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January 30, 1797 Edwin Vose Sumner born, Boston, Massachusetts
  Edwin Vose Sumner
January 30, 1816 Nathaniel Banks born, Waltham, Massachusetts
  Nathaniel Banks
January 30, 1835 President Andrew Jackson becomes the first President to survive an assassination attempt when the gun wielded by Richard Lawence misfires.
  Andrew Jackson
January 30, 1861 Louisiana Secessionist Convention selects 6 delegates to represent the state at the Convention of Seceded States in Montgomery, AL Louisiana
  Convention of Seceding States
January 30, 1862 USS Monitor, the first ship featuring a turreted center gun, is launched. The design changes naval warfare forever
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January 30, 1968 Helen Hayes welcomes guests to Ford's Theater at a gala ceremony
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