January 14 in History

January 14 in History

1639: The first constitution of Connecticut, Fundamental Orders, was adopted.
1784: The United States ratified treaty with England ending the Revolutionary War.
1943: President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill meet at the Casablanca Conference.
1953: Tito formally became the first president of the Republic of Yugoslavia.
1954: Marilyn Monroe married baseball legend Joe DiMaggio.
1963: George Wallace sworn in as Alabama's governor, promising "segregation forever."
1973: The Miami Dolphins became the first NFL team to go undefeated and have a perfect season by beating the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII.
1990: The Simpsons premiered on television.