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June 7th In Pop Culture History

1692 (Earthquake) Port Royal, Jamaica, over 1,000 people were killed.

1753 - The British Museum was founded, starting the the collections of Sir Hans Sloane.

1755 (Earthquake) Tabriz, Iran

1893 - Mohandas Gandhi committed his first act of civil disobedience.

1914 - The Alliance was the first vessel to pass through the Panama Canal.

1954 - Rutgers Institute of Microbiology opened, it was the second dedicated microbiology laboratory in the world.

1955 - The $64,000 Question debuted on CBS.

1962 - Credit Suisse (then known as Schweizerische Kreditanstalt) opened the first drive-through bank, in Switzerland at St. Peter-Strasse 17, near Paradeplatz in downtown Zurich.

1972 - Broadway - Grease (Musical) opened on June 7, 1972

1975 #1 Hit June 7, 1975 - June 13, 1975: John Denver - Thank God I'm a Country Boy

1976 - The Tribal Rites of the New Saturday Night by journalist Nik Cohn was published in New York Magazine. It was the inspiration for the film Saturday Night Fever.

1981 - The Israeli Air Force destroyed Iraq's Osiraq nuclear reactor during Operation Opera.

1986 #1 Hit June 7, 1986 - June 13, 1986: Madonna - Live to Tell

1989 - East End Show - The Woman in Black (Play) June 7, 1989

1990 - Universal Studios Florida opened in Orlando, FL.

2002 - Kim Possible premiered on The Disney Channel.

2014 #1 Hit June 7, 2014 - July 25, 2014: Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX - Fancy

June 7th Celebrity Birthdays

Learned At The Movies:

Bill Hader (1978)
Michael Cera (1988)
Tom Jones (1940)
Liam Neeson (1952)
Jessica Tandy (1909)
Prince (1958)
Allen Iverson (1975)
Dean Martin (1917)
Anna Kournikova (1981)
Karl Urban (1972)
Dva Navarro (1967)
Jim Gaffigan (1966)
All telephone numbers in America begin with the digits 555.

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