July 10, 2015 in History


The Confederate flag is removed from the South Carolina capitol grounds after the state government enacted a law to permanently remove it; the flag, part of U.S. Civil War history, is viewed by many as a symbol of racism

More Notable Events on July 10:
1985 Coca-Cola Co announces it will resume selling old formula Coke
1985 French agents sink Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior
1956 650,000 U.S. steel workers go on strike
1929 U.S. issues newer, smaller-sized paper currency
1892 1st concrete-paved street built, Bellefountaine, Ohio
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