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  1. 1851 fue un año común ... Wikipedia® es una marca registrada de la Fundación Wikimedia, Inc., una organización sin ánimo de lucro. Política de ...

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    1851 was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1851st year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 851st year of the 2nd millennium, the 51st year of the 19th century, and the 2nd year of the 1850s decade.

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    Federal Government

    1. President: Millard Fillmore (W-New York) 2. Vice President: vacant 3. Chief Justice: Roger B. Taney (Maryland) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Howell Cobb (D-Georgia) (until March 4), Linn Boyd (D-Kentucky) (starting December 1) 5. Congress: 31st (until March 4), 32nd(starting March 4)

    January–March

    1. January 15 – Christian Female College, later Columbia College, receives its charter from the Missouri General Assembly. 2. January 23 – The flip of a coin determines whether a new city in the Oregon Territory is named after Boston, Massachusetts, or Portland, Maine, with Portlandwinning. 3. January 28 – The Illinois General Assembly grants a charter to create Northwestern University.

    April–June

    1. April 9 – San Luis, the oldest permanent settlement in the state of Colorado, is founded by settlers from Taos, New Mexico. 2. April 28 – Santa Clara College is chartered in Santa Clara, California. 3. May–August – The Great Flood of 1851 causes extensive damage in the Midwest; the town of Des Moinesis virtually destroyed. 4. May 6 – John Gorrie of Apalachicola, Florida is granted Patent No. 8080 for a machine to make ice. 5. May 15 – Alpha Delta Pi sorority, the first secret society for w...

    July–September

    1. July 10 – The University of the Pacific is chartered as California Wesleyan College in Santa Clara, California. 2. August 1 – Virginiacloses its Reform Constitutional Convention deciding that all white men have the right to vote. 3. August 3 – The filibustering Lopez Expedition departs New Orleans for Cuba. 4. August 22 – The yacht America of the New York Yacht Club wins the first America's Cuprace, off the coast of England. 5. September 15 – Saint Joseph's University is founded in Philade...

    January 17 – A. B. Frost, illustrator (died 1928)
    January 19 – David Starr Jordan, ichthyologist, educator, eugenicist and peace activist (died 1924)
    January 24 – Marcus A. Smith, U.S. Senator from Arizona from 1912 to 1921 (died 1924)
    February 2 – Ella Giles Ruddy, author and essayist (died 1917)
    January 17 – Thomas Lincoln, farmer and father of the President of the United States Abraham Lincoln (born 1778)
    January 27 – John James Audubon, naturalist and illustrator (born 1785 in Saint-Domingue)
    January 31 – David Spangler Kaufman, Congressman from Texas (born 1813)
    February 3 – Benjamin Williams Crowninshield, Congressman from Massachusetts, secretary of U.S. Navy (born 1772)
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    Concordato do Estado español coa Santa Sede. Entre outras cousas o Concordato suprime o carácter da colexiata da igrexa Iria Flavia, que fica transformada nunha simple igrexa parroquial.

    15 de febreiro - Antero Rubín, militar e político galego.
    15 de marzo - Carolina Michaëlis de Vasconcelos, lingüista alemá, especializada en filoloxía galaico - portuguesa (m. 1925).
    28 de marzo - Bernardino Machado, dúas veces presidente da República Portuguesa (m. 1944).
    3 de maio - Cayetano Aldrey Salvado, mestre e filólogo galego (m. 1922).
    1 de febreiro - Mary Shelley, escritora inglesa (n. 1797).
    18 de febreiro - Carl Gustav Jacob Jacobi, matemático alemán (n. 1804).
    4 de marzo - Karl Lachmann, filólogo alemán (n. 1793).
    9 de marzo - Hans Christian Ørsted, físico e químico danés (n. 1777).
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    January–March

    1. 13 January — Charles Augustus FitzRoy was commissioned as "Governor-General of all Her Majesty's Australian possessions". This position was a forerunner of the Governor-General of Australia. 2. 6 February – The Black Thursday bushfires rage from Mount Gambier to Melbourne. Fires covered a quarter of what is now the state of Victoria, approximately 50,000 km2. Areas affected include Portland, the Plenty Ranges to the north of Melbourne, Westernport, the Wimmera and Dandenongdistricts. Appro...

    April – June

    1. 7 April — Edward Hargraves proclaims the discovery of gold at Ophir, New South Wales. The gold was actually discovered by William Tom and John Lister. 2. 10 April – The NSW Association for Preventing the Renewal of Transportation sends a petition to Queen Victoria. 3. 28 May – The arrival of two convict ships, the Lady Kenneway with 249 male prisoners and Blackfriarswith 260 female prisoners, further turns Tasmanian sentiment against transportation. 4. 14 June – Gold found on the Turon Riv...

    July – September

    1. 1 July – Victoria becomes a separate colony 2. 2 July – the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce elects their first chairman, William Westgarth, and Deputy Chairman, J.B.Were. 3. 5 July — James Esmond announces the discovery of gold at Clunes, Victoria leading to the start of the Victorian Gold Rush. 4. 7 July – News of the discovery of gold at Clunes, Victoria is published in the Geelong Advertiser. 5. 10 July – A public meeting in Hobart, one of the largest ever held in Tasmania, calls for the...

    27 January – Julian Ashton, artist and teacher (born in the United Kingdom) (d. 1942)
    26 March – Rosa Campbell Praed, novelist (d. 1935)
    10 April – Maggie Moore, actress (born in the United States) (d. 1926)
    8 May – James Cuthbertson, poet and schoolteacher (born in the United Kingdom) (d. 1910)
    25 February – James Ebenezer Bicheno, author and colonial official (born in the United Kingdom) (b. 1785)
    8 June – John Piper, military officer, public servant and landowner (born in the United Kingdom) (b. 1773)
    26 August – Andrew Bent, newspaper proprietor (born in the United Kingdom) (b. 1790)
    Australian Geographic Encyclopedia of Australia1996 Volume 1 page 30
    Encyclopedia of Australian Events, The Macquarie Library Pty Ltd, Bryce Fraser and The Macquarie Library Pty Ltd 1997, MacquarieNet 2002 (online edition) retrieved 14 June 2006
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