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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