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Central Kingdom Express
Central Kingdom Express
In May 1979, eighteen people boarded a British Rail train at Victoria Station in London, England, to begin a 40-day, 8,300-mile railway excursion to Hong Kong.
Maria de Lurdes Pintassilgo
Maria de Lurdes Pintassilgo
served as the first woman Prime Minister of Portugal from July 19, 1979 to January 3, 1980.
Patricia Roberts Harris
Patricia Roberts Harris
was the first black woman to serve as a U.S. Ambassador (to Luxembourg, 1965-1967), and the first black woman to serve in a Cabinet position (as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1977-1979).
1979 Auto Racing Highlights
1979 Auto Racing Highlights
Richard Petty won the first Daytona 500 to be televised in its entirety, and went on to win his seventh Grand National Championship. Rick Mears won the Indianapolis 500.
Music News and Highlights, 1979
Music News and Highlights, 1979
Some of the best-known names in the "popular" music world responded to the disco craze of 1979 with their own entries into the genre. Artists from outside the "popular genre" also joined the disco movement, at least temporarily.
Artistic Cars
Artistic Cars
In July 1979 hundreds of people gathered in San Francisco, California, to watch a carrot, a can of sardines, and a decorated bug race down a hill in McLaren Park.

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