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March 3 - Hinamatsuri (Doll Festival, also known as Girls' Day) in Japan.
March 4, 1804 -
Castle Hill Rising began when convicts in Australia seized firearms.
March 5, 1953
- Joseph Stalin, Soviet dictator, died.
March 7, 1876 - Alexander Graham Bell, patented the telephone.
March 10, 1908 - Australian geologist and explorer Sir Douglas Mawson reached the summit of Mount Erebus, Antarctica. Download Antarctica Scavenger Hunt.
March 12, 1913 - Canberra's founding ceremony was held on Capital Hill.
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March 12, 1930 - Indian nationalist Mohandas Gandhi and his followers began the 24-day Dandi march  to protest the British tax on salt.
March 15, 44 B.C. - Julius Caesar assassinated. Download Julius Caesar Scavenger Hunt.
March 15, 1877 - First cricket test between England and Australia, in Melbourne.
March 17 - St. Patrick's Day.
March 19, 1932 - The Sydney Harbour Bridge opened in Australia.

March 3, 1847 - Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone.  View his TIMELINE 
March 6, 1475 - Michelangelo Buonarroti, Italian artist, born. View his TIMELINE 
March 6, 1937 - Valentina Tereshkova, Soviet cosmonaut and first woman in space.
March 9, 1856 - Tom Roberts, Australian landscape painter.
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March 14, 1879 - Albert Einstein, the most important physicist of the 1900's and one of the greatest and most famous scientists.
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March 17, 1895 - Lloyd Rees, Australian artist.
March 20, 1934 - David Malouf, Australian novelist and poet.
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March 20, 1796 - Edward Gibbon Wakefield, pioneer of planned settlement in New Zealand.

 

Who is this person born on MARCH 16, 1774?
Clue:
He charted and explored much of the coast of Australia. Check your answer 



 

 

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