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  • President Jacques Chirac

    In France, President Jacques Chirac declares a "definitive end" to France's nuclear testing.
  • Thomas Hamilton

    In Scotland an unemployed shopkeeper, Thomas Hamilton, walks into a grammar (primary) school, kills sixteen students and one teacher and then himself.
  • The Taliban

    take control of the city of Kabul.
  • my first art book

    my first time i ever drew something
  • A lawsuit filed by Paula Jones in 1994

    concerning an alleged incident in 1991, has reached the Supreme Court. The justices unanimously allow the lawsuit to proceed in the lower courts.
  • In Paris, Diana, Princess of Wales

    is pronounced dead following a car crash.
  • In Algeria,

    guerrillas slaughter from 50 to 100 people in the village of Sid El-Antri.
  • Smoking

    banned in all California bars and restaurants.
  • Nineteen European nations

    forbid human cloning.
  • Osama bin Laden publishes

    a fatwa, declaring jihad against all Jews and Crusaders.
  • Arkansas School Massacre

    Arkansas School Massacre
    wo young boys, aged 13 and 14, killed 5 people at a Jonesboro, Arkansas middle school after a hoax fire alarm. They were killed on the playground.
  • first day of head start

    my first day of school at round head school building .
  • Britain abolishes

    death penalty.
  • In the village of Racak

    in Kosovo, Serbs murder 45 unarmed ethnic Albanians.
  • In China, government restrictions

    applied on internet use, aimed especially at Internet cafes.
  • Columbine High School

    Columbine High School
    Columbine High School was the site of one of the deadliest mass shootings in modern United States history. It is the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history.[2] The shootings occurred on April 20, 1999,
  • 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak

    1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak
    The 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak was a vigorous severe weather event that lasted from May 3 through 6, 1999 and brought violent tornadic storms to Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Texas and Tennessee. This article concentrates primarily on the events of May 3, when 66 tornadoes broke out in Oklahoma and Kansas.
  • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

      	 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
    Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace is a 1999 space opera film written and directed by George Lucas. It was the fourth film to be released in the Star Wars saga and the first in terms...
  • In Illinois

    a white supremacist leader, Matthew Hale, 27, is denied a license to practice law.
  • Iraqi troops surround US & other embassies in Kuwait City

     Iraqi troops surround US & other embassies in Kuwait City
    former official from within the ranks of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is reporting that US and NATO forces have landed outside of Syria and are training militants to overthrow the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
  • Mexico and Romania

    become the 49th and 50th nations to ratify the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty.
  • Planning for the Attacks on 9/11

      	 Planning for the Attacks on 9/11
    The first plan to hijack the planes in order to attack the United States was introduced by Khaled Sheikh Mohammed prior to 1999. A series of meetings occurred in spring of 1999, involving..
  • Australians vote to keep the monarch

    presently Queen Elizabeth II, as their head of state.
  • President Clinton

    says that Russia will pay a heavy price for its military offensive in Chechnya.
  • The dot-com bubble bursts

    The dot-com bubble bursts
    The dot-com bubble was a speculative bubble covering roughly 1998–2000, during which stock markets in industrialised nations saw their equity value rise sharply from growth in the more recent Internet sector and related technology fields.
  • A U.S. federal judge dismisses

    a petition for asylum for Elián by Elián's relatives living in the United States.
  • Morocco ratifies

    the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty.
  • elementry school

    was my favorite time of school i miss being so little
  • bus safety week at usv

    i still remember this. we got candy and learned how to look both way before crossing the street. what to do if there was a fire, and where the first aid kit was located
  • Concorde crashes in France, killing 113 people

    Concorde crashes in France, killing 113 people
    Air France Flight 4590 was a Concorde flight from Charles de Gaulle International Airport near Paris, France, travelling to JFK International Airport in New York City.
  • Sydney hosts the Olympic Games

    Sydney hosts the Olympic Games
    This was the second time the Olympics were held in the Southern Hemisphere, the first being in Melbourne in 1956.
  • United States presidential election, 2000

    United States presidential election, 2000
    The United States presidential election of 2000 was the 54th quadrennial presidential election. It was held on Tuesday, November 7, 2000. The contest was between Republican candidate George W. Bush, the incumbent governor of Texas and son of former president George H. W. Bush, and Democratic candidate Al Gore, the incumbent Vice President.
  • first day

    the third millennium
  • wikipedia

    wikipedia
    wikipedia starts as part of nupedia . it becomes a separarte site five days later.
  • President Clinton pardons 111 people

    including Susan McDougal, Patricia Hearst Shaw, and his half-brother Roger Clinton. George W. Bush is sworn in as President of the United States.
  • No Child Left Behind Act

    No Child Left Behind Act
    The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB)[1][2] is a United States Act of Congress that is a reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, which included Title I, the government's flagship aid program for disadvantaged students.[3] NCLB supports standards-based education reform based on the premise that setting high standards and establishing measurable goals can improve individual outcomes in education. The Act requires states to develop assessments in basic skills
  • disney

    disney;s california adventure , the disneyland resort's second park in its 46 year history , open
  • google obtains

    usenet , creating google groups
  • The Human Genome Project international consortium announces

    the publication of an analysis of the human genome: a blueprint of the sequence of the three billion chemical letters embodied in genetic heredity.
  • President Bush tells the West Virginia National Guard

    that "over-deployments" strain troops, their families and the civilian employers of National Guardsmen.
  • President Bush says that "Saddam Hussein

    got to understand that we expect him to conform to the agreement that he signed after Desert Storm [1991].''
  • oklahoma bombing

    oklahoma bombing
    oklahoma city bombing museum is dedicated at the oklahoma city national memorial
  • FBI agent

    FBI agent
    FBI agents Robert Hanssen is arrested and charged with spying for Russia for 15 years
  • A bomb explodes

    A bomb explodes
    outside BCC television centre in london . the attack was attributed to dissident Irish republican terrorist.
  • A few Islamic young men

    join Atta in Florida.
  • Easter

    Easter
    easter day ( not again until 2063)
  • President Bush describes the possible possession

    of missiles by rogue states as “today’s most urgent threat.” Also today, the Bush White House is told by the CIA that "a group presently in the United States" is planning a terrorist attack.
  • Dole's Ohio packaged salad plant named "Plant of the Year"

    Dole's Ohio packaged salad plant named "Plant of the Year"
    Dole’s Springfield, Ohio packaged salad plant was named “Plant of the Year” by Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine for its advanced automation, sanitation and changeover techniques.
  • Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001

    Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001
    The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 (Pub.L. 107–16, 115 Stat. 38, June 7, 2001), was a sweeping piece of tax legislation in the United States by President George W. Bush. It is commonly known by its abbreviation EGTRRA, often pronounced "egg-tra" or "egg-terra", and sometimes also known simply as the 2001 act (especially where the context of a discussion is clearly about taxes), but is more commonly referred to as one of the two "Bush tax cuts".
  • devastating terrorist attack leaves 3,000 dead in America

     devastating terrorist attack leaves 3,000 dead in America
    On September 11th, 2001, a series of coordinated suicide attacks took place in the United States. On that morning, 19 al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial airliners. The hijackers intentionally crashed two of the airliners into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York, killing everyone on board, along with many others working in the buildings.
  • 2001 anthrax attacks

    2001 anthrax attacks
    The 2001 anthrax attacks in the United States, also known as Amerithrax from its Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) case name, occurred over the course of several weeks beginning on Tuesday, September 18, 2001, one week after the September 11 attacks. Letters containing anthrax spores were mailed to several news media offices and two Democratic U.S. Senators, killing five people and infecting 17 others. According to the FBI, the ensuing investigation became "one of the largest and most comple
  • Patriot Act

    Patriot Act
    The USA PATRIOT Act of 2001 is an Act of the U.S. Congress that was signed into law by President George W. Bush on October 26, 2001. The title of the act is a ten letter acronym (USA PATRIOT) that stands for Uniting (and) Strengthening America (by) Providing Appropriate Tools Required (to) Intercept (and) Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001.[1]
  • Apple launches the iPod

    Apple launches the iPod
    ipod was a new line of portable media players designed and marketed by Apple. The first generation was launched on 10th November 2001. With its user-friendly interface and gigabytes of storage capacity, the iPod went on to become phenomenally successful. The introduction of the iTunes store, with millions of songs available to download, substantially boosted Apple's fortunes.
  • the open skies mutual surveillance treaty

    initially signed in 1992 officially enters into force.
  • super bowl XXXVI

    the new england patriots defeat the st. Louis Rams , 20-17 to win their first super bowl championship
  • soccer

    my first time playing soccer everyone was scared of the ball . but it was fun and i got really good at it
  • Winter olympic games

    Winter olympic games
    in salt lake city , utah ends
  • 2002 winter olympic games

    2002 winter olympic games
    in salt lake city, utah ends
  • world cup

    the 17th football world cup , co hosted by japan and south korea
  • gay rights

    gay rights
    the superior court of ontario orders ontario to recognize same- sex marriage
  • International day of peace

    by the unioted nations as a full day of ceasefire and nonviolence.
  • oil spoil

    oil spoil
    oil tanker prestige sinks off the Galician coast and causes a huge oil spill
  • space shuttle columbia

    space shuttle columbia
    columbia takes off for mission STS-107 which will be its final one.
  • State of the Union speech

    President Bush speaks of intelligence reports and says that Saddam Hussein is not disarming, he is deceiving. He says that he is ready to attack Iraq with a United Nations mandate. "We exercise power without conquest," he says, "and we sacrifice for the liberty of strangers."
  • worldwide protest against a war in Iraq.

    More than 10 million people in over 600 cities worldwide
  • Weapons inspectors

    Iraq have found al-Samoud missiles, which have a range that is proscribed by the UN. The chief UN weapons inspector, Hans Blix, orders Iraq to destroy the missiles.
  • ministers of Germany

    Russia and France say they will oppose any Security Council authorization of war against Iraq.
  • President Bush signs into law his tax plan

    designed to reduce taxes and stimulate economic growth. The act reduces the long-term individual income tax rate on capital gains to 15 percent, and it significantly reduces the amount of tax paid by investors on dividends and capital gains. A statement signed by 450 economists, including 10 Nobel Prize Laureates, oppose the tax-cut bill.
  • US troops

    US troops
    capture Baghdad , Saddam Hussein's regime falls two days later.
  • Retired U.S. Army General Jay Garner

    been appointed to administer a brief occupation of Iraq. He flies into Iraq with eight subordinates.
  • the cedar fire

    the cedar fire
    reported at 5:37 pm, it becomes the largest wildfire in california history
  • South Korean households

    subscribe to broadband internet services, up from fewer than one percent in 1995. South Korea is the most Internet wired nation in the world.
  • U.S. Secretary of Defense

    Donald Rumsfeld bans U.S. military personnel using cameras in Iraq.
  • U.S. Senator Inhoffe of Oklahoma

    describes global warming as a hoax.
  • Super Bowl XXXIX

    Super Bowl XXXIX
    Alltel Stadium
    Jacksonville, Florid
  • Super Bowl XL

    Super Bowl XL
    Ford Field
    Detroit, Michigan
  • Super Bowl XLI

    Super Bowl XLI
    Dolphin Stadium
    Miami, Florida
  • f&m pinic priceess

    i won f&m princess by selling tickets. i was the princess for the day and won 300 dollars
  • Super Bowl XLII

    Super Bowl XLII
    U. of Phoenix Stadium
    Glendale, Arizona
  • my first year of basketball

    i love it, but i was scared that i was gonna be picked on that i never showed up to any of the practices.
  • my first year participation award

    my first year of drama with out mrs. dryer
  • facebook

    first time i added facebook used to only have 500 friends now i have a thousand .. its crazy but i am addicated
  • The Pyrenean Ibex goes extinct

    The Pyrenean Ibex goes extinct
    One of two subspecies of Spanish Ibex, the Pyrenean Ibex once ranged across the Pyrenees in France and Spain and the surrounding area, including the Basque Country, Navarre, north Aragon and north Catalonia. A few hundred years ago they were numerous, but by 1900 their numbers had fallen to less than 100. After 1910, their numbers never rose above 40.
  • Super Bowl XLIII

    Super Bowl XLIII
    Raymond James Stadium
    Tampa, Florida
  • my 16th birthday

    my sister took me to see the broadway play wicked .. it was truly amazing
  • Hospital ( drama

    i played the part of a women nurse. i played the part pretty well i think .
  • Super Bowl XLIV

    Super Bowl XLIV
    Miami Gardens
    Florida
  • BERT AWARDS

    i was a forth year member
  • Berts with the stars

    third year members
  • my first car

    i got my first car on my birthday i was so excited
  • my first love

    cole and i dated for 2 years ,
  • Super Bowl XLV

    Super Bowl XLV
    Cowboys Stadium
    North Texas
  • my track year

    my first year in track i ran the 8 by 4's and from this day i hate running now. but the track meets was fun
  • my first prom

    at allen east with cole meyer
  • my lincess

    i was so nerves but now i can go where i want when i want
  • The Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

    60th anniversary of the Queen's accession to the thrones of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand (as well as the 60th anniversary of her becoming Head of the Commonwealth). Celebrations were held in these countries to mark the occasion.
  • Super Bowl XLVI

    Super Bowl XLVI
    Lucas Oil Stadium
    Indianapolis, Indiana
  • BPA

    love it. bree gentry and i was choose against alot of people for our bullying video . we didnt win, but we made a difference and thats all that matters
  • Euro 2000 is hosted by Belgium and the Netherlands

    Euro 2000 is hosted by Belgium and the Netherlands
    Consisting of 31 matches played between 16 teams, this was the first UEFA European football championship to be hosted by two countries. France defeated Italy 2-1 in the final, becoming the tournament's eleventh victor.
  • washigton dc trip

    i loved every minute of it. seeing the history that the people that we read about everyday in history class was amazing.. my favorite place was the holocaust museum.
  • The Mayan calendar reaches the end of its current cycle

    The Mayans were an ancient people that lived thousands of years ago, in what is now Central America. They are noted for having the only fully-developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas – as well as its art, architecture, mathematical and astronomical systems. As part of their culture, the Mayans used a Long Count calendar. This identified a particular date by counting the number of days from a starting date, which is calculated to have been 11th August 3114 BCE in the Gregorian cal
  • Birth of a royal baby

    Kate Middleton is the Duchess of Cambridge and wife of Prince William, the future King of England. In April 2011, their wedding was seen by hundreds of millions worldwide
  • my scholarship to the VFW

    my grandfather was a member of the VFW and they were offering scholarships so i went and got 500 dollars with my college fund.
  • my graduation day

    the day im completely done with school and all my hard work pays off :)
  • my first accident

    i hit a tree going 55mph on a jog road.