Historical Events In 1794
Sunday, 05 July 2020
Apr 05 In the year 1794 georges-Jacques Danton, French revolutionary leader, guillotined at 34
Apr 08 Marie-Jean-Antoine-Nicholas-Caritat, mathematician dies on this day in history.
Apr 10 Matthew Calbraith Perry, Commodore, opened Japan in the year 1794.
Apr 11 On this day in history edward Everett, Dorchester Mass, (Gov-Mass), statesman/orator
Apr 12 Germinal P Dandelin, Belgian mathematician (geometry) in the year 1794.
Apr 21 NYC formally declares coast of Ellis Island publically owned, so they can build forts to protect NYC from British on this day in history.
Apr 27 William Jones, British Orientalist/jurist, dies at 47 on this day in history.
Apr 30 The Battle of Boulou is fought, in which French forces defeated the Spanish under General Union on this day in history.
May 06 Haiti, under Toussaint L'Ouverture, revolts against France on this day in history.
May 06 On this day in history jean-Jacques Beauvarget-Charpentier, composer, dies at 59
May 08 Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier, chemist (identified oxygen), guillotined on this day in history.
May 08 On this day in history uS Post Office established
May 10 Elisabeth PMH, princess of France, beheaded at 30 in the year 1794.
May 17 On this day in history anna Brownell Jameson, Dublin, writer
May 17 On this day in history hard frost in southern New England
May 18 In the year 1794 2nd battle of Bouvines (France-Austria)
May 23 In the year 1794 isaak-Ignaz Moscheles, composer
May 24 William Whewell, British philosopher (History of Inductive Science) on this day in history.
May 27 In the year 1794 cornelius Vanderbilt, millionaire (B & O railroad)
Jun 01 In the year 1794 english fleet under Richard Earl Howe defeats French
Jun 04 Congress passes Neutrality Act, bans Americans from serving in armed forces of foreign powers in the year 1794.
Jun 05 Congress prohibits citizens from serving in foreign armed forces in the year 1794.
Jun 05 On this day in history the U.S. Congress pases the Neutrality Act, prohibiting Americans from enlisting in the service of a foreign power.
Jun 08 G A Borger, writer, dies on this day in history.
Jun 10 Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Phila, forms on this day in history.
Jun 16 On this day in history 1st stone layed at Dutch biggest grain windmill (De Walvisch)
Jun 18 In the year 1794 george Grote, British historian
Jun 19 Richard H Lee, US farmer (signed Decl of Independence), dies at 62 on this day in history.
Jun 23 On this day in history empress Catherine II grants Jews permission to settle in Kiev
Jun 24 Bowdoin College is founded in the year 1794.
Jun 25 In the year 1794 french troops occupy Charleroi
Jun 26 Battle of Colors: France under Jourdan beats Austrian army in the year 1794.
Jun 28 In the year 1794 joshua Humphreys appointed master builder to build Navy ships at an annual salary of $2,000.
Jun 30 In the year 1794 battle of Fort Recovery, Ohio