1916 in the United States

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1916 in the United States
Years: 1913 1914 191519161917 1918 1919

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Events from the year 1916 in the United States.

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December[edit]

  • December 31

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Ongoing[edit]

Births[edit]

  • February 7 – Floyd K. Haskell, United States Senator from Colorado from 1973 till 1979. (died 1998)
  • March 29 – Eugene McCarthy, United States Senator from Minnesota from 1959 till 1971. (died 2005)
  • May 10 – Milton Babbitt, composer (died 2011)
  • June 6 – Jack Miller, United States Senator from Iowa from 1961 till 1973. (died 1994)
  • October 8 – Spark Matsunaga, United States Senator from Hawaii from 1977 till 1990. (died 1990)
  • October 30 – Charles E. Potter, United States Senator from Michigan from 1952 till 1959. (died 1979)
  • November 5 – Bill Fisk, football player and coach (died 2007)

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