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The year in topic layout on this page is one of three versions. I seek opinions before making them all the same; see comment on my talk page --BozMo 12:13, 5 May 2004 (UTC)(talk)
"The North Carolina Legislature issues a charter for the creation of Elon College." is listed both under "March 11" and "Date Unknown". Which is correct? --Kitsunegami (talk) 05:54, 7 February 2011 (UTC)
I can't find the exact date anywhere so I'm going to assume that whoever listed the date as 11 March knew what he was talking about so I'm removing the reference under "Date Unknown". --Kitsunegami (talk) 03:48, 14 April 2011 (UTC)
-- Concern: There is a contradiction in the data occurred in July 8th: "The last official bare-knuckle boxing title fight ever held (under London Prize Ring Rules) as Heavyweight Champion John L. Sullivan, the "Boston Strong Boy", defeats Jake Kilrain in a world championship bout lasting 75 rounds in Mississippi."
And what it is said at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bare-knuckle_boxing : "The record for the longest bareknuckle fight is listed as 6 hours and 15 minutes for a match between James Kelly and Jonathan Smith, fought near Fiery Creek, Victoria, Australia, on December 3, 1855, when Smith gave in after 17 rounds."