Sunday 18 December 1904
It was Sunday, under the sign of Sagittarius. The US president was Theodore Roosevelt (Republican).
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- Roman festivals - Feast of Epona (during Saturnalia)
- R.C. Saints - Gatianus of Tours
- Also see December 18 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
- Niger - Republic Day (autonomous in 1958)
- Greek Orthodox Church ? Feast of Sebastian the Martyr
See other famous people born on 18 December
Wilf Carter: country singer.
Alligator Man: American circus sideshow freak who was born with skin like an alligator over his entire body.
George Stevens: American director producer screenwriter and cinematographer (d. 1975).
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Which were the top hits in that special week of December 1904 ?
Top #1 songs in the USA
I May be Crazy, But I Ain't No Fool - Bob Roberts
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The Crossing is a 1904 best-selling novel by American Winston Churchill. This is fascinating tale of an orphan boy who grows up in frontier Kentucky sheds light on some forgotten aspects of early American history.
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But if we return not from our adventure," ended Sir Mortimer, "if the sea claims us, and upon his sandy floor, amid his Armida gardens, the silver-singing mermaiden marvel at that wreckage which was once a tall ship and at ...
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