Today in History

Looking For The Light

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306 CE

Constantine I is proclaimed leader of Rome’s western empire and he will go on to lay the groundwork for the Byzantine Empire, found the nexus of global power in Constantinople, and become known as Constantine the Great, one of history’s most profound game changers.

1898

Launching a land offensive in the Puerto Rican Campaign, the United States lands 1,300 US infantry soldiers at Puerto Rico’s Guánica Harbor, where they find no resistance. American forces will secure the island in a month’s time, and Spain will cede Puerto Rico to the US as the Spanish-American War ends.

1965

Bob Dylan feels like changing things up at the premier showcase of his musical genre, the Newport Folk…

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