This Day In History: 04/18/1906 - San Francisco Earthquake and related media

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This Day in history - April 18, was the date of the great San Francisco earthquake which killed 3,000 people, Paul Revere's midnight ride, the death of physicist, Albert Einstein, and the first time the words "play ball" began a baseball game.

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    This Day in history - April 18, was the date of the great San Francisco earthquake which killed 3,000 people, Paul Revere's midnight ride, the death of physicist, Albert Einstein, and the first time the words "play ball" began a baseball game.

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