It's fun to look back over the years and see the significance of certain dates. Here's a few to check out! I didn't realize it's been since 1918 Congress approved Daylight Saving Time!
u 2007: The first "Forever Stamp" is unveiled March 26 by the U.S. Postal Service.
u 1998: "Titanic" wins 11 awards at the March 23 Oscar ceremonies.
u 1989: Oil tanker Exxon Valdez spills 240,000 barrels near Alaska on March 24.
u 1984: The U.S. Senate rejects an amendment March 20 to permit spoken school prayer.
u 1980: On March 21, President Carter announces a boycott of the Moscow Olympics.
u 1974: OPEC lifts a five-month oil embargo against the U.S. on March 18.
u 1965: On March 20, civil rights marchers depart Selma, AL, for Montgomery, AL.
u 1934: The first Masters golf tournament tees off March 22 in Augusta, GA.
u 1918: On March 19, Congress approves Daylight Saving Time.
u 1852: Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is published March 20.
u 1457: The Gutenberg Bible, the first printed book, is completed on March 22.