September 4, 1927 in History

Event:

Charles Lindbergh visits Boise, Idaho, on his cross-country tour





Charles Lindbergh History:
August 26, 1974 - Charles Lindbergh, aviator, dies at 72
September 11, 1941 - Charles Lindbergh, charges "British, Jewish and Roosevelt administration" are trying to get U.S. into WW II
April 2, 1932 - Charles Lindbergh turns over $50,000 as ransom for kidnapped son
September 17, 1927 - Charles Lindbergh visits San Francisco
June 13, 1927 - Ticker-tape parade welcomed Charles Lindbergh to New York City
June 11, 1927 - Charles Lindbergh is awarded the 1st Distinguished Flying Cross
February 4, 1902 - Charles Lindbergh, born in Detroit, Michigan, pilot, 1st fly solo across Atlantic


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