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On Monday, March 5, 1770, a small number of British soldiers fired on a crowd of angry colonists, killing five, in what came to be known as “The Boston Massacre.” The occupation of Boston by British soldiers was fiercely opposed and a crowd gathered outside the Customs House began to pelt soldiers with snowballs and rocks. Many believe the initial shot was fired by accident, but the incident inflamed public opinion against the British.

On March 5, 1963, the Hula Hoop was patented.

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