1837 ( MDCCCXXXVII) fue un año común comenzado en domingo según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 1.1 Enero 1.2 Febrero 1.3 Marzo 1.4 Abril 1.5 Mayo 1.6 Junio 1.7 Julio 1.8 Agosto 1.9 Septiembre 1.10 Octubre 1.11 Noviembre 1.12 Diciembre 1.13 Sin fecha 2 Arte y literatura 3 Ciencia y tecnología 4 Nacimientos 4.1 Enero 4.2 Febrero
1837 ( MDCCCXXXVII) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar, the 1837th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 837th year of the 2nd millennium, the 37th year of the 19th century, and the 8th year of the 1830s decade.
1. President: Andrew Jackson (D-Tennessee) (until March 4), Martin Van Buren (D-New York) (starting March 4) 2. Vice President: Martin Van Buren (D-New York) (until March 4), Richard M. Johnson (D-Kentucky) (starting March 4) 3. Chief Justice: Roger B. Taney (Maryland) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: James K. Polk (D-Tennessee) 5. Congress: 24th (until March 4), 25th(starting March 4)January 6 – DePauw University founded in Greencastle, Indiana.January 26 – Michigan is admitted as the 26th U.S. state (see History of Michigan).February 4 – Seminoles attack Fort Foster.February 8 – Richard Johnson becomes the only Vice President of the United States chosen by the United States Senate.January 9 – Julius C. Burrows, U.S. Senator from Michigan from 1895 to 1911 (died 1915)January 19 – William Williams Keen, brain surgeon (died 1932)February 5 – Dwight L. Moody, evangelist (died 1899)March 1 – William Dean Howells, writer, historian, editor and politician (died 1920)September 28 – David Barton, U.S. Senator from Missouri from 1821 to 1831 (born 1783)October 1 – Robert Clark, politician (born 1777)October 9 – Oliver H. Prince, U.S. Senator from Georgia from 1828 to 1829 (born 1787)November 7 – Elijah P. Lovejoy, abolitionist (born 1809)
El Pánico de 1837 es el nombre con el que se conoce a una ola de pánico económico ocurrido en Estados Unidos, y que nació a raíz de una fiebre especulativa. El hecho que desencadenó el caos ocurrió el 10 de mayo de 1837 en Nueva York, cuando todos los bancos dejaron de efectuar sus pagos en especie ( monedas de oro y plata ).
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The Panic of 1837 was a financial crisis in the United States that touched off a major depression, which lasted until the mid-1840s. Profits, prices, and wages went down, westward expansion was stalled, unemployment went up, and pessimism abounded. The panic had both domestic and foreign origins. Speculative lending practices in the West, a sharp d...
Virtually the whole nation felt the effects of the panic. Connecticut, New Jersey, and Delaware reported the greatest stress in their mercantile districts. In 1837, Vermont's business and credit systems took a hard blow. Vermont had a period of alleviation in 1838 but was hit hard again in 1839–1840. New Hampshire did not feel the effects of the pa...
Most economists agree that there was a brief recovery from 1838 to 1839, which ended when the Bank of England and Dutch creditors raised interest rates. The economic historian Peter Temin has argued that when corrected for deflation, the economy grew after 1838. According to the Austrian economist Murray Rothbard, between 1839 and 1843, real consum...
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