Oscar James Dunn, Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana, died unexpectedly while trying to gain control of the state government on this date in 1871. It is believed by many that Dunn fell victim to poisoning. He was succeeded by P. B. S. Pinchback.
French General Lafayette honored James Armistead, on this date in 1784, for his actions in the Revolutionary War. Armistead was a spy who participated in the operation that surrounded British Army leader, Lord Cornwallis, and led to the British surrender. Click Here to purchase your copy of “Black Heroes of the American Revolution” by Burke
Ola Orekunrin “Against all odds, I passed my A-Levels with flying colors, started my degree at the University of York at 15. I supported myself all through, working. I wrote my final medical examinations at 21, thus emerging the youngest medical doctor in England,” said Ola Orekunrin. Determined to make a difference in medical practice,