Hari bersejarah

Buat menambah pengetahuan bagi yang belum tahu, dan juga buat catatan memorial bagi yang sudah tahu, disini saya tuliskan bahwa pada tanggal 3 Desember adalah hari Internasional bagi penyandang cacat. Kemudian tgl 3 12 ini juga merupakan hari Telescope sedunia. Dengan adanya tulisan ini semoga anda mengetahui apa yang akan diperingati pada setiap 03 Desember. Demikian isi blog saya.


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    pulungan achyar said,

    here with i add the History of December
    December 1

    The First Navigation Act, passed by the English Parliament to govern colonial trade, stated that all goods carried to and from England must be transported by British ships manned mostly by British sailors, 1660

    The Trail of Tears occurred, whereby the 14,000 Cherokee Indians remaining in Georgia and southeastern Tennessee were forcibly removed from their lands by 7,000 soldiers, and herded into Oklahoma. This phrase of the Trail of Tears was the final tragic act in the enforcement of the fraudulent treaty of New Echota in 1835. Along the way, 4,000 Cherokees died. In the end, 7 million acres of Cherokee land had been seized by whites, 1838

    Midshipman Philip Spencer was hanged for mutiny for his part in an uprising aboard the naval training brigSomers, 1842

    Theodore Roosevelt was the first American to win the Nobel Peace Prize, 1906

    Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus, 1955

    The United States Government held its first draft lottery since WWII, 1969

    December 2

    The Monroe Doctrine was announced, 1823

    John Brown was hanged for his part in raiding Harpers Ferry, 1859

    The Thirteenth Amendment was adopted, prohibiting slavery when Alabama became the 27th state to ratify it, ensuring the necessary two-thirds vote, 1865

    First Lady Jane Pierce died in Andover, Massachusetts, 1863

    The Samoan Partition Treaty was signed at Washington, D.C., with Germany and England. It partitioned the Samoan Island between the United States and Germany, with the U.S. receiving Tutuila and Pago Pago, its harbor, 1899

    The first successful artificial heart transplant was completed at the University of Utah Medical Center. The recipient was Barney C. Clark, age 61, 1982

    December 3

    The first American flag was raised aboard the “USS Alfred,” 1775

    Illinois was admitted to the Union, 1818 (21st)

    The treason trial of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy, began in Richmond, Virginia. Before Circuit Court Judges Salmon P. Chase and John C. Underwood. The charges were dropped on February 15, 1869 after President Andrew Johnson’s amnesty proclamation, 1868

    “Camelot” opened on Broadway, 1960

    December 4

    General Washington bade farewell to his troops, 1783

    Queen Victoria prohibited exports to the United States, 1861

    United States Gemini 7 was launched from Cape Kennedy on a 14-day, 206-orbit mission and rendezvous in space with Gemini 6, 1965

    December 5

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died at the age of 35, 1791

    President Martin Van Buren was born in Kinderhook, New York, 1782

    The first depiction of the United States flag in England was the work of John Singleton Copley, who painted the Stars and Stripes flying over a ship in the background of his portrait of Elkanah Watson, who was a well-known sponsor of agricultural fairs in the U.S., 1783

    President Grant, apologized before Congress, ascribing his errors while president to inexperience, saying further that his failures were “errors in judgement, not intent,” 1876

    National Prohibition ended, 1933

    The Medal of Honor was presented to Captain Roger H.C. Donlon, U.S. Army, for heroism in South Vietnam, the first person to receive the medal since the Korean War, 1964

    December 6

    Construction of Washington Monument was completed,1884

    Jefferson Davis died at age 71 in New Orleans, Louisiana , 1889

    The first broadcast of an official presidential address occurred when President Calvin Coolidge gave his second annual address to Congress. The transmission was so clear that technicians in St. Louis, Missouri telephoned Washington, D.C., to ask about the occasional rustling noise, which turned out to be caused by the president turning the pages of his address, 1923

    Gerald Ford sworn in as vice president, following the resignation of Spiro Agnew,1973

    December 7

    Delaware was admitted to the Union, 1797 (1st)

    Japanese warplanes attacked United States at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1941

    United States Apollo 17 launched, 1972

    December 8

    A huge submarine net made of steel, that was placed underwater across the Narrows in New York harbor at the beginning of the war, was removed, 1919

    United States entered World War II, 1941

    A treaty was enacted which prohibited nuclear weapons in space, 1966

    John Winston Yoko Lennon, former member of the Beatles, was shot and killed outside his Dakota apartment in New York by a deranged man, 1980

    December 9

    Noah Webster established New York’s first daily newspaper, 1793

    The first Red Cross Christmas seals were sold for a campaign against tuberculosis, raising $135,000, 1907

    China declared war on Germany, Italy, Japan, 1941

    December 10

    Mississippi was admitted to the Union, 1817 (20th)

    The first Women’s Suffrage law in the U.S. was granted in Wyoming Territory, 1869

    The first college basketball game was held, 1896

    December 11

    The University of North Carolina was chartered in Chapel Hill, N.C., as a state university, 1789

    Indiana was admitted to the Union, 1816 (19th)

    Incandescent stage lighting was first used in the U.S. at the Bijou Theater in Boston at a performance of Iolanthe, by Gilbert and Sullivan, 1883

    United States & Britain declared war on Japan, 1941

    United States, Germany & Italy declared war, 1941

    December 12

    Pennsylvania was admitted to the Union, 1787 (2nd)

    Joseph Rainey became the first black in the House of Representatives, 1870

    The first motel opened in the United States, The Motel Inn, in San Luis Obispo, California, 1925

    December 13

    The first savings bank in the United States was organized in Boston as The Provident Institution for Savings, 1817

    First Lady Mary Lincoln was born Mary Ann Todd in Lexington, Kentucky, 1818

    Confederates won the Civil War Battle of Fredericksburg, 1863

    United States First Army attacked the Roer River Dam, 1944

    December 14

    The first military encounter of the American Revolution occurred, when on the report of news carried by Paul Revere that the British intended to station a garrison at Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Major John Sullivan led a band of militia to Fort William and Mary, broke into its arsenal, and carried off arms and ammunition, 1774

    President George Washington died at his home, Mount Vernon, 1799

    Alabama was admitted to the Union, 1819 (22nd)

    First Lady Julia Grant died in Washington, D.C., 1902

    December 15

    The Bill of Rights went into effect, 1791

    Sitting Bull, chief of the Sioux Indians, was killed in a skirmish with U.S. soldiers along the Grand River in South Dakota, 1890

    The movie, “Gone With The Wind” premiered, 1939

    The plane carrying Bandleader Glenn Miller was lost, 1944

    December 16

    The Boston Tea Party occurred, 1773

    The first patent for a process of shaping brass into bowls was issued to Hiram Hayden of Waterbury, Connecticut. Dishes of brass, fastened to spinning dies, were pressed to the shape of the die, 1852

    “Variety” magazine was first printed, 1905

    World War II Battle of the Bulge, which was the last major German offensive of the war began, when German forces broke through Allied defenses in the Ardennes. The German drive was intended to seize Antwerp and split the Allies in the west. Bad weather hampered the Allied air and supply operations. U.S. forces, located at Bastogne, although surrounded, did not surrender. The American resistance stiffened after the massacre of U.S. prisoners at Malmedy on December 17. When the weather improved, the Allied air operations resumed and the German Tiger tank columns halted for lack of fuel, and were destroyed, 1944

    December 17

    France recognized American independence, 1777

    The first one-way street was created in New York City, 1791

    Orville and Wilbur Wright’s first successful manned powered flight occurred near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, 1903

    December 18

    New Jersey was admitted to the Union, 1787 (3rd)

    The first celestial photograph was taken, 1839
    International Immigrants day

    The Crittenden Compromise, a last minute attempt to persuade the southern states to remain in the union, was proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden of Kentucky, 1860

    Japan was allowed to join the United Nations, 1956

    December 19

    Benjamin Franklin first published his “Poor Richard’s Almanac” 1732

    The first issue of “The Crisis,” by Thomas Paine, which was a series of pamphlets written to bolster the morale of the Continental Army, was issued, 1776

    George Washington and the Continental Army arrived at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 1777

    First Lady Emily Donelson died at her home at Tulip Grove Plantation, 1836

    The University of Oklahoma was opened at Norman, Oklahoma, 1893

    Nelson Rockefeller was sworn in as vice president of the United States, 1974

    December 20

    Louisiana Purchase was formally completed, 1803

    “Dreamgirls” opened on Broadway, 1981

    United States troops invaded Panama, 1989

    December 21

    Bluebeard was executed, 1440

    Mayflower Pilgrims landed at Plymouth, Massachusetts, 1620

    General George S. Patton died in Heidelberg of injuries from a car accident, 1945

    The first gorilla was born in captivity, 1956

    Reduction of the voting age in national elections to 18 years was ruled constitutional by the Supreme Court, 1970

    A bill authorizing a federal bailout for Chrysler Corporation by providing $1,500,000,000 in federal loan guarantees was passed by Congress, 1980. (Signed into law on January 7, 1980 by President James Carter).

    December 22

    The Embargo Act that barred foreign trade went into effect, 1807

    First Lady, “Lady Bird” Johnson was born Claudia Alta Taylor in Karnack, Texas , 1912

    Wake Island fell to the Japanese after a heroic fifteen-day stand by 400 U.S. marines, 1941

    The crew of the “USS Pueblo” was released, 1968

    December 23

    Washington resigned as commander-in-chief, at Old Senate Chamber, State House, Annapolis, Md, 1783

    “A Visit From St. Nicholas” (The Night Before Christmas) by Clement C. Moore, was published in New York, 1823

    The state of Maryland gave ten square miles for the District of Columbia, 1788

    December 24

    The Methodist Church was organized in America at a conference in Baltimore, Maryland, 1784

    The Treaty of Ghent was signed, ending the War of 1812, 1814

    The Ku Klux Klan was established, 1865

    Henry Ford completed his first successful gasoline engine, 1894

    General Dwight D. Eisenhower was named Supreme Commander of Allied forces for the invasions of Europe, 1943

    December 25

    The first recorded Christmas was celebrated in Rome, A.D. 336

    “Silent Night” was performed for the first time at the Church of St. Nikolaus, Oberndorff, Austria, 1818

    George Washington crossed the Delaware River, 1776

    December 26

    Stephen Girard, one of the wealthiest men in the U.S. died, leaving his fortune to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the founding of Girard College, and elementary and secondary school for poor, male white orphans, 1831

    Wake Forest College was chartered in Wake Forest, N.C. It had been founded under Baptist auspices in 1834, 1838

    New York City was blanketed with 25.8 inches of snow, 1947

    President Harry S. Truman died in Kansas City, Missouri, 1972

    The end of the Soviet Union began, 1991

    December 27

    “Show Boat” opened on Broadway at the Ziegfeld Theatre, 1927

    Radio City Music Hall opened in New York, 1932

    The World War II Battle of the Bulge ended, 1944

    “Howdy Doody” with host Bob Smith, made its TV debut on NBC, 1947

    December 28

    John C. Calhoun became the first vice president of the U.S. to resign, 1832

    Iowa was admitted to the Union, 1846 (29th)

    President Woodrow Wilson was born in Staunton, Virginia, 1856

    First Lady Edith Wilson died at her home in Washington, D.C., 1961

    December 29

    President Andrew Johnson was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, 1808

    Texas was admitted to the Union, 1845 (28th)

    First Lady Angelica Van Buren died, 1877

    December 30

    The Gadsden Purchase, negotiated by James Gadsden, U.S. Minister to Mexico, was signed. It provided that the U.S. acquire 29,644 sq. miles of territory, comprising the southernmost portions of present-day Arizona, and New Mexico, 1853

    The Pennsylvania Rock Oil Company, the first oil company in the United States was formed in New Haven, Connecticut, 1855

    The “USS Monitor” was lost off Cape Hatteras, 1862

    Vladimir I. Lenin established the U.S.S.R., 1922

    “Kiss Me Kate” opened on Broadway, 1948

    December 31

    The Battle of Murfreesboro began during the Civil War, 1862

    Thomas Edison gave his first public demonstration of the incandescent lamp, 1879

    The Manhattan Bridge, the third span across the East River in New York City was opened to traffic, 1910

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    ashartanjung said,

    Thank for ur comment Mr. Pulungan.
    Why didn’t u contact me in Idul Adha. Didn’t u come back to our town?

    • 3

      pulungan achyar said,

      I’m so sorry Mr. Tanjung I really wanna to meet you when I was there But I dont know how to see you, and a really really reluctant, I’m afraid I just disturbed your activity.
      also I was busy to support my wife business to face CPNS exam and finally not win the exam he,,he…

      Ok .. I’m So sorry but next I will

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    ashartanjung said,

    When u come back, just send me ur email address. I will send u my phone number.
    I am not so busy in my day time. Some times I work, sometimes not. If u will being in our town, just do it. Maybe in holistism we need each other. Thank. Salam buat Achyar.

    Tak lupa pula salam buat Aris dan Alex yang mengunjungi situs ‘asal usul marga Tanjung’.

  4. 6

    Annoupunole said,

    Just want to say what a great blog you got here!
    I’ve been around for quite a lot of time, but finally decided to show my appreciation of your work!

    Thumbs up, and keep it going!

    Christian, iwspo.net

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