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Famous Events For September 24

Famous Events For September 24 – Today In History

What Happened on September 24 in World History?

Early Centuries – September 24 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. September 24, 0312 – the culmination of the rule of Liberius as Catholic Pope
2. September 24, 073 – the conference of Hertford makes rules for the English church
3. September 24, 0787 – conference of the representatives of the church inaugurated
4. September 24, 1180- the downfall of the kingdom of Byzantine commences with the demise of ManuelmI Kimnenis, the last king of Komnenian
5. September 24, 1493 – 2nd voyage of Columbus to the New World
6. September 24, 1529 – commencement of the seizure of Vienna by Sultan Suleiman and his army
7. September 24, 1537 – unsuccessful rebellion in Lubeck
8. September 24, 1625 – assault by Dutch on San Juan, Puerto Rico

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9. September 24, 1629 – selection of Jacques Specx as Governor-general of Dutch-Indies
10. September 24, 1657 – the first post-mortem and its conclusion documented in Maryland
11. September 24, 1664 – surrender of Dutch Fort Orange to English
12. September 24, 1683 – Emperor Louis XIV orders all Jews from French settlements in America to leave
13. September 24, 1688 – France and Germany engage in a battle
14. September 24, 1706 – peace agreement between Charles XII of Sweden and August II of Saksen
15. September 24, 1742 – community permitted to use Faneuil Hall, Boston
16. September 24, 1776 – Doncaster is the venue of the first St Lrger horserace
17. September 24, 1786 – Jupiter Hammon, poet and African American slave lectures on the liberation of slaves at the Negroes of the State of New York
18. September 24, 1789 – founding of a division of mail office as per the new structure approved by the US Senate
19. September 24, 1789 – formation of a 6-judge bench of the Supreme Court per the US Central Legal Act
20. September 24, 1789 – appointment of John Jay, as the 1st Chief Justice by President George Washington
21. September 24, 1789 – a new position of Attorney General established

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19th Century – September 24 This Day That Year – The 1800s

22. September 24, 1829 – peace agreement between Russia and the Ottoman King accorded in Adrianople
23. September 24, 1838 – The Anti Corn law opposing the present English Corn Law opposing the present regulation of import and export of agricultural products as per the English Corn law was enacted
24. September 24, 1841 – James Brooke, a British Explorer, acquires property about the Sarawak River from the Sultan of Brunei
25. September 24, 1850 – a circular order, viz Papal Bull, determines the Roman Catholic grading in England
26. September 24, 1852 – an aircraft powered by steam power used by Henri Giffard, a French technician for his first flight
27. September 24, 1853 – first round the globe travel by a cruiser
28. September 24, 1853 – New Caledonia added to French domain
29. September 24, 1853 – the inauguration of the first newspaper, Northern Daily Times in London
30. September 24, 1862 – The allied congress approves its Emblem
31. September 24, 1865 – balancing on a right rope from Cliff House to Seal Rocks, SF by James Cooke

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32. September 24, 1869 – On a Friday, Gould, and Fisk try to capture the gold market causing fear in Wall Street, and that Friday is called Black Friday
33. September 24, 1872 – debut performance of “Ein Bruderzwist in Habsburg” in Vienna
34. September 24, 1877 – a conclusive triumph for the Japanese Army over the Satsuma revolt at the war of Shiroyama
35. September 24, 1883 – Conference of blacks at Louisville, Kentucky at a national level
36. September 24, 1884 – a musical concert “Adonis” by Dixey, Rice, and Gill debuts in NYC
37. September 24, 1885 – Five warships belonging to Germans start moving towards Zanzibar
38. September 24, 1889 – copyrights given to Alexander Day for his invention of the clock
39. September 24, 1890 – the teachings and practice of polygamy were not advocated through a declaration by the President of the Mormon Church, Wilford Woodruff

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 24 – The 1900s

40. September 24, 1902 – the inauguration of the Sherlock Holms, “Adventure of Red Circle”
41. September 24, 1903 – Edmund Barton steps down to make way for Alfred Deakin to become Prime Minister of Australia
42. September 24, 1903 – Bill Bradley of Cleveland scores a hit for the cycle and he is the first to achieve this distinction
43. September 24, 1906 – a concert by V Herbert and H Blossom, “Red Mill” debuts in NYC
44. September 24, 1906 – Prince George of Greece, now an ambassador, was not satisfied and felt that he could not serve the people of Crete, so he stepped down
45. September 24, 1908 – Cleveland vanquishes Boston, 2-1
46. September 24, 1916 – a grand slam in AL by achieving 1st pinch hit by Indians’Marty Kavanaugh
47. September 24, 1919, Babe Ruth archives a term HR at 28

48. September 24, 1922 – two groups of congress – USDP and SPD – amalgamate at Nuremberg and chose Karl Kautsky as its chief
49. September 24, 1922 – Roger Hornsby achieves NL HR target at 42
50. September 24, 1923 –motion picture made of hard material (celluloid) “Das Leben auf dem Dorfe” debuts in Berlin
51. September 24, 1924 – aerodrome at Boston, Massachusetts, commissioned
52. September 24, 1926 – Cardinals achieve their NL banner by defeating Giants, 6-4
53. September 24, 1927 – the name of NHL’s Toronto St. Patricks changed to Maple Leafs
54. September 24, 1927 – Yanks achieve the high 106 triumphs
55. September 24, 1928 – a musical by Cohan/Lardner, “Elmer the Great” debuts in NYC
56. September 24, 1929 – a two wing aircraft fully equipped with instruments was flown by Lt James Doolittle over Mitchell Field in NY

57. September 24, 1929 – the culmination of the term after achieving 12-0 by Yanks Tom Zachary
58. September 24, 1930 – first performance of “Once in a Lifetime” by G Kaufman and M Hart in NY
59. September 24, 1930 – “Private Lives” by Noel Coward, debuts in London
60. September 24, 1930 – in an illuminated field, the 1st NFL played between Portsmouth and Brooklyn and Brooklyn was defeated
61. September 24, 1931 – Brooklyn, Giants, and Yanks play a fundraising game for the sake of the unemployed with Brooklyn being vanquished by the Giants and Yanks
62. September 24, 1932 – Franklin D Roosevelt in his capacity as NY Governor arrives in LA
63. September 24, 1934 – at the Yankee arena, at a farewell function to Babe Ruth, 2500 well-wishers participate
64. September 24, 1934 – Red Sox defeat Yankees, 5-0 facilitating Idle Detroit achieving the banner
65. September 24, 1935 – the first game of cattle for cowboys under an illuminated field, arranged by Earl Bascom and Weldon at Columbia, Mississippi
66. September 24, 1938 – Alice Marble achieves her US tennis championship for the 2nd time
67. September 24, 1938 – Bon Budge vanquishes Gene Mako, (6-3,6-8,6-2,6-1) at the 58th US Men’s National Championship and was the 1st to achieve a grand slam
68. September 24, 1938 – Alice Marble triumphs over Nancye Wynne Bolton (6-0, 6-3) at the 52nd US Women’s National Championship

69. September 24, 1940 – Jimmy Foxx achieves his lifetime 500th HR
70. September 24, 1940 – a manufacturing unit in Spitfire in Southampton was destroyed by Luftwaffe missiles
71. September 24, 1941 – nine friendly regimes agree to follow the philosophy mandated in the Atlantic Agreement
72. September 24, 1941 – detonation in Hotel Continental in Kiev, a German capital
73. September 24, 1943 – The Soviet army, who had lost Smolensk earlier, captured again
74. September 24, 1946 – 2,309,029 fans participate to witness Yanks in a term surpassing that of the 1929 Cubs
75. September 24, 1948 – Nazi Germany hired Mildred Gillars to increase the publicity during WW II, says he is innocent of the 8 charges leveled against him in Washington, DC
76. September 24, 1948 – Yanks, Boston and Cleveland compete for the first position in the AL (91-56)
77. September 24, 1948 – Establishment of Honda Motor Company

78. September 24, 1950 – Overseeing that all Jews from Yemen depart to Israel under the “Operation Magic Carpet” movement
79. September 24, 1951 – earmarking of an area for Industrial purposes at Harlow New Town, England
80. September 24, 1951 – Atomic test by USSR
81. September 24, 1952 – death warrant issued against W Lages, a war culprit by Dutch administrator Dark
82. September 24, 1952 – an eruption of a volcano below the surface of the water under the investigation ship Kaiyo-maru-5
83. September 24, 1952 – The first licensed outlet of quick food group KFC was inaugurated in Salt Lake City, Utah
84. September 24, 1953 – inauguration of “Take a Giant Step” in Broadway
85. September 24, 1953 – in a heavyweight boxing fight, Rocky Marciano knocks out Roland La Starza in 11 for the boxing championship
86. September 24, 1954 – NBC presents the first Tonight Show
87. September 24, 1955 – valedictory of “Catch a Star” at Plymouth Theatre NYC after 23 presentations
88. September 24, 1955 – Eisenhower, US President on a holiday in Denver, had a heart ailment
89. September 24, 1955 – Washington Senators were defeated in their 99th and 100th play of the term
90. September 24, 1957 – at the concluding play at Ebbets Field, Brooklyn Dodgers vanquish Pirates, 2-0
91. September 24, 1957 – US army was ordered to integrate Little Rock Schools, by President Eisenhower

92. September 24, 1957 – inauguration of the biggest arena, Camp Nou at Barcelona
93. September 24, 1957 – a musical, “Jailhouse Rock” by Elvis Presley circulated
94. September 24, 1958 – The first bridge using fused aluminium beams on thoroughfare was accomplished at Urbandale, Ia
95. September 24, 1958 – ABC presents the first show of the Donna Reed Show
96. September 24, 1960 – Establishment of an International Development Association
97. September 24, 1960 – launch of the first atomic-powered aircraft transport ship, USS Enterprise
98. September 24, 1961 – LPGA Sacramento Valley Golf Open achieved by Mickey Wright
99. September 24, 1962 – TV transmission channel 10 in Pullman, WA commences airing the program
100. September 24, 1963 – Meredith got admission to the University of Miss, as per the verdict of the US judiciary
101. September 24, 1963 – Cubs defeating Cards facilitates Idle Dodgers to achieve their 2nd NL banner
102. September 24, 1963 – US agreement with Britain and Russia on restricting the atomic testing approved by the US senate
103. September 24, 1964 – debut of “The Munsters” on Television
104. September 24, 1964 – trial run of the intercontinental missile Minuteman II
105. September 24, 1964 – the founding of Brikley Building Co, by Ringo Starr
106. September 24, 1964 – Otto Great steps down to facilitate Willi Stoph to assume prime ministership of German DR
107. September 24, 1965 – Victor Leemans, Belgium sociologist, voted to become the chairman of the European legislature
108. September 24, 1965 – an agreement between Saudi Arabia and Egypt concerning Yemen
109. September 24, 1966 – cyclone Inez strikes the Caribbean, Florida, and Mexico killing 293
110. September 24, 1966 – Atomic test by France at Fangataufa Island
111. September 24, 1967 – in a football play, Jim Bakken of Cards achieves 7 field goals against Steelers
112. September 24, 1967 – LPGA Mickey Wright Golf Invitational achieved by Sandra Haynie
113. September 24, 1968 – TV presentation, “60 Minutes” debuts on CBS
114. September 24, 1968 – a musical TV presentation, “That’s Life” debuts
115. September 24, 1968 – Gil Hodges of NY Met had a heart attack
116. September 24, 1968 – Atomic test by IS at Nevada
117. September 24, 1969 – 2500 supporters of Elvis festival attend the meeting
118. September 24, 1969 – NY Mets achieve NL banner
119. September 24, 1969 – Ton Due Thang assumes as the president of North Vietnam
120. September 24, 1969 – court proceedings against “Chicago 8” commences
122. September 24, 1970 – safe landing on earth of soviet space craft Lina16
123. September 24, 1971 – 90 Russian embassy staff were asked to leave Britain on charges of spying
124. September 24, 1971 – Houston Astros defeat SD Padres, 2-1 in 21 rounds
125. September 24, 1972 – Aircraft Antique F 86 was not able to take off in an air exhibition but killed 22
126. September 24, 1973 – Portugal grants freedom to Guinea-Bissau

127. September 24, 1973 – Jim Bakken of St Louis Cards achieves NHL best score of 7 goals
128. September 24, 1974 – Clarence Jones of Kintetsu Buffaloes achieves his 38th HR and was the 1st American to accomplish Japanese HR
129. September 24, 1975 – OPEC hikes the oil prices by 15% per barrel
130. September 24, 1976 – debut performance of “Oh! Calcutta!” at Edison Theatre NYC for 5959 presentations
131. September 24, 1976 – Patricia Hearst, a newspaper owner was convicted for 7 years imprisonment for her involvement in the burglary of a bank. President Jimmy Carter freed her after 22 months
132. September 24, 1977 – conclusion of “Estrada” after 7 presentations at Majestic Theatre NYC
133. September 24, 1977 – debut TV presentation of “Love Boat” on ABC TV
134. September 24, 1978 – LPGA Ping Team Golf Classic achieved by Donna Caponi Young/Kathy Whitworth
135. September 24, 1978 – World Championship in hockey achieved by Dutch women’s group
136. September 24, 1978 – atomic test below the earth by USSR
137. September 24, 1979 – inauguration of the service on computer information by CompuServe
138. September 24, 1979 – Ghana accepts its constitution
139. September 24, 1979 – Pete Rose achieves his 200 hits for the 10th time in a term
140. September 24, 1979 – Protopopov and Beloussova, ice skaters of Russia, seek refuge in Switzerland
141. September 24, 1979 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya
142. September 24, 1989 – Iraq army cross the Iranian territory to seize Abadan
143. September 24, 1981 – atomic test by the US at Nevada
144. September 24, 1982 – Bjorn Borg, tennis legend, steps down at 26
145. September 24, 1982 – the combined army of the US, Italy, and the French arrive in Lebanon to create conditions for peace
146. September 24, 1983 – Shoaib Mohammad, son of Hanif, plays his first test cricket match against India in Jullundur
147. September 24, 1983 – atomic test below the earth by USSR
148. September 24, 1984 – Cubs achieve the NL East championship
149. September 24, 1984 – a musical by Paul McCartney, “No More Lonely Nights” announced
150. September 24, 1985 – 300 staff of Apollo Computer Inc retrenched
151. September 24, 1985 – a relay team crosses the English Channel in 15h 30m
152. September 24, 1987 – atomic test by the US at Nevada
153. September 24, 1988 – Barbara C Harris of Mass chosen as the first woman bishop
154. September 24, 1988 – Ben Johnson of Canada ran a 100 m in 9.79 sec. under the influence of drug
155. September 24, 1988 – Carl Lewis ran a 100-m run in 9.92 sec creating the world’s best
156. September 24, 1988 – seven track and field events for women achieved by Jackie Joyner-Kersee (7291)
157. September 24, 1989 – the 28th Ryder Cup event at the Belfry, England was a tie between US and Europe, 14-14
158. September 24, 1989 – LPGA Nippon Travel-MBS Golf Classic achieved by Nancy Lopez
159. September 24, 1989 – A TV show “The Preppie Murder” based on the murder committed in 1986 in Jennifer Levin by a school dropout Robert Chambers shown on ABC
160. September 24, 1990 – East Germany comes out of the Warsaw Treaty
161. September 24, 1990 – discussion meeting in Washington DC between South African President F.W. de Klerk and US President George H W Bush
162. September 24, 1990 – The Soviet Union accepts to change the market condition based on supply and demand with no governmental control
163. September 24, 1990 – amalgamation of East and West Germany pact was approved by West German President Richard von Weizsaecker
164. September 24, 1990 – on the surface of Saturn a Periodic Great White Spot noticed
165. September 24, 1990 – Iraq attacks the French and Dutch embassy in Kuwait which French President Mitterrand termed as a contravention of the global law; a US warship on board an Iraqi transporter with the Iraq flag leaves for the port of Basrah
166. September 24, 1991 – a TV presentation, “Good and Evil” and “Sibs” debuts on ABC TV
167. September 24, 1991 – A’s who were NL champions for 3 years, were removed from AL West
168. September 24, 1991 – Deion Sanders, who had left the Braves on July 31 to work for the NFL Falcons, comes back
169. September 24, 1991 – Robin Yount achieves hit 2000 and he was the 37th to get this distinction
170. September 24, 1992 – Scot Stevens becomes the 5th Captain of the NJ Devils
171. September 24, 1992 – at the age of 40, Dave Winfield of Toronto scored 100 RBI
172. September 24, 1993 – after the agreement for peace by PLO was approved, the first Israeli was murdered by Islamic
173. September 24, 1993 – installation of Norodom Sihanouk as King of Cambodia yet again
174. September 24, 1994 – Legislative voting in Ukraine
175. September 24, 1994 – Burmese politician Aung San Suu Kyi establishes the National League for Democracy and others to remove authoritarian rule in Myanmar
176. September 24, 1995 – Europe defeats US, 14 ½ – 13 ½ in the 31st Ryder Cup at Oak Hill County Club
177. September 24, 1995 – LPGA GHP Heartland Golf Classic achieved by Annika Sorenstam
178. September 24, 1995 – flare up of volcano Mount Ruapehu in North Island, NZ
179. September 24, 1995 – a TV version of “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen featuring Jennifer Ehle and Colin Firth premiers on BBC One
180. September 24, 1996 – US President Bill Clinton agrees at the United Nations ban on atomic test
181. September 24, 1997 – Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, and George Strait were awarded the 31st Country Music Association Award
182. September 24, 1997 – Drug peddler Ramon Arellano Felix was one of the most wanted fugitives

21st Century – September 24 This Day In History – The 2000s

183. September 24, 2001 – the speculation that the slump will diminish energy demand, the oil and petroleum stock prices drop to the bottom level in the last two years
184. September 24, 2005 – Cyclone Rita strikes the US, destroys Beaumont, Texas, and a part of southwest Louisiana
185. September 24, 2006 – Europe triumphs 18.5-9.5 in the 36th Ryder Cup at the K Club, Ireland
186. September 24, 2007 – Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad lectures at Columbia University which can provoke arguments
187. September 24, 2007 – A TV presentation of “The Big Bang Theory” initiated by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady and featuring Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, and Kaley Cuoco debuts on CBS
188. September 24, 2010 – the film “The Social Network” guided by David Fincher and featuring Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake debuts at the New York Film Festival
189. September 24, 2012 – sale of Japanese authors or about Japan banned in China
190. September 24, 2013 – an earthquake of strength 7.7 strikes Balochistan, Pakistan leaving 525 dead
191. September 24, 2015 – The representational stoning of the devil at Mina, near Mecca, South Arabia causes pandemonium during Hajj and leaves 717 dead
192. September 24, 2015 – a provisional president of Burkina Faso, Michel Kafando installed president again after the military rebellion
193. September 24, 2015 – in his papal lecture at the US Senate, Francis cites Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Thomas Merton, and Dorothy Day as his American champions

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