1843 ( MDCCCXLIII) 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 Fechas desconocidas 2 Cultura y sociedad 3 Arte y literatura 3.1 Literatura 3.2 Música
1843 ( MDCCCXLIII) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar, the 1843rd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 843rd year of the 2nd millennium, the 43rd year of the 19th century, and the 4th year of the 1840s decade.
1843 (formerly Intelligent Life) is a digital magazine published by The Economist which features longform narrative journalism as well as shorter reads and columns. Named after the year The Economist was founded, 1843 offers a complementary perspective to its sister publication, focusing more on narrative, rather than analysis.
9 de marzo: El asunto del Amistad ( motín de esclavos en 1839) encuentra su fin en la Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos, que declara que los africanos habían sido tomados en esclavitud ilegalmente, por lo que los libera. El asunto envenenó aún más las relaciones entre el Sur y el Norte de Estados Unidos. 20
1. President: John Tyler (I-Virginia) 2. Vice President: vacant 3. Chief Justice: Roger B. Taney (Maryland) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: John White (W-Kentucky) (until March 4), John Winston Jones (D-Virginia) (starting December 4) 5. Congress: 27th (until March 4), 28th(starting March 4)
1. January – Edgar Allan Poe's short story "The Tell-Tale Heart" is first published. 2. February 6 – The Virginia Minstrels perform the first minstrel show (Bowery Amphitheatre, New York City). 3. March 21 – The world does not end, contrary to the first prediction by American preacher William Miller.
1. April 30–May 16 – Naval Battle of Campeche: Naval Battle between the Mexican Navy versus the Texas Navy and the Yucatán Navy. The battle features the most advanced warships of its day. 2. May 7 – Nakahama Manjirō lands in New Bedford, Massachusetts, the first known Japanese in the United States. 3. May 22 – The first major wagon train for the American Northwest sets out with one thousand pioneers from Elm Grove, Missouri on the Oregon Trail. 4. June 1–December – Fruitlands (transcendental...
1. July 1 – Ulysses S. Grant graduates from West Point21st from a class of 39. 2. July 12 – Origin of Latter Day Saint polygamy: Joseph Smith, founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, receives a revelation recommending polygamy. 3. August 19 – Edgar Allan Poe's short story "The Black Cat" is first published, in The Saturday Evening Post. 4. August 23 – Mexican President Antonio López de Santa Anna announces that the annexation of Texasby the United States would be considered an act of war by...January 6 – John Coit Spooner, politician (died 1919)January 8January 10 – Frank James, outlaw (died 1915)January 15 – William H. Harries, Representative in the United States House of Representatives from Minnesota (died 1921)January 11 – Francis Scott Key, author of "The Star-Spangled Banner" (born 1779)March 27 – Samuel McRoberts, U.S. Senator from Illinois from 1841 to 1843 (born 1799)March 31 – George A. Waggaman, U.S. Senator from Louisiana from 1831 to 1835 (born 1782)April 1 – John Armstrong Jr., 7th United States Secretary of War (born 1758)