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GENERAL
Born April 5th
1827: Joseph Lister, English physician, founded the idea of using antiseptics during surgery.
1839: Robert Smalls, black congressman from South Carolina, 1875-87.
1856: Booker T. Washington, former slave, educator, founded the Tuskegee Institute.
1858: Washington Atlee Burpee, founded the world's largest mail-order seed company.
1900: Spencer Tracy, actor (Adam's Rib, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner).
April 5th
in history
1861: Gideon Wells, the Secretary of the Navy issues official orders for the
1865: As the Confederate army approaches Appomattox, it skirmishes with Union forces at Amelia Springs and Paine's Cross Road.
1908: The Japanese Army reaches Yalu River as Russians retreat.
1919: Eamon de Valera becomes president of Ireland.
1930: Mahatma Ghandi defies British law by making salt in India instead of buying it from the British.