This Day In History: April 5

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Fox broadcasting made it's primetime debut with sitcom Married with Children on April 5th as we are told by Russ Mitchell in this video clip from This Day In History. George Washington casted the first Presidential veto on this day as well. Aviation pioneer and billionaire Howard Hughes died in Houston, Texas along with his secret on April 5th. Also, a cease fire was declared between the English colonists and the Powhatan Indian Confederacy on this day when the chief's daughter Pocahontas married colonist John Rolfe.

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