1928 in the United States

1928
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2016 in the United States

2016January
6th Pan-American Conference opens in Havana. Calvin Coolidge becomes the last sitting U.S. President until 2016 to visit Cuba.
Thornton Dial, artist (born 1928)

2017 in the United States

2017January
January 7 – William Peter Blatty, novelist and screenwriter (died 2017)
Albert Brewer, politician; 47th Governor of Alabama (1968–1971) (b. 1928)

2010 in the United States

2010
Dan Rostenkowski, politician from Illinois (died 2010)
January 24 – Pernell Roberts, actor (b. 1928)

2018 in the United States

2018January
Vic Damone, born Vito Rocco Farinola, singer (died 2018)
Vic Damone, singer and actor (b. 1928)

1880 in the United States

1880
Dorothy Donnelly, actress and songwriter (born 1880)
January 28 – Dorothy Donnelly, actress and lyricist (d. 1928)

2003 in the United States

2003
March 20 – Fred Rogers, educator, minister, songwriter, writer and television host (died 2003)
February 27 – Fred Rogers, educator, minister, songwriter, writer, and television host. (b. 1928)

2014 in the United States

2014Marchsection
Maya Angelou, African American poet and novelist (died 2014)
February 10 – Shirley Temple, actress, diplomat, and wife of John Agar (b. 1928)

2013 in the United States

2013
May 8 – Robert Conley, journalist (died 2013)
Barbara Werle, actress and singer (b. 1928)

2008 in the United States

2008
October 7 – Herb Rich, football player (died 2008)
February 21 – Ben Chapman, actor (b. 1928)

1895 in the United States

1895
January 12 – Ruth Snyder, murderer (born 1895)
March 27 – Ruth Snyder, murderer (electrocuted 1928)

1862 in the United States

1862
January 1 – Loie Fuller, dancer (born 1862)
January 15 – Loie Fuller, dancer (died 1928)

1998 in the United States

1998
March 10 – James Earl Ray, assassin of Martin Luther King Jr. (died 1998)
April 23 – James Earl Ray, assassin of Martin Luther King Jr. (born 1928)

1868 in the United States

1868
April 2 – Theodore William Richards, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (born 1868)
January 31 – Theodore William Richards, chemist, recipient of Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1914 (died 1928)

1869 in the United States

1869
May 18 – Big Bill Haywood, labor leader (born. 1869)
April 2 – Hughie Jennings, baseball player (died 1928)

1999 in the United States

1999 1999
July 26 – Stanley Kubrick, film director (died 1999)
March 7 – Stanley Kubrick, film director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer and editor, died in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom (b. 1928)

2006 in the United States

2006
June 19 – Elizabeth Connelly, politician (died 2006)
Paul Arizin, American basketball player (b. 1928)

1987 in the United States

1987
August 6 – Andy Warhol, leading figure in the visual art movement pop art (died 1987)
February 22 – Andy Warhol, leading figure in the visual art movement pop art, (born 1928)

1876 in the United States

1876
January 6 – Alvin Kraenzlein, American athlete (born 1876)
December 12 – Alvin Kraenzlein, hurdler (died 1928)

1890 in the United States

1890
April 25 – Floyd Bennett, aviator (born 1890)
October 25 – Floyd Bennett, aviator and explorer (died 1928)

1845 in the United States

1845
Warner B. Bayley, admiral (born 1845)
September 9 – Warner B. Bayley, admiral (died 1928)

1847 in the United States

1847
June 6 – John D. Works, U.S. Senator from California from 1911 to 1917 (born 1847)
March 29 – John D. Works, United States Senator from California from 1911 till 1917. (died 1928)

1848 in the United States

1848
December 11 – Lewis Latimer, inventor (born 1848)
September 4 – Lewis Howard Latimer, African American inventor (died 1928)