This is History: U.S. Postal Service Opens, Lincoln’s Emancipation, Chicago Blackhawks Debut, Kennedy-Nixon Debate, Cubs clinch NL East Title in ’84

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Dave Schwan and Dave Plier talk about the creation of the US Post Office in 1789, President Lincoln’s Emancipation in 1862, Henry Ford announces the 8 hour-5 day workweek, the Chicago Blackhawks are formed, the White Sox clinch the AL Pennant in 1959, the Kennedy-Nixon Debate in Chicago, ‘The Munsters’ premieres and the Cubs clinch.

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