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Following is our collection of super amazing and curious facts and details explaining March 4. This list is intended for research in school, for college students or just to feed your brain with. Possible use cases are in quizzes, differences, homework facts legend, cover facts, and many more. But nevertheless learn why is March 4 so important!

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Top 10 March 4 facts that will blow your mind.

  1. The last time a living Democratic president transferred the presidency to another Democrat was on March 4, 1857.

  2. The pilot episode of the Lone Gunmen was about a conspiracy of the US government to hijack an airline and fly it into the World Trade Center to start a profit making war. It aired March 4, 2001.

  3. The first episode of an X-Files spin-off called "The Lone Gunmen", which aired March 4, 2001, involves a US government conspiracy to hijack an airliner, fly it into the World Trade Center, and blame it on terrorists - thereby gaining support for a new profit-making war

  4. The Royal Canadian Mint created a giant, million-dollar coin from nearly pure gold. It was stolen from a museum in Berlin in March, when the market price of the gold was nearly 4 times the coin's face value.

  5. In 1965 when Viola Liuzzo, a woman from Detroit who came to Selma, Alabama to march with MLK Jr. in protest of voting discrimination, was killed by 4 members of the KKK and one of them was an FBI informant named Gary Rowe. The FBI spread lies about Viola in order to make them look better.

  6. In 2007 about 300 University of Florida students marched to the steps of campus police headquarters the day following the infamous "don't tase me bro" incident. 4 weeks later the university sponsored a panel to discuss appropriate police practices. 15 people attended and one signed up to comment

  7. Benjamin Harrison continued with his political aspirations and was elected as United States President. He was sworn in on March 4, 1889.

  8. He was elected to the U.S. Senate in a special election on March 4, 1875.

  9. Female gives birth to 9 to 12 babies usually from March to April. Spiny bush vipers are 6 inches long at birth and have dark green bodies covered in wavy stripes. Young snakes attain adult coloration at the age of 3 to 4 months.

  10. Lemming is solitary creature. It gathers with other lemmings during the mating season, from March to September. Lemmings can reproduce rapidly when food is plentiful. Population of lemmings becomes extremely large every 3 to 4 years, but it equally rapidly declines when their habitat becomes overcrowded with predators.

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Females produce offspring every 8 to 12 months. Pregnancy lasts 118 days and ends with 2 to 4 piglets. Babies are born during the dry season, from January to March.

Stephens was injured when a gate fell on him while he and a slave were trying to repair it. He never completely recovered and died four months into his term as governor on March 4, 1883.

Mating takes place during February and March. Pregnancy lasts 63 days and female gives birth of 4 to 7 pups. Mortality rate in the wolf pack is high, 50% of babies can die due to different causes.

Adam Rainer (1899–4 March 1950), of Austria, is the only person in recorded history ever to have been both a dwarf and a giant. 4 feet 6.3 inches (138 cm) at 18 years old and 7 feet 8 inches (233.7 cm) when he died at the age of 51.

Males develop antlers that can reach 4 feet in length and 40 pounds of weight. Elks shed their antlers in March. New pair of antlers starts to grow in May. Antlers are covered with skin called velvet.

The most prolific inventor in the world is Kia Silverbrook with 4,665 issued U.S. utility patents as of March 26, 2014. Silverbrook has numerous inventions in the fields of digital paper, robotics, 3D printing, cryptography, and nanotechnology.

4-year-old Paulette Farah was reported missing from her room on 22 March 2010. Nine days later, Paulette's body was found in her bed where previously experts had come with trained dogs and where her mother had given interviews

Hemp is planted from March to May in the northern hemisphere and from September to November in the southern hemisphere. Plant is ready for the harvest 3 to 4 months later.

87 people were killed in NYC in 1990 by an arsonist with a small amount of gasoline. This mass murderer received a sentence of 4,350 years, but is up for parole in March of this year, 2015.

When Zachary Taylor was to be sworn in as president on Sunday, March 4, 1849, he refused to take the oath on the Sabbath. Instead David Atchison became president pro tempore for a day.

Due to President Taylor refusing to get inaugurated on a Sunday, the United States had a president serve for just one day: March 4, 1849

The "White Giant" glacier in Argentina's Los Glaciares National Park collapses into the sea every 4-5 years. It last collapsed in March 2012 and will collapse again in 2020.

Women's Day was observed on at least 4 different days in various countries before UN fixed it on 8th March in 1975 (International Women's Year).

On March 4, 1628 – The Massachusetts Bay Colony is granted a Royal charter, establishing a legal basis for the new English colony. Unaware that the Company was meant to support the Puritan emigration, Charles I assumed it was purely for business purposes.

In 1968 elite North Korean commandos were discovered by 4 brothers. Instead of killing them they gave them a lecture on the benefits of communism and let them go. Alerted ROK forces then discovered the commandos 100 meters from the presidential residence marching in impeccable ROK uniforms.

In 1963 4,000 children joined the Birmingham Marches for civil rights in Alabama, facing attack dogs, fire hoses, and violence from the police force. This was named the Children’s March and changed the tide of the civil rights movement.

The pilot of an X-Files spin-off entitled "The Lone Gunmen" featured a plot in which the government conspired to hijack a commercial airplane and fly it into the Twin Towers thereby creating new highly profitable war. The episode aired on March 4, 2001.

On March 4, 1849, David Rice Atchison was president of the United States for one day, according to his supporters, because Zachary Taylor refused to be inaugurated on a Sunday

Adam Rainer (1899 – 4 March 1950) is the only person in recorded history to have been both a dwarf and a giant. Going from 3'8" at age 21 to 7'8" at 51!

And asteroid that has a 1 in 4,000 chance of hitting Earth on March 16, 2,880.

Popular Design News of the Week: February 26, 2018 – March 4, 2018

Every ‘day’ in march leading up to the 28 has the same day order as february. Ex: Feb 4 and Mar 4 are both on a Sunday

The Gregorian calendar was created because the length of all 4 seasons didn't match the time it took the Earth to revolve around the sun. They also removed 10 days from the new calendar so Spring could still fall on March 21st.

Vince Gilligan, pre-Breaking Bad fame, created a television show that aired on March 4, 2001 about US government agents hijacking a plane and almost hitting the WTC, blaming it on terrorists to create a new for profit war.

In March 2019 the War in Afghanistan will become the longest United States combat force participation, overtaking the Vietnam War record of 17 years 4 months.