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February 22
In 1784, a U.S. merchant ship, the "Empress of China," left New York City for the Far East.
In 1889, President Cleveland signed a bill to admit the Dakotas, Montana and Washington state to the Union.
In 1973, the United States and Communist China agreed to establish liaison offices.
In 1986, two top military leaders in the Philippines, Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile and Lt. Gen. Fidel V. Ramos, the deputy armed forces chief, called on President Ferdinand E. Marcos to resign following the recent presidential election.
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