September 27 in Pop Culture History

27September 27 in Pop Culture History

1290 (Earthquake) Chihli, China

1540 – Pope Paul III approved the charter for the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).

1650 (Volcano Eruption) Kolumbo

1903 – Wreck of the Old 97, traveling from Monroe, Virginia, to Spencer, North Carolina, the train derailed at Stillhouse Trestle near Danville, Virginia.

1905 – Albert Einstein’s paper Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy Content?, introducing the equation E=mc² was published.

1908 – Model T #0001 came out of Henry Ford’s car factory today.

1912 – W C Handy published The Memphis Blues, the first Blues Song

1937- The first Santa Claus training school opened in Albion, New York.

1954 – The Tonight Show began broadcasting coast to coast on NBC

1963 – Lee Harvey Oswald visited the Cuban Consulate in Mexico. More on him later.

1964 – The Warren Commission Report was given to President Johnson today, and the general public on September 27. It concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, settling the issue. (it was not realy settled)

1975 – #1 Hit September 27, 1975 – October 10, 1975: John DenverI’m Sorry / Calypso

1998 Google launched it’s li’l Search Engine.

1998 – Mark McGwire hit his record-setting 69th and 70th home runs in the last game of the (regular) season.

2006 – Wicked (East End Musical) Opened on September 27, 2006

2008 – #1 Hit September 27, 2008 – October 17, 2008: PinkSo What

2009 – The Cleveland Show premiered on FOX

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