Swap Ideas Day
When : September 10th
Swap Ideas Day encourages us to share and trade ideas and concepts. As you fully participate in this day, we think you will get plenty of good ideas to put to use in your everyday life. Some will be so good, that you will want to pass them along, (or swap them) to others.
Sharing is good. Ideas are a good thing, too. Putting the two together should produce a real winner of a day, eh!?
Hey, I've got an idea on how to celebrate this special day? Lets swap a few ideas between each other!!
Have a happy Swap Ideas Day!
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This Day in History September 10th
An earthquake known as "The Lesser Judgment Day" hits Constantinople. (1509)
Spanish Jesuit missionaries land in present-day Virginia to establish the short-lived Ajacán Mission. (1570)
John Smith is elected council president of Jamestown, Virginia. (1608)
American Revolutionary War: Nathan Hale volunteers to spy for the Continental Army. (1776)
The United States defeats the British Fleet at the Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812. (1913)
Elias Howe is granted a patent for the sewing machine. (1846)
George Mary Searle discovers the asteroid 55 Pandora. (1858)
Lattimer massacre: A sheriff's posse kills 20 unarmed immigrant miners in Pennsylvania, United States. (1897)
Austria and the Allies sign the Treaty of Saint-Germain recognizing the independence of Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. (1919)
The New York City Subway's third competing subway system, the municipally-owned IND, is opened. (1932)
Nine nations attend the Nyon Conference to address international piracy in the Mediterranean Sea. (1937)
World War II: The submarine HMS Oxley is mistakenly sunk by the submarine HMS Triton near Norway and becomes the Royal Navy's first loss. (1939)
World War II: Canada declares war on Nazi Germany, joining the Allies – France, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia. (1939)
World War II: The British Army carries out an amphibious landing on Madagascar to re-launch Allied offensive operations in the Madagascar Campaign. (1942)
World War II: German forces begin their occupation of Rome. (1943)
While riding a train to Darjeeling, Sister Teresa Bojaxhiu of the Loreto Sisters' Convent claimed to have heard the call of God, directing her "to leave the convent and help the poor while living among them". She would become known as Mother Teresa. (1946)
At the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Abebe Bikila becomes the first sub-Saharan African to win a gold medal, winning the marathon in bare feet. (1960)
Italian Grand Prix, a crash causes the death of German Formula One driver Wolfgang von Trips and 13 spectators who are hit by his Ferrari. (1961)
20 African-American students enter public schools in Alabama. (1963)
The United States suffers its first loss of an international basketball game in a disputed match against the Soviet Union at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany. (1972)
Charles Ingram cheats his way into winning one million pounds on a British version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire. (2001)
Switzerland, traditionally a neutral country, joins the United Nations. (2002)
The Large Hadron Collider at CERN, described as the biggest scientific experiment in history, is powered up in Geneva, Switzerland. (2008)