Remembrance on September 25
1513, Vasco Nunez de Balboa is the first European to see the Pacific Ocean.
1639, First printing press was opened in America.
1654, England and Denmark signed a trade agreemenClick here
Remembrance on September 24
1688, France declared war on German.
1789, U.S. Attorney General Office was created.
1789, First Chief Justice John Jay was appointed by President George Washington.
1845, FiClick here
Remembrance on September 18
1679, New Hampshire became a county Massachusetts Bay Colony.
1789, First loan is made to pay salaries of the presidents and Congress.
1793, President Washington laid the cornClick here
Historical Events on September 06
1620, First stones layed in Western Tower.
1716, First U.S. lighthouse built in Boston.
1848, National Black Convention meets in Cleveland.
1869, First westbound train Click here
Remembrance on August 28:
1609, Henry Hudson discovered and explored Delaware Bay.
1789, Sir William Herschel discovered Saturn's moon Enceladus.
1830, First locomotive in U.S. "Tom Thumb" runs from BaltiClick here
Remembrance on August 21:
1878, American Bar Association organization opened in New York.
1888, First successful adding machine in the United States is patented by William Seward Burroughs.
1959, Hawaii bClick here
Remembrance on August 14:
1597, Cornelis de Houtmans fleet is the first Dutch visit to Java.
1820, First U.S. eye hospital opened in New York City.
1848, Oregon Territory created.
1862, Lincoln received Click here
Remembrance on August 11:
1877, Asaph Hall discovered Mars's moon Deimos.
1914, France declared war on Austria-Hungary.
1920, First peace of Riga-Soviet Union recognized Independence of Latvia.
1934, FirClick here
Remembrance on August 07:
1498, Columbus arrived in the Caribbean.
1789, Congress created Department of War and Lighthouse Service.
1820, First potatoes planted in Hawaii.
1858, First Australian rules foClick here
Remembrance on July 29:
1585, Friese Academy opened
1655, Biggest town hall in the world opened in Amsterdam
1844, New York Yacht Club formed
1858, U.S. citizens allowed to live anywhere in Japan
1858, Click here
Remembrance on July 28:
1586, Sir Thomas Harriot introduced potatoes to Europe.
1741, Captain Bering discovered Mount St. Elias in Alaska.
1821, Peru got independence from Spain.
1851, Total solar eclipsClick here
Remembrance on July 21:
1595, Alvara Mendana discovered Marquesas Island.
1831, Belgium got independence from Netherlands.
1919, Anthony Fokker's established airplane factory at Hamburg and Amsterdam.Click here
Remembrance on July 20:
1654, Portugal came under English control.
1810, Colombia got independence from Spain.
1847, German astronomer Theodor discovered Comet Brorsen-Metcalf.
1848, First Women's RighClick here
Historical Events on July 08:
1672, Prince Willem III inaugurated as viceroy of Holland/Zealand.
1780, Denmark declared neutrality.
1815, First natural gas well in U.S. was discovered.
1815, Charles MauClick here
Historical Events on July 08:
951, Paris was founded.
1693, New York City authorized first police uniforms in American colonies.
1777, Vermont becomes the first state abolishing slavery.
1796, U.S. StateClick here
Historical Events on July 07:
1543, French troops invade Luxembourg.
1754, Kings College in New York City opens (renamed Columbia College).
1802,1st comic book The Wasp was published.
Historical Events on July 06:
1560, England/Scotland signed Treaty of Edinburgh
1687, Newton published "Principia".
1853, William Wells Brown published "Clotel". It is the first novel by black American.Click here
Remembrance on June 29:
1534, Jacques Cartier discovered Prince Edward Islands Canada.
1863, First National Bank opened in Davenport.
1891, National Forest Service was organized.
1927, First flight froClick here
Remembrance on June 28:
1820, Tomato is proven non-poisonous.
1832, Gerrit Moll measures noise of guns.
1859, First dog show held in Newcastle-on-Tyne.
1894, Labor Day established as a federal employeClick here