Historical Events on September 10
1846, Japan invented the rickshaw.
1847, First theater opened in Hawaii.
1870, Dutch Jurist Cooperation formed.
1913, Lincoln Highway opened as first paved coast-toClick here
Historical Events on September 09
1753, First steam engine arrived in U.S. colonies.
1776, Continental Congress renames "United Colonies" as the US.
1817, Alexander Lucius Twilight is the first blackClick here
Historical Events on September 08
1553, City of Lichfield in England was formed.
1565, First permanent settlement in U.S. formed.
1868, New York Athletic Club formed.
1888, In Spain the first travClick here
Historical Events on September 07
1822, Brazil got independence from Portugal.
1873, Emilio Castelar y Ripoll becomes President of the First Spanish Republic.
1888, Edith Eleanor McLean is the first Click here
Historical Events on September 05
1774, First Continental Congress assembly in Philadelphia.
1786, Montpelier Ceramic factory opened in Belgium.
1838, Central Museum opened in Netherlands.
1844, IroClick here
Remembrance on September 04:
1805, First edition of Batavian State-Current published.
1813, First U.S. religious newspaper published.
1862, North Beach and Mission Railway Company organized in SF.
Remembrance on September 03:
1875, First official game of polo is played in Argentina after being introduced by British ranchers.
1912, World's first cannery opened in England to supply food to the NaClick here
Remembrance on September 02:
1789, U.S. Treasury Department established by Congress.
1859, Gas lighting introduced to Hawaii.
1867, 1st Girl School opened in Haarlem; Netherlands.
1898, Machine gun Click here
Remembrance on September 01:
1267, Rabbi Moses Ben Nachman established a Jewish community in Jerusalem.
1607, Pieter Both sworn as the first Governor-General of East-Indies.
1797, Second National MeeClick here
Remembrance on August 31:
1776, William Livingston is the first Governor of New Jersey.
1842, U.S. Naval Observatory authorized by an act of Congress.
1881, First U.S. men's single tennis championshiClick here
Remembrance on August 30:
1843, First blacks participated in national political convention Liberty Party.
1860, First British tram opened in Birkenhead.
1895, Belgium began compulsory Roman Catholic Click here
Remembrance on August 29:
708, First time the Copper coins are minted in Japan.
1758, First American Indian reservation is established at Indian Mills in New Jersey.
1758, New Jersey Legislature Click here
Remembrance on August 27:
1610, Polish King Wladyslaw crowned king of Russia.
1783, First hydrogen balloon flight reached 900 m altitude.
1910, Mother Teresa was born in Skopje.
1932, International Click here
Remembrance on August 26:
1873, First kindergarten public school opened in St. Louis.
1929, First U.S. roller coaster built.
1955, Fist color telecast (NBC) of a tennis match (Davis Cup).
1982, NASAClick here
Remembrance on August 25:
1609, Galileo demonstrated his first telescope.
1825, Uruguay got independence from Brazil.
1830, Belgium revolts against Netherlands.
1875, Captain Matthew Webb became theClick here
Remembrance on August 24:
1853, First potato chips prepared by Chef George Crum in New York.
1875, Captain Matthew Webb became first person to swim the English Channel.
1911, Manuel d'Arriaga electedClick here
Remembrance on August 23:
1614, University of Groningen opened in Netherland.
1617, First one-way streets opened in London.
1821, Mexico got independence.
1850, First national women's rights conventClick here
Remembrance on August 22:
1642, Civil War in England began between Royalists and Parliament.
1762, First female U.S. newspaper editor Ann Franklin in Newport RI.
1851, Gold fields discovered in AustrClick here
Remembrance on August 21:
1878, American Bar Association organized at Sarasota in New York.
1959, Hawaii became the 50th U.S. state
1968, Democratic Convention opened in Chicago.
1991, Latvia got inClick here