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US date format: 3/31/1901, UK date format: 31/3/1901
The day of the week was Sunday, under the astrological sign of Aries (see Chinese Zodiac and Moon Sign on March 31, 1901).
The number one song in US was Good-Bye, Dolly Gray by Big Four Quartet.
The Cook's Revenge, directed by , was one of the most viewed movie released in 1901
The US president was William McKinley (Republican), the UK Prime Minister was Robert Gascoyne-Cecil (Conservative), Pope Leo XIII was leading the Catholic Church.
But much more happened that day: find out below.
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Actor (Morning Glory, Big Steal), dies at 62.
Babies born in March are either Pisces or Aries. People born before March 20th are Pisces, while people born from March 21st have the sign of Aries
What day of the week was March 31, 1901?
The day of the week was Sunday.
March 31st marks the 89th day of the Gregorian calendar for the year 1901.
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On March 31, 1901 the day of the week was Sunday.
On March 31, 1901 the zodiac sign was Aries.
On March 31, 1901 the US President was William McKinley (Republican).
On March 31, 1901 the UK Prime Minister was Robert Gascoyne-Cecil (Conservative).
On March 31, 1901 Pope Leo XIII was leading the Catholic Church.
Famous people died on March 31, 1901 include, John Stainer.