February


February 1
1552 Legal scholar Edward Coke was born in Mileham, England.
1709 Alexander Selkirk, the real Robinson Crusoe, was rescued after spending 4-1/2 years on the uninhabited island of Juan Fernandez.
1799 John Fries led several hundred men in opposition to the direct federal property tax established in 1798 in preparation for war with France.
1810 Abolitionist Charles Lenox Redmond was born in Salem, Massachusetts.

Charles Lenox Redmond
1859 Composer Victor Herbert was born in Dublin, Ireland.
1865 Abraham Lincoln signed the federal bill abolishing slavery.
1895 Film director John Ford (Sean O'Feeney) was born at Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
1901 Movie star Clark Gable was born in Cadiz, Ohio.

Clark Gable
1904 Humorist S. J. Perelman was born in New York City.

S. J. Perelman
1937 Pop singer Don Everly was born in Brownie, Kentucky.

Don and Phil Everly
1944 Outstanding defensive center fielder Paul Blair was born in Cushing, Oklahoma.
1949 RCA released the first 45 rpm single record.


February 2
1819 The Dartmouth College Case placed charters of existing private corporations outside the scope of control of the states.
1859 Psychologist Havelock Ellis was born in Croydan, England.
1876 Baseball's National League was formed.
1905 Ayn Rand (Alissa Rosenbaum), libertarian novelist and philosopher, was born in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ayn Rand
1927 Saxaphonist Stan Getz was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1936 The names of the five charter members of the Baseball Hall of Fame were announced: Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Matthewson, and Walter Johnson.

Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson, and Walter Johnson
1937 Comedian Tom Smothers was born in New York City.
1947 Actress and model Farrah Fawcett was born in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Farrah Fawcett
1950 What's My Line? premiered on CBS with Yankee shortstop Phil Rizzuto as the first "mystery guest."

Phil Rizzuto


February 3
1632 Watertown settlers protested taxation imposed by the Court of Assistants at Boston, in which they had no voice.
1809 Composer Felix Mendelssohn was born in Hamburg, Germany.
1811 Newspaper editor and abolitionist Horace Greeley was born in Amherst, New Hampshire.
1868 Matthew Vassar left money to found Vassar college.
1894 Painter Norman Rockwell was born in New York City.

Norman Rockwell
1907 Novelist James Michener was born in New York City.
1922 Free-market economist Hans Sennholz was born in Bergkamem, Germany.

Hans Sennholz
1926 Comedian Shelly Berman was born in Chicago, Illinois.
1940 Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton was born in Richmond, Virginia.
1940 Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Bob Griese was born in Evansville, Indiana.
1994 The USA ended its 19-year trade ban against Vietnam.


February 4
1746 American Revolutionary War engineer Tadeusz Kosciuszko was born in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (now Belarus).

Tadeusz Kosciuszko
1902 Aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh was born in Detroit, Michigan.

Charles Lindbergh
1906 Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a theologian who plotted to overthrow Hitler, was born in Breslau, Germany.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer
1918 Actress Ida Lupino was born in Camberwell, London, England.

Ida Lupino
1945 Comedian David Brenner was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1959 Pro football star Lawrence Taylor was born in Williamsburg, Virginia.
1973 Boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya was born in Los Angeles, California.


February 5
1631 Roger Williams, leader for religious freedom, arrived in America.

Roger Williams
1715 James Otis, resistance leader, was born in Massachusetts.

James Otis
1744 Weatherman and physician John Jeffries was born in Boston, Massachusetts.
1777 Entail and primogeniture were abolished in Georgia. Entail limited an estate so that it could be passed only to a specified class of heirs (such as males), and not to all heirs. Primogeniture was the right, by law or custom, of the firstborn to inherit the entire estate, to the exclusion of younger siblings.
1829 The Mississippi legislature declared the tariff of 1828 unconstitutional.
1840 John Dunlop, inventor of the pneumatic tire, was born in Scotland.
1870 A motion picture was shown to a theater audience for the first time, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1906 Actor John Carradine (Richmond Reed Carradine) was born in Greenwich Villiage, New York.
1912 The British Arbitration League issued an appeal against air war. Signers included Arthur Conan Doyle, Thomas Hardy, and J. S. Sargent.
1919 Actor and comedian Red Buttons was born in the Bronx, New York.
1934 Baseball great Hank Aaron was born in Mobile, Alabama.

Hank Aaron
1942 Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach was born in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1948 Actress Barbara Hershey (Barbara Hertzstein) was born in Los Angeles, California.
1952 Libertarian law professor and author Randy Barnett was born.

Randy Barnett


February 6
1648 John Lilburne published the pamphlet The People’s Prerogative.
1895 Baseball great Babe Ruth was born in Baltimore, Maryland.

Babe Ruth
1931 Actor Rip Torn (Elmore Torn Jr.) was born in Temple, Texas.

Rip Torn as Dr. Renatus Hartogs

1945 Reggae musician and peace maker Bob Marley was born in Rhoden Hall, Jamaica.

Bob Marley
1953 US wartime controls on wages and consumer goods ended.


February 7
1804 Steel-plow inventor John Deere was born in Rutland, Vermont.
1812 Novelist Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth, England.

Charles Dickens
1867 Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of "Little House" books and mother of libertarian writer Rose Wilder Lane, was born near Pepin, Wisconsin.

Laura Ingalls Wilder
1883 Composer and pianist Eubie Blake was born in Baltimore, Maryland.
1885 Novelist Sinclair Lewis (Harry Sinclair Lewis) was born in Sauk Center, Minnesota.
1905 Economist F. A. "Baldy" Harper was born in Middleville, Michigan. He founded the Institute for Humane Studies.

F. A. Harper
1954 Actor Miguel Ferrer was born in Santa Monica, California.
1962 Singer Garth Brooks was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
1964 The Beatles arrived in New York City.
1985 "Baby Doc" Duvalier fled Haiti after 28 years in power.
1990 The Soviet Union collapsed. The Central Committee agreed to give up its power monopoly.


February 8
1828 The "father of science fiction," Jules Verne, was born in Nantes, France.

Jules Verne
1834 Chemist Dmitri Mendeleev was born in Verkhnie Aremzyani, Russian Empire. He formulated the Periodic Law and created a periodic table of elements.
1883 Economist Joseph Schumpeter was born in Trest, Moravia, Austria–Hungary.
1925 Actor Jack Lemmon (John Uhler Lemmon III) was born in Boston, Massachusetts.
1931 Actor James Dean was born in Fairmont, Indiana.
1937 Yankee third-baseman Clete Boyer was born in Cassville, Missouri.

Clete Boyer
1955 Author John Grisham was born in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
1986 Riley Halliday was born.

Riley Halliday


February 9
1770 Bostonians organized against drinking tea until the tax was removed.
1866 Humorist George Ade was born in Kentland, Indiana.
1923 Theodora Nathalia "Tonie" Nathan, 1972 Libertarian Party candidate for Vice President of the United States and the first woman to receive a vote in the Electoral College, was born in New York City.

Tonie Nathan
1924 The Shandaken Aqueduct opened to supply water to New York City. The Shandaken Tunnel is the longest tunnel in the world (18 miles). It connects the Schoharie Reservoir to the Esopus Creek and the Ashokan Reservoir. The water flows 100 miles from the Catskills to New York City by gravity through mountains and deep under the Hudson River.
1942 Singer and songwriter Carole King was born in Brooklyn, New York.
1943 Actor Joe Pesci was born in Newark, New Jersey.
1945 Actress Mia Farrow was born in Los Angeles, California.
1951 Pitcher Satchel Paige was signed by the St. Lewis Browns at age 45.
1964 The Beatles had their debut on The Ed Sullivan Show.

The Beatles
1971 Pitcher Satchel Paige became the first negro-league player to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. "He threw as far from the bat and as close to the plate as enyone I ever saw." - Casey Stengel.

Satchel Paige


February 10
1775 Essayist Charles Lamb was born in London, England.
1890 Boris Pasternak, author of Doctor Zhivago, was born in Moscow, Russia.
1893 Entertainer Jimmy Durante was born in New York City.

Jimmy Durante
1915 Yankee pitcher Allie Reynolds was born in Bethany, Oklahoma.

Allie Reynolds
1933 The first singing telegram was delivered, in New York City.
1939 Singer Roberta Flack was born in Black Mountain, North Carolina.
1946 Singer and songwriter Donovan Leitch was born in Glasgow, Scotland.
1949 Libertarian author, educator, and speaker George H. Smith was born in Japan.

George H. Smith
1950 Olympic swimming champion Mark Spitz was born in Modesto, California.
1955 Golfing star Greg Norman was born in Melbourne, Australia.
1967 Actress Laura Dern was born in Los Angeles, California.


February 11
1768 Samuel Adams circulated a letter in which he denied Parliament any authority to tax colonists.

Sam Adams
1790 The Society of Friends petitioned Congress to abolish slavery.
1802 Abolitionist Lydia Maria Child was born in Medford, Massachusetts.

Lydia Maria Child
1847 Inventor Thomas Edison was born in Milan, Ohio.

Thomas Edison
1922 Actor Leslie Nielson was born in Regina, Canada.

Leslie Nielson
1936 Actor Burt Reynolds was born in Waycross, Georgia.
1941 Musician and bandleader Sergio Mendes was born in Niterol, Brazil.
1941 Glenn Miller was awarded the first gold record for Chattanooga Choo Choo.
1986 Soviet dissident Anatoly Scharansky was freed after 8 years in prison.
1990 Anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandella was released after 27 years in jail.


February 12
1761 Through a decree by the Marquis of Pombal, the Portugese government abolished slavery in mainland Portugal and in Portuguese possessions in India. 1809 Charles Darwin, biological evolution theorist, was born in Shrewsbury, England.

Charles Darwin
1851 Eugene von Bohm-Bawerk, economist and social theorist, was born in Brno, Austrian Empire.

Eugene von Bohm-Bawerk
1915 Actor Lorne Greene was born in Ottowa, Ontario, Canada.
1926 Sportscaster and baseball player Joe Garagiola was born in St. Louis, Missouri.
1934 Basketball great Bill Russell was born in Monroe, Lousiana.

Bill Russell


February 13
1741 The American Magazine, the first magazine in America, was published three days ahead of Benjamin Franklin's General Magazine.
1776 The first open proposal for independence was offered in the Second Continental Congress by James Wilson.
1892 Painter Grant Wood was born near Anamosa, Iowa.

Paintings by Grant Wood
1919 Singer "Tennessee" Ernie Ford was born in Bristol, Tennessee.
1971 New York Libertarian Alliance and Society for Individual Liberty sponsored a conference at Columbia University.


February 14
1801 "Aunt" Mary Prout was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She founded a secret society that became the Independent Order of St. Luke, which grew to 1500 chapters across the country by 1900, to help pay for medical care and burial services for needy African-Americans.
1859 George Washington Ferris, inventor of the Ferris wheel, was born in Galesburg, Illinois.
1882 George Jean Nathan, drama critic and associate of H. L. Mencken, was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
1894 Comedian Benjamin Kebelsky (Jack Benny) was born in Chicago, Illinois.

Jack Benny
1912 Author Edmund Love was born in Flint, Michigan.
1913 Sportscaster Mel Allen (Melvin Allen Israel) was born in Birmington, Alabama.

Mel Allen
1921 TV show host Hugh Downs was born in Akron, Ohio.
1948 Magician, illusionist, comedian, and writer Teller was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Teller is a fellow of the Cato Institute (a free market libertarian think tank which also lists his comedy and magic act partner Penn Jillette as a fellow).

Teller


February 15
1564 Physicist and astronomer Galileo Galilei was born in Pisa, Italy.

Galileo Galilei
1791 Thomas Jefferson sent a letter to President George Washington stating that a National Bank is not authorized in the Constitution.

Thomas Jefferson
1804 New Jersey passed an act to abolish slavery.
1812 Charles Lewis Tiffany, American jeweler, was born in Killingly, Connecticut.
1820 Susan B. Anthony, abolitionist and women's-rights advocate, was born in Adams, Massachusetts.
1842 Adhesive postage stamps were introduced in the USA by a private company.
1851 Shadrach Minkins, a fugitive slave, was rescued by members of the anti-slavery Boston Vigilance Committee, who used force to take him from United States marshals in Boston. From Boston, Minkins was spirited to Canada, where he settled in Montreal.
1887 Frank Chodorov, libertarian social philosopher, was born in New York City.

Frank Chodorov
1905 Composer Harold Arlen was born in Buffalo, New York.
1914 Actor Kevin McCarthy (Invasion of the Body Snatchers) was born in Seattle, Washington.

Kevin McCarthy
1916 The NY Yankees purchased future Hall of Fame third baseman Frank "Home Run" Baker from the Philadelphia Athletics.
1927 Comedian Harvey Korman was born in Chicago, Illinois.
1951 Actress Jane Seymour was born in Hillingdon, England.
1974 Writer Aleksandr Solzhenitayn arrived in Switzerland after being expelled from the USSR.


February 16
1822 Geneticist Francis Galton was born in Birmingham, England.
1903 Ventriloquist Edgar Bergen was born in Chicago, Illinois.
1935 Composer and entertainer Sonny Bono (Salvatore Bono) was born in Detroit, Michigan.
1959 Tennis champion and sportscaster John McEnroe was born in Wiesbaden, Germany.


February 17
1653 Composer and violinist Arcangelo Corelli was born in Fusignano, Italy.
1755 Katherine Littlefield Greene was born on Block Island, Rhode Island. She was the widow of General Nathaniel Greene when she hired Eli Whitney to work on her plantation and helped him invent the cotton gin.
1776 The first volume of Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon was published.

Edward Gibbon
1781 Rene Theophile Laennec, inventor of the stethoscope, was born in Quimper, France.
1801 The House of Representatives broke a tie in the 1800 Presidential election between Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson on the 35th ballot, when Alexander Hamilton wielded his influence against Burr to elect Jefferson. (Three years late, on July, 11, 1804, Burr shot Hamilton in a duel. Hamilton died the next day.)
1936 Football star Jim Brown was born at St. Simons Island, Georgia.
1963 Basketball great Michael Jordan was born in Brooklyn, New York.

Michael Jordon


February 18
1688 The first public stand against slavery was taken by Quakers at Germantown, Pennsylvania. They protested against "traffic in the bodies of men" and "the buying and keeping of Negroes."
1745 Physicist Alessandro Volta was born in Como, Italy.
1765 Citizens of North Carolina united to prevent operation of the Stamp Act.
1848 Louis Comfort Tiffany, son of jeweler Charles Louis Tiffany, was born in New York City. He became famous for his work with decorative iridescent "favrile" glass.

Tiffany Lamps
1859 Sholem Aleichem, the "Jewish Mark Twain," was born in Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine. (His real name was Solomon Rabinowitz.)
1885 Mark Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was published.

Mark Twain
1920 Actor Jack Palance was born in Lattimer, Pennsylvania.
1920 TV star Bill Cullen was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Bill Cullen (left)
1927 Actor George Kennedy was born in New York City.
1932 Film director Milos Forman was born in Caslaz, Czechoslovakia.
1950 Actress Cybill Shepherd was born in Memphis, Tennessee.
1952 Singer Juice Newton (Judy Cohen) was born in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
1955 Actor John Travolta was born in Englewood, New Jersey.
1957 TV show decoration Vanna White was born in Conway, South Carolina.


February 19
1473 Astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus was born in Torun, Poland.

Nicolaus Copernicus
1624 The King of Portugal forbade the enslavement of Chinese of either sex.
1717 Actor David Garrick was born in Hereford, England.
1861 The Russian serfs were granted freedoms by the Emancipation Act.
1878 Journalist and social philosopher Garet Garrett was born in Pana, Illinois.

Garet Garrett
1916 Jockey Eddie Arcaro was born in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1924 Actor Lee Marvin was born in New York City.

Lee Marvin
1940 Singer and songwriter William "Smokey" Robinson was born in Detroit, Michigan.

Smokey Robinson
1955 Actor Jeff Daniels was born in Chelsea, Mississippi.
1957 The NY Yankees obtained pitchers Art Ditmar and Bobby Shantz, and infielders Clete Boyer, Jack McMahon, and Wayne Belardi from Kansas City.


February 20
1726 William Prescott, American Revolutionary War soldier, was born at Groton, Massachusetts.
1805 Abolitionist Angelina Grimke was born in Charleston, South Carolina.

Angelina Grimke
1902 Photographer Ansel Adams was born in San Francisco, California.

Photos by Ansel Adams at Yosemite National Park

1920 Charles E. Stotz, the founder of Little League baseball, was born in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
1927 Actor Sidney Poitier, was born in Miami, Florida.
1929 Beverly Louise Neill Amanda Blake, the actress who played Miss Kitty on Gunsmoke, was born in Buffalo, New York.

Amanda Blake
1933 Prohibition was revoked by Congress.
1937 Singer Nancy Wilson was born in Chillicothe, Ohio.

Nancy Wilson
1941 Native-Canadian folk singer Buffy Sainte-Marie (Beverly Saint-Marie) was born in Craven, Saskatchewan, Canada.
1942 Hockey star Phil Esposito was born in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada.
1963 Basketball star Charles Barkley was born in Leeds, Alabama.
1966 Supermodel Cindy Crawford was born in DeKalb, Illinois.

Cindy Crawford


February 21
1765 North Carolina citizens forced court and customs officials to swear an oath not to enforce the Stamp Act.
1893 Guitarist Andres Segovia was born in Linares, Granada, Spain.
1927 Humor columnist Erma Bombeck was born in Dayton, Ohio.
1933 Singer, songwriter, pianist, and tax evader Eunice Kathleen Waymon (Nina Simone) was born in Tryon, North Carolina.
1955 Actor Kelsey Grammar was born on St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands.


February 22
1630 Indians introduced Pilgrims to popcorn at a Thanksgiving feast.
1732 Revolutionary War leader George Washington was born at Bridges Creek in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

George Washington
1784 The first US ship to trade with China, Empress of China, sailed from New York City.
1857 Physicist Heinrich Hertz was born in Hamburg, Germany.
1879 Frank W. Woolworth opened his first store in Utica, New York. The price for each item was five cents.

Frank W. Woolworth
1950 Basketball star Julius "Dr. J" Erving was born in Roosevelt, New York.


February 23
1685 Composer Frederick Handel was born in Halle, Germany.
1817 Painter and sculptor George Frederick Watts was born in Marylebone, London.
1929 New York Yankee star Elston Howard was born in St. Louis, Missouri.

Elston Howard
1939 Actor Peter Fonda was born in New York City.


February 24
1761 James Otis made an argument in court against writs of assistance (general search warrants that did not expire, allowing sheriffs to assist customs officials to search anywhere for smuggled goods).

James Otis
1829 The Virginia General Assembly declared the tariff of 1828 unconstitutional.
1836 Painter Winslow Homer was born in Boston, Massachusetts.

Paintings by Winslow Homer
1840 Former President John Quincy Adams began his argument to the Supreme Court for release of the Amistad slave-ship prisoners.
1874 Baseball great Honus Wagner was born in Carnegie, Pennsylvania.

Honus Wagner
1955 Steven Jobs, founder of the Apple computer company, was born in Los Altos, California.
1956 Baseball star Eddie Murray was born in Los Angeles, California.


February 25
1779 George Rogers Clark's army of 170 men captured Vincennes and gained control of the country northwest of the Ohio River.
1807 Slavery ended in England.
1841 Impressionist painter Pierre Auguste Renoir was born in Limoges, France.

Paintings by Pierre Auguste Renoir (self-portrait right)
1913 Cartoon voice and comic actor Jim Backus was born in Cleveland, Ohio.

Jim Backus and Mr. Magoo
1945 Beatle George Harrison was born in Liverpool, England.
1950 Your Show of Shows starring Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca premiered on NBC television.

Sid Ceasar and Imogene Coca
1956 Nikita Khrushchev denounced the late dictator Josef Stalin for his many crimes at the 20th congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in Moscow.
1964 Cassius Clay defeated Sonny Liston to become the world heavyweight boxing champion.

Cassius Clay (Muhammed Ali)


February 26
1671 Moral philosopher Anthony Ashley-Cooper Third Earl of Shaftsbury was born in London, England.

Anthony Ashley-Cooper (Lord Shaftsbury)

1732 Francis Marrion was born in Berkeley County, South Carolina. He was the military leader known as "The Swamp Fox" in the American Revolution. He effectively used elusive "guerrilla" tactics against the British forces.
1779 Israel Putnam escaped from the Redcoats in Greenwich, Connecticut.
1802 Novelist Victor Hugo was born in Besancon, France.

Victor Hugo
1808 Painter and caricaturist Honore Daumier was born in Marseilles, France. He spent 6 months in prison for drawing a caricature of Louis Philippe as Gargantua consuming the taxes of the French public.

Louis Phillippe as Gargantua
1829 Levi Strauss, first manufacturer of jeans, was born in Buttenheim, Bavaria.
1870 New York City's first subway opened in downtown Manhattan.
1887 William Frawley, the actor who played Fred Mertz in I Love Lucy, was born in Burlington, Iowa.

William Frawley
1920 Actor Tony Randall (Leonard Rosenberg) was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Tony Randall
1928 Singer and songwriter Antoine "Fats" Domino was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Fats Domino
1932 Singer and songwriter Johnny Cash was born in Kingsland, Arkansas.

Johnny Cash
1932 NY Yankee catcher and super pinch hitter (1955, 1959-1965) Johnny Blanchard was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Johnny Blanchard


February 27
1648 John Lilburne published the pamphlet A Whip for the Present House of Lords.
1807 Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was born in Portland, Maine.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
1815 Congress ordered the Navy gunboats to be put up for sale and all armed vessels to be taken off the Great Lakes.
1902 Author John Steinbeck was born in Salinas, California.
1913 Lillian (Webster) Halliday was born in the Bronx, New York.

Lillian Halliday
1930 Actress Joanne Woodward was born in Thomasville, Georgia.
1932 Actress Elizabeth Taylor was born in London, England.

Elizabeth Taylor
1961 Basketball star James Worthy was born in Gastonia, North Carolina.


February 28
1533 Essayist Michel Eyquem de Montaigne was born in Perigord, France.
1648 John Lilburne and Richard Overton published the pamphlet The Out-crys of Oppressed Commons.
1819 The University of Virginia was founded by Thomas Jefferson.

Thomas Jefferson surrounded by the University of Virginia
1820 Artist John Tenniel, who illustrated Alice in Wonderland, was born in London, England.

Illustrations by John Tenniel
1840 Economist Carl Menger was born in Galicia, Poland.
1901 Chemist and physicist Linus Pauling was born in Portland, Oregon.
1915 Actor Samuel "Zero" Mostel was born in Brooklyn, New York.
1944 Singer and actress Bernadette Peters was born in Queens, New York.
1970 "Left-Right Festival of Liberation," the second West coast libertarian conference, was held at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.


February 29
1792 Composer Gioachino Antonio Rossini was born in Pesaro, Italy.
1860 Herman Hollerith, inventor of punch cards, was born in Buffalo, New York.
1904 Band leader Jimmy Dorsey was born in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania.

Jimmy Dorsey before his 7th birthday
1916 Singer and talk-show hostess Frances Rose Dinah Shore was born in Winchester, Tennessee.

Dinah Shore before her 6th birthday
1984 NHL goaltender Cam Ward was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Here is a picture of him before his 5th birthday:

Cam Ward before his 5th birthday

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