On This Day: March 28th
This is 88th day of the year and 278 days remain in the year.
Nathaniel Briggs patented a washing machine.
The Spanish Civil War ended.
Author Virginia Woolf drowned herself.
The most violent earthquake (9.2) in the United States struck Prince William Sound, Alaska.
Nuclear power plant accident at Three Mile Island, near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Supreme Court rules unanimously that an anonymous tip does not justify a stop-and-frisk action against a person.
March 28 BirthdaysMario Vargas LlosaPronunciation: [mär´yO vär´gäs yO´sä]
1936—, Peruvian novelist and politician.
Lady Gagasinger, songwriter
Reba McEntirecountry singer