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This day in history 7-6-2021

This day in history for July 6.

1775: Congress issues “Declaration on the causes and necessity of taking up arms.

1933: First MLB all-star game is held.

1942: Anne Frank’s family takes refuge.

1944: Fire kills 167 in Connecticut.

1946: George Walker Bush is born.

1957: Althea Gibson becomes first African American to win Wimbledon.

1957: John Lennon meets Paul McCartney.

1976: Women inducted into U.S. Naval Academy.

1994: Forrest Gump opens in theaters.

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