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This Day in History - September 19

September 19 1356 – Prince Edwards defeats the French at Poitiers during the landmark battle of the Hundred Years’ War 1544 – A 20-year war is ended when Francis, the king of France and Charles V

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This Day in History - September 18

September 18 96 – Roman Emperor Domitian dies 1634 – Englishwoman who would become an outspoken religious thinker in the American colonies, Anne Hutchinson, arrives at Massachusetts Bay 1709 –

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This Day in History - September 17

September 17 1179 – German saint, composer, and philosopher, Hildegard of Bingen, dies 1743 – French mathematician and philosopher who was a leader during the Enlightenment, Marquis Marie Jean de Condor

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This Day in History - September 16

September 16 1620 – The Mayflower sets sail from England with Pilgrims aboard 1630 – The Massachusetts village of Shawmut changes its name to Boston 1668 – King John Casimir V of Poland abdicat

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Harvard withdraws Chelsea Manning's visiting fellow invitation after backlash

The dean of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government has announced that the school has scrapped a plan to make convicted WikiLeaks leaker Chelsea Manning a visiting fellow, but still plans to have her speak

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This Day in History - September 15

September 15 1254 – Italian explorer, Marco Polo, is born 1588 – The Spanish Armada is destroyed by a British fleet after it failed in invading England during the Anglo-Spanish War 1776 – Manha