Contents
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    “Contents,” Friend, July 1985

    Friend

    July 1985

    Volume 15, Number 7

    Cover photos by Eldon K. Linschoten

    July 1 is Canada Day.

    July 3, 1608, Quebec was founded by Champlain.

    July 3, 1890, Idaho became forty-third state.

    July 4, 1776, Declaration of Independence (United States) was adopted.

    July 4, 1946, Philippines celebrated its first independence day.

    July 5, 1811, Venezuela declared its independence.

    July 9, 1816, Argentina declared its independence.

    July 10, 1890, Wyoming became forty-fourth state.

    July 14, 1789, became Bastille Day in France.

    July 15, 1870, Manitoba became province of Canada.

    July 16, 1790, District of Columbia was established.

    July 20, 1969, Neil A. Armstrong became first person to walk on moon.

    July 20, 1871, British Columbia became Canadian province.

    July 24, 1847, Latter-day Saint pioneers arrived in Salt Lake Valley.

    July 26, 1581, Netherlands declared its independence.

    July 27, 1953, Korean War ended.

    July 28, 1821, Peru declared its independence.

    July 31, 1498, Trinidad was discovered by Columbus.