This Day in History: Sept. 17

On this day, Sept. 17 …

2011: Occupy Wall Street begins with hundreds of protesters demonstrating near Wall Street in lower Manhattan.

Also on this day:

  • 1787: The Constitution is completed and signed by a majority of the delegates attending the constitutional convention in Philadelphia. 
  • 1862: The bloodiest day in U.S. military history occurs at the Battle of Antietam when more than 23,000 are killed or wounded. 
  • 2004: Barry Bonds becomes the third baseball player to hit 700 career home runs, joining Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth.
  • 2016: A terrorist begins a two-day bombing spree in and around New York City, leading to 35 injuries but no deaths.

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