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  1. On 25 April 1801 he gave his first lecture on the subject of Galvanism, and by June his lectures drew large audiences and garnered rave reviews.

  2. Black Elk participated in the Battle of Little Bighorn (June 25-26, 1876) in eastern Montana. In later interviews, Black Elk claimed to have been proud of his participation, but it forced him to temporarily leave the United States.

  3. In late June, Union sappers dug under the line and set off an explosion that blew apart the Confederate line on June 25.

  4. McClellan's inaction was often the result of his belief that he simply did not have enough men to fight: his lack of confidence and indecision are often seen as the reason why he lost the Seven Days Battles (June 25-July 1, 1862) and the ultimate Union withdrawal from the Peninsula Campaign.

  5. 25 years ago, 'Twin Peaks' promised the return of 'Twin Peaks' for June 10th, 2016

  6. Longstreet redeemed himself during the Seven Days Battle from June 25 to July 1, 1862 near Richmond, Virginia: Longstreet picked up the slack from his underperforming Confederate peers and helped lead the Confederates to a decisive victory.

  7. The Queen's Official Birthday varies around the world. In Australia it's on second Monday in June. In Canada , last Monday before 25 May. In New Zealand, first Monday in June. In the UK, second Saturday of June. Queen Elizabeth II's actual birthday is 21 April 1926.

  8. The Seven Days Battles, which took place from June 25 to July 1, marked the end of the Peninsula Campaign for the Union.

  9. Black-bellied whistling ducks nest in the cavities of trees, in the nest boxes or on the ground, using little nesting material. Female lays 9 to 18 eggs (13 on average) from May to June. Eggs hatch after 25 to 30 days. Both parents participate in the incubation of eggs and rearing of chicks.

  10. Blade Runner" and "The Thing" were both released on the same day (June 25, 1982)

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Between June 25 1941 and December 1942 97,000 people died as a result of Carbon Monoxide poisoning.

The temperature within Tayrona National Park ranges from 25 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius. It is a temperate, hot climate and the rainy seasons are from September to November and May to June.

When Michael Jackson died on June 25 2009, websites like Google News, The Los Angeles Times, Wikipedia, Twitter, TechCrunch, TMZ faced outages for several minutes because of the rise in web traffic

June 25, 1910 The Mann Act passed. It is a federal statute that prohibits interstate or foreign transportation of an individual with the intention of engaging such individual in sexual activity or prostitution.

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