Historical Events In 1969
Tuesday, 22 June 2021
Jun 19 In the year 1969 state troopers ordered to Cairo Ill, to quell racial disturbances
Jun 20 150,000 attend Newport '69, Jimi Hendrix gets $120,000 to appear on this day in history.
Jun 21 On this day in history maureen "Little Mo" Connolly, 1st woman grand slam (1953), dies at 34
Jun 21 In the year 1969 zager &Evans release "In the Year 2525"
Jun 22 On this day in history aretha Franklin arrested in Detroit for creating a disturbance
Jun 22 In the year 1969 judy Garland, actress (Wizard of Oz, Easter Parade), dies at 47 of an overdose
Jun 23 In the year 1969 joe Frazier beats Jerry Quarry for the heavyweight boxing title
Jun 23 Stanley Andrews, actor (Old Ranger-Death Valley Days), dies at 78 in the year 1969.
Jun 23 In the year 1969 warren E Burger sworn in as Supreme Court Chief Justice
Jun 24 Maria Belgado, entertainer, dies in the year 1969.
Jun 27 On this day in history 50,000 attend Denver Pop Festival
Jun 27 Police raid the Stonewall Gay Bar in Greenwich Village, NY, about 400 to 1,000 patrons riot against the police, it lasts 3 days in the year 1969.
Jun 27 Richard Vance Maxfield, composer, dies at 42 in the year 1969.
Jun 29 On this day in history first Jewish worship service at White House
Jun 29 Moise K Tsjombe, premier Congo/Zaire, dies in the year 1969.
Jun 30 Jan Evangelista Zelinka, composer, dies at 76 on this day in history.
Jun 30 On this day in history spain cedes Ifni to Morocco
Jul 01 In the year 1969 charles Philip Arthur George invested as Prince of Wales
Jul 01 John & Yoko are hospitilized after a car crash in the year 1969.
Jul 02 Brian Jones founder of the Rolling Stones, drowns in the year 1969.
Jul 02 On this day in history canadian National abandons Newfoundland passenger trains 101-102.
Jul 02 In the year 1969 leslie West & Felix Pappalardi form the rock group Mountain
Jul 03 78,000 attend Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, RI on this day in history.
Jul 03 In the year 1969 brian Jones of the Rolling Stones drowns at 25
Jul 03 Brian Jones, guitarist (Rolling Stones), drowns to death at 25 on this day in history.
Jul 04 "Give Peace a Chance" by Plastic Ono Band is released in the UK on this day in history.
Jul 04 In the year 1969 140,000 attend Atlanta Pop Festival featuring Led Zep & Janis Joplin
Jul 04 Ann Jones defeats Billie Jean King for Wimbeldon Ladies championship in the year 1969.
Jul 05 On this day in history ben Alexander, dies at 58
Jul 05 In the year 1969 rod Laver wins his 4th Wimbeldon championship
Jul 05 Rolling Stones play a free concert in London's Hyde Park on this day in history.
Jul 07 Canada's House of Commons approves equality of French-English language across the country in the year 1969.
Jul 07 On this day in history erskine Sanford, dies at 83
Jul 08 On this day in history gladys Swarthout, opera singer/actress (Ambush), dies at 64