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November 4, 1916: Walter Cronkite, who will kick off his journalism career in Kansas City, Missouri and later become a longstanding anchorman for the CBS Evening News and "the most trusted man in America," is born in St. Joseph, Missouri.
October 4, 1814: Alexander Majors, who will become a successful overland freighter on the Santa Fe Trail and a founder of the Pony Express in 1860, is born near Franklin, Kentucky.
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