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  1. 1901 ( MCMI) fue un año común comenzado en martes según el calendario gregoriano. También fue el primer año del siglo XX . 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 2 Arte y literatura 3 Ciencia y tecnología 4 Deportes

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 19011901 - Wikipedia

    1901 ( MCMI) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1901st year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 901st year of the 2nd millennium, the 1st year of the 20th century, and the 2nd year of the 1900s decade.

  3. «1901» es una canción de la banda francesa de rock alternativo Phoenix incluida en su cuarto álbum de estudio, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix. Fue lanzado el 23 de febrero de 2009 como primer sencillo del álbum, originalmente como descarga gratuita desde el sitio web oficial de la banda, pero fue publicado como promocional debido a la popularidad de la canción. La canción obtuvo la primera ubicación del Alternative Songs y llegó al número 84 del Billboard Hot 100 de los Estados Unidos ...

    • 23 de febrero de 2009
    • Synth-rock
  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1901_(song)1901 (song) - Wikipedia

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    "1901" is a song by French indie pop band Phoenix. It was released on 23 February 2009 as the lead single from their fourth studio album, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix. It peaked at number 73 in Canada and number 84 in the United States, making "1901" the band's first song to chart there. It also reached number one on the US Alternative Songs chart. The...

    It was released in February 2009 as the album's lead single, originally as a free download from the band's official website, but was issued as a retail single due to the song's popularity. A black-and-white music video for the song was released in May. In July, the song entered the U.S. Billboard Alternative Songs chart, where it later reached numb...

    The song has received very positive reviews from music critics; Pitchfork's Jason Crock chose the song as a "Best New Track" and added that it's "just as smooth and spirited and dementedly catchy as any of their best singles." The Village Voice's Pazz & Jop critics' poll ranked "1901" at number two to find the best music of 2009, after Jay-Z's "Emp...

    The song is featured in episodes of Friday Night Dinner, Gossip Girl, Melrose Place, The Vampire Diaries and Hellcats, the trailer for the film New York, I Love You, television advertisements for PlayStation and the 2010 Cadillac SRX, and appears on the soundtrack to the NHL 2K10 video game. An edited version is also used as the theme tune for BBC ...

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    Federal Government

    1. President: William McKinley (R-Ohio) (until September 14), Theodore Roosevelt (R-New York) (starting September 14) 2. Vice President: 2.1. until March 4: vacant 2.2. March 4–September 14: Theodore Roosevelt (R-New York) 2.3. starting September 14: vacant 3. Chief Justice: Melville Fuller (Illinois) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: David B. Henderson (R-Iowa) 5. Congress: 56th (until March 4), 57th(starting March 4)

    January–March

    1. January 1 – Pentecostalism is born, at a prayer meeting at Bethel Bible College in Topeka, Kansas. 2. January 3 – Census Commissioner predicts a US population of at least 300 million by 2001 3. January 5 – Typhoid fever breaks out in a Seattlejail, the first of two typhoid outbreaks in the United States during the year. 4. January 7 – Alferd Packer is released from prison in the United States after serving 18 years for cannibalism. 5. January 10 – In the first great Texas gusher, oil is di...

    April–June

    1. April 25 – New York State becomes the first to require automobile license plates. 2. May – Monte Ne health resort opens in the Ozarks. 3. May 3 – The Great Fire of 1901 in Jacksonville, Florida, begins. 4. May 17 – The U.S. stock marketcrashes for the first time. 5. May 27 – The Edison Storage Battery Company is founded in New Jersey. 6. May 28 – Cherry v. Des Moines Leader is decided in the Iowa Supreme Court, upholding the right to publish critical reviews. 7. June 12 – Cuba becomes a U....

    July–September

    1. June 22 to July 31 – The worst heat wave in U.S. history until the 1930s, affecting most areas east of the 100th meridian, is estimated to have killed over 9,500 people. 2. July 1 – The Bureau of Chemistry is established, within the United States Department of Agriculture. 3. July 24 – O. Henry is released from prison in Columbus, Ohio after serving 3 years for embezzlement from the First National Bank in Austin, Texas. 4. August 10 – U.S. Steel recognition strike of 1901: Members of the A...

    January 2 – Bob Marshall, wilderness activist, founder of The Wilderness Society (died 1939)
    January 3 – Henrietta Bingham, journalist, newspaper executive, horse-breeder and anglophile (died 1968)
    January 4 – Raoul Berger, Ukrainian-born attorney and law professor (died 2000)
    January 9 – Chic Young, cartoonist (died 1973)
    January 6 – James W. Bradbury, United States Senator from Maine from 1847 till 1853. (born 1802)
    January 16
    January 21 – Elisha Gray, inventor and co-founder of Western Electric Manufacturing Company (born 1835)
    January 29 – Alexander H. Jones, Congressional Representative from North Carolina. (born 1822)

    "Domestic Chronology", Statistician and Economist, San Francisco: Louis P. McCarty, 1905, pp. 227–347, hdl:2027/uc1.b3142275 – via HathiTrust. (Covers events May 1898-June 1905)

  5. Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre México en 1901 Esta página ...