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1906 was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Sunday of the Julian calendar, the 1906th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 906th year of the 2nd millennium, the 6th year of the 20th century, and the 7th year of the 1900s decade.
1. Presidente: Porfirio Díaz.16 de enero: Se constituye la sociedad secreta denominada Unión Liberal Humanidad en Cananea, Sonora; la cual se integra por liberales magonistas y obreros. Manuel M. Diéguez es nombrado presidente...5 de febrero: El presidente Díaz desembarca en Puerto Progreso, Yucatán junto con su esposa, el vicepresidente Ramón Corral, los embajadores de Alemania e Italia y otros funcionarios. Esta es la pr...8 de marzo: Llega a México el nuevo embajador de los Estados Unidos David E. Thompson, el cual es recibido por el presidente Díaz.28 de mayo: Es capturado el conocido bandido Jesús Negrete, "El tigre de Santa Julia" y es llevado a la cárcel de Belén.
29 de abril: Pedro Vargas. Tenor y actor de la época de oro del cine mexicano. Originario de San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato. Falleció en 1989.
1. Serrano Álvarez, Pablo (2011). Cronología de la Revolución (1906-1917) (1.ª edición). Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de las Revoluciones de México. ISBN 978-607-7916-11-6. Consultado el 18 de agosto de 2021. 2. Serrano Álvarez, Pablo (2012). Porfirio Díaz y el Porfiriato. Cronología (1830-1915) (1a. edición). Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de las Revoluciones de México. ISBN 978-607-7916-66-6. Consultado el 18 de agosto de 2021.
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- Potential film adaptation
1906 First edition cover AuthorJames Dalessandro CountryUnited States LanguageEnglish SubjectSan Francisco earthquake GenreHistorical fiction PublisherChronicle Books Publication date 2004 Media typePrint Audiobook E-book Pages368 ISBN0811843130 OCLC53231790 Dewey Decimal 820 LC ClassPS 1906 is a 2004 American historical novel written by James Dalessandro. With a 38-page outline and six finished chapters, he pitched it around Hollywood in 1998 for a film by the same name, based upon events surro
James Dalessandro grants his book was partially inspired by a 1989 non-fiction work by Gladys Hansen, curator of the Museum of the City of San Francisco. When looking for research materials in 1996, he found Denial of Disaster: The Untold Story and Photographs of the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906 in a bookstore. He also explained use of meticulous personal research. Book scenes with people lying in shock in Golden Gate Park after the quake while surrounded by their possessions was in
Set during the time of the great San Francisco earthquake and fire, this novel is a story of corruption, romance, revenge, rescue, and murder, based on recently uncovered facts that stand to change the understanding of what actually occurred in the weeks and days before and after the earthquake of April 18, 1906. In a narrative told by reporter Annalisa Passarelli, the novel describes Gilded Age-era San Francisco from the opulent mansions on Nob Hill to the gambling, prostitution and crime-ridde
Publishers Weekly wrote that the book was an "imaginative and dense interplay" of both fact and fiction surrounding the events of the great quake. While observing that the through plot and numerous sub-plots, the storyline generally worked. It was offered that the author used "too many B-movie theatrics" and the love story portion of the book suffered. Those weaknesses aside, the reviewer wrote "there's plenty of suspense to keep readers turning pages to the bittersweet conclusion." San Francisc
The original idea for a screenplay came to Dalessandro when researching 1906 as a prequel to his 1993 historical mystery novel Bohemian Heart. He had finished a 38-page outline and six chapters of the novel when his manager suggested the success of Titanic would make the project
The estimated budget of the film adaptation was $200 million. Due to the massive size and scale of the project, the film was being financially backed by Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar and Warner Bros. Pictures. The project would have been the first time Pixar had been involved in a
In June 2018, Bird mentioned the possibility of adapting the book as a TV series, and the earthquake sequence as a live-action feature film.
April 18: 1906 San Francisco earthquake. April 5 – The Maryland General Assembly authorises the erection of the Union Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Baltimore. April 14 – The first service is held at African Methodist Episcopal Church in Los Angeles by W. J. Seymour, in a series later known as the Azusa Street Revival, an event which ...
Monarch – Edward VIIPrime Minister – Henry Campbell-Bannerman (Liberal)8 February – the Liberal Party led by Henry Campbell-Bannerman win the general electionwith a large majority.10 February – HMS Dreadnought, the first all-big-gun battleship, is launched at Portsmouthand sparks the naval race between Britain and Germany.15 February – representatives of the Labour Representation Committee in Parliament take the name Parliamentary Labour Party.10 March – Bakerloo line of the London Undergroundopened.The English Hymnal edited by Percy Dearmer and Ralph Vaughan Williams.Henry Watson Fowler and Frank Fowler's book The King's English.12 January – Eric Birley, historian and archaeologist (died 1995)16 January – Diana Wynyard, actress (died 1964)22 January – Joe Gladwin, actor (died 1987)23 January – Lady May Abel Smith, royalty, great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria(died 1994)5 January – Sir William Gatacre, general (born 1843)22 January – George Holyoake, secularist and proponent of the cooperativemovement (born 1817)1 February – J. P. Seddon, architect and designer (born 1827)2 March – Ellen Mary Clerke, writer (born 1840)