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Today in History: March 24

Today in History: March 24

1765  British Parliament passes a law which requires American colonists to provide temporary quarters, food, drink, etc. to British troops stationed in their towns.

1914  Stephen F. Whitman registered a trademark for ‘Whitman’s Sampler Chocolates & Confections.’

1974  Nathan’s Hot Dog founder Nathan Handwerker dies.

1990  Cook book author Jane Grigson dies at age 61.