|The Meflwar pilgrims now landed in Plymouth, Massachusetts to establish the pilgrim Plymouth Colony.
|John j. Became America's first foreign minister.
|John Jay was elected the first US Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs).
|American settlers in Mexican Texas first made the first attempt to survive from Mexico, establishing the short -term republic Fredonia.
|Roshadel Pioneers, usually considered the first successful-co-operative venture, opened its store in Ruchdel, England and distorted the base for the modern cooperative movement.
|Amir Abdelkader surrendered and was imprisoned by the French.
|1 US Skating Club was formed in Philadelphia).
|The controversial drama by Henrik Ibsen, a doll house, was met by the 19th -century marriage criteria, which was premiered in Denmark's Royal Theater Copenhagen.
|Mackenzie Bowell became the fifth Prime Minister of Canada.
|French scientists Pierre and Marie Curie discovered radium.
|Chilean soldiers set fire to mining staff at the Santa Maria School.
|In the second worst mining accident in England, an undergraduate in Halton Bank Colliery No. 3 Pit killed 344 people.
|Arthur Wayne's Word Cross, the world's first cross word puzzle, was published in the New York World.
|After being admitted to jail to keep people in jail for two years, military anarchist Emma Goldman was sent from the United States to Russia.
|A treaty was signed by Nepal and the United Kingdom, which already determines the international status of Nepal as an independent and sovereign nation.
|James Skillin resigned as Australian Prime Minister.
|The first cartoon film with colorful illustrations and voices - Disney's Snow White was screened.
|The Portuguese rulers declared Indonesia as a sovereign nation.
|Britain agreed to buy Polaris missiles from the US.
|Inter-sectarian fighting ensued between Greek and Turkish Cyprus.
|The United Nations adopted the International Conference on the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination, which have 87 members since they were signed.
|From Kennedy Space Center, Apollo 8 was launched to orbit the moon.
|Kurt Waldheim became the fourth Secretary-General of the United Nations Security Council.
|INS Satavahana, the country's first vessel to offer submarine training, was inducted into the ship fleet at Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh.
|Buffalo Sabers scored 5 goals in 4–2 score of Washington Caps 14-2 NHL records 40 points.
|A total of 270 people were killed when Paan MPLight 103 was bombing a bomb blast, while the aircraft was flying in Laukery, Scotland.
|A Pan Am's jumbo jet crashed in the town of Lockerbie near the Scottish border with 258 passengers.
|The popochapetal volcano of Mexico is the passive, beginning, and now the most active volcano in the country.
|Iraqi rebels attacked an American military base in the city of Mosul, killing 22 people.
|Ragby Union player Mike Tyndal's queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Zara Philips has been announced by the Commonwealth of independent states.
|Health officials started killing 17,000 chickens after the body infected with H5N1 was found in a poultry market in Hong Kong.
|Noted nuclear physicist P.K. Iyengar died.
|Voters in Alexandria, Egypt collide during the evening of the second polling current on a highly constitutional referendum.
|Scientists studying the meteorite of the Sutter mill found that near the California Gold Rush site of the Sutter, it determines that it has the oldest material of the solar system.
|Gangnam Style' became the first video to be viewed one billion times on YouTube.
|A series of spacewalks are made by two NASA astronauts in an attempt to fix the faulty coolant pump at the international space station.
|Author J.K. Rowling announced that she was producing a play based on her character Harry Potter's life; This drama tells the untold story of the earlier life before the boy goes to the magician Hogwarts; The play will be premiered within the next two years in West End, London.
|The Hobbit 'Series's last film' The Arm of the Five Armys' grossed over $ 90 million in the first five days of its release, more than an expectations of $ 75 million at the box office.
|South Korea banns poultry from the US due to concerns of potential bird flu; South Korea is working to prevent the spread of virus among its own avian population.