hugely popular "Seinfeld" starring Jerry Seinfeld. Here are just a FEW of the movies that came out in 2000: "102 Dalmatians", "The Tigger Movie", "How The Grinch Stole Christmas", "Little Vampire", and Thomas and the Majic Railroad." Now let's look at some famous birth's on July 5th! Julie Nixon Eisenhower: the youngest daughter of our 37th president Richard Nixon.
The hit song "Rock Around the Clock" becomes the first rock-and-roll song to hit number 1 on the American Billboards music Chart,
Huey Lewis: lead singer of the band Huey Lewis and the News. Waren Oates: Actor, first starred in tv show "Beat the Clock" Who died? Ted Williams: last baseball player to hit over 400 average. Kenneth Lay: former Enron executive who stole money and pensions from his employees. Thanks for watching my Prezi! Hope you enjoyed it! The End
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