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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), New York, (search)
Lexow committee submits its report to the Senate......Jan. 18, 1895 Harlem ship-canal, New York City, opened with appropriate ceremonies......June 17, 1895 The Defender-Valkyrie yacht races for the America's cup off Sandy Hook......Sept. 7-13, 1895 Lincoln's birthday first observed as a legal holiday in New York......Feb. 12, 1896 Earl Dunraven expelled from the New York Yacht Club......Feb. 27, 1896 Governor Morton signs Raines liquor law......March 23, 1896 Statue of Gen. U. S. Grant unveiled in front of the Union League Club, Brooklyn......April 25, 1896 Governor Morton signs Greater New York bill......May 11, 1896 Chauncey M. Depew, at the New York electrical exposition, transmits a message around the world in four minutes, employing power from Niagara Falls......May 16, 1896 New York banks agree to furnish $20,000,000 to protect the treasury gold reserve......July 21, 1896 New York banks deposit $9,600,000 in the sub-treasury......July 23, 1896 A
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Rhode Island, (search)
ties, 8,724; Henry Lippitt, Republican, 8,368; Charles B. Cutler, Democrat, 5,166. There being no choice, the legislature elects Lippitt by 70, to 36 for Hazard......May 25, 1875 Constabulary act repealed, and an act to regulate and restrain the sale of intoxicating liquors passed in its place......1875 Corliss engine of 1,400 horse-power, and weighing 700 tons, by George H. Corliss, of Providence, is set in motion at the opening of the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia by President U. S. Grant and Dom Pedro II., Emperor of Brazil......May 10, 1876 There being no choice for governor at the April election, Henry Lippitt, Republican, is chosen by the legislature......May 30, 1876 First board of harbor commissioners appointed by the governor......June 14, 1876 State board of health established......1878 Legislature elects Alfred H. Littlefield, Republican, governor, there being no choice at the election in April......May 25, 1880 Act passed abolishing the tribal a
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