Motorcycle Speed Record; Pancakes Go Public; Edward Bellamy Is Born: Providential History Podcast (Week of March 25)

Motorcycle Speed Record; Pancakes Go Public; Edward Bellamy Is Born: Providential History Podcast (Week of March 25)

A 68-year-old man sets a motorcycle record. Pancakes are made in public for the first time. And Edward Bellamy – the author of a major book on socialism – is born.

It all happened the week of March 25, and it’s all discussed on this week’s edition of Providential History.

March 25

One Direction, motorcycle speed record, homeschoolers lose major case, pancakes go public.

 

March 26

Edward Bellamy’s book Looking Backyard.

 

March 27

Hymnwriter George Matheson, Rupert of Salzburg.

 

March 28

Hymnwriter Elizabeth Rundle Charles, Billy Graham, the first washing machine.

 

March 29

Ray Palmer, the first pencil eraser, Nazi Germany.

 

March 30

The Beatles, Alaska is bought from Russia.

 

March 31

Composer Franz Joseph Haydn, Daylight Saving Time.

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