June 10, 1912 (Monday) In the town of Villisca, Iowa, Joseph Moore, his wife and four children, and two girls visiting the home were killed by an ax murderer. The Tsar Nicholas II of Russia pardoned Kate Malecka, on condition that she leave the country forever.What happened in 1912 in Villisca?
The Villisca, Iowa home where two adults and six children were slain June 10, 1912. Sometime around midnight between Sunday, June 9, and Monday, June 10, 1912, a person or persons entered a modest house in Villisca, Iowa, and bludgeoned to death eight people sleeping there, including two adults and six children aged 5 through 12.What happened in June 1912 in Morocco?
The following events occurred in June 1912 : French troops killed 600 Moroccan tribesmen who had marched on Fez to oppose the French Protectorate in Morocco. Governor Hubert Lyautey ordered artillery to be used against the lesser armed opposition.Where can I find a passenger list from 1912?
All Ship Passenger Lists for 1912 Available at the GG Archives. Listing Includes Date Voyage Began, Steamship Line, Vessel, Passenger Class and Route. Passenger Lists contained in the GG Archives collection represent the souvenir list provided to the passengers of each cabin class (and other classes).