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This Day In History: 03/24/1989 - Exxon Valdez Runs Aground

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Russell Mitchell recaps the major historical events that occurred on March 24th in this video clip from This Day in History. The Exxon Valdez spilled eleven million gallons of oil into Prince William Sound in Alaska as well as Elvis joining the army. The British enacted the Quartering Act which forced American colonists to put up British soldiers in their homes. Also, on March 24, Halle Berry became the first African American woman to win the Oscar for Best Actress.