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Thank you for your interest in the “Today in History” newsletter! Despite the site’s name, “Today in History” is updated weekly. Sometimes the articles coincide with current events, and sometimes they don’t, but I hope they’re always entertaining!

Also once a week, I send out a free newsletter to keep you updated on what I’ve been doing. The newsletter gives you links to the most recent articles, profiles of historic figures and their claims to fame, significant dates, and miscellaneous trivia that are just fun to read about. Here’s a preview of what to look forward to:

On This Date
Almost every day in our lives today is a commemoration of something notable in history. In January alone, New Year’s Day falls on the 1st, science-fiction author Isaac Asimov was born on the 2nd, and Alaska became the 49th U.S. state on the 3rd. Discover more about each day of the upcoming week in every newsletter.

What happened to Edgar Allan Poe in the days before he died? Why do we celebrate Valentine’s Day, April Fool’s, or Halloween? Who invented the roller coaster? Almost everyone loves a mystery! Find out just what we know about puzzling events and half-forgotten people in each week’s newsletter.

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