Historical Events For 1804
Sunday, 24 September 2017
Jan 01 Haiti gains independence from France (National Day) in the year 1804.
Jan 01 Jean Jacques Dessalines proclaims independence of Haiti from France in the year 1804.
Jan 04 Charlotte Lennox, English novelist (The Female Quixote), dies on this day in history.
Jan 05 In the year 1804 ohio legislature passes 1st laws restricting free blacks movement
Jan 05 On this day in history ohio legislature passes first laws restricting free blacks movement
Jan 12 On this day in history hippolyte Monpou, composer
Jan 14 In the year 1804 john Park, composer
Jan 16 Karl August Krebs, composer in the year 1804.
Jan 30 In the year 1804 mungo Park leaves England seeking source of Niger River
Jan 31 On this day in history british Vice-Admiral William Bligh's fleet reaches Curaçao
Jan 31 British vice-admiral William Blighs fleet reaches Curacao on this day in history.
Jan 31 Jozsef Bajza, Hungarian author/poet/critic in the year 1804.
Feb 02 On this day in history caesar Rodney, US judge (signed Declar of Independence), dies at 62
Feb 02 Leopold Eugen Mechura, composer in the year 1804.
Feb 05 In the year 1804 johan Ludvig Runeberg, Finland, poet
Feb 06 In the year 1804 joseph Priestley, Engl/US theologist/philosopher/chemist, dies at 70
Feb 06 Ragnerus L van Andringa de Kempenaer, Dutch officer/swindler in the year 1804.
Feb 07 John Deere, pioneer manufacturer of agricultural implements in the year 1804.
Feb 12 Immanuel Kant, German philosopher (Zum ewigen Frieden), dies at 79 on this day in history.
Feb 14 Karadjordje leads the First Serbian Uprising against the Ottoman Empire in the year 1804.
Feb 15 New Jersey becomes last northern state to abolish slavery on this day in history.
Feb 16 On this day in history lieutenant Stephen Decatur, with volunteers from frigate Constitution and schooner Enterprise, enters Tripoli harbor by night in the ketch Intrepid to burn the captured frigate Philadelphia. Decatur's raid succeeds without American losses. England's Lord Nelson calls this "the most daring act of the age."
Feb 16 On this day in history lt Stephen Decatur raids Tripoli Harbor & burns Navy frigate "Philadelphia" after pirates seized it
Feb 17 Samuel Read Anderson, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1883 in the year 1804.
Feb 18 1st US land-grant college, Ohio University, Athens Ohio, chartered in the year 1804.
Feb 21 In the year 1804 1st locomotive, Richard Trevithick's, runs for 1st time, in Wales
Feb 21 On this day in history first locomotive, Richard Trevithick's, runs for first time, in Wales
Feb 21 The first ever steam train to run on rails is demonstrated by Richard Trevithick on this day in history.
Feb 23 On this day in history conspirators against Napoleon, for restoration of Louis XVIII
Feb 24 London's Drury Lane Theatre burns to the ground, leaving owner Richard Brinsley Sheridan destitute in the year 1804.
Feb 25 Jefferson nominated for President at Democratic-Republican caucus on this day in history.
Feb 26 In the year 1804 vice-Admiral William Bligh ends siege of Fort Amsterdam, Willemstad
Mar 01 Wolfgang Nicolaus Haueisen, composer, dies at 63 on this day in history.
Mar 04 On this day in history karl Leopold Rollig, composer, dies