Remembrance on February 19
1831, First practical U.S. coal-burning locomotive makes first trial run in Pennsylvania.
1846, Texas state government formally installed in Austin.
1878, Thomas Alva Edison paClick here
Remembrance on February 12
1733, Georgia founded by James Oglethorpe.
1772, Yves de Kerguelen of France discovered Kerguelen Archipelago.
1793, First U.S. fugitive slave law passed.
1818, Chile got indeClick here
Remembrance on February 09
1540, The first recorded race meet in England.
1822, American Indian Society organized.
1863, Fire extinguisher patented by Alanson Crane.
1867, Nebraska became the 37th U.S. Click here
Remembrance on February 07
1301, Edward of Caernarvon became the first English Prince of Wales.
1818, First successful U.S. educational magazine "Academician" started in New York City
1900, Labour Party Click here
Remembrance on February 06
1778, France recognized U.S. signs treaty of aid in Paris.
1788, Massachusetts became the 6th state to ratify the constitution.
1815, New Jersey issued the first U.S. railroad Click here
Remembrance on January 22
1673, Postal service between New York and Boston inaugurated.
1814, First Knights Templar grand encampment in the U.S. held in New York City.
1857, National Association of BasebClick here
Remembrance on January 21
1677, First medical publication in America (pamphlet on smallpox); Boston.
1789, First American novel WH Brown's "Power of Sympathy" was published.
1799, Edward Jenner's smallpoClick here
Remembrance on January 19
1788, The second group of ships of the First Fleet arrived at Botany Bay.
1806, Britain occupied the Cape of Good Hope.
1808, Louis Napoleon signed the first Dutch aviation Click here
Remembrance on January 15
1759, British Museum opened in Montague House London.
1831, First US-built locomotive to pull a passenger train makes its first run.
1847, First Swedish magazine in the U.S Click here
Remembrance on January 08
1675, First American commercial corporation chartered (New York Fishing Co) opened.
1790, George Washington delivered the first state of union address.
1800, Wild Boy of AvClick here
Remembrance on December 31
1501, First Battle of Cannanore commenced.
1744, James Bradley announces discovered of Earth's nutation motion.
1781, First U.S. bank Bank of North America opened.
1841, AlabaClick here
Remembrance on December 29
1782, First nautical almanac in U.S. published by Samuel Stearns.
1845, Texas considered as the 28th state of the USA.
1848, Gas lights first installed at White House.
1851, FClick here
Remembrance on December 28
1816, American Colonization Society organized.
1836, Spain recognized the independence of Mexico.
1846, Iowa becomes the 29th state of the USA.
1850, Rangoon Burma destroyed bClick here
Remembrance on December 26
1492, First Spanish settlement in New World founded by Columbus
1805, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts established in Philadelphia
1854, Wood-pulp paper first exhibited in BufClick here
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Remembrance on December 16
1431, King Henry VI of England crowned king of France.
1824, Great North Holland Canal opened.
1880, Republic of South Africa formed.
1897, First submarine with an internal coClick here
Remembrance on December 04
1619, America's first Thanksgiving Day observed.
1644, First European peace congress opened in Munster.
1682, First General Assembly in Pennsylvania.
1791, The first edition oClick here
Remembrance on October 23:
1707, First Parliament of Great Britain meet.
1760, First Jewish prayer books printed in U.S.
1814, First plastic surgery was performed in England.
1824, First steam locomotClick here
Remembrance on October 09:
1000, Leif Ericson discovers "Vinland".
1716, England and France signed a treaty.
1817, University of Gent officially opened.
1855, Isaac Singer patented the sewing machine moClick here