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Famous Events For September 4

Famous Events For September 4 – Today In History

September 4: Today in History – Historical Events

Early Centuries – September 4 Historic Events – Before the 1700s

  1. September 4, 0422 – St. Boniface I step down as Catholic Pope
  2. September 4, 0476- The old western Roman kingdom terminated as Romulus Augustulus stepped down after being attacked Rome by the forces under the control of Odoacer
  3. September 4, 0626 – Shimin was crowned as Emperor of Taizong of Tang, King of China, on his father renounced the throne
  4. September 4, 1024 – installation of Conrad II as King of Germany
  5. September 4, 1260 – the enemy groups Guelphs and Ghibellines fight at Montaperti, Tuscany
  6. September 4, 1282 – Sicily seized by Pedro III, King of Aragon

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  7. September 4, 1414 – agreement for Peace between John and Armagnacs
  8. September 4, 1479 – Isabella identified as Queen of Castile by King Alfonso I of Portugal
  9. September 4, 1571 – insurgence by Catholics in Scotland
  10. September 4, 1609 – the discovery of the islands of Manhattan by the European explorer Henry Hudson
  11. September 4, 1618 – thousands perished when “Rodi”, a severe cyclone strikes Plurs in Switzerland
  12. September 4, 1682 – English astrophysicist examines the comet named in his honor

    18th Century – What Happened on September 4 – The 1700s

  13. September 4, 1778 – business contract approved between Amsterdam and American protestors
  14. September 4, 1781 – A Spanish speaking non-Spanish tribe in Bahia de las Fumas (Bay of Smokes) established Los Angeles
  15. September 4, 1786- Hattem/Elburg looted by army

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    19th Century – September 4 This Day That Year – The 1800s

  16. September 4, 1805 – Batavian State issues its first news publication
  17. September 4, 1807 – boat operated by a steam engine invented by Robert Fulton started operation by him
  18. September 4, 1813 – publication of the first US spiritual newspaper
  19. September 4, 1833 – first appointment of newsboys by NY Sun
  20. September 4, 1842 – after a gap of 284 years, the construction of the Cologne Church restarts
  21. September 4, 1854 – The combined forces of British and French attack Petropavlovsk Kamchatka
  22. September 4, 1862 – during the American Civil Battle, 50000 Allied forces attacked the North, under the control of General Lee
  23. September 4, 1862 – crusade in Maryland commenced
  24. September 4, 1864 – rebellion in Mobile, Alabama
  25. September 4, 1866 – 1st edition of the daily newspaper in Hawaii

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  26. September 4, 1870 – French defeat Napoleon III after he suffered a rout by Prussia at Sedan and declare the Third French Republic
  27. September 4, 1882 – The electric bulb invented by Thomas Edison was tested extensively and NY’s Pearl Street illuminated
  28. September 4, 1884 – the banishment of criminals to New South Wales in Australia was stopped by Britain
  29. September 4, 1885 – inauguration of the first lunchroom in NYC
  30. September 4, 1886 – US-Indian battle ended when Apache leader Geronimo accepts defeat
  31. September 4, 1888 – Copyright awarded to George Eastman for his film camera and records as “Kodak”
  32. September 4, 1893 – Beatrix Potter, an English writer, writes the tale of a rabbit named Peter for the sake of a five-year boy
  33. September 4, 1894 – tailors about 12000 in number in New York protest sweatshops
  34. September 4, 1894 – inauguration of football team Veendam 1894
  35. September 4, 1899 – an earthquake of intensity 8.3 strikes Yakutat Bay Alaska

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    20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 4 – 1900

  36. September 4, 1904 – commerce/ trade agreement between Dalai Lama and the British for trade in Tibet
  37. September 4, 1906 – 5th straight doubleheader victory for NY Highlanders
  38. September 4, 1908 – Central Alberta Rugby Football League Championship played by Caledonia and Hillhurst Football Clubs
  39. September 4, 1911 – 4250 m high record achieved by Garros
  40. September 4, 1912 – 22 persons were wounded in an accident, the first of its kind, in the London Underground

  41. September 4, 1914 – The German forward movement in France was ordered to be stopped by General von Moltke +
  42. September 4, 1914 – agreement amongst France, Russia, and Britain in a Pact of London they would not enter separate peace
  43. September 4, 1916 – concluding baseball game between Christy Mathewson and Mordecai Brown
  44. September 4, 1918 – installation of Jhr Ch Ruvs de Beerenbrouck as the first Dutch Catholic Prime Minister
  45. September 4, 1918 – US army arrives in Archangel, Russia for a sojourn of 10 months
  46. September 4, 1919– Interference of British in Petrograd
  47. September 4, 1919 – Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, who established democracy in Turkey organized parliament in Sivas to decide about the prospects of Anatolia and Thrace
  48. September 4, 1919 – Bill Johnson defeats Bill Tilden at the 39th US Men’s National Championship (6-4,6-4, 6-3)

  49. September 4, 1920 – The Julian calendar was replaced by the Gregorian calendar
  50. September 4, 1922 – 2000m world’s best achieved by Paavo Nurmi (5:26.3)
  51. September 4, 1923 – debut show of “London Calling” in London
  52. September 4, 1923 – the first airship developed in the US, USS Shenandoah, makes its first trip
  53. September 4, 1927 – Charles Lindbergh, touches Boise, Idaho on his out-road trip
  54. September 4, 1930 – Inauguration of the Cambridge Theatre in London
  55. September 4, 1933 – a record speed of 300 mph was exceeded by aircraft
  56. September 4, 1933 – Cuban President De Cespedes overthrown by Fulgencio Batista in a military coup
  57. September 4, 1934 – Cricket legend, Bradman, achieves 149 runs in 104 minutes including 17 fours and 4 sixes in a match between Australia Vs England XI
  58. September 4, 1936 – Irun and Talavera de la Reina, Spain surrender to an army commanded by Franco
  59. September 4, 1936 – Largo Caballero takes oath as Prime Minister of Spain
  60. September 4, 1937 – 1st NABA woman cycling championship achieved by Doris Kopskv (4:22.4)

  61. September 4, 1938 – 2nd European marathoner achieved by Vainio Muinonen (2:37:28.8)
  62. September 4, 1939 – German army arrives in Danzig
  63. September 4, 1939 – non-alignment declaration by Netherlands and Belgium
  64. September 4, 1939 – Wilhelmshafen shelled by RAF
  65. September 4, 1940 – the inauguration of TV transmission by CBS as W2XAB
  66. September 4, 1940 – banished Gerbrndy assumes Prime Ministership of Dutch administration
  67. September 4, 1940 – Nazi agent Mussert places the future of the Netherlands for Hitler’s discretion
  68. September 4, 1941 – NY Yankees get the banner
  69. September 4, 1941 – US demolisher, Geer targets German underwater marine U-652
  70. September 4, 1941 – Red Sox defeated by Yanks 3-6 and achieve their 12th banner
  71. September 4, 1942 – French Jews moved to Nazi-Germany
  72. September 4, 1943 – the arrival of the British 8th division army in Taranto, South Italy
  73. September 4, 1944 – 2087 shifted from Westerbork to KZ-Lower Theresienstadt
  74. September 4, 1944 – Antwerp cleared by the British 11th division of the Army
  75. September 4, 1944 – ambassadorial relations cut off between Finland and Nazi-Germany
  76. September 4, 1944 – US army liberates Namen

  77. September 4, 1944 – Frank Parker defeats William Talbert at the 64th US Men’s National Tennis Championship (6-4,3-6,6-3,6-3)
  78. September 4, 1944 – Pauline Betz Addie vanquishes Margaret Osborne de Pont at the 58th US Women’s National Tennis Championship (6-3,8-6)
  79. September 4, 1945 – Ruben Fine achieves 4 successive chess games with eyes covered
  80. September 4, 1945 – US re-captures Wake Island from Japan
  81. September 4, 1948 – valedictory of “Angel in the Wings” after 308 shows at Cornet Theatre NYC
  82. September 4, 1948 – renouncing of the throne by Dutch queen Wilhelmina
  83. September 4, 1949 – Marie Robie achieves 393 yd hole-in-one
  84. September 4, 1950 – American pilot saved at the back of the foe positions by helicopter
  85. September 4, 1950 – a large fish weighing 997 lbs caught by D Mc I Hodgson of St Ann Bay, Nova Scotia
  86. September 4, 1950 – A severe cyclone hits Japan killing 250
  87. September 4, 1950 – the inauguration of the Southern 500 from Darlington Raceway, the first 500-mile NASCAR race
  88. September 4, 1951 – US President Harry Truman airs from the 1st coast to coast TV Transmission
  89. September 4, 1951 – NBC expands to the transcontinental grid with 61 stations
  90. September 4, 1951 – President Truman delivers the inaugural speech at the Japanese Peace Treaty Meeting
  91. September 4, 1953 – the inauguration of the WATR TV transmission channel 20 in Waterbury
  92. September 4, 1953 – The Yanks achieve 5 successive victories in the championship and they were the first to achieve so
  93. September 4, 1954 – Peter B Cortese of the US lifts 370 lbs in one arm, which is 22 lbs more than three times his weight in New York, Pennsylvania

  94. September 4, 1956 – IBM announces the marketable computer using magnetic disk storage – RAMAC 305
  95. September 4, 1957 – Release of new modal Edsel by Ford Motors
  96. September 4, 1957 – 9 black students were prevented by National Guards from entering the Little Rock High School, by an order of Orval Faubus, Governor of Arkansas
  97. September 4, 1960 – 148 lost life when cyclone Donna hit the Caribbean and the US
  98. September 4, 1961 – debut performance on CBS radio of Carol Burnette-Richard entertainment
  99. September 4, 1962 – documentation of “How Do You Do It” by Beatles
  100. September 4, 1962 – arrival in Germany FR of French President De Gaulle
  101. September 4, 1963 – air accident involving Swissair aircraft 306 near Durrenasch, Switzerland kills 80 all on board
  102. September 4, 1964 – Eduardo Frei Montalva was installed as President of Chile
  103. September 4, 1964 – the then-longest bridge in Europe, Forth Road Bridge, Scotland, inaugurated
  104. September 4, 1964 – launch of space lab (OGO-1) by NASA
  105. September 4, 1965 – “Help!” by Beatles becomes No.1 and performs for 3 weeks staying at No.1
  106. September 4, 1965 – inauguration of KREZ TV Transmission channel 6 from Durango, CO
  107. September 4, 1965 – the vehicle belonging to Rock Group who destroyed, and equipment of value $ 10,000 burgled
  108. September 4, 1966 – Europe marathon achieved by Jim Hogan (2:20:04.6)
  109. September 4, 1967 – earthquake of magnitude 6.5 strikes Kolya Dam in India killing 200
  110. September 4, 1967 – fundraising 2nd performance by Jerry Lewis
  111. September 4, 1967 – train accident in Arnhem, Netherlands kills 5
  112. September 4, 1968 –Aba Biafra seized by the Nigerian army
  113. September 4, 1970 – state best rainfall of 29 cm at Workman Creek, Arizona
  114. September 4, 1970 – The musical “My Sweet Lord” by George Harrison inaugurated
  115. September 4, 1970 – Russian Dancer Natalia Makarova acquires political refuge
  116. September 4, 1970 – Salvador Allende triumphs in the Presidential voting in Chile
  117. September 4, 1970 – Michel Kane of the Irish Army died of the untimely explosion of the mine he was fixing in an electricity converter in Belfast
  118. September 4, 1971 – aircraft belonging to Alaskan Airlines bangs into Chilkot Mountain killing 109
  119. September 4, 1972 – US swimmer Mark Spitz achieves 7 Olympic Gold medals and he was the first athlete to achieve this
  120. September 4, 1972 – Atomic test by USSR
  121. September 4, 1972 – 18 paintings were burgled from Montreal Museum in North America – the biggest theft of the time
  122. September 4, 1972 – the first show of “The Price is Right” on CBS
  123. September 4, 1973 – William E Colby assumes as the 10th director of the CIA
  124. September 4, 1975 – A temporary agreement about the Arab-Israel battle reached
  125. September 4, 1976 – KLM DC-9 seized by Palestinians and taken to Cyprus
  126. September 4, 1977 – valedictory of “Godspell” after 527 plays at Broadhurst Theatre NYC
  127. September 4, 1977 – LPGA Rail Minister Dystrophy Golf Classic achieved by Hollis Stacy
  128. September 4, 1978 – fundraising performance by Jerry Lewis fetches $ 29,074,405
  129. September 4, 1978 – Pitcher Ron Guidry of NY Yankee achieves his 20th win
  130. September 4, 1978 – LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic won by Pat Bradley
  131. September 4, 1979 – in a cricket match between India and England, India required 438 to win but the match ended at 8-429
  132. September 4, 1979 – seizure of Baneh by Iran’s defense forces
  133. September 4, 1980 – valedictory concert by Yes
  134. September 4, 1981 – Atomic test by US at Nevada Test site
  135. September 4, 1981 – News Anchor David Brinkley was relieved by NBC
  136. September 4, 1982 – Inferno in a hotel in LA leaves 25 dead
  137. September 4, 1983 – valedictory of “Joseph and the Amazing Dreamcoat” after 747 events
  138. September 4, 1983 – Jay Sigel achieves the 83rd GS Golf Amateur Championship
  139. September 4, 1983 – Cycling Road Championship achieved by the only Amirian, Greg LeMond
  140. September 4, 1984 – Fela Kuti, a Nigerian singer imprisoned for 2 years
  141. September 4, 1985 – The world’s best record in high jump at 7-11 12 achieved by Igor Paklin
  142. September 4, 1986 – stocks and shares dealt at the New York Stok Exchange touched 189.42 million
  143. September 4, 1986 – appointment of Claude Brochu as CEO of Montreal Expos
  144. September 4, 1988 – In a car accident, Mike Tyson drives his BMW against a tree near Catskills, NY
  145. September 4, 1989 – LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic achieved by Beth Daniel

  146. September 4, 1989 – fundraising performance by Jerry Lewis fetches $ 42,737,319
  147. September 4, 1989 – Golden Lion awarded to “A City of Sadness” guided by Hsiao-hsien Hou at the 46th Venice Film Festival
  148. September 4, 1990 – Golden Lion Awarded to “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” guided by Tom Stoppard at the 47th Venice Film Festival
  149. September 4, 1991 – Inauguration of “Most Happy Fella” at NY State Theater, NYC
  150. September 4, 1991 – drive-in Theater, Rte 25, shut in NJ
  151. September 4, 1991 – The baseball experts committee recommends that the asterisk mark attached to Roger Maris be deleted
  152. September 4, 1992 – a child abuse program, not a news item, “Scared Silent” sponsored by Oprah telecast at the same time by CBS.NBC and PBS
  153. September 4, 1993 – Jim Abbott pitches 4-0 and defeats Indians at Yankee Stadium
  154. September 4, 1994 – Mats Wilander vanquishes Mikael Pernfors in 4 hr 1 min at the US Open Tennis match ending at 2.26 a.m.
  155. September 4, 1994 – Berov resigns from the Bulgarian Administration
  156. September 4, 1994 – inauguration of Kansai International airport
  157. September 4, 1995 – in a fund-raising performance, Jerry Lewis collects $ 47,800,000
  158. September 4, 1995 – LPGA State Farm Rail Golf Classic achieved by Mary Beth Zimmerman
  159. September 4, 1995 – 4750 participants from 181 countries attended the 4th World Conference on Women in Beijing
  160. September 4, 1996 – Alanis Morrisett and Smashing Pumpkins were awarded the 13th MTV Video Music awards
  161. September 4, 1997 – inauguration of the Howard Stern Radio Show in Louisville on WTFX FM radio
  162. September 4, 1997 – Jewel and Beck were awarded the 14th MTV Radio Music Awards
  163. September 4, 1998 – first performance of “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” sponsored by Chris Tarrant on ITV in Britain

    21st Century – September 4 This Day In History – The 2000s

  164. September 4, 2008 – debut performance of “The Hurt Locker” guided by Kathryn Bigelow featuring Jeremy Renner at the Venice Film Festival. This was the best picture in 2010
  165. September 4, 2010 – an earthquake of magnitude 7.1 South Island of New Zealand at 4.35 a.m. causes heavy destruction and disrupts power stations
  166. September 4, 2011 – valedictory of the 13th World Championships in Athletics at Daegu, South Korea
  167. September 4, 2012 – in a bus accident when it fell into a gorge in Morocco, 42 passengers lost their life and 25 wounded
  168. September 4, 2012 – Installation of Pauline Marois as the 1st woman Prime Minister of Quebec
  169. September 4, 2012 – invention of a carpet that can prevent aged people from slipping when they walk with uncommon steps
  170. September 4, 2014 – flooding caused by monsoon rains in India and Pakistan kills more than 400
  171. September 4, 2014 – remains of an old citadel discovered in Denmark
  172. September 4, 2016 – Mother Teresa conferred Sainthood by Pope Francis at a function at the Vatican

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