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An earthquake near Charleston, South Carolina, on August 31, 1886 left more than 100 people dead and hundreds of buildings destroyed. This was the largest recorded earthquake in the history of the southeastern United States. — On August 31, 1980, representatives of the communist government of Poland agreed to the demands of striking shipyard workers in the city of Gdansk. Former electrician Lech Walesa led the striking workers, who went on to form Solidarity, the first independent labor union to develop in a Soviet bloc nation. — On August 31, 1994, Russian troops left Estonia, three years after Estonia declared …

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