August 4 in Pop Culture History

August 4 in Pop Culture History

70 – The Second Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed by the Romans.

1693 – Celebratory date for Dom Perignon’s invention of Champagne.

1790 – A tariff act created the need for the Revenue Cutter Service, later renamed The United States Coast Guard.

1892 – The father and stepmother of Lizzie Borden were found murdered in their Fall River, Massachusetts home. Lizzie was acquitted of the crime.

1921 – Cropdusting …