GETTING TO KNOW THE UNITED STATES ONE STATE AT A TIME
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
In 1932, the Boston Braves were formed in Boston Massachusetts. In 1933, they changed their name to the Boston Redskins. Then in 1937, the team moved to Washington, D.C. and became the Washington Redskins.
The John Hopkins University School of Medicine began in 1876. It came to be from Baltimore merchant John Hopkins leaving $7 million after his death to build a hospital and university of the "highest stature" in Baltimore.