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Famous Events For September 22

Famous Events For September 22 – Today In History

What Happened on September 22 in World History?

Early Centuries – September 22 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. September 22, 0066 – First Imperial Army founded by Nero, Roman Emperor
2. September 22, 0530 – Boniface II starts his rule as Catholic Pope
3. September 22, 0530 – St Felix IV steps down as Catholic Pope
4. September 22, 0530 – Discorus commences his rule as Catholic anti-Pope
5. September 22, 1236 – the war of Siauliai was fought between Lithuanians and Semigallians to vanquish Livonian Brothers of Sword, a military order created
6. September 22, 1499 – Switzerland attained freedom and became an independent nation
7. September 22, 1504 – agreement for peace between Philip of Burgundy and Maximilian I and Louis XII at Blois
8. September 22, 1529 – Cardinal Thomas Wolsey who was Chancellor of England removed from service

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9. September 22, 1586 – The combined armies of Dutch and English fought a war against the Spanish army at the War of Zutphen
10. September 22, 1598 – Ben Jonson, Dramatist and poet was accused of killing a person consequent on his quarrel
11. September 22, 1656 – Judith Catchpole was indicted of murdering her child and the appeal was heard by a female judge in Patuxent County, Maryland
12. September 22, 1665 – debut performance of “Lámour Medecin” by Moliere in Paris
13. September 22, 1692 – in the US, the last of 8 were executed for sorcery. A total of 20 were executed during prosecutions in Salem hearings, in Massachusetts
14. September 22, 1699 – the high price of butter triggers demonstrations in Rotterdam

18th Century – What Happened on September 22 – The 1700s

15. September 22, 1711 – seizure of Ria de Janeiro by the French army
16. September 22, 1733 – Polish King Lesczynski exiles to Danzig
17. September 22, 1735 – the first Prime Minister to reside at No.10, Downing Street, was Robert Walpole
18. September 22, 1745 – The army of Prince Charlie retreat to Edinburgh
19. September 22, 1753 –Pangeran Gusti assumed charge as Sultan of Banten
20. September 22, 1756 – inauguration of Nassau Hall at Princeton University
21. September 22, 1761 – the crowning of sovereign King George III of the UK and Queen Charlotte
22. September 22, 1772 – the division of Poland is approved by Austria, Prussia and Russia
23. September 22, 1784 – a small group of Russian traders form a settlement in Kodial Island in Alaska
24. September 22, 1789 – the Chief of Postal Service in the US is required to submit to the President through the Secretary of the Finances as approved by the Senate
25. September 22, 1792 – the powers of the king were withdrawn by the French Congress

19th Century – September 22 This Day That Year – The 1800s

26. September 22, 1817 – John Quincy Adams assumes charge as US Secretary of State
27. September 22, 1851 – The City of Des Moines, Iowa merged to form Fort Des Moines
28. September 22, 1861 – Navaho Indians were raped by Fort Fauntleroy
29. September 22, 1862 – announcement by President Lincoln that freedom will be granted to all slaves in all states by the first of January
30. September 22, 1864 – the army under the command of Gen Early withdraws to Brown’s Gap at the war of Fisher’s Hill, VA
31. September 22, 1864 – a military camp was established by Sheridan in Harrisonburg, VA
32. September 22, 1866 – conclusive war at Curupaity involving combined armies
33. September 22, 1868 – rebellion in New Orleans, LA

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34. September 22, 1869 – debut performance of “Rhine Gold” by Richard Wagner in Munich
35. September 22, 1877 – The teachings of the philosophy of growth in educational institutions were opposed by Rudolf Virchow in a lecture he addressed to the assembly of German Naturalist and Physicians in Munich
36. September 22, 1885 – Lord Randolph Churchill delivers an address opposing the government of a colony
37. September 22, 1896 – The sovereignty of Queen Victoria exceeded that of her grandfather King George III as an emperor in the British

20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 22 – The 1900s

38. September 22, 1903 – Copyright granted to Italo Marchiony for preparation of ice cream cone
39. September 22, 1905 – Willie Anderson scores a 314 at Myopia Club Mass
40. September 22, 1905 – rebellion against ethnic groups in Atlanta Georgia where 10 blacks and 2 whites were killed
41. September 22, 1906 – rebellion against ethnic groups in Atlanta Georgia kills 21
42. September 22, 1906 – Domestic helpers in New Zealand demand 68 -hour work per week

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43. September 22, 1908 – Freedom granted to Bulgaria from Ottoman Empire
44. September 22, 1910 – inauguration of Saskatchewan Rugby Football Association
45. September 22, 1910 – inauguration of Duke of York’s cinema hall in Brighton, and it is the oldest cinema hall still operating today
46. September 22, 1911 – Cy Young defeats Pitts, 1-0, and wins a record wins of 511
47. September 22, 1912 – Eddie Collins scores 6 stealing bases in a game
48. September 22, 1913 – detonation in a coalfield at Dawson, New Mexico kills 263
49. September 22, 1913 – debut performance of “Seven Keys to Baldpate” by George Cohan in NYC
50. September 22, 1913 – Mahatma Gandhi formed three football teams known as passive resisters. The passive registers including Mrs. Kasturba Gandhi were detained at Volksrust and sent to jail in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
51. September 22, 1914 – one underwater warship destroys 3 British warships and 1459 died
52. September 22, 1914 – Gen Beyers was removed from service for his reluctance to help Britishers in a battle against Germany, and the command of the forces was taken over by Louis Botha, Prime Minister of South Africa
53. September 22, 1915 – Red Sox asks for permission from Braves to use their large playground for World Series
54. September 22, 1915 – the first session of the class was held at the Southern Methodist University
55. September 22, 1915 – Inauguration of the 1st Black Catholic College – Xavier University in US in NO, LA
56. September 22, 1919 – work stopped by steelworkers in the US
57. September 22, 1920 – An investigating judicial bench formed to study the charges that 8 White Sox players were involved in match-fixing at the 1919 World Series
58. September 22, 1921 – Inauguration of Music Box Theatre at 239 W, 45th St, NYC
59. September 22, 1921 – Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania were admitted as members of the League of Nations
60. September 22, 1922 – US Senate approves the Cable Act according to which, an American woman marrying a foreign national will not lose her citizenship nor a woman marrying an American becomes an American citizen
61. September 22, 1925 – Yank Ben Paschal scores 2 HRs
62. September 22, 1926 – agreement for marriage between Belgian prince Leopold and Swedish princess Astrid
63. September 22, 1927 – Gene Tunney defeats Jack Dempsey in 10 for a second time in the heavyweight boxing competition and it is nicknamed the Long Count competition
64. September 22, 1927 – Yanks Earle Coombs scores 3 triples
65. September 22, 1931 – to fight the slump in New Zealand, an alliance administration was formed
66. September 22, 1932 – Karolyi, Prime Minister of Hungary steps down
67. September 22, 1934 – Detonation in a coal mine in Gresford in Wales causes the death of 266 workers and saviors
68. September 22, 1935 – Boston Braves lost 115 National League match
69. September 22, 1937 – inferno in a forest in Cody Wyoming leaves 14 dead and 50 injured
70. September 22, 1937 – the war of El Mazuco was fought between nationalist and republican armies during the Spanish Civil War. The seizure of Pena Blanca was a decisive war and the culmination of Battle Eazuco
71. September 22, 1941 – arrival of Bill Hudson, British Signal Officer in Montenegro
72. September 22, 1942 – Meulenerg stole church bells
73. September 22, 1943 – British underwater warship assault Tirpitz

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74. September 22, 1943 – U-229 underwater warship was sunk by Destroyer HM Keppel
75. September 22, 1944 – the combined armies who had lost Boulogne earlier now seized it
76. September 22, 1944 – Polish Air Force dropped military parachutists at Driel
77. September 22, 1944 – arrival of US army at Ulithi
78. September 22, 1944 – Jose P. Laurel, President, brings the Philippines under military rule by a declaration
79. September 22, 1946 – Evelyn Dick, a Canadian lady was accused of killing her husband in Hamilton, Ontario
80. September 22, 1947 – Brooklyn Dodgers vanquish St. Louis Cardinals. 94-60 and achieve the NL banner
81. September 22, 1949 – airing of TV Transmission channel 2 in Greensboro-High Point, NC commences
82. September 22, 1950 – elevation of Omar N Bradley to a higher position as a 5-star cadre
83. September 22, 1953 – revolt by Islamic group in Atjeh in Indonesia
84. September 22, 1954 – in his debut play, Bkln Dodger Karl Spooner defeats 15 NY Giants
85. September 22, 1955 – cyclone Janet strikes the Caribbean killing 500
86. September 22, 1957 – debut performance of “Maverick” featuring James Garner on ABC
87. September 22, 1957 – 39th and 40th HRs by Duke Snider are the last at Ebbets Field
88. September 22, 1958 – the airing of TV Transmission channel 3 in Phoenix, AZ commences
89. September 22, 1958 – US underwater vessel USS Skate stays under Pole for 31 days
90. September 22, 1959 – Chicago White Sox achieve NL banner
91. September 22, 1960 – France grants freedom to Mali
92. September 22, 1961 – Jim Gentile scores 5 grand slams in a season
93. September 22, 1962 – musical by Bob Dylan in Carnegie Hall, NYC
94. September 22, 1963 – Josef Lenart overthrows Viliam Siroky as Czechoslovakian prime minister

95. September 22, 1963 – LPGA Visalia Ladies’ Golf Open achieved by Mickey Wright
96. September 22, 1964 – inaugural performance of “Fiddler on the Roof” at Imperial Theatre, NYC, and makes 3242 presentations
97. September 22, 1964 – debut performance of “Man from U.N.C.L.E.” on open channel D on NBC
98. September 22, 1965 – India and Pakistan announce a cease-fire in the Indo-Pakistan battle
99. September 22, 1966 – “Delicate Balance” by Edward Albee makes its first appearance in NYC
100. September 22, 1966 – TV Transmission channel 10 in Wailuku, HI commences airing programs on TV
101. September 22, 1966 – 413 spectators witness the play at Yankee Arena
102. September 22, 1966 – Orioles achieve NL banner by defeating A’s 6-1
103. September 22, 1966 – Spacecraft Surveyor 2 smashes on Moon
104. September 22, 1967 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh
105. September 22, 1968 – Iraq forms its Constitution
106. September 22, 1968 – LPGA Kings River Golf Open clinched by Kathy Whitworth
107. September 22, 1968 – spacecraft Zond 5 circles around the moon and returns to earth
108. September 22, 1969 – first performance of “Music Scene” on ABC Transmission
109. September 22, 1969 – atomic test by China at Lop Nor, PRC
110. September 22, 1969 – SF Giant Willie Mays scores 600 HR and he was the second to achieve this distinction
111. September 22, 1970 – US President Richard Nixon proposes to recruit an additional 1000 FBI agents to deal with college outbreaks

112. September 22, 1971 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada Test grounds
113. September 22, 1971 – OPEC instructs its constituents to arrive at a new price to counterbalance the effects of lowering the price of US $
114. September 22, 1973 – inauguration of “A Little Night Music” at Majestic Theatre on Broadway
115. September 22, 1973 – US clinches the 29th Ryder Cup at Muirfield, Scotland, 19-13
116. September 22, 1973 – Henry Kissinger takes the oath of office as the Secretary of State. He was the 1st Jewish Secretary to occupy this position
117. September 22, 1975 – termination of World Football League
118. September 22, 1975 – failed 2nd attempt on the life of US President Gerald Ford by Sara Jane Moore in San Francisco
119. September 22, 1976 – first presentation of “Charlie’s Angels” featuring Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson, and Jaclyn Smith
120. September 22, 1977 – “Texas Trilogy” by Preston Jones debuts in NYC
121. September 22, 1977 – A policeman killed in Utrecht by the West German Red Army Group radical
122. September 22, 1978 – Menachem Begin, Prime Minister of Israel attends the meeting at Camp David and arrives at HQ
123. September 22, 1979 – Atomic test by Israel at the Indian Ocean
124. September 22, 1980 – Iraq attacks Iran to gain control over the Shatt al-Arab canal
125. September 22, 1980 – the agreement between John Lennon and Yoko Ono and Geffen Recording Co., for the business pact
126. September 22, 1981 – appointment of Sandra Day O’Connor as judge of the US Supreme Court
127. September 22, 1982 – Duleep Mendis scores two centuries for Sri Lanka against India
128. September 22, 1982 – cable cars in San Francisco shut for 20 months after its concluding run
129. September 22, 1982 – debut performance of “Family Ties” featuring Michael J Fox on NBC
130. September 22, 1983 – Launch of spacecraft Galaxy-B by NACA
131. September 22, 1983 – Atomic test by USSR below the earth
132. September 22, 1983 – Zhu Jianhau of China clears 7’9 ¾” in high jump
133. September 22, 1985 – benefit musical recital by Willie Nelson, Neil Young, and John Mellencamp in aid of a family agriculture farm

134. September 22, 1985 – Cagney & Lacey, Cosby Show & Tyne Daly achieve the 37th Emmy Awards
135. September 22, 1985 – Billy Martin suffered a broken right arm in a fight with pitcher Ed Whitson
136. September 22, 1985 – The French Prime Minister made a speech on Television to admit that the Rainbow Warrior was sunk by DGSE agents
137. September 22, 1985 – benefit musical by rock and musicians in the air of farm agriculture in Champaign, Illinois
138. September 22, 1985 – LPGA Konica Sun Golf Classic achieved by Val Skinner
139. September 22, 1985 – St Louis Cardinals achieved a rare successful series by winning 9 games out of 5
140. September 22, 1985 – G 10 Nations agree to manipulate the US dollars to Japanese and German currency at the Plaza Accord in New York City
141. September 22, 1986 – agreement on demobilization by 35 countries signed in Stockholm
142. September 22, 1986 – The test cricket match at Madras between India and Australia ends in a tie
143. September 22, 1986 – The first Mexican to triumph in 20 games was LA Dodger Fernando Valenzuela

144. September 22, 1987 – the players of 2nd term NFL stopped playing
145. September 22, 1987 – The sudden purchase of stocks, pushed the industrial average point by 75.23 Dow-Jones
146. September 22, 1987 – The freestyle 400 m swimming competition for women was achieved by Janet B Evans (4:03.85)
147. September 22, 1987 – 24-day stoppage of play by NFL
148. September 22, 1988 – Canada starts minting $5 silver coin with Maple Leaf insignia
149. September 22, 1988 – a tussle between South Korean coaches and NZ umpire on a doubtful conclusion and the resulting strike for 67 minutes by Olympic Korean heavyweight champion
150. September 22, 1989 – Leon Durham, of Cards was banned for 60 days for testing positive for drugs
151. September 22, 1989 – first presentation of “Baywatch” featuring David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson on NBC
152. September 22, 1990 – deportation of Jordanian and Yemeni embassy staff by Saudi Arabia
153. September 22, 1991 – amalgamation of two ABN & AMRO Dutch banks
154. September 22, 1991 – California University makes public the old religious writings of – the Dead Sea Scrolls
155. September 22, 1991 – Harry Gant triumphs in the NSACAR Goody 500 car race
156. September 22, 1991 – Coach Don Shula captures his 300th victory career in the NFL
157. September 22, 1991 – LPGA SAFECO Golf Classic achieved by Pat Bradley
158. September 22, 1992 – A severe cyclone in South France leaves 34 dead
159. September 22, 1993 – Ukrainian Prime Minister Leonid Kuchma steps down citing poor progress in transformation
160. September 22, 1993 –valedictory play of Nolan Ryan, 46, MLB Pitching Legend
161. September 22, 1993 – Spacecraft (Discovery) grounds
162. September 22, 1993 – termination of President Boris Yeltsin by USSR
163. September 22, 1993 – a rocket brings down the Airline Tu-154 in Sukhumi, Georgia, belonging to Georgian Airlines
164. September 22, 1994 – Prime Minister of Denmark steps down
165. September 22, 1995 – An E-3B aircraft met with an accident due to a bird hit immediately after take-off at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska killing 23 traveling
166. September 22, 1996 – the US vanquishes Europe, 17-11, at St Pierre Wales at the 4th Solheim Cup
167. September 22, 1997 – Marv Albert accused of sexual harassment contends not guilty
168. September 22, 1997 – more than 200 residents were murdered in Algeria during the Bentalha massacre
169. September 22, 1997 – in honor of Princess Diana, Prince of Wales Elton John sings “Candle in the Wind 1997” in the US
170. September 22, 1999 – Shania Twain, Martina McBride & Tim McGraw were awarded the 33rd Country Music Association Award
171. September 22, 1999 – the debut of “The West Wing” by Alan Sorkin featuring Martin Sheen, Rob Lowe, and Richard Schiff on NBC

21st Century – September 22 This Day In History – The 2000s

172. September 22, 2002 – The West Wing, Friends, Michael Chiklis & Allison Janney were awarded the 544th Emmy Awards
173. September 22, 2003 – in an open-air hot balloon, David Hempleman-Adams crosses the Atlantic Ocean and he was the first person to achieve this distinction
174. September 22, 2004 – a premier show of “Lost” by J J Abrams featuring Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lilly on ABC in the US
175. September 22, 2006 – a magnetic levitation train in Germany meets with an accident leaving 23 dead
176. September 22, 2006 – The United States Navy stops using its F-14 vessel
177. September 22, 2009 – debut show of violence-filled play, “NCIS” featuring Chris O’Donnell, LL Cool J and Daniela Ruha on CBS
178. September 22, 2011 – discovery of neutrons that travel faster than light made known by experts in CERN
179. September 22, 2012 – an alcoholic driver runs at 200 kmph in Moscow and hits a bus stop killing 7 who were walking on the footpath
180. September 22, 2013 – a reckless bomber attacks a church in Peshawar Pakistan killing 78 people
181. September 22, 2013 – “Breaking Bad” and “Modern Family” achieve the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards
182. September 22, 2013 – Angela Merkel and Christian Democrats sweep the German Federal Election for a third time for their best performance in a decade
183. September 22, 2014 – NASA’s spacecraft MAVEN effectively orbits over Mars
184. September 22, 2015 – Pope Francis arrives in the US to the grand reception by President Obama and Vice President Biden for a 6-day visit to IS

185. September 22, 2015 – car manufacturer Volkswagen confesses that nearly 11 million cars have been incorrectly automated to show lesser discharges than the actual value
186. September 22, 2015 – first official visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to the US reaches Seattle
187. September 22, 2016 – Police officer, Betty Shelby is accused of murdering an unarmed black man Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Oklahoma

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