1872

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The New Zealand Wars between the colonists and the Maori end after 17 years
year 1872

Events

January–March

April–June

July–September

October–December

Date unknown

 

Event

Event
Pax Brittanica

 

New Groups

GroupImageTypeDescription
Sciences PoLogo Sciences Po.svgMany members of the French public service have studied at the institution.
Aberystwyth UniversityUwa crest colour-new.pngPublicWelsh University

 

Births

TitleBornPlace of birthDiedSummaryDescription
Lionel Curtis18721955Academic
Deep state operative
Nicolai Rygg29 February 187227 September 1957Economist
Central banker
Josiah Wedgwood IV16 March 187226 July 1943Politician
Michael Joseph Savage23 March 1872Australia
Tatong
Victoria (Australia)
27 March 1940Politician
Bertrand Russell18 May 1872Trellech
Monmouthshire
UK
2 February 1970Philosopher
Propagandist
Paul-Emile Janson30 May 1872Belgium
Brussels
3 March 1944Belgian liberal politician and prime minister.
Calvin Coolidge4 July 1872Plymouth Notch
Vermont
U.S.
5 January 1933Lawyer
Harlan Stone11 October 187222 April 1946JudgeSullivan & Cromwell partner, then Supreme Court judge
Benjamin Strong22 December 1872New York
US
Fishkill-on-Hudson
16 October 1928Banker
Deep politician
Member of The Money Trust, Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for the first 14 years of the Fed's existence


References

  1. {http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/en/article/origins-of-labour-day-feature/%7C
  2. http://www.archontology.org/nations/south_africa/transvaal/00_1857_1877_s.php
  3. http://www.sahistory.org.za/dated-event/first-cape-cabinet-formed-john-molteno-premier
  4. Report for year ending 31 December 1909, Cape Government Railways, Section VIII - Dates of Opening and the Length of the different Sections in the Cape Colony, from the Year 1873 to 31st December, 1909.