On this day in history, The Supreme Court was established, September 24th, 1789

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Today in History For September 24th

On September 24th in 1789, George Washington signed 'The Judiciary Act of 1789' which effectively established the Supreme Court of the United States.

Other Events on September 24th:
1896
: F. Scott Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul, Minnesota.
1948: Honda Motor Company was incorporated in Japan.
1968: 60 minutes premiered on CBS.
1988: Ben Johnson won the Olympic gold medal for the 100m dash, but his title was relinquished when he tested positive for steroids three days later.
2013: A 7.7 magnitude scale earthquake hit Pakistan and caused a small new island to be formed by pushing up seabed.

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