Historical Events In 1860
Thursday, 02 July 2020
Jan 01 Slavery ends of in Neth Indies on this day in history.
Jan 01 In the year 1860 slavery ends of in Netherlands Indies
Jan 02 On this day in history william C Mills, museum curator (excavated Ohio Indian mounds)
Jan 05 St John Nepomucene Neumann, 1st male US saint, dies on this day in history.
Jan 07 Emanuil Mandlov, composer on this day in history.
Jan 08 On this day in history nancy Jones, US black missionary in Africa
Jan 11 In the year 1860 marie Bashkirtseff, Russian/French painter/author (Journal)
Jan 12 On this day in history martinus J Niewindt, bishop on Curacao (christened slaves), dies at 63
Jan 20 On this day in history dutch troops conquer Watampone in Celebes
Jan 25 Charles Curtis, (R) 31st US VP (1929-33) on this day in history.
Jan 28 Britain formally returns Mosquito Coast to Nicaragua on this day in history.
Jan 29 American College established in Rome by Pope Pius IX on this day in history.
Jan 29 In the year 1860 anton Pavlovich Chekhov, Tagarov Russia, playwright (Cherry Orchard)
Jan 30 Francesco Antonio Norberto Pinto, composer, dies at 44 on this day in history.
Feb 01 1st rabbi to open House of Representatives, Morris Raphall of NYC in the year 1860.
Feb 03 In the year 1860 thomas Clemson takes office as 1st US superintendent of agriculture
Feb 03 Thomas Clemson takes office as first US superintendent of agriculture in the year 1860.
Feb 06 On this day in history johan [Eliza J] de Meester, Dutch journalist/writer (Geertje)
Feb 09 Eduard W van Dam van Isselt, Dutch milt/liberal politician, dies at 63 on this day in history.
Feb 10 In the year 1860 john Brahms' 2nd Serenade in A, premieres
Feb 11 Rachilde, [Marguerite Vallette-Eymery], French author (Monsieur Venus) in the year 1860.
Feb 13 On this day in history king Basse Kajuara departs Boni South-Celebes
Feb 16 Dutch Rochussen/Van Bosse government resigns on this day in history.
Feb 16 In the year 1860 dutch Rochussen/Van Bosse govt resigns
Feb 18 In the year 1860 anders Zorn, Swedish painter/etcher/sculptor (Gustavus Vasa)
Feb 20 In the year 1860 henry Drummond, English banker/religious leader, dies at 69
Feb 22 On this day in history organized baseball played in San Francisco for the first time
Feb 22 Organized baseball played in SF for 1st time on this day in history.
Feb 22 On this day in history shoe-making workers of Lynn MS, strike successfully for higher wages
Feb 24 On this day in history daniel Berkeley Updike, printer/publisher/writer (Printing Types)
Feb 25 Menso Kamerlingh Onnes, painter/water colors painter on this day in history.
Feb 27 On this day in history abraham Lincoln makes a speech at Cooper Union in the city of New York that is largely responsible for his election to the Presidency.
Feb 29 Herman Hollerith, inventor (1st electric tabulating machine) on this day in history.
Mar 01 Suzanna Salter, 1st US female mayor/temperance leader on this day in history.