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Famous Events For September 19 – Today In History

September 19: Today in History – Historical Events

Early Centuries – September 19 Historic Events – Before the 1700s

1. September 19, 0335 – The rank of Dalmatius was made equal to that of Caesar by his uncle Constantine I
2. September 19, 1356 – the English army under the command of The Black King won the war of Poitiers with the French and imprisoned the king of France during the hundred years of war
3. September 19, 1523 – an agreement between King Charles I and England against French

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4. September 19, 1559 – hurricane off Tampa causes five Spanish vessels to drown and 600 killed
5. September 19, 1602 – Grave accepted defeat from Earl Mauritius
6. September 19, 1642 – Perpignan accepted defeat by the French army
7. September 19, 1656 – by the treaty of Labiau, Sweden surrendered Prussia, Brandenburg
8. September 19, 1657 – agreement for peace between Brandenburg and Poland
9. September 19, 1668 – Polish king John II Kazimierz steps down and takes shelter in France
10. September 19, 1676 – Jamestown VA, was burnt by insurgents under the command of Nathaniel Bacon

18th Century – What Happened on September 19 – The 1700s

11. September 19, 1755 – Great Britain and France agree on defense matters
12. September 19, 1777 – commencement of the war of Saratoga or Freeman’s Farm

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13. September 19, 1778 – Senate approves the first financial requirements of the United States
14. September 19, 1795 – detention of Tula, Curacao chief opposing slavery
15. September 19, 1796 – valedictory lecture by George Washington as President

19th Century – September 19 This Day That Year – The 1800s

16. September 19, 1833 – Charles Darwin arrives in Guardia del Monte, Argentina
17. September 19, 1838- copyrights given to Ephraim Morris for inventing brakes for railways
18. September 19, 1848 – the discovery of Hyperion, a moon orbiting Saturn by Bond and Lassel
19. September 19, 1849 – washing unit on a profitable basis found in Oakland, California, for the first time
20. September 19, 1854 – copyrights given to Henry Meyer for inventing the railway sleeping coach

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21. September 19, 1862 – commencement of war at Blaclford, Ford, Virginia
22. September 19, 1862 – there were 1700 fatalities in the war at Iuka, Mississippi
23. September 19, 1863 – the Union forces start withdrawing as the war of Chickamauga, GA commences
24. September 19, 1865 – inauguration of the University of Atlanta
25. September 19, 1870 – Prussian army capture Paris
26. September 19, 1876 – copyright is given to Melville Bissel of Grand Rapids, Mic, for inventing carpet cleaner
27. September 19, 1876 – discussion started for setting up a football association in Ottawa
28. September 19, 1879 – Track and field best result in pole-vaulting exceeded by the youngest Thomas Ray at the age of 17 years and 198 days (11’2 ½ “)
29. September 19, 1879 – inauguration of the lighting arrangements at Blackpool

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30. September 19, 1888 – the first world’s attractiveness competition was held in Spa, Belgium
31. September 19, 1890 – inferno in Turkish warship off Japan, leaves 540 dead
32. September 19, 1893 – New Zealand has the distinction of becoming the first country to approve voting rights for women

20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 19 – 1900

33. September 19, 1901 – 11 baseball matches were annulled due to the cremation of Pres William McKinley
34. September 19, 1903 – brutality by Belgians in Congo flatly negated by King Leopold II
35. September 19, 1904 – there were 16000 Japanese victims during an attack by Gen Nogi on Port Arthur

36. September 19, 1908 – seventh musical by Gustav Mahler debuts in Prague
37. September 19, 1910- debut performance of “Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford” in NYC
38. September 19, 1911 – demonstration for human rights by 20000 protestors
39. September 19, 1912 – formation of football club, NAC at Breda
40. September 19, 1916 – first aircraft lands in Schiphol Airport, Netherlands
41. September 19, 1916 – seize of Tabora in German East Africa by the Belgian army
42. September 19, 1921 – Bill Tilden vanquish Wallace F Johnson (6-1,6-3,6-1) at the 41st – US Men’s National Championship
43. September 19, 1922 – Wilhelmina is crowned as Dutch queen and she delivers a speech of 119 words
44. September 19, 1923 – debut performance of “Hinkemann” by Ernst Tollers in Leipzig
45. September 19, 1925 – Bill Tilden triumphs Bill Johnston (4-6,11-9,6-3,4-6,6-3) at the 45th US Men’s National Championship
46. September 19, 1926 – democratic peace in Hague demanded by 80000 people
47. September 19, 1926 – Stadium San Siro was opened with a match between AC Milan and Inter
48. September 19, 1929 – authoritarian ruler of Latvia, A Woldemaras persuaded to resign

49. September 19, 1931 – Tom Creavy won the 14th PGA at Wannamoisett Country Club, Rumford, RI
50. September 19, 1931 – seize of Mukden, South Manchuria by the Japanese army
51. September 19, 1931 – Lefty Grove defeats White Sox, 2-1. And his win was his 30th play of the term
52. September 19, 1933 – New York Giants achieve their banner
53. September 19, 1934 – based on abduction charges of Lindbergh’s child, Bruno Hauptmann was detained
54. September 19, 1939 – The British Army in Western Europe arrives in France
55. September 19, 1939 – William Joyce nicknamed Lord Haw-Haw was the reporter on the radio from Reichsrundfunk, Berlin
56. September 19, 1940 – Nazi government bans women not belonging to Jews group from working in Jewish houses
57. September 19, 1940 – Witold Pilecki allowed himself to be arrested for being sent to Auschwitz to get information secretly and commence confrontation
58. September 19, 1941 -1st discussion conference between Tito and Drdaza Mihailovic in Yugoslavia

59. September 19, 1941 – German forces seize Kiev
60. September 19, 1941 – Nazis ask German Jews to compulsorily wear Jewish emblems
61. September 19, 1943 – Fanny Whiters-Koen achieves more than jumping best score
62. September 19, 1943 – drowning of U-341 by Liberator missiles
63. September 19, 1944 – in a bomb attack on Eindhoven by Luftwaffe, 200 lost their life
64. September 19, 1944 – ceasefire agreement between Finland and the Soviet Union accorded
65. September 19, 1945 – Kim II-sung reaches Wonsan port. Korea
66. September 19, 1945 – William Joyce, nicknamed Lord Haw Haw awarded capital punishment in London
67. September 19, 1947 – Jackie Robinson was awarded the “Rookie Award” of the year 1947
68. September 19, 1948 – Pancho Gonzales defeats Eric Sturgess (6-2.6-3,14-12) at the 68th US Men’s National Championship
69. September 19, 1948 – Margaret Osborne de Pont triumphs Louise Brough Clapp (4-6,6-4,15-13) at the 62nd US Women’s National Championship
70. September 19, 1950 – establishment of the European Payment Association in Paris
71. September 19, 1950 – The request of China for a membership not accepted by the UN
72. September 19, 1951 – the first program of “Search for Tomorrow” started on CVS Television
73. September 19, 1951 – demonstration and strike by govt. staff in Italy for enhanced pay
74. September 19, 1952 – Television series featuring George Reeves in “Adventures of Superman” before an association in the US
75. September 19, 1952 – coming to the US after Charlie Chaplin visited England was banned by the United States

76. September 19, 1953 – valedictory of “Hazel Flagg” at Mark Hellinger Theatre NYC after 190 presentations
77. September 19, 1954 – LPGA Wichita Golf Open achieved by Beverly Hanson
78. September 19, 1955 – President of Argentine Juan Person runs away after stepping down
79. September 19, 1955 – Ernie Banks of Cubs scores his best 5th Grand Slam of the season
80. September 19, 1955 – Tempest Hilda strikes Mexico destroying 200 lives
81. September 19, 1956 – black authors and artists meet at the first international gathering
82. September 19, 1957 – 1st atomic test underground at Los Vegas Nevada
83. September 19, 1957 – sale of 300000 copies of her musical, “Bambino” Dalida was awarded “Gold Record”
84. September 19, 1959 – Nikita Khrushchev was banned from visiting Disneyland
85. September 19, 1960 – Billboard Magazine classify “Twist” by Chubby Checker as No.1
86. September 19, 1961- Betty and Barney Hill asserted that they witnessed a strange object which wanted to capture them
87. September 19, 1962 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya, USSR
88. September 19, 1863 – establishment of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland
89. September 19, 1965 – LPGA Visalia Golf Open achieved by Clifford Ann Creed
90. September 19, 1965 – Erhards CDU was selected to the West German Legislature through voting
91. September 19, 1966 – Mike Burke was selected as the president of the Yankees
92. September 19, 1967 – Nigeria rebels against Biafra
93. September 19, 1968 – Denny McLain achieves his 31st victory while Mickey Mantle scores his 535th HR
94. September 19, 1970 – The entertainment screening of “The Mary Taylor Moore” commences on CBS
95. September 19, 1971 – The lengthy run of the 1st NYC Women’s Marathon was achieved by Beth Bonner in 2:55:22

96. September 19, 1971 – The lengthy run of the 2nd NYC Marathon achieved by Norman Higgins in 2:22:54
97. September 19, 1972 – an explosive device hidden in a parcel and delivered at the Israeli Embassy in London murders one attaché
98. September 19, 1973 – Carl XVI Gustaf crowned as King of Sweden
99. September 19, 1973 – the plan to shift to Washington by the San Diego Padres was not acceptable to the NL
100. September 19, 1973 – USSR conducts atomic test below ground
101. September 19, 1974 – Cyclone Fifi strikes the coastline of Honduras killing some 5000
102. September 19, 1974 – The security agency in Russia, KGB does everything possible to dishonor the Russian author, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn so that he did not correspond with protesters in USSR
103. September 19, 1975 – Arrival of the Indonesian army in Portuguese East Timor
104. September 19, 1975 – the BBC2 in United Kingdom hosts “Fawlty Towers” featuring John Cleese, Prunella Scales, and Andrew Sachs for the first time
105. September 19, 1976 – Debut performance of “Going Up” at John Golden Theatre NYC for 49 presentations
106. September 19, 1976 – LPGA Portland Golf Classic achieved by Donna Caponi
107. September 19, 1979 – a musical by No Nukes Concert consisting of Springsteen and Crosby, Stills, and Nash was performed at Madison Square Garden
108. September 19, 1980 – detonation of Titan II projectile
109. September 19, 1980 – Debut performance of “Ordinary People” guided by Robert Redford and featuring Donald Sutherland, Mary Tyler Moor, and Judd Hirsch. It was chosen as the Best Picture 1981
110. September 19, 1981 – launching of projectiles China 10 and 11 to circle the earth by B-rocket
111. September 19, 1981 – Simon and Garfunkel come together to perform a musical at NYC Central Park
112. September 19, 1981 – People’s Choice Award was given to “Chariots of Fire” guided by Hugh Hudson at the 6th Toronto International Film Festival
113. September 19, 1982 – Hill St Blue, Barney Miller, Alan Alda, and Carol Kane were selected for the 34th Emmy Awards
114. September 19, 1982 – The Portland Ping Team Golf Championship was achieved by Sandra Haynie/Kathy McMullen
115. September 19, 1982 – public service vehicle stops functioning on Market Street, San Francisco after completion of 122 years of service
116. September 19, 1983 – prime number 2^132049-1 was discovered by David Slowinski on the CRAY computer system
117. September 19, 1983 – freedom granted to St Kitts and Nevis by the British Government
118. September 19, 1984 – the agreement to hand over Hong Kong to China by 1997 was accorded between Britain and China

119. September 19, 1985 – earthquake of magnitude 8.1 strikes Mexico City causing the death of 10000 people and 250000 displaced
120. September 19, 1986 – Michael Jackson starred film “Captain EO” shown for the first time
121. September 19, 1986 – Joe Crowley of White Sox scores no hits against California Angels, 7-1
122. September 19, 1986 – In a cricket match against India at Madras, Dean Jones records 210 runs
123. September 19, 1986 – The health department in the US declared that the medicine under the name AZT is offered to AIDS sufferers
124. September 19, 1987 – The 61st Miss America pageant was awarded to Kaye Lani Rae Rafko, 24
125. September 19, 1987 – People’s Choice Award was given to “The Princess Bride” guided by Rob Reiner at the 12th Toronto International Film Festival
126. September 19, 1988 – launch of 1st missile by Israel for purposes of confidential defense survey
127. September 19, 1988 – Greg Louganis, US Olympic swimmer, knocks his head against the diving platform
128. September 19, 1989 – the inauguration of the Chase Manhattan Discovery Centre at Brooklyn Botanical Garden
129. September 19, 1989 – in an air accident involving French aircraft. Near Niger, 171 persons lost their life
130. September 19, 1989 – NY Supreme Court decides in favor of New Zealand but the appeal in courts returns the America Cup to the US
131. September 19, 1989 – a premier show of “Doogie Howser. MD” featuring Neil Patrick Harris as a young doctor on ABC
132. September 19, 1990 – the inauguration of the film, “Goodfellas” guided by Martin Scorsese, and featuring Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, and Ray Liotta
133. September 19, 1991 – Horse Precious Bunny triumphs the 46th Little Brown Jug
134. September 19, 1991 – German travelers found the 3300 BCE mummified body in Italian mountains – Otzi the Iceman
135. September 19, 1992 – Sergei Boebka archives the best in pole vault (6.13m)
136. September 19, 1992 – People’s Choice Award given to “Strictly Ballroom” guided by Baz Luhrmann at the 17th Toronto International Film Festival
137. September 19, 1993 – Seinfeld, Picket Fences, and Ted Danson were given the 45th Emmy Award
138. September 19, 1993 – Actress Michele Phillips was forcibly relieved of her things at gunpoint
139. September 19, 1993 – LPGA SAFECO Golf Classic achieved by Brandie Burton
140. September 19, 1993 – Crowning of Kimberly Clarice Aiken, 18, Miss SC as 67th Miss America
141. September 19, 1993 – election to the legislature in Poland
142. September 19, 1993 – Tom Glavine triumphs 20 plays in 3 consecutive years
143. September 19, 1994 – the arrival of 3000 US military personnel in Haiti
144. September 19, 1994 – Bildt steps down from his position in the Swedish Government
145. September 19, 1994 – debut presentation on NBC of “ER” designed by Michael Crichton and featured by George Clooney and Anthony Edwards
146. September 19, 1995 – Andres Galarraga scored 30 HRs for the Rockies in 1995 and he was 4th to get this distinction
147. September 19, 1996 – inauguration of “Skylight” at Royale Theatre NYC
148. September 19, 1997 – rebellion in Algeria leaves 53 dead
149. September 19, 1998 – People’s Choice Award was given to “Life is Beautiful” guided by Roberto Benigni at the 23rd Toronto International Film Festival

21st Century – September 19 This Day In History – The 2000s

150. September 19, 2000 – Ken Griffey, Jr. makes his mark as a pinch hitter by scoring his 400th HR
151. September 19, 2004 – The Sopranos, Arrested Development, James Spader and Allison Janney were given the 56th Emmy Award
152. September 19, 2004 – the 35th Ryder Cup was achieved by Europe at Oakland Hills Country Club in Michigan, US. (18.5-9.5)
153. September 19, 2006 – military rebellion in Bangkok withdraws The Constitution and assumes power
154. September 19, 2008 – Greg Maddux scores his 5000th pitches Vs San Francisco Giants
155. September 19, 2009 – People’s Choice Award was given to “Precious” guided by Lee Daniels at the 34th Toronto International Film Festival
156. September 19, 2010 – People’s Choice Award was given to “The King’s Speech” guided by Tom Hooper
157. September 19, 2011 – Ashton Kutcher acts for the first time in “Two and a Half Men” in place of Charlie Sheen
158. September 19, 2012 – in a car shelling incident in Peshawar, Afghanistan, 9 lost their life and 20 injured
159. September 19, 2015 – Japan vanquishes South Africa, 34-32, in Brighton, England in the Rugby World Cup and the biggest surprise
160. September 19, 2016 – “Game of Thrones”, Julia Dreyfus, and Rami Malek achieve the 68th Emmy Awards, sponsored by Jimmy Kimmel
161. September 19, 2016 – transport carrying assistance/help to Urum al-Kubra, Syria was bombarded and the UN strongly condemned it as a war crime

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