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Famous Events For September 9 – Today In History

September 9: Today in History – Historical Events

Early Centuries – September 9 Historic Events – Before the 1700s

  1. September 9, 0701 – St.Sergius I resigns as Catholic Pope
  2. September 9, 1000 – A naval attack by King Olaf on board the Long Serpent vanquished the Viking Age in the war of Svolder, Baltic Sea
  3. September 9, 1379 – division of land belonging to Austrian Habsburg amongst Habsburg Dukes Albert III and Leopold III as per the agreement of Neuberg

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  4. September 9, 1493 – a conclusive loss of Croats in the Croatian fight against the Ottoman kingdom battle in the war of Krbava
  5. September 9, 1513 – In the war between English and Scotland, the English vanquished James IV
  6. September 9, 1543 – the crowning of the nine-month baby, Mary Stuart as “Queen of Scots” in the central Scottish city of Stirling
  7. September 9, 1556 – The installation of Ferdinand as king of Austria was refused by Pope Paul
  8. September 9, 1561 – Experts on theology assembled by Catherine de ’Medici
  9. September 9, 1567 – apprehending of Lomaraal van Egmond and Philip van Home
  10. September 9, 1591 – Spain triumphs English in the war at Flores Azores
  11. September 9, 1675 – pronouncement of war by New England settlements on Wampanoag Indians
  12. September 9, 1683 – excluded Polish and Lotharings arrive in Wienerweald

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    18th Century – What Happened on September 9 – The 1700s

  13. September 9, 1739 – slave rebellion organised by Jemmy in Stono SC
  14. September 9, 1753 – north American clusters welcome the 1st steam locomotive
  15. September 9, 1776 – the name of the United Colonies was changed to the United States of America by the parliament

    19th Century – September 9 This Day That Year – The 1800s

  16. September 9, 1817 – Middlebury College confirms the BA gradation to Alexander Twilight, the 1st African American to graduate from a US college
  17. September 9, 1830 – balloon travel from Castle Garde, NY to Perth Amboy, NJ by Charles Durant, 1st US balloonist

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  18. September 9, 1839 – photograph on glass plate taken by English researcher and space scientist John Herschel
  19. September 9, 1841 – 300 died when the Great Lakes steamship “Erie” drowned off Silver Creel, NY
  20. September 9, 1850 – new boundaries for New Mexico and Utah formed
  21. September 9, 1850 – California becomes the 31st state of the USA
  22. September 9, 1861 – The only woman commissioned officer in the US Army was Nurse Sally Tompkins
  23. September 9, 1862 – Robert E Lee divides his military force and sends one portion under the command of Jackson to seize Harpers Ferry
  24. September 9, 1863 – commencement of the war of Cumberland Gap, TN
  25. September 9, 1867 – freedom declared for Luxembourg
  26. September 9, 1875 – Lotta’s cascade devoted to public
  27. September 9, 1880 – arrival of Rutherford B Haves, in San Francisco
  28. September 9, 1881 – military rebellion in Egypt under Colonel Arab “El Wahid”
  29. September 9, 1886 – Regulation to preserve Arti crafts and literature approved under the Berne Convention

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  30. September 9, 1892 – discovery of Amalthea, the 5th moon of Jupiter by E E Bernard at Lick
  31. September 9, 1895 – An association of Bowling for Americans founded (NYC)
  32. September 9, 1898 – Rough Riders was founded by dismantling the Ottawa Football Club
  33. September 9, 1899 – French Capt. Alfred Dreyfus was punished for unfair reasons

    20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 9 – 1900

  34. September 9, 1903 – inauguration of the passageway for Engadin-railway of 6 km in Switzerland
  35. September 9, 1904 – The Boston Herald mentions the NY baseball club as Yankees even though the name had not been formally established
  36. September 9, 1908 – Orville Wright travels for one year by aircraft
  37. September 9, 1908 – part of Poland handed over to Russia
  38. September 9, 1909 – competition for boxing championship by Jack Johnson against Al Kaufman

  39. September 9, 1911 – first airmail service between Hendon to Windsor, England
  40. September 9, 1912 – 100 mph by air achieved by J Verdrinesd
  41. September 9, 1913 – an organization to investigate the history and life of Negro established
  42. September 9, 1914 – Belgium attacks from Antwerp
  43. September 9, 1914 – George Davis of Boston Brave vanquishes Philadelphia Phillies, 7-0
  44. September 9, 1914 – formation of a separate division operated by machinery by the British defense – the Canadian Automobile Machine Gun Brigade
  45. September 9, 1915 – an organization to study of history and life of Negro by Carter G Woodson
  46. September 9, 1918 – installation of Ruijs de Beerenbrouch as Dutch Prime Minister
  47. September 9, 1919 – constabulary in Boston halted work

  48. September 9, 1921 – The Central American Union accepted by Guatemala, Honduras, and San Salvador
  49. September 9, 1922 – Smyrna seized and followed by the killing of Greek citizens
  50. September 9, 1922 – Collins steps down as Irish Prime Minister and William T Cosgrave succeeds him
  51. September 9, 1923 – 20 km run best achieved by Albin Stenroos (1L07:11.2)
  52. September 9, 1924 – Hanapepe butchery in Kauai, Hawaii
  53. September 9, 1926 – Radio Corporation of America forms the National Broadcasting Company
  54. September 9, 1926 – in a train accident at Wassenaar, Netherlands, four travelers lost their life
  55. September 9, 1927 – Tony Lazzeri Day visits Yankee Arena
  56. September 9, 1928 – long jump best of 26 ft ½” achieved by Silvio Cator of Haiti
  57. September 9, 1932 – striking mining workers resume work in Belgian Borinage
  58. September 9, 1932 – self-rule to Catalonia by Spanish Cortes approved

  59. September 9, 1932 – vessel operated by steam power ss Observation shatters in NYC East River killing 71
  60. September 9, 1934 – Armas Toivonen achieves the distinction as the 1st European long-distance runner (2:52:29.0)
  61. September 9, 1934 – debut performance of “Merrily We Roll Along” by G Kaufman and M Hart in NYC
  62. September 9, 1936 – Yankees vanquish Indians and achieve emblem
  63. September 9, 1939 – Nazi militia seizes Warsaw
  64. September 9, 1940 – 28 aircraft belonging to Germany shootdown over England
  65. September 9, 1940 – Donald McNeill vanquishes Bobby Riggs (4-6,6-8,6-3,6-3,7-5) at the 60th Men’s National Championship
  66. September 9, 1940 – Alice Marble triumphs over Helen Jacobs (6-2,6-3) at the 54th US Women’s National Championship

  67. September 9, 1942 – During WW II Japanese Air Force shelled the mainland in the US at Mount Emily, Oregon
  68. September 9, 1942 – aged men, women, and children were required to work forcibly in Batavia
  69. September 9, 1943 – Italian vessel Rome sank by Germany
  70. September 9, 1943 – Lt Gen Bradley travels by air from Algiers and arrives in Marrakech/Prestwick
  71. September 9, 1943 – seizure of Bachmatsj by Red Army
  72. September 9, 1943 – Allied forces arrive in Salerno
  73. September 9, 1944 – associated forces set free Luxembourg
  74. September 9, 1944 – Bulgaria set free from the control of Nazis
  75. September 9, 1944 – confrontation combatant Jaap Musch detained in Nijverdal, Netherlands
  76. September 9, 1944 – Horse Regiment 113 of US routes Belgian and Dutch territory
  77. September 9, 1944 – a cyclone of high velocity strikes the Netherlands
  78. September 9, 1945 – Associated Army forced the Japanese in South Korea, Taiwan, China, and Indochina to admit defeat
  79. September 9, 1945 – Jimmie Foxx scores his 534th hit and that was his final HR as well
  80. September 9, 1948 – debut performance of “Hilarities (of 1949) at Adelphi Theatre, NYC, and makes 14 presentations
  81. September 9, 1948 – NY Giants vanquished by Brooklyn Dodger Rex Barney with no hits, 2-0
  82. September 9, 1950 – Valedictory of “Texas Li’l Darlin” at Mark Hellinger NYC after 293 presentations

  83. September 9, 1950 – “Where’s Charity” makes 792 presentations at St James Theatre, NYC, and concludes
  84. September 9, 1950 – Television series by “The Hank McCune Show” in the US
  85. September 9, 1950 – the majority of communists in France detained
  86. September 9, 1950 – the inauguration of the airing of “Love of Life” on CBS Television
  87. September 9, 1951 – LPGA Carrolton Georgia Golf Open achieved by Louise Suggs
  88. September 9, 1953 – the inauguration of the TV transmission channel 14 in Evansville.
  89. September 9, 1954 – 1400 died when an earthquake devastated Orleanville, Algeria
  90. September 9, 1954 – the first team of Cleveland consisting of Indians triumphs in 100 plays in a term
  91. September 9, 1955 – LPGA St Louis Golf Open achieved by Louise Suggs
  92. September 9, 1956 – Ken Rosewall triumphs Lew Hoad (4-6,6-2,6-3,6-3) at the 76th US Men’s National Championship
  93. September 9, 1956 – Shirley Fry Irvin vanquishes Althea Gibson (6-3,6-4) at the 70th US Women’s National Championship
  94. September 9, 1957 – No.1 position attained by “Diana” by Paul Anka
  95. September 9, 1957 – Nashville’s New Hattie Cotton Basic School was destroyed by the use of dynamite
  96. September 9, 1957 – public human rights become law when US President Eisenhower approved it
  97. September 9, 1958 – three ties of triples in a play by Roberto Clemente of Pirate
  98. September 9, 1958 – rebellion in Notting Hall Gate, London
  99. September 9, 1960 – football play between Denver (13) and Boston (10) at the 4th American Football Association game
  100. September 9, 1961 – the crowning of Maria Beale Fletcher (19) as 34th Miss America 1962
  101. September 9, 1962 – LPGA Eugene Golf Open achieved by Shirley Englehorn
  102. September 9, 1962 – a Soviet economist, Liberman advocates for independent corporate
  103. September 9, 1963 – Alabama Governor George Wallace was asked by a court order to ban police directives to ban black students from getting admission to schools where whites were studying
  104. September 9, 1964 – the inauguration of the film, “Inadmissible Evidence” by John Osborne in London
  105. September 9, 1965 – Francois Mitterrand is the Presidential hopeful
  106. September 9, 1965 – sovereign status for Tibet from China
  107. September 9, 1966 – The Motor Act in the US becomes a law when President Lyndon B. Johnson approved it
  108. September 9, 1967 – 1st spacecraft to Saturn
  109. September 9, 1967 – the crowning of Debra Dene Barnes (Kansa), 20, at the 40th Miss America 1968
  110. September 9, 1967 – Uganda attains freedom from Great Britain
  111. September 9, 1968 – inauguration of the airing of TV transmission channel 43 in Louisville, AL
  112. September 9, 1969 – accidental collision between Allegheny and Piper Cherokee above Indian leaves 82 dead
  113. September 9, 1969 – Accident to Seaplane at Indianapolis leaves 82 dead
  114. September 9, 1969 – Rod Laver vanquishes Tony Roche (7-9,6-1,6-2,6-2) at the 89th Men’s U.S Open
  115. September 9, 1869 – Margaret Court defeats Nancy Richey (6=2,6-2) at the 83rd US Women’s National Championship
  116. September 9, 1970 – a gun in possession of Denny McLain costs his suspension by Bowie Kuhn
  117. September 9, 1970 – Football Club World Cup achieved by Feyenoord
  118. September 9, 1971 – NY prison witnesses rebellion by nearly 1000 jail mates and seizure of Attica
  119. September 9, 1971 – TV show appearance of John Lennon and Yoko One on “Dick Cavett Show”

  120. September 9, 1971 – the folder “Imagine” by John Lennon inaugurated
  121. September 9, 1971 – top ranking player of the National Hockey League Geordie Howe calls it a day
  122. September 9, 1972 – the crowning of Miss Terry Anne Meeuwsen (Wics), 23 as 45th Miss America 1973
  123. September 9, 1972 – Billie Jean King defeats Kerry Melville Reid (6-3,7-5) at the 92nd Women’s U.S. Open
  124. September 9, 1973 – LPGA Dallas Civitan Golf Open achieved by Kathy Whitworth
  125. September 9, 1973 – John Newcombe triumphs Jan Kodes (6-4,1-6,4-6,6-2.6-3) at the 93rd Men’s US Open
  126. September 9, 1975 – launching of spacecraft Viking 2 for exploration of Mars
  127. September 9, 1976 – New Zealand administration launches its microelectronic catalog through Wanganui Computer Act
  128. September 9, 1977 – vending of the first TRS-80 computer
  129. September 9, 1977 – Lou Whitaker and Allan Trammel play together for the first time and continue to play for the next 19 years
  130. September 9, 1978 – Yanks defeat Red Sox 7-0 in a 3rd play
  131. September 9, 1978 – A rebellion call for the Irani army was issued by Iraqi Ayatollah Khomeini
  132. September 9, 1978 – the crowning of Kylene Barker (Virginia) at the 51st Miss America 1979
  133. September 9, 1978 – Chris Evert defeats Pam Shriver (7-5,6-4) at the 98th Women’s US Open
  134. September 9, 1979 – Taxi, Lou Grant, Ron Leibman, and Ruth Gordon achieve the 31st Emmy Award
  135. September 9, 1979 – LPGA Columbia Savings Golf Classic achieved by Sally Little
  136. September 9, 1979 – John McEnroe defeats Vitas Gerulaitis (7-5,6-3,6-3) at the 99th Mem’s U.S. Open
  137. September 9, 1979 -Tracy Austin defeats Chris Evert(6-4,6-3) at the 99th Women’s U.S. Open
  138. September 9, 1981 – Vernon E Jordan steps down as President of the National Urban Association
  139. September 9, 1982 – debut performance of “Your Arms are Too Short” at Alvin NYC and makes 69 presentations
  140. September 9, 1982 – scientific investigations with space shuttle Columbia
  141. September 9, 1983 – The spaceship Challenger lands at Kennedy Space Center through Sheppard AFB, Texas
  142. September 9, 1983 – commercialization of color computer by Radio Shack
  143. September 9, 1983 – Vitas Gerulatis pledges his property in a bet and challenges that Martina cannot vanquish the 100th ranking man player
  144. September 9, 1984 – LPGA Portland Ping Golf Championship achieved by Amy Alcott
  145. September 9, 1984 – McEnroe defeats Ivan Lendl (6-3.6-4.6-1) at the 104th Men’s US Open
  146. September 9, 1985 – South Africa faces sanctions from the USA by an order of the President, Regan
  147. September 9, 1985 – Race rebellion in Birmingham, England
  148. September 9, 1986 – espionage charges against Gennady Zakharov, a Soviet staff and charged by NYC judges
  149. September 9, 1987 – confession of cheating on his wife by Gary Hart as reported to “Nightline”
  150. September 9, 1987 – Nolan Ryan, a pitcher of MLB achieves his 4500th batting
  151. September 9, 1987 – Braves Bruce Sutter enrolls at Fingers and Gossage
  152. September 9, 1988 – Chris Evert did not play in the US Open because of her illness
  153. September 9, 1988 – US Stars and Strips H3 vanquishes KZ of NZ at the 27th America Cup against an appeal by NZ
  154. September 9, 1989 – Steffi Graf vanquishes Martina Navratilova (3-6,7-5,61) at the 109th Women’s US Open
  155. September 9, 1990 – The army under Johnson apprehends the president of Liberia, Samuel K Doe
  156. September 9, 1990 – LPGA Ping-Celluar One Golf Championship achieved by Patty Sheehan
  157. September 9, 1990 – a discussion meeting between George H W Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev in Helsinki desire Iraq to vacate Kuwait
  158. September 9, 1990 – Pete Sampras at the age of 19 vanquishes Andre Agassi (6-4,6-3,6-2) at the 110th Men’s US Open
  159. September 9, 1991 – rape charges against Mike Tyson
  160. September 9, 1991 – Game between Boston Red Sox and Cleveland viewed by fans numbering 1695
  161. September 9, 1992 – play by Baltimore Orioles at home witnessed by 3 million
  162. September 9, 1992 – MLB performer, Robin Yount achieves his 3000th hit and becomes the 17th to score this distinction
  163. September 9, 1993 – Israel and Palestine agree to accept each other and a communication was issued by them
  164. September 9, 1994 – launching of spacecraft into space (Discovery 20)
  165. September 9, 1994 – 7 lost their life when a Tu22 met an accident with Aeroflot Tu 134 at Zhukovsky
  166. September 9, 1995 – 6th MTA station to shutdown was Dean St Station in Brooklyn
  167. September 9, 1997 – demilitarization ideologies of para-military of Mitchell recognized by Sinn Fein
  168. September 9, 1999 – Lauryn Hill and Will Smith were awarded the 16th MTV Video Music Awards

    21st Century – September 10 This Day In History – The 2000s

  169. September 9, 2001 – the killing of the chief of Northern Alliance, Ahmed Shah Massound in Afghanistan
  170. September 9, 2001 – Lleyton Hewitt defeats Pete Sampras (7-6.6-1,6-1) at the 121st Men’s US Open
  171. September 9, 2001 – Venus Williams vanquishes Serena Williams (6-2,6-4) at the 121st Women’s US Open
  172. September 9, 2004 – 10 lost their life when a shell detonated near the Australian consulate in Jakarta
  173. September 9, 2007 – Rihanna, Jay-Z, Fergie, and Justin Timberlake were awarded at the 24th MTV Video Music Awards
  174. September 9, 2007 – Roger Federer triumphs Novak Djokovic (7-6,7-6,7-4) at the 127th Men’s US Open
  175. September 9, 2007 – Justin Henin vanquishes Svetlana Kuznetsova (6-1,6-3) at the 127th Women’s US Open
  176. September 9, 2009 – financial collapse in Cyprus
  177. September 9, 2010 – Ferdinand Marcos had drawn funds from the National Food Authority to the extent of $ 280000 and a court in the Philippines decrees Imelda Marcos to refund the entire amount
  178. September 9, 2011 – Golden Lotus Award to “Adaminte Makan Abu” at the 58th National Film Awards (India)
  179. September 9, 2012 – In a car bomb detonation in Aleppo, Syria, 17 lost their life and 40 wounded
  180. September 9, 2012 – Armenia achieves the 40th FIDE Chess Olympiad
  181. September 9, 2013 – rebels and loyalists attack each other in the Central African Republic leaving 60 murdered
  182. September 9, 2013 – Boko Harem army attacked the government forces in Borno State, Nigeria killing 18 persons
  183. September 9, 2013 – a bus plunges into a ravine in Northern Guatemala killing 44 and injuring 45
  184. September 9, 2013 – Erna Solberg assumes as Prime Minister of Norway after their coalition party sweeps the election
  185. September 9, 2013 – Rafael Nadal triumphs Novak Djokovic (6-2,3-6,6-4,6-1) at the 133rd Men’s US Open
  186. September 9, 2013 – Serena Williams defeats Azarenka (7-5,6-7,6-1) at the 133rd Women’s US Open
  187. September 9, 2015 – Queen Elizabeth II completes 63 years and seven months of her ruling and becomes Britain’s longest-ruling queen and exceeds her great-great-grandmother, Victoria
  188. September 9, 2015 – Apple company releases two of its products iPad Pro and iPhone 6S in San Francisco
  189. September 9, 2016 – atomic test of 10 kilotons by North Korea at Punggye-ri Nuclear Test ground,

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