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What Happened on September 4th This Day in History

Year Name
2022 Ten people are killed and 15 are injured in a stabbing spree in 13 locations on the James Smith Cree Nation and in Weldon, Saskatchewan.
2020 Pope Benedict XVI becomes the longest-lived pope, 93 years, four months, 16 days, surpassing Pope Leo XIII, who died in 1903.
2010 A 7.1 magnitude earthquake strikes the South Island of New Zealand causing widespread damage and several power outages.
2007 Three terrorists suspected to be a part of Al-Qaeda are arrested in Germany after allegedly planning attacks on both the Frankfurt International airport and US military installations.
2002 The Oakland Athletics win their 20th consecutive game, an American League record.
2001 Tokyo DisneySea opens to the public as part of the Tokyo Disney Resort in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan.
1998 Google is founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two students at Stanford University.
1989 In Leipzig, East Germany, the first of weekly demonstration for the legalisation of opposition groups and democratic reforms takes place.
1985 The discovery of Buckminsterfullerene, the first fullerene molecule of carbon.
1977 The Golden Dragon massacre takes place in San Francisco.
1975 The Sinai Interim Agreement relating to the Arab–Israeli conflict is signed.
1972 Mark Spitz becomes the first competitor to win seven medals at a single Olympic Games.
1972 The Price Is Right premieres on CBS. It currently is the longest running game show on American television.
1971 Alaska Airlines Flight 1866 crashes near Juneau, Alaska, killing all 111 people on board.
1970 Salvador Allende is elected President of Chile.
1967 Vietnam War: Operation Swift begins when U.S. Marines engage the North Vietnamese in battle in the Que Son Valley.
1964 Scotland's Forth Road Bridge near Edinburgh officially opens.
1963 Swissair Flight 306 crashes near Dürrenäsch, Switzerland, killing all 80 people on board.
1957 American Civil Rights Movement: Little Rock Crisis: The governor of Arkansas calls out the National Guard to prevent African American students from enrolling in Little Rock Central High School, resulting in the lawsuit Cooper v. Aaron the following year.
1951 The first live transcontinental television broadcast takes place in San Francisco, from the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference.
1950 Darlington Raceway is the site of the inaugural Southern 500, the first 500-mile NASCAR race.
1949 The Peekskill riots erupt after a Paul Robeson concert in Peekskill, New York.
1948 Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands abdicates for health reasons.
1944 World War II: The British 11th Armoured Division liberates the Belgian city of Antwerp.
1944 World War II: Finland exits from the war with Soviet Union.
1941 World War II: A German submarine makes the first attack of the war against a United States warship, the USS Greer.
1939 World War II: William J. Murphy commands the first Royal Air Force attack on Germany.
1936 Spanish Civil War: Largo Caballero forms a war cabinet to direct the republican war effort.
1934 Evelyn Waugh's novel A Handful of Dust was first published in full.
1923 Maiden flight of the first U.S. airship, the USS Shenandoah.
1919 Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who founded the Republic of Turkey, gathers a congress in Sivas to make decisions as to the future of Anatolia and Thrace.
1912 Albanian rebels succeed in their revolt when the Ottoman Empire agrees to fulfill their demands
1888 George Eastman registers the trademark Kodak and receives a patent for his camera that uses roll film.
1886 American Indian Wars: After almost 30 years of fighting, Apache leader Geronimo, with his remaining warriors, surrenders to General Nelson Miles in Arizona.
1882 The Pearl Street Station in New York City becomes the first power plant to supply electricity to paying customers.
1870 Emperor Napoleon III of France is deposed and the Third Republic is declared.
1867 Sheffield Wednesday Football Club are founded at the Adelphi Hotel in Sheffield becoming one of the first football clubs in the world.
1862 American Civil War Maryland Campaign: General Robert E. Lee takes the Army of Northern Virginia, and the war, into the North.
1839 Battle of Kowloon: British vessels open fire on Chinese war junks enforcing a food sales embargo on the British community in China in the first armed conflict of the First Opium War.
1827 The Great Fire of Turku almost completely destroys Finland's former capital city.[1]
1812 War of 1812: The Siege of Fort Harrison begins when the fort is set on fire.
1800 The French garrison in Valletta surrenders to British troops who had been called at the invitation of the Maltese. The islands of Malta and Gozo become the Malta Protectorate.
1797 Coup of 18 Fructidor in France.
1781 Los Angeles is founded as El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora La Reina de los Ángeles (The Village of Our Lady, the Queen of the Angels) by 44 Spanish settlers.
1774 New Caledonia is first sighted by Europeans, during the second voyage of Captain James Cook.
1666 In London, England, the most destructive damage from the Great Fire occurs.
1607 The Flight of the Earls takes place in Ireland.
1479 The Treaty of Alcáçovas is signed by the Catholic Monarchs of Castile and Aragon on one side and Afonso V and his son, Prince John of Portugal.
1282 Peter III of Aragon becomes the King of Sicily.
1260 The Sienese Ghibellines, supported by the forces of Manfred, King of Sicily, defeat the Florentine Guelphs at Montaperti.
929 Battle of Lenzen: Slavic forces (the Redarii and the Obotrites) are defeated by a Saxon army near the fortified stronghold of Lenzen in Brandenburg.
626 Li Shimin, posthumously known as Emperor Taizong of Tang, assumes the throne over the Tang dynasty of China.
476 Romulus Augustulus is deposed when Odoacer proclaims himself "King of Italy", thus ending the Western Roman Empire.
Famous People Born on September 4

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Year Name
1885 Antonio Bacci, Italian cardinal (d. 1971)
1944 Tony Atkinson, English economist and academic (d. 2017)
1970 Igor Cavalera, Brazilian drummer
1957 Khandi Alexander, American actress, dancer, and choreographer
1982 Whitney Cummings, American comedian, actress, producer, and screenwriter
1966 Yanka Dyagileva, Russian singer-songwriter (d. 1991)
1993 Chantal Škamlová, Slovak tennis player
1930 Robert Arneson, American sculptor and academic (d. 1992)
1956 Blackie Lawless, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
1993 Emma Brownlie, Scottish footballer
Famous People Deaths On September 4

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Date Name
1342 Anna Anachoutlou, empress of Trebizond
1417 Robert Hallam, English Catholic bishop
1944 Erich Fellgiebel, German general (b. 1886)
1308 Margaret of Burgundy, queen of Sicily (b. 1250)
1963 Robert Schuman, Luxembourgian-French politician, 130th Prime Minister of France (b. 1886)
2021 Tunch Ilkin, Turkish-American football player (b. 1957)
1987 Bill Bowes, English cricketer and coach (b. 1908)
799 Musa al-Kadhim, Arabic imam (b. 745)
1537 Johann Dietenberger, German theologian and translator (b. 1475)
1977 Stelios Perpiniadis, Greek singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1899)