Remembrance on May 08:
1541, Hernando de Soto discovered Mississippi River.
1794, U.S. Post Office established.
1840, Alexander Wolcott patented Photographic Process.
1847, Robert Thompson patented rubbeClick here
Remembrance on April 30:
1562, First French colonists in the US.
1598, First theater performance in America.
1722, Game of Billiards was mentioned in New England Courant.
1772, John Clais patented the Click here
Remembrance on April 23:
1348, First English order of knighthood founded.
1635, First public school in the United States opened.
1661, English king Charles II crowned in London.
1662, Connecticut chartClick here
Remembrance on April 21:
1654, England and Sweden signed a trade agreement
1789, John Adams sworn in as the first U.S. Vice President.
1828, Noah Webster publishes first American dictionary.
1855, First Click here
Remembrance on April 20:
1777, New York adopted a new constitution as an independent state.
1836, Territory of Wisconsin created.
1841, First detective story published.
1865, Chicago's Crosby Opera HouseClick here
Remembrance on April 27:
1141, Empress Matilda became the first female ruler of England,
1348, Central Europe's first university Prague University formed by Charles IV.
1645, Michael Cardozo became the Click here
Remembrance on March 21
1804, French civil Code of Napoleon adopted.
1851, Yosemite Valley discovered in California.
1859, First Zoological Society incorporates in Philadelphia.
1866, Congress authorizeClick here
Remembrance on March 17
1521, Ferdinand Magellan discovered the Philippines.
1753, First official St. Patrick's Day.
1766, Britain repealed Stamp Act.
1833, Phoenix Society formed in New York.
1845, RuClick here
Remembrance on March 13
1869, Arkansas legislature passed an anti-Klan law.
1884, U.S. adopted the Standard Time.
1913, Kansas legislature approved censorship of motion pictures.
1921, Mongolia got indeClick here
Remembrance on March 12
1365, University of Vienna founded.
1609, Bermuda becomes an English colony.
1642, Abel Tasman is the first European in New Zealand.
1664, New Jersey becomes a British colony.
Remembrance on March 11
1702, First English daily newspaper "Daily Courant" published.
1779, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers established.
1918, Moscow became the capital of revolutionary Russia.
1935, Bank of Canada opened.
Remembrance on March 10
1535, Bishop Tomas de Berlanga discovered Galapagos Islands.
1847, First money minted in Hawaii.
1862, U.S. issued first paper money.
1862, Great Britain and France recognized the independence of ZanzibaClick here
Remembrance on March 08
1813, First concerto of Royal Philharmonic.
1855, First train crosses and first U.S. railway suspension bridge in Niagara Falls.
1896, Volunteers of America formed in New York City.
1910, French aviator Click here
Remembrance on February 28
1749, First edition of Henry Fielding's' "Tom Jones" was published.
1759, Pope Clement XIII allows Bible to be translated into various languages.
1810, First U.S. fire insurance joint-stock company orgClick here
Remembrance on February 27
1557, First Russian Embassy opened in London.
1700, Pacific Island of New Britain discovered.
1813, First federal vaccination legislation enacted.
1844, Dominican Republic got independence from Haiti.Click here
Remembrance on February 26
1834, First U.S. interstate crime compact between New York and New Jersey ratified.
1870, First New York City subway line opened.
1914, New York Museum of Science and Industry incorporated.
1930, FirsClick here
Remembrance on February 24
1791, First Bank of U.S. chartered.
1793, First cabinet meeting at George Washington's home.
1837, First U.S. electric printing press patented by Thomas Davenport.
1862, Paper currency introduced in UClick here
Remembrance on February 24
1821, Mexico got independence from Spain
1857, First perforated U.S. postage stamps delivered to the government.
1895, Cuban war for independence started.
1918, Estonia got independence from Russia.Click here
Remembrance on February 23
1455, Johannes Gutenberg printed first Bible book.
1813, First U.S. raw cotton-to-cloth mill founded in Waltham.
1822, Boston is incorporated as a city.
1883, Alabama became the first U.S. state to enClick here