When did Longfellow's Wayside first open for business?

Answer David Howe opened an inn on Old Boston Post Road in Sudbury, Massachusetts, in 1716. Edward Rivers Lemon bought the inn, known as Howe's Tavern, in 1892 and changed the name to "Longfellow's Waysid... Read More »

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How do i open a wachovia small business account for the first time?

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When did eBay open for business?

eBay opened for business in September 1995. Founder Pierre Omidyar started the online experiment in his home and originally referred to the site as AuctionWeb. Omidyar sold his first item, a broken... Read More »

When did the first KFC open?

KFC began in 1930 when Harland Sanders (known as Col. Sanders) opened a lunchroom in the back of a service station in Corbin, Ky. This is where he developed his famous chicken recipe. In 1937, Sand... Read More »

When did Six Flags first open?

Six Flags Over Texas, the first Six Flags amusement park, opened in 1961. Today, Six Flags operates 19 parks throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. It is the largest regional amusement pa... Read More »