October 28, 2014 in History


Australia bans all visas from the Ebola-hit nations of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone; the nation's officials state that this is required to preserve public health, but health experts have criticized the policy

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1965 630 foot high Gateway Arch completed in St. Louis
1954 Ernest Hemingway wins Nobel prize for literature
1886 Statue of Liberty dedicated by President Grover Cleveland
1858 Macy's Department store opens in New York City
1793 Eli Whitney applies for a patent on cotton gin
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