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1520: Spanish explorer Ferdinand Magellan, having discovered a strait at the tip of South America, enters the Pacific.
1729: Natchez Indians massacre most of the 300 French settlers and soldiers at Fort Rosalie, Louisiana.
1861: The Confederate Congress admits Missouri to the Confederacy, although Missouri has not yet seceded from the Union.
1868: Mt. Etna in Sicily violently erupts.
1872: The Modoc War of 1872-73 begins in northern California when fighting breaks out between Modoc Chief Captain Jack and a cavalry detail led by Captain James Jackson.