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This Week In History: Statue Of Liberty Arrives From France, Moves Into Cramped Tenement Building

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Published on Jun 27, 2012

The Onion looks at the discovery of a group of North Dakotan coal miners that would become the cast of 'Happy Days,' the Supreme Court ruling that allowed black students to experience racism first hand in desegregated schools, and the historic hot air balloon ride that allowed one 13-year-old to become the first American to urinate on a crowd from 100 feet in the air.

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