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Famous Events For October 9

Famous Events For October 9 – Today In History

What Happened on October 9 in World History?

Early Centuries – October 9 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. October 9, 0768 – Both Charlemagne and his brother Carloman I are sworn in as Kings of The Franks
2. October 9, 0869 – Charles the Bald sworn in as king of Lotharingen
3. October 9, 1000 – sighting of “Vinland” by Leif Ericson and he was supposed to be the first European to arrive in North America
4. October 9, 1192 – King of England, Richard I camouflage before departing from Jerusalem
5. October 9, 1238 – James I of Aragon established the Kingdom of Valencia by seizing Valencia
6. October 9, 1290 – King Edward I deport 16000 English Jews
7. October 9, 1446 – Publication of Hangul script in Korea
8. October 9, 1558 – Establishment of Merida in Venezuela
9. October 9, 1573 – Don Frederik and the Spanish split the blockade of Alkmaar
10. October 9, 1595 – Spain seizes Cambrai

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11. October 9, 1597 – Chief Mauritius conquers Breevroot
12. October 9, 1617 – Spain and Savoye agree on a peace treaty
13. October 9, 1621 – a peace agreement between Turkey and Poland known as Peace of Chotin
14. October 9, 1635- spiritual rebel leader Roger Williams expatriate from Mass Bay Colony
15. October 9, 1651 – Navigation Law approved by the English parliament
16. October 9, 1655 – King Karel X Gustaaf of Sweden conquers Krakow
17. October 9, 1668 – The public enters the building of ‘heretics’ Spanish governor Jose de Paternina

18th Century – What Happened on October 9 – The 1700s

18. October 9, 1701 – College of Ct (Yale University) incorporated in New Haven
19. October 9, 1708 – Russian army seizes Swedish cavalcade at the war at Lesnaya
20. October 9, 1716 – peace agreement between Britain and France
21. October 9, 1740 – Dutch administrator Adriaen Valckenier permits the killing of 8000 Chinese residents of Batavia
22. October 9, 1760 – the combined forces of Russia and Austria seize Berlin
23. October 9, 1771 – the commercial vessel belonging to Dutch Vrouw Maria goes underwater near the beach of Finland

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24. October 9, 1776 – Mission Dolores is the oldest structure and religious center established by San Francesco Bay
25. October 9, 1794 – Hertogenbosch seized by French army
26. October 9, 1799 – the British warship HMS Lutine sinks leaving 240 dead and materials worth pounds 1200000 near the territory of Dutch

19th Century – October 9 This Day That Year – The 1800s

27. October 9, 1804 – The capital of Tasmania – Hobart – was established
28. October 9, 1806 – Prussia and France engage in battle
29. October 9, 1817 – inauguration of the University of Gent
30. October 9, 1820 – Freedom granted to Guayaquil from Ecuador
31. October 9, 1824 – Costa Rica bans suppression
32. October 9, 1831 – the murder of Ioannis Kapodistrias, chief of Greece in Nafplion
33. October 9, 1835 – Sri Lanka founds the Hillstreet Academy

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34. October 9, 1837 – a boat propelled by steam power, Home, sinks near Okracoke NC leaving 100 dead
35. October 9, 1837 – Naval Institute was founded by the US Naval Academy at its conference
36. October 9, 1845 – a member of the Church of England, the outstanding and contentious John Henry admitted into the Roman Catholic Church
37. October 9, 1854 – commencement of seizing of Sevastopol at the battle of Crimean
38. October 9, 1855 – copyright is given to Isaac Singer, an American technocrat, for his invention of the motor for the sewing machine
39. October 9, 1855 – copyright is given to Joshua Stoddard of Worcester, Massachusetts, for inventing calliope – a musical instrument
40. October 9, 1863 – war of Brady Station, Virginia
41. October 9, 1864 – General George A Custer and mounted troops of Merrit defeat the mounted troops that beleaguered Sheridan’s movement
42. October 9, 1865 – pipeline positioned underground to transport oil in Pennsylvania

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43. October 9, 1870 – Rome merged with Italy by an order of the King
44. October 9, 1872 – commencement of mail order business by Aaron Montgomery
45. October 9, 1874 – Establishment of World Postal Union in Bern Switzerland
46. October 9, 1876 – laying of overhead telephone wires to facilitate 2-way conversation
47. October 9, 1877 – inauguration of the American Humane Assembly
48. October 9, 1888 – The community permitted to visit the Washington Monument
49. October 9, 1890 – debut performance of “Red-Headed League” a Sherlock Holmes venture
50. October 9, 1899 – British army arrives in Durban, South Africa

20th Century – Important Events On This Day October 9 – The 1900s

51. October 9, 1900 – an earthquake of 8.3 strength strikes Cape Yakataga, Alaska
52. October 9, 1903 – NYC receives 11” rainfall in 24 hours
53. October 9, 1905 – In the World Series Giants vanquish Philadelphia A, 3-0

54. October 9, 1907 – Navy defeats Maryland, 12-0 at the rd College Football Crab Bowl Classic in Annapolis
55. October 9, 1909 – Ty Cobb achieves a home in the World Series
56. October 9, 1914 – Germans conquer Antwerp in WWI
57. October 9, 1915 – Belgrade and Serbia concede defeat
58. October 9, 1915 – Gil Anderson drives his racing car at 165.1 km/hr in Sheepshead Bay, New York
59. October 9, 1915 – debut performance of “Unchastened Woman” by Louis Kaufmans in New York
60. October 9, 1915 – Woodrow Wilson, US President witnesses the World Series Play and he was the first to attend the game
61. October 9, 1916 – Babe Ruth achieves 29 2/3 scoreless innings in the World Series
62. October 9, 1920 – Indians were victorious, 2-1, in the 1st World Series held in Cleveland
63. October 9, 1926 – Inauguration of Royal Colonial Institution by the Dutch Queen Wilhelmina
64. October 9, 1926 – Establishment of National Broadcasting Corporation
65. October 9, 1928 – debut performance of “Topaz” by Marcel Pagnol in Paris
66. October 9, 1928 – NY Yankees defeat Cards in the 25yh World Series and were the 1st to achieve successive World Series; Babe Ruth scores 3 HRs in a play
67. October 9, 1929 – debut performance of the musical, “June Moon” by G Kaufman and R Lardner in NYC

68. October 9, 1930 – Laura Ingalls was the first lady pilot to achieve continent-wide flight
69. October 9, 1934 – in the 31st World Series, St Louis Cards defeat Detroit Tigers, 4-1
70. October 9, 1934 – In a regicidal attack at Marseille, King Alexander I of Yugoslavia was murdered, as also the Minister of Finance Lous Bathou
71. October 9, 1936 – Electric power generated at Hoover Dam was supplied to Los Angeles over transmission lines
72. October 9, 1938 – debut performance of dance program, “Billy the Kid” by Aaron Copland and Eugene Loring
73. October 9, 1938 – foul-less play by Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears at the NFL game
74. October 9, 1938 – NY Yankees defeat Cubs in the 35th World Series
75. October 9, 1941 – Franklin D. Roosevelt sanctioned the nuclear agenda under the Manhattan scheme
76. October 9, 1941 – Ricardo Adolfo de la Guardia Arango becomes the President of Panama after the military takes over
77. October 9, 1942 – The Australian legislature accepted the Statute of Westminster 1931 giving self-governance to it
78. October 9, 1944 – Discussion meeting in Russia between British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Stalin
79. October 9, 1944 – Canada assaults West-Zeeuws-Flanders
80. October 9, 1944 – Electric power was cut off to Amsterdam by German residents
81. October 9, 1944 – St Louis Cards defeat St Louis Browns, 4-2 in the 41st World Series
82. October 9, 1945 – Britishers seize Andaman in the Gulf of Bengal
83. October 9, 1946 – The first industrial electrical blanket produced was sold at $39.50
84. October 9, 1946 – Debut performance of “The Iceman Cometh” by Eugene O; Neill’s in NYC
85. October 9, 1947 – first mobile talk from a progressing car and an aircraft

86. October 9, 1947 – debut performance of the musical “High Button Shoes” by Julie Styne and Sam Cohn in NYC and it gave 727 presentations
87. October 9, 1948 – TV transmission channel 7 in Detroit, MI starts functioning on ABC
88. October 9, 1949 – NY Yankees triumph over Dodgers, 4-1 in the 46th World Series
89. October 9, 1951 – in the 5th NHL All-Star Play, the 1st and the 2nd team score equal points at Toronto
90. October 9, 1951 – grand slam achieved by Gil McDougald facilitated Yanks to defeat Giants, 13-1
91. October 9, 1953 – The constitution of Guyanese permitted by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill
92. October 9, 1953 – Konrad Adenauer becomes the elected Chancellor of West Germany
93. October 9, 1954 – TV transmission channel 4 in Sioux City, IA starts functioning on NBC
94. October 9, 1955 – LPGA Richmond Golf Open achieved by Betty Jameson
95. October 9, 1956 – All-Star defeats Montreal, 1-1, at the 10th NHL All-Star Game in Montreal
96. October 9, 1957 – Atomic test by Great Britain at Maralinga Australia
97. October 9, 1958 – The first underwater ship commissioned in Israel
98. October 9, 1958 – NY Yankees defeat Braves, 4-3 in the 55th World Series
99. October 9, 1958 – Among the 10 World Series matches, NY Yankees participated in 9 games and won 7 games
100. October 9, 1959 – Lee Harvey Oswald reaches Southampton, England
101. October 9, 1960 – QB Eddie Le Baron representing the Cowboys achieves a very short touchdown pass
102. October 9, 1961 – NY Yankees vanquish Cincinnati Reds, 4-1 in the 58th World Series
103. October 9, 1961 – British grants freedom to Tanganyika within the ambit of the British Commonwealth
104. October 9, 1961 – US nationals in the communist party are required to appear before police
105. October 9, 1961 – volcano becomes active in Tristan de Cunha
106. October 9, 1961 – Whitey Ford of Yank achieve more than what Ruth had achieved in the successive innings
107. October 9, 1961 – The Yanks defeat the Reds, 4-1 in the World Series
108. October 9, 1962 – The war to determine the Algeria-Morocco territory leaves 130 dead
109. October 9, 1962 – pilot John B McKay flies X-15 aircraft to a height of 39,200 m
110. October 9, 1962 – United Kingdom grants freedom to Uganda
111. October 9, 1963 – 2000 lost their life in the Vajont Dam catastrophe which created 50 million cubic metres of movement in the Piave Valley in Northern Italy
112. October 9, 1963 – Alec Douglas-Home succeeds Harold Macmillan as British Prime Minister
113. October 9, 1963 – atomic weapons acquired by the French Air Force
114. October 9, 1963 – Cyclone Flora strikes Cuba and Haiti and leaves 6000 dead
115. October 9, 1965 – US triumphs 19 ½- 12 ½ at the 16th Ryder Cup held at Royal Birkdale, England
116. October 9, 1965 – The song “Yesterday” by the Rock Band Beatles stands at No.1 and for four weeks at No.1
117. October 9, 1966 – Balt Orioles defeats LA Dodgers, in the 63rd World Series
118. October 9, 1966 – “Got Live if you Want It” is the first long play disc of the Rolling Stores
119. October 9, 1968 – Oil fields in Peru come under the administrative control of the Government
120. October 9, 1968 – TV transmission channel 21 in Murray, KY starts functioning on PBS
121. October 9, 1968 – Demonstration by students from the Queen’s University in Belfast against police atrocities was obstructed by the supporters under the guidance of Ian Paisley and this prompted the formation of a group by students entitled “People’s Democracy”
122. October 9, 1969 – Female singing group, Supremes, circulate the musical, “Someday We’ll Be Together”
123. October 9, 1970 – Khmer Republic becomes an Independent state
124. October 9, 1971 – Netherlands welcomes Hirohito, Emperor of Japan
125. October 9, 1971 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk, USSR
126. October 9, 1972 – premiere of “Dude” at Broadway Theatre, NYC, and gives 16 presentations
127. October 9, 1973 – Rebellion in Luxembourg against the directive of the Nazi government against conscription
128. October 9, 1973 – the fortifications built along the Suez Canal by Israel were lost
129. October 9, 1973 – bad floor condition causes the competition between Warriors-Cavalier in Cleveland to abandon the game for a future date
130. October 9, 1974 – Appointment of Frank Robinson as the 1st African-American manager for baseball play
131. October 9, 1974 – demonstration in Boston against “busing”
132. October 9, 1974 – Los Angeles Dodgers defeat Pittsburgh Pirates, 3-1 at the MLB National League Championship

133. October 9, 1974 – Oakland Athletics defeat Baltimore Orioles, 3-1 at the MLB American League Championship
134. October 9, 1975 – San Francisco welcomes Emperor Hirohito of Japan
135. October 9, 1975 – Nobel Prize awarded to Andrei Sakharov, Nuclear Physicist, and soviet dissenter
136. October 9, 1976 – premiere of “Robber Bridegroom” at Biltmore Theatre, NYC, and gives 145 presentations
137. October 9, 1976 – In a cricket match between New Zealand and Pakistan, Peter Petherick achieves a hat-trick on his first cricket match
138. October 9, 1976 – Javed Miandad of Pakistan makes 163 runs in his debut cricket match in the 1st day
139. October 9, 1976 – Yanks defeat Royals, 4-1 at the 1st AL Championship play
140. October 9, 1977 – LPGA Houston Exchange Clubs Golf Classic was achieved by Amy Alcott
141. October 9, 1977 – Soyuz 25 spacecraft does not land on Saluyt 6 but returns
142. October 9, 1977 – New York Yankees vanquish Kansas City Royals, 3-2 at the MLB American League Championship
143. October 9, 1978 – Dolly Parton, Crystal Gayle, and Don Williams were awarded the 12th Country Music Association Award
144. October 9, 1978 – debut performance of the musical “Ballroom” by John Kander and Fred Ebb in NYC
145. October 9, 1979 – commencement of the program by Howard Stern, a TV personality, on WCCC in Hartford, Connecticut
146. October 9, 1980 – United American Bank in Knoxville, Tennessee use computer for in-home banking services
147. October 9, 1980 – Nobel Prize for Literature awarded to Czeslaw Miloz
148. October 9, 1981 – The death sentence was banned in France
149. October 9, 1982 – 1 killed when a congregation of Jews for worship was attacked in Rome
150. October 9, 1982 – curtain down for the 12th Commonwealth Games in Brisbane, Australia
151. October 9, 1983 – the murder of four ministers of South Korea in Rangoon, Burma
152. October 9, 1984 – the first US woman to walk in space was Kathy Sullivan
153. October 9, 1985 – premiere of “Tango Argentino” at Mark Hellinger Theatre, NYC, and gives 198 presentations
154. October 9, 1985 – bestowing of the Central Park Strawberry Fields
155. October 9, 1985 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
156. October 9, 1986 – debut performance of “Phantom of the Opera” in London
157. October 9, 1986 – 500 goals were achieved by Gilbert Perreault at the 12th NHL in Buffalo.
158. October 9, 1986 – Judge Harry E Claiborne of the US judiciary was prosecuted and dismissed from office by the Senate. He was the to be removed from service
159. October 9, 1987 – the 1892 stamp known as Lady McGill was purchased by a Japanese bank for $ 1,100,000
160. October 9, 1988 – Right-wing party – Flemish Block – in Belgium secured a 17% plebiscite
161. October 9, 1988 – in a competition series, Dennis Eckersley saves all the 4 plays
162. October 9, 1988 – Australia defeats New Zealand 25-12 in the 9th Rugby League World Cup
163. October 9, 1988 – Oakland Athletics defeat Boston Red Sox, 4-0 at the MLB American League Championship
164. October 9, 1989 – George Strait and Kathy Mattea achieve the 23rd Country Music Association Award
165. October 9, 1989 – USA defeats Spain in the 27th Tennis Fed Cup in Tokyo Japan (3-0)
166. October 9, 1990 – appointment of David Hackett Souter as Judge of the Supreme Court
167. October 9, 1990 – airing all over the globe “Imagine” honoring John Lennon on Radio
168. October 9, 1990 – Saddam Hussein warns Israel that he would attack them with a new projectile
169. October 9, 1991 – the inauguration of “On Borrowed Time” at Circle Sq Theatre, NYV, and gives 99 performances
170. October 9, 1991 – Bush announces full confidence in the suggestion of Clarence Thomas
171. October 9, 1991 – the debut win in NHL play, San Jose Sharks defeat Calgary, 4-3
172. October 9, 1991 – The Berne Convention is an international instrument for the copyright of Literary and artistic work. Ecuador becomes an associate of this Convention
173. October 9, 1992 – A great shooting star was observed from Kentucky to New York
174. October 9, 1992 – a shooting star of 13 kg weight grounds in the passage of the house of Knapp, Peekskill, New York, and completely damages the 1980 Chevrolet car
175. October 9, 1994 – voting conducted for the Austrian legislature
176. October 9, 1994 – a radioactive metal with an atomic number 110 known as Darmstadtium formed in Darmstadt, Germany
177. October 9, 1996 – publication of the book, “Miss America” by Howard Stern
178. October 9, 1997 -players of ABL are permitted to purchase shares of the league
179. October 9, 1997 – cyclone strikes Acapulco, Mexico and kills 123
180. October 9, 1997 – stepping down of Dean Smith who had made North Carolina’s College basketball team No.1
181. October 9, 1997 – Italian dramatist, Dario Fo was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature
182. October 9, 1999 – culminating flight of US aircraft Lockheed SR 71,” Blackbird”

21st Century – October 9 This Day In History – The 2000s

183. October 9, 2001 – The second letter contaminated with anthrax was despatched from Trenton, New Jersey in the 2001 anthrax outbreak
184. October 9, 2006 – atomic test, the first one, by North Korea
185. October 9, 2007 – the stock market as assessed by the Dow Jones Industrial Average touches a high at close

186. October 9, 2007 – the musical “Low” published by Flo Rida
187. October 9, 2009 – images of the moon from Centaur and LCROSS missiles for future programs by NASA
188. October 9, 2012 – large scale demonstration against German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Athens
189. October 9, 2012 – Nobel Prize for 2012 in Physics for their research on quantum optics awarded to Serge Haroche and David Wineland
190. October 9, 2012 -Assassination bid on the life of Malala Yousafzai, suffragette and education activist three times Taliban while she was getting onto the school transport vehicle at Swat in Pakistan
191. October 9, 2013 – A fight between para-military and Seleka activists in Central Africa leaves 60 people dead
192. October 9, 2013 – The Nobel Prize 2013 for chemistry was awarded to Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt, and Arieh Warshel for their research in the field of chemistry
193. October 9, 2014 – The Noble Prize for Literature was awarded to Patrick Modiano
194. October 9, 2014 – precautionary scanning for tracing the Ebola virus at Gatwick, Heathrow, and JFK airports taken up vigorously
195. October 9, 2015 – Nobel Prize for Peace won by The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet
196. October 9, 2016 – Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton engage in the 2nd deliberation at the Washington University in the US Presidential election

197. October 9, 2017 – Harvey Weinstein was dismissed from his position as Producer of The Weinstein Company on charges of sexual misuse
198. October 9, 2017 – Nobel Prize for Economics awarded to American Richard Thaler

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