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John Dillinger

John Dillinger, in full John Herbert Dillinger (born June 28, 1902, or June 22, 1903,Indianapolis, Ind., U.S.—died July 22, 1934, Chicago, Ill.) most famous of all U.S. 1.702 palabras más

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Neal Pollard

They both had a mole next to one eye and a scar on the left wrist. They lived 54 miles apart, one in Brookville and the other in Mooresville, Indiana. 310 palabras más

A slice of Chicago and a pinch of Indianapolis

Chicago was the seventh or eighth big American city we’ve visited on this trip, but it felt like THE American city – dense, looming skyscrapers with the sun reflecting off them; steaming manhole covers; clack-clacketty Metro trains on elevated lines above the streets. 1.302 palabras más

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friday movie quote

“We’re having too good a time today. We ain’t thinking about tomorrow.”

-John Dillinger (Johnny Depp), Public Enemies (2009)

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this day in crime history: july 22, 1934

On this day in 1934, John Dillinger was shot and killed by lawmen as he left the Biograph Theater in Chicago, IL. FBI agents under Special Agent in Charge Melvin Purvis, along with officers from the East Chicago, IN Police Department set up a stakeout outside the theater, which was showing the film… 111 palabras más

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CLEAVELAND ROCKS!

July 22 in history:

On July 22nd, 1796, a portion of land along Lake Erie was named “Cleaveland,” in honor of Gen. Moses Cleaveland, the head of the surveying party.   77 palabras más

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Indiana: Putnam County

Putnam County (pop. 37,963) is west of Hendricks County. It was named for Revolutionary War hero Gen. Israel Putnam (1718-1790).

Putnam County is known for its nine historic covered bridges. 133 palabras más

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