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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
this country in experiments at Sandy Hook, N. J.......July 25, 1891 Thomas W. Babcock, born 1815, for fourteen years in Congress from Virginia and for four years speaker of Confederate Congress, dies in Appomattox county, Va.......Aug. 5, 1891 Two vessels seized in Bering sea for unlawful sealing......Aug. 7, 1891 James Russell Lowell, born 1819, dies at Cambridge, Mass.......Aug. 12, 1891 Cherokee strip closed to the whites by order of the President......Aug. 13, 1891 Sarah Childress Polk, widow of exPresident James K. Polk, born 1803, dies at Nashville, Tenn.......Aug. 14, 1891 Battle monument, 308 feet high, in Bennington, Vt., dedicated; address by President Harrison......Aug. 19, 1891 Over sixty persons killed by a falling building in Park Place, New York City......Aug. 22, 1891 R. G. Dyrenforth and staff experiment in artificial rain production by dynamite bombs exploded in the air, etc., near Midland, Tex......Aug. 18-26, 1891 First reunion of survivo