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On March 19, 1734, patriot Thomas McKean was born in Pennsylvania. McKean went on to sign the Declaration of Independence and to serve as president of the state of Delaware, chief justice of Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court and president of the U.S. Congress under the Articles of Confederation.

On March 19, 1920, for the second time, the United States Senate rejected the Treaty of Versailles, negotiated after World War I.

On March 19, 1931, with the state suffering from the economic Great Depression, Nevada’s legislature passed legislation legalizing gambling.

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