1768 The slave ship Fredensborg sinks off Tromøy in Norway (rediscovered 1974)

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Fredensborg was a frigate built in Copenhagen in 1752 or even 1753. She was called Cron Prindz Christian following prince who was to be king Christian VII associated with Denmark and Norway, in addition to was fitted out as being a slave ship. After a unsuccessful stint in this triangular trade, her in business area was limited for the Caribbean, where she sailed as a broker until 1756. The dispatch was then purchased by simply another Danish company and renamed Fredensborg after one of the Danish-Norwegian trading stations on the African Gold Coast. On 1 12 , 1768 Fredensborg sank in a very storm off Tromoy throughout Arendal, Norway.

The destroy was discovered by divers in September 1974. One was Leif Svalesen who later has worked to be able to document the ship.

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1973 Roe V Wade

1973 – Abortion became legal in the U.S. as the Supreme Court announced its decision in the case of Roe vs. Wade striking down local state laws restricting abortions in the first six months of pregnancy. In more recent rulings (1989 and 1992) the Court upheld the power of individual states to impose some restrictions.

By Patricia Yuu Pan
Roe versus Wade, better known as Roe v. Wade, is the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion within the first two months of pregnancy. Up until then, individual state laws regulated abortions thereby forcing women to illegal clinics or untrained practitioners. The lack of proper medical supervision in these situations was dangerous for the women.

The case was appealed and landed in the U.S. Supreme Court. On January 22, 1973, the Court handed down its decision in favor of Roe, declaring:
[The] right to privacy, whether it be founded in the Fourteenth Amendment’s concept of personal liberty and restrictions upon state action, as we feel it is, or, as the district court determined, in the Ninth Amendment’s reservation of rights to the people, is broad enough to encompass a woman’s decision whether or not to terminate her pregnancy.”

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