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Famous Events For September 7

Famous Events For September 7 – Today In History

September 7: Today in History – Historical Events

Early Centuries – September 7 Historic Events – Before the 1700s

  1. September 7, 0070 – seizure of Jerusalem by the Roman army under the command of General Titus and its looting
  2. September 7, 1159 – Richard I of England vanquishes Saladin at Arsuf at the war of Arsuf
  3. September 7, 1497 – installation of Sailor Perkin Warbeck as English King Richard IVSeptember 7, 1525 – prosecution proceedings against John Pistorius who held views opposite to orthodox concluded in The Hague

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  4. September 7, 1543 – conceding of Duke Willem of Gulik to King Charles V
  5. September 7, 1596 – Banten, Java shelled by Dutch army
  6. September 7, 1599 – agreement of peace between Earl of Essex and Irish dissident Tyrone signed
  7. September 7, 1630 – discovery of Boston city in Massachusetts
  8. September 7, 1652 – in the war between Dutch and English, J van Galen commanding the Dutch army vanquishes the English at the war of Monte Christo

18th Century – What Happened on September 7 – The 1700s

  1. September 7, 1701 – and anti-French agreement was agreed between Germany, England, and the Netherlands
  2. September 7, 1714 – By the Truce of Baden, the battle of acquiring Spain ends Alsace is acquired by France and Austria acquires the Bank of Rhine

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  3. 19th Century – September 7 This Day That Year – The 1800s
  4. September 7, 1800 – church of Zion AME bestowed (NYC)
  5. September 7, 1812 – Napoleon and Kutuzov clash at the war at Borodino
  6. September 7, 1813 – Troy Post, New York used the words “Uncle Sam” to refer to the US for the 1st time
  7. September 7, 1818 – coronation of Carl III of Sweden-Norway as king of Norway, in Trondheim
  8. September 7, 1822 – freedom of Brazil from Portugal announced by Pedro I, son of King Joao VI
  9. September 7, 1860 – a group of travelers abroad “Lady Elgin” were drowned in Lake Michigan
  10. September 7, 1863 – national voyage group reaches Sabine Pass
  11. September 7, 1871 – A British ship engaged in battle, HMS Captain overturns killing 500

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  12. September 7, 1876 – Frank James, an outlaw, and his group were entangled in a tragic attack in Northfield, Minnesota caused the killing or detention of numerous group members
  13. September 7, 1880 – copyright granted to Geo Ligowsky for a gadget to toss clay pigeons for trap shooters
  14. September 7, 1888 – the first baby to be kept in the incubator was Edith Eleanor McLean at the Emigrant Hospital on Ward’s Island, New York
  15. September 7, 1889 – commencement of a series, “Adventure of Engineer’s Thumb” by Sherlock Holmes
  16. September 7, 1891 – seizure of Kavalli, Equatoria, by Captain Frederik Lugard
  17. September 7, 1892 – in a heavyweight boxing championship, James Corbett KO John Sullivan in 21
  18. September 7, 1896 – the first car race held on a closed-circuit road in Cranston, RI was achieved by A.H. Whiting

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  19. 20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 7 – 1900
  20. September 7, 1901 – Rebellion in China concluded according to the Peace of Peaking
  21. September 7, 1902 – Australia prays for rain and observes a day of “Humiliation” when a horrible drought affected crops and cattle. Rains started on 10th September
  22. September 7, 1903 – an Association of American Motorcyclists planned in NY
  23. September 7, 1904 – an agreement between British Defence and the 13th Dalai Lama in Tibet grants commercial rights in Tibet and a promise that Tibet does not allow its boundary to any overseas powers
  24. September 7, 1906 – debut flying of his aircraft by Alberto Santos-Dumont at Bagatelle, France
  25. September 7, 1907 – the decorated Cliff House belonging to Sutro in SF was devastated in an inferno
  26. September 7, 1909 – the newly assembled airplane by the French, Wright biplane while test driven causes the death of its first pilot, Eugene Lefebvre, at Juvisy
  27. September 7, 1910 – mediation proceedings in The Hague, for fishing rights between the US and Newfoundland

  28. September 7, 1912 – Eddie Collins scores 6 bases in 9-7 Athletics over Detroit
  29. September 7, 1914 – inauguration of NY Post office and its commercial operation
  30. September 7, 1915 – copyright given to Johnny Gruelle for his Shabby Ann doll
  31. September 7, 1916 – Giants vanquish Brooklyn 4-1
  32. September 7, 1916 – Law on Compensation to Women approved by Senate
  33. September 7, 1921 – The Miss America Pageant was organized for two days in Atlantic City, New Jersey
  34. September 7, 1922 – Aydin, Turkey celebrates freedom from Greek rule
  35. September 7, 1923 – establishment of Interpol in Vienna
  36. September 7, 1923 – 2nd Miss America 1922-23 was awarded to Mary Katherine Campbell, 16
  37. September 7, 1927 – the first illustration of the use of Television in SF was shown by Philo Farnsworth
  38. September 7, 1927 – the inauguration of the University of Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte, Brazil by Governor António Carlos

  39. September 7, 1928 – debut performance of “Machinal” by Sophie Treadwell in NYC
  40. September 7, 1932 – Earl Grace breaks NL best score of 110 consecutive faultless games
  41. September 7, 1936 – commissioning of Boulder Dam (now Hoover Dam)
  42. September 7, 1936 – Benjamin, a thylacine species died in her cage in the Hobart Zoo in Tasmania
  43. September 7, 1939 – the inauguration of the airing of WRUL – Radio NY WW
  44. September 7, 1940 – loss of Dobrudja by Romania to Bulgaria
  45. September 7, 1940 – loss of 41 bombers by Luftwaffe in the air over England
  46. September 7, 1941 – Bobby Riggs defeats Frank Kovacs (5-7,6-1,6-3,6-3) at the 61st US Men’s National Championship
  47. September 7, 1941 – Sarah Palfrey Cooke defeats Pauline Betz Addie (7-5,6-2) at the 55th US Women’s National Championship
  48. September 7, 1942 – Jews in France transported to Germany
  49. September 7, 1942 – Ted Schroeder defeats Frank Parker (8-6,7-5,3-6,4-6,6-2) at the 62nd US Men’s National Championship
  50. September 7, 1942 – Pauline Betz Addie vanquishes Louise Brough Clapp (4-6,6-1,6-4) at the 56th US Women’s National Championship
  51. September 7, 1943 – 987 Dutch Jews arrive in Auschwitz detention Camp
  52. September 7, 1943 – inferno in Gulf Hotel leaves 45 dead

  53. September 7, 1944 – Netherlands experiences a robust cyclone with a wind force of 12
  54. September 7, 1945 – conceding defeat of the Japanese at Rioekioe islands
  55. September 7, 1947 – Hindus and Muslims clash in Delhi, India
  56. September 7, 1948 – synthetic rubber used in asphaltic mixture in Akron Oh, for the first time
  57. September 7, 1950 – a place of settlement of monks closed down in Hungary
  58. September 7, 1952 – LPGA Carrolton Golf Tournament achieved by Betsy Rawls
  59. September 7, 1952 – a record throw of baseball to 434’1” by Outfielder Don Grate
  60. September 7, 1952 – Whitey Ford achieves hurl successive 1 hits and he was 5th score this
  61. September 7, 1952 – 12 points achieved by Alberto Ascari at the 3rd Formula One WDC
  62. September 7, 1953 – a catcher’s best score of 125 RBIs achieved by Roy Campanella
  63. September 7, 1953 – Tony Trabert vanquishes Vic Seixas (6-3,6-2,6-3) at the 73rd US Men’s National Championship
  64. September 7, 1953 – Maureen Connolly vanquishes Doris Hart (6-2,6-4) at the 67th US Women’s National Championship
  65. September 7, 1954 – an amalgamation of public schools in Washington DC and Balt MD schools commences

  66. September 7, 1956 – Bell X-2 airplane reaches a height of 126000 ft and above, the best achievement not documented
  67. September 7, 1957 – TV transmission WWL channel 4 starts airing from New Orleans
  68. September 7, 1958 – Ashley Cooper vanquishes Malcolm Anderson (6-2,3-6,4-6,10-8,8-6) at the 78th US Men’s National Championship
  69. September 7, Althea Gibson defeats Darlene Hard at the 72nd US Women’s National Championship (3-6,6-1,6-2)
  70. September 7, 1960 – a woman’s Olympic 800 m run record set by Ljudmila Shevcoiva (2:04.3)
  71. September 7, 1963 – inauguration of WCTI TV transmission channel 12 in New Bern, NC
  72. September 7, 1963 – Hall of Fame for Football devoted to Canton Ohio
  73. September 7, 1964 – LPGA Valhalla Golf Open achieved by Betsy Rawls
  74. September 7, 1965 – cyclone Betsy hits Florida, Miss, and La, and kills 47 persons
  75. September 7, 1965 – additional defense force along the Indo-China border announced by China
  76. September 7, 1966 – the inauguration of KTNE TV transmission channel 13 in Alliance, NB
  77. September 7, 1866 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
  78. September 7, 1969 – LPGA Molson’s Canadian Golf Open achieved by Carol Mann
  79. September 7, 1970 – 5th fundraising performance by Jerry Lewis
  80. September 7, 1970 – four aircraft were captured by the Palestine Liberation Party and forced to ground at Dawson’s Field, Jordan
  81. September 7, 1970 – Donald Boyles jumps from a height of 1053 ft by using a parachute from Royal George Bridge in Colorado

  82. September 7, 1970 – Arabs start Cruella war against the defense forces of Amman, Jordan
  83. September 7, 1973 – world championship in Formula 1 achieved by Jackie Stewart
  84. September 7, 1973 – appointment of Mike Storen as the 4th chief of the American Basketball Association
  85. September 7, 1974 – valedictory of “Irene” at Minskoff Theatre after 605 presentations
  86. September 7, 1974 – the crowning of Shirley Cothran of Texas as Miss America 1975 at the 47th event
  87. September 7, 1975 – LPGA Civitan Golf Open achieved by Carol Mann
  88. September 7, 1975 – NL title achieved by Cincinnati Reds
  89. September 7, 1975 – Hanif Mohammad, Pakistani Cricketer calls it a day for 1st class cricket
  90. September 7, 1975 – 1st ranking Jimmy Connors defeated by Manuel Orantes at the 95th Men’s US Open (6-4,6-3,6-4)
  91. September 7, 1976 – George Harrison was found guilty of breach of trust by US court
  92. September 7, 1977 – Somalia and Ethiopia cut off the consular affairs
  93. September 7, 1977 – an agreement between US President Jimmy Carter and Panamas Omar Torrijos about Panama Canal and assuring jurisdiction over Panama Canal after 1999
  94. September 7, 1977 – Freedom granted to G. Gordon Liddy, the chief accused in the Watergate scandal after 4 years and 4 ½ months in prison
  95. September 7, 1978 – in the first play of Boston Massacre vanquish Red Sox 15-3
  96. September 7, 1979 – commencement of the 5-day musical concert organized by MUSE against atomic energy at Madison Garden, NY
  97. September 7, 1979 – debut programming by ESPN
  98. September 7, 1980 – Taxi, Lou Grant, Ed Asner, and Barbara Bel Geddes won the 32 Emmy Awards
  99. September 7, 1980 – LPGA World Series of Women’s Golf achieved by Beth Daniel
  100. September 7, 1980 – The constitution of Cape Verde accepted
  101. September 7, 1980 – LPGA Barth Golf Classic won by Sandra Spuzich
  102. September 7, 1980 – John McEnroe defeats Bjorn Borg (7-6,6-1,6-7,5-7,6-4) at the 100th Men’s US Open
  103. September 7, 1981 – 16th fundraising performance by Jerry Lewis collects $ 31,500,000
  104. September 7, 1981 – LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic achieved by Joanne Carner
  105. September 7, 1981 – debut show on Television of Judge Wapner and People’s Court
  106. September 7, 1981 – American Legion World Sequence achieved by West Tampa Fl by defeating Rich Va, 6-4
  107. September 7, 1983 – swim around Manhattan record set by Drury Gallagher (6h41m35s)
  108. September 7, 1984 – US 3K female best (8:25:53) run set by Mary Decker Tabb Slaney

  109. September 7, 1985 – Hana Mandlikova vanquishes Martina Navratilova at the 105th Women’s US Open
  110. September 7, 1986 – LPGA Cellular One-Ping Golf Championship achieved by Ayako Okamoto
  111. September 7, 1986 – installation of Desmond Tutu as Anglican archbishop of Cape Town
  112. September 7, 1986 – The attempt on the life of Chilean dictator Pinochet was not successful and 5 persons died
  113. September 7, 1986 – debut performance of “The French Connection” by NBC based on the TV serial “Popeye Doyle”
  114. September 7, 1986 Ivan Lendl vanquishes Miloslav Mecir (6-4,6-2,6-0) at the 106th Men’s US Open
  115. September 7, 1986 – Martina Navratilova defeats Helena Sukova at the 196th Women’s US Open (6-3,6-2,6-0)
  116.  September 7, 1987 – fundraising performance by Jerry Lewis collects $ 39,021,723
  117. September 7, 1987 – despatch of two mine sweepers to the Persian Gulf by the Netherlands
  118. September 7, 1987 – LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic achieved by Rosie Jones
  119. September 7, 1987 – freedom granted to Dutch anthropologists by South Africa
  120. September 7, 1988 – INXS achieves the 5th MTV Video Music Award
  121. September 7, 1988 – NHL Hall of Fame devoted to Guv Lafleur, Tony Esposito, and Brad Park
  122. September 7, 1988 – Mike Tyson, boxer, consulting a psychiatrist reported by NY Daily News paper
  123. September 7, 1990 – debut performance of “Street Scene” at NY State Theatre for 6 presentations
  124. September 7, 1990 – 64th Miss America 1991 awarded to Marjorie Judith Vincent iii, 25
  125. September 7, 1991 – South Africa conducts the 1st competition in gymnastics at international level after 25 years
  126. September 7, 1991 – Die Laughing Triumphs Messenger Stakes
  127. September 7, 1991- Monica Seles vanquishes Martina Navratilova (7-6,6-1) at the 111th Women’s US Open
  128. September 7, 1992 – Faye Vincent steps down as commissioner of Baseball
  129. September 7, 1992 – LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic achieved by Nancy Lopez
  130. September 7, 1993 – in a 2nd doubleheader play, Cards Mark Whiten scores 4 HRs and 12 RBIs
  131. September 7, 1994 – 4×100 freestyle swimming achieved by Jingi Le, Ying Shan, Ying Le, Bin Lu (3:37L91)
  132. September 7, 1995 – launch of spacecraft SP 69 into space
  133. September 7, 1995 – To avoid dismissal, Sen Bob Packwood steps down
  134. September 7, 1995 – TLC, Tom Petty, the Heartbreakers, and Madonna were awarded the 12th MTV Video Music Awards
  135. September 7, 1996 – Tupac Shakur, a Rap artist was shot several times in Las Vegas and he died 6 days afterward
  136. September 7, 1997 – Safeway LPGA Golf Championship achieved by Karrie Webb
  137. September 7, 1997 – Canadian Golf Open achieved by Steve Jones with a 275
  138. September 7, 1997 – F-22 Raptor aircraft makes test journey for the first time
  139. September 7, 1997 – Patrick Rafter vanquishes Greg Rusedski (6-3,6-2,4-6,7-5) at the 117th Men’s US Open
  140. September 7, 1997 – Martina Hingis vanquish Venus Williams (6-0,6-4) at the 117th Women’s US Open
  141. September 7, 1999 – an earthquake of 5.8 strength hits Athens breaking an earlier fault, leaving 143 dead, wounding 500, and 50000 homeless
  142. 21st Century – September 6 This Day In History – The 2000s
  143. September 7, 2000 – Eminem and Aaliyah were awarded the 17th MTV Video Music Awards
  144. September 7, 2001 – Chevron’s quotation to purchase Texaco was admitted by the US Federal Trade authorities
  145. September 7, 2003 – Andy Roddick vanquishes Juan Carlos Ferrero (6-3,7-6,6-3) at the 123rd Men’s US Open
  146. September 7, 2003 – Justine Henisd-Hardenne vanquishes Kim Clijsters (7-5,6-1) at the 123rd Women’s US Open
  147. September 7, 2004 – a category 5 cyclone, Hurricane Ivan strikes Grenada, leaving 39 dead and demolishing the majority of structures
  148. September 7, 2005 – first ballot for the election of President in Egypt
  149. September 7, 2006 – debut performance of false show of “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan” by Sacha Baron at the Toronto Film Festival
  150. September 7, 2008 – Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the biggest hypothecation funding firms come under the administration of the US Government
  151. September 7, 2008 – Britney Spears and Chris Brown were awarded the 25th MTV Video Music Awards
  152. September 7, 2011 – An accident involving aircraft in Russia leaves 43 dead, which included the Lokomotiv Yaroslava Continental Hockey Confederation players
  153. September 7, 2012 – US air attack kills 8 in Kismaya, South Somalia
  154. September 7, 2012 – successive earthquakes in China leaves 64 dead and 715 wounded
  155. September 7, 2012 – Diplomatic ties cut off between Canada and Iran, and staff were asked to leave Canada
  156. September 7, 2013 – Damascus was mined by the Government killing 14 Syrian protesters and 2 citizens
  157. September 7, 2013 – Tony Abbott takes over as Australia Prime Minister after winning the ballot by Liberal-National alliance
  158. September 7, 2014 – A star-shaped small planet comes close to Earth (38999 km)
  159. September 7, 2014 – Bob and Mike Bryan achieve their 5th US Open men’s doubles in tennis
  160. September 7, 2015 – discovery of Stone Age “super henge” under 3ft of earth at Durrington Walls by the British archaeologists
  161. September 7, 2016 – the inauguration of the 15th Paralympics at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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