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Hawaiian History Events

  • 1778-11-26 British explorer Captain James Cook discovers Maui in the Sandwich Islands (now Hawaii)
  • 1792-03-04 Oranges introduced to Hawaii
  • 1803-08-09 1st horses arrive in Hawaii
  • 1813-01-11 1st pineapples planted in Hawaii (or 1/21)
  • 1813-01-21 Pineapple introduced to Hawaii (or 01/111)
  • 1813-01-21 Spaniard Don Francisco de Paula y Marin plants coffee in Hawaii - 1st record of coffee growing in Hawaii
  • 1819-09-17 First whaling ship arrives in Hawaii
  • 1820-08-07 1st potatoes planted in Hawaii
  • 1822-01-07 1st printing in Hawaii
  • 1824-09-26 Kapiolani defies Pele (Hawaiian volcano goddess) & lives
  • 1825-04-10 1st hotel in Hawaii opens
  • 1835-05-13 1st foreign embassy in Hawaii forms
  • 1835-07-26 1st sugar cane plantation started in Hawaii
  • 1835-07-29 1st sugar plantation in Hawaii begins
  • 1836-07-30 First English language newspaper published in Hawaii
  • 1839-06-07 Hawaiian Declaration of Rights is signed
  • 1839-06-17 King of Hawaii Kamehameha III issues Edict of toleration which gives Roman Catholics freedom to worship in the Hawaiian Islands. The Hawaii Catholic Church and the Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace is later established
  • 1840-10-08 First Hawaiian constitution proclaimed
  • 1842-12-19 US recognizes independence of Hawaii
  • 1843-11-28 Ka Lahui: Hawaiian Independence Day - The Kingdom of Hawaii is officially recognized by the United Kingdom and France as an independent nation.
  • 1845-05-20 1st legislative assembly convenes in Hawaii
  • 1846-05-21 1st steamship arrives in Hawaii
  • 1847-03-10 1st money minted in Hawaii
  • 1847-09-10 1st theater opens in Hawaii
  • 1848-03-07 In Hawaii, Great Mahele (division of lands) signed
  • 1850-08-30 Honolulu, Hawaii, becomes a city
  • 1850-11-06 1st Hawaiian fire engine
  • 1850-12-20 Hawaiian post office established
  • 1850-12-27 Hawaiian Fire Dept established
  • 1851-10-01 1st Hawaiian stamps issued

Births

1909: Cozy Cole
1933: Floyd Cramer
1941: Jim Seals (Seals and Crofts)
1941: Alan Howard (Brian Poole and the Tremeloes)
1942: Gary Puckett
1947: David St. Hubbins (Spinal Tap)
1949: Bill Hudson (The Hudson Brothers)

Deaths

1972: Billy Williams
1981: Alberta Hunter
1991: Tennessee Ernie Ford
1999: Thomas Durden
2001: Jay Livingston
2002: Bashful Brother Oswald
2007: Teresa Brewer

Events

1919: The Radio Corporation of America, soon to be simply known as RCA, is founded by General Electric as a publicly-held monopoly, in much the same way "the phone company" was originally envisioned.
1945: Ava Gardner marries her second husband, bandleader Artie Shaw.
1957: Elvis' third film, Jailhouse Rock, has its world premiere at the Loews State Theatre in Memphis, TN -- the same moviehouse where Elvis had his first job as an usher just five years earlier.
1960: Dion and the Belmonts' breakup becomes official when it is reported in Billboard magazine.

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Top 5 Grossing Movies of All Time

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Lead singer Dion DiMucci claims the group's not bluesy enough; the band claims Dion just wants a taste of solo fame.
1962: The Beatles make their very first television appearance anywhere when part of their afternoon show at the Cavern in Liverpool is broadcast live on Granada television's People And Places. The band performs two songs: "Some Other Guy" and "Love Me Do."
1963: The Beatles record the first of their "Christmas Records," spoken word greetings sent out on vinyl to members of their fan club.
1967:Hair, the world's first hippie rock musical, makes its public debut at the New York Shakespeare Festival.
1967: The Beatles attend a small, quiet memorial service for their manager Brian Epstein, held at the New London Synagogue in St. John's Wood (near the Abbey Road Studios).
1967: Phil Spector, Tommy Boyce, and Bobby Hart all guest star on tonight's "Jeannie, The Hip Hippie" episode of NBC-TV's I Dream of Jeannie.
1969: Having been refused union admission to American stages for four years due to both the Davies' brothers incessant fighting and a procedural violation during their last appearance on the NBC-TV show Hullabaloo!, the Kinks make their triumphant return, opening for Spirit at the Fillmore East in New York.
1970: While attending the Gospel Quartet Convention in Memphis, Elvis Presley indulges himself in a lifelong passion by singing backstage with members of the legendary Blackwood Brothers and the equally notable Statesmen Quartet, both major early influences on the singer.
1975: Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees marries his second wife, Yvonne Spencely.
1981: One man is killed and another injured in an attempted burglary of Rolling Stones ticket offices in Maryland.
1987: With their #1 comeback hit "You Win Again," the Bee Gees become the first group to score a UK Number One hit in three separate decades -- the 60s, 70s, and 80s.
1991: Sixties British singer Sandie Shaw is arrested and fined 100 pounds for refusing to take a breathalyzer test outside her home in London.
1995: The largest video release of all time is made by Rhino Home Video: 21 cassette tapes featuring 58 episodes of NBC-TV's The Monkees.
1999: Having been diagnosed with a severe case of pneumonia, Johnny Cash is admitted to Baptist Hospital in Nashville.
2000: At a charity auction organized by Mick Fleetwood in London, singer George Michael pays one and a half million pounds for the upright piano on which John Lennon wrote the 1971 hit "Imagine."
2005: Fats Domino returns to his Ninth Ward home for the first time since Hurricane Katrina to find it utterly destroyed, with his piano and several of his gold records among the ruined items.
2007: The section of West Grand Blvd. in Detroit, MI, that once housed the Motown studios is officially renamed "Berry Gordy Jr. Boulevard."
2007: California claims singer and resident Dionne Warwick owes $2.67 million in unpaid taxes.

Releases

1966: The Zombies, "She's Not There"
1968: Jose Feliciano, "The Star-Spangled Banner"
1979: Fleetwood Mac, Tusk

Recording

1940: Will Bradley, "Five O'Clock Whistle"
1956: Mickey and Sylvia, "Love Is Strange"
1963: The Beatles, "I Want To Hold Your Hand"
1963: Bobby Goldsboro, "See The Funny Little Clown"
1967: Bob Dylan: "Drifter's Escape," "I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine," "The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest"
1978: Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand, "You Don't Bring Me Flowers"

Charts

1960: The Drifters' "Save The Last Dance For Me" hits #1
1964: Manfred Mann's "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" hits #1
1970: The Jackson 5's "I'll Be There" hits #1

Certifications

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