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  1. 3 de noviembre: en elecciones presidenciales de Estados Unidos de 1868, el presidente republicano Andrew Johnson decide no optar a la reelección y presenta como candidato a Ulysses S. Grant, ganador de los comicios por una cómoda mayoría de 204 votos electorales frente a los 90 de los demócratas dirigidos por Horatio Seymour. Diciembre

  2. La Revolución de 1868, llamada la Gloriosa o Revolución de Septiembre o la Septembrina, fue una sublevación militar con elementos civiles que tuvo lugar en España en septiembre de 1868, la cual supuso el destronamiento y exilio de la reina Isabel II y el inicio del período denominado Sexenio Democrático. Como señaló la historiadora María Victoria López-Cordón, «la Revolución de Septiembre fue una brusca sacudida en la historia del siglo XIX español, cuyos efectos se ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 18681868 - Wikipedia

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    January–March

    1. January 2 – British Expedition to Abyssinia: Robert Napierleads an expedition to free captive British officials and missionaries. 2. January 3 – The 15-year-old Mutsuhito, Emperor Meiji of Japan, declares the Meiji Restoration, his own restoration to full power, under the influence of supporters from the Chōshū and Satsuma Domains, and against the supporters of the Tokugawa shogunate, triggering the Boshin War. 3. January 5 – Paraguayan War: Brazilian Army commander Luís Alves de Lima e Si...

    April–June

    1. April 1 – The Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute is established in Hampton, Virginia. 2. April 7 – The Charter Oath, drawn up by his councilors, is promulgated at the enthronement of the Emperor Meiji of Japan, promising deliberative assemblies and an end to feudalism. 3. April 9 – Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia massacres at least 197 of his own people at Magdala. These are prisoners incarcerated, for the most part, for very trivial offenses, and are killed for requesting bread and...

    July–September

    1. July 1 – The cable-operated West Side and Yonkers Patent Railway in Manhattan becomes the first elevated railwayin the United States. 2. July 4 – Battle of Ueno: Imperial Japanese troops defeat the Shōgitai (elite forces remaining loyal to the shōgun). 3. July 5 – Preacher William Booth establishes the Christian Mission, predecessor of The Salvation Army, in the East End of London. 4. July 9 – The Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitutionis ratified. 5. July 18 – The Navajopeo...

    January–March

    1. January 1 – Snitz Edwards, Hungarian-born actor (d. 1937) 2. January 6 – Vittorio Monti, Italian composer (d. 1922) 3. January 9 – S. P. L. Sørensen, Danish chemist (d. 1939) 4. January 11 – Cai Yuanpei, Chinese educator (d. 1940) 5. January 15 – Otto von Lossow, Bavarian and German general (d. 1938) 6. January 18 – Kantarō Suzuki, 29th Prime Minister of Japan (d. 1948) 7. January 21 – Felix Hoffmann, German chemist (d. 1946) 8. January 31 – Theodore William Richards, American chemist, Nob...

    April–June

    1. April 1 – Edmond Rostand, French poet and playwright (d. 1918) 2. April 10 – George Arliss, English actor (d. 1946) 3. April 12 – Akiyama Saneyuki, Japanese admiral (d. 1918) 4. April 17 – Zdeňka Wiedermannová-Motyčková, Moravian pioneer of female education (d. 1915) 5. April 25 5.1. John Moisant, American aviator (d. 1910) 5.2. Willie Maley, Scottish football player and manager (d. 1958) 6. May 6 6.1. Gaston Leroux, French writer (d. 1927) 6.2. Nicholas II of Russia (d. 1918) 7. May 12 –...

    July–September

    1. July 2 – Traian Moșoiu, Romanian general and politician (d. 1932) 2. July 4 – Henrietta Swan Leavitt, American astronomer (d. 1921) 3. July 12 – Stefan George, German poet (d. 1933) 4. July 14 – Gertrude Bell, English archaeologist, writer, spy and administrator (d. 1926) 5. July 15 – Nobuyoshi Mutō, Japanese field marshal and ambassador (d. 1933) 6. July 17 – Mikhail Bakhirev, Russian admiral (d. 1920) 7. July 19 – Florence Foster Jenkins, American socialite and amateur operatic soprano (...

    January–June

    1. January 20 – Damien Marchesseault, 7th Mayor of Los Angeles (suicide) (b. 1818) 2. January 23 – János Erdélyi, Hungarian poet and ethnographer (b. 1814) 3. January 28 – Adalbert Stifter, Austrian writer (b. 1805) 4. February 8 – Lai Wenguang, Chinese leader of the Taiping Rebellion and Nien Rebellion (b. 1827) 5. February 10 – Sir David Brewster, Scottish physicist (b. 1781) 6. February 11 – Léon Foucault, French physicist (b. 1819) 7. February 19 – Venancio Flores, Uruguayan general and p...

    July–December

    1. July 6 – Harada Sanosuke, Shinsengumi Captain (b. 1840) 2. July 19 – Okita Sōji, Shinsengumi Captain (b. 1842 or 1844) 3. July 21 – William Bland, Australian politician (b. 1789) 4. July 26 – Robert Rolfe, 1st Baron Cranworth, English Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain (b. 1791) 5. July 29 – John Elliotson, English physician (b. 1791) 6. August 3 – Edward Welch, Welsh architect (b. 1806) 7. August 10 – Adah Isaacs Menken, American actress (b. 1835) 8. August 11 – Thaddeus Stevens, Ameri...

    American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important Events of the Year 1868. Vol. 8. New York: D. Appleton and Company. 1871. hdl:2027/coo.31924106392040. + via Google Books

  4. Acontecimientos relacionados con México en 1868 . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Nacimientos 3 Referencias 3.1 Bibliografía Acontecimientos [ editar] 22 de enero: En la Fortaleza de San Carlos en Perote, Veracruz un contingente armado se rebela al presidente Juárez encabezados por Felipe Mendoza.

  5. sco.wikipedia.org › wiki › 18681868 - Wikipedia

    1868 in various calendars; Gregorian calendar: 1868 MDCCCLXVIII: Ab urbe condita: 2621: Armenie calendar: 1317 ԹՎ ՌՅԺԷ: Assirian calendar: 6618: Bahá'í calendar: 24–25: Balinese saka calendar: 1789–1790: Bengali calendar: 1275: Berber calendar: 2818: Breetish Regnal year: 31 Vict. 1 – 32 Vict. 1: Buddhist calendar: 2412: Burmese calendar: 1230: Byzantine calendar: 7376–7377

  6. Maryland School for the Deaf is established. The Roman Catholic See of Tucson is established as the Apostolic Vicariate of Arizona in 1868, taking its territory from the former Diocese of Santa Fe. The Diocese of Tucson is canonically erected on May 8, 1897.

  7. 1868 in music Contents 1 Events 2 Published popular music 3 Classical music 4 Opera 5 Musical theatre 6 Births 7 Deaths 8 References Events [ edit] January 5 – Max Bruch 's Violin Concerto no. 1 in G minor is first performed in its revised version by Joseph Joachim in Bremen with Karl Martin Rheinthaler conducting.