This Day in History

September 25th in History

Balboa reaches the Pacific, Congress passes the Bill of Rights, and the 101st Airborne desegregates a Little Rock high school. Fletcher Christian, William Faulkner, Phil Rizzuto, Barbara Walters, Scottie Pippin, and Will Smith are born; Emily Post, Don Adams, and Arnold Palmer die. Happy National Psychotherapy Day!

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Quote of the Day

William Faulkner, writer, born September 25, 1897

"Yesterday won't be over until tomorrow and tomorrow began ten thousand years ago."

William Faulkner, writer born September 25, 1897