1928 in the United States

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1928 in the United States
Years: 1925 1926 192719281929 1930 1931

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Events from the year 1928 in the United States.

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  • December 5 – Police disperse a Sicilian gangs' meeting in Cleveland.
  • December 21 – The U.S. Congress approves the construction of Boulder Dam, later renamed Hoover Dam.

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  • January 5 – Walter Mondale, United States Senator from Minnesota from 1964 till 1977.
  • January 8 – Slade Gorton, United States Senator from Washington from 1981 till 1987 and from 1989 till 2001.
  • January 14 – Lauch Faircloth, United States Senator from North Carolina from 1993 till 1999.
  • January 22 – Birch Bayh, United States Senator from Indiana from 1963 till 1981.
  • April 23 – Shirley Temple, child film actress and ambassador (died 2014)
  • May 4 – Joseph Tydings, United States Senator from Maryland from 1965 till 1971.
  • July 26 – Stanley Kubrick, film director (died 1999).
  • September 14 – Dick Clark, United States Senator from Iowa from 1973 till 1979.
  • September 19 – Adam West, actor.
  • September 22 – Richard Stone, United States Senator from Florida from 1975 till 1981.
  • October 7 – Herb Rich, football player (died 2008).
  • November 29 – Paul Simon, United States Senator from Illinois from 1985 till 1997 (died 2003).
  • December 23 – Roger Jepsen, United States Senator from Iowa from 1979 till 1985.

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