June is nearly over – can you answer these past June events & discoveries?

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One day….many years ago…in JUNE….

1742 – Benjamin Franklin put the final touches on something we all use now….

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1770 – Captain James Cook discovered what?

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1896 – Henry Ford……

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1927 – The first of a ‘specific’ award was awarded to Charles Lindbergh….

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1928 – Amelia Earhart did what?

Amelia Earhart

1955 –  Which Walt Disney animated movie was released?


1961 – Which of Elvis song reached #1 in the charts?


1969 – Which Beatles song featuring John Lennon hits #1 in the UK?

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  • 1742 – Benjamin Franklin put the final touches on his stove, the Franklin Stove
  • 1770 – Captain James Cook discovered The Great Barrier Reef in Australia
  • 1896 – Henry Ford created the first horseless carriage
  • 1927 – The 1st Distinguished Flying Cross was awarded to Charles Lindbergh
  • 1928 – Amelia Earhart as a passenger, joined pilot Wilmer Stultz to become the first woman to be flown over the Atlantic Ocean
  • Walt Disney animated movie, The Lady and the Tramp was released
  • 1961 – Elvis song “Are You Lonesome Tonight’ hits #1 in the charts
  • 1969 – Beatles song, The Ballad of John and Yoko,  hits #1 in the UK

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