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 2015

 

 
1

Germany Invaded Poland, Starting WWII (1939)

Titanic Wreckage Located (1985)

2

Great Fire of London (1666)

Pres. Theodore Roosevelt: "Speak Softly & Carry a Big Stick" (1901)

Victory over Japan (V-J) Day (1945)

3

Treaty of Paris Ended American Revolution (1783)

Wizard of Oz Published (1900)

First Pictures Taken of Mars's Surface (1976)

4

Los Angeles Founded (1781)

Little Rock 9 Prevented from Integrating (1957)

5

Be Late for Something Day

Tragedy at Munich Summer Olympics (1972)

Mother Teresa Died (1997)

6

Pres. William McKinley Shot (1901)

Yellow Star of David Required for All German Jews (1941)

Star Trek Debuted on TV (1966)

7

Labor Day

Babe Ruth Hit First Home Run (1915)

Singer Buddy Holly's Birthday (1936)

8

International Literacy Day

Pres. Ford Pardoned Pres. Nixon (1974)

9

Name "United States of America" Adopted (1776)

California Admission Day (1850)

10

Rickshaw Invented (1869)

20 Black Students Entered Alabama Public School (1963)

11

Patriot Day

Writer O. Henry's Birthday (1862)

Tragic Terrorist Attack on Three American Cities (2001)

12

Henry Hudson Began Exploration of Hudson River (1609)

First African-American Woman in Space (1992)

13

Grandparents Day

Rosh Hashanah Begins at Sundown

International Chocolate Day

Confectioner Milton Hershey's Birthday (1857)

Author Roald Dahl's Birthday (1916)

14

Star-Spangled Banner Composed (1814)

Psychologist Ivan Pavlov's Birthday (1849)

First Peacetime Draft Established Pre-WWII (1940)

15

Author Agatha Christie's Birthday (1890)

Alexander Fleming Discovered Penicillin (1928)

Nuremberg Law Enacted in Germany (1935)

16

International Day for Preservation of Ozone Layer

Stepfamily Day

Mexican Independence Day (1810)

General Motors Founded (1908)

17

U.S. Constitution Completed & Signed (1787)

23,000 Killed at Battle of Antietam (1862)

18

Play-Doh® Day

Fugitive Slave Act Passed (1850)

First Issue of The New York Times Published (1851)

19

Mickey Mouse Debuted (1928)

20

Author Upton Sinclair's Birthday (1878)

Pres. Chester A. Arthur Inaugurated (1881)

21

International Day of Peace

"Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus" Editorial Published (1897)

The Hobbit Was Published (1937)

Author Stephen King's Birthday (1947)

22

Yom Kippur Begins at Sundown

Elephant Appreciation Day

Emancipation Proclamation Issued (1862)

Iran-Iraq War Began (1980)

23

Autumn Begins

Neptune Discovered (1846)

24

Author F. Scott Fitzgerald's Birthday (1896)

25

Native American Day

Bill of Rights Created (1789)

Sandra Day O'Connor Became First Female Supreme Court Justice (1981)

26

Johnny Appleseed's Birthday (1774)

First Televised Presidential Debate (1960)

27

Ancestor Appreciation Day

Statesman Samuel Adams's Birthday (1722)

First Skyscraper Opened in NYC (1932)

Sep. 27-Oct.3

Banned Books Week

28

Tomatoes First Proven Safe to Eat (1820)

Black Sox Scandal Indictments Given (1920)

29

Scientist Louis Pasteur Died (1895)

30

International Translation Day

Nuremberg Trials Found 22 Guilty (1946)

 

 

 


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