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James Glen Manning 

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William Richard Manning
5/10/1896 - 4/17/1969

Mary Vandelia Bauldree
8/28/1909 - 7/28/1999
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James Glen Manning
3/3/1929 - 8/13/1954
James Glen Manning was born on March 3, 1929 in Altha, Calhoun County, Florida and died on August 13, 1954 in Calhoun County, Florida. He lived to be 25 years old.

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7 1936 The first regular television broadcast happens in England
9 1938 Hahn, Strassmann, Meitner and Frisch discover nuclear fission
17 1946 The university of Pennsylvania develops the ENIAC computer, containing 18,000 vacuum tubes
18 1947 Researches at Bell Labs invent the first transistor
22 1951 The first color television is introduced in the U.S.
23 1952 The first sex-change surgery was performed to change George Jorgensen into Christine Jorgensen.
9 1938 NEWS HEADLINES: Orson Wells' radio production of H.G. Well's War of the Worlds causes a national panic.
10 1939 NEWS HEADLINES: The first regular television broadcast happens in the United States
12 1941 NEWS HEADLINES: December 7, 1941 -- Japan launches a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor and the US officially declares war on Japan the following day. World War II begins for American soldiers.
21 1950 NEWS HEADLINES: On June 25, the Korean War begins and the United Nations officially declaring war on North Korea two days later.
1 1930 Drought in the Great Plains area begins, creating hardship for farm families in 19 states.
3 1932 Amelia Earhart becomes the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. The infant son of Charles Lindbergh is kidnapped and murdered.
4 1933 Franklin D. Roosevelt is elected president under his "New Deal" campaign. Frances Perkins becomes the first woman to hold a cabinet post when FDR appoints her secretary of labor. On December 5, the 21st Amendment is added to the Constitution, repealing Prohibition. Drinks for everyone!
5 1934 Congress passes the Indian Reorganization Act which allows remaining Indian tribes to reorganize.
5 1934 Farm families must leave the dust bowl-stricken Great Plains areas. The dust bowl includes areas in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Nevada and Arkansas. Radio picks up the "Okie" songs. In all, 400,000 people leave the Great Plains.
6 1935 Congress passes the Social Security Act, giving elder Americans Social Security money for the first time.
10 1939 Hollywood releases The Wizard of Oz, one of the first films to be made in color.
14 1943 Japanese Americans are relocated to internment camps; Almost 400,000 coal miners go on strike; Race riots break out in Los Angeles and Detroit.
15 1944 On June 6, Allied forces invade Normandy (referred to as "D-Day")
16 1945 President Roosevelt dies; The United Nations is established; the first atomic bomb is dropped on Hiroshima.
25 1954 The nationally televised McCarthy hearings lead to Senator Joseph McCarthy's downfall; Segregation by race in schools is declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court; Congress adds the words "under God" to the Pledge of Allegiance and requires "In God We Trust" to appear on all American currency.
9 1938 Hitler annexes Anschluss into Germany. At the Munich Conference, Germany is given a portion of Czechoslovakia.
10 1939 Hitler takes over all of Czechoslovakia. On Sept. 1st, Germany invades Poland. On Sept. 3rd, Great Britain and France declare war on Germany. World War II has begun.
16 1945 World War II ends with a Japanese delegation signing instrument of surrender aboard battleship Missouri in Tokyo Bay.

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