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- ... that John Ystumllyn (portrait shown) has been described as the first black person of North Wales "about whom we have detailed knowledge"?
- ... that in the 1858 Staten Island Quarantine War, angry local residents burned down the United States' largest quarantine facility after years of opposition?
- ... that self-taught Israeli singer-songwriter Ishay Ribo has released four studio albums, two of them certified gold and one platinum?
- ... that Red Dead Redemption 2 was developed by a team of 1,600 people?
- ... that Samuel May Williams borrowed against his brother's credit to purchase the 125-ton schooner Invincible on behalf of Texian rebels?
- ... that the Isla dela Victoria resort and casino under construction in Kawit Island, Cebu City, Philippines, is named for a city officer murdered for his role in the fight against illegal fishing?
- ... that Margaret Lyons, the first female vice president of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, was nicknamed the "Dragon Lady"?
- ... that for their 2019 documentary film The Elephant Queen, the two directors followed elephant herds for four years?