The year 1841 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1841 such as: born famous people, death of famous people, war treaty, independence of a country, invention of new technology, change of power, important national and international day etc., knowing which your general Knowledge will increase.
|The famous American scientist Samuel Slocum patented the 'Stapler'.
|British climber George Everest discovered the world's highest peak. This peak was also named Everest after this.
|In the First Opium War, China handed over Hong Kong to Britain.
|The first steam fire engine was successfully tested in New York.
|The Bombay Gadget newspaper was first published on silk cloth.
|Erebus, an active volcano in Antarctica, was discovered and established under the name James Clark Ross.
|The British North America Act, 1840), the Union Act, was announced in Canada.
|William Henry Harrison was sworn in as the ninth President of the United States.
|President John Tyler was sworn in.
|Revolt in Guria in 1841: The Georgia province of Guria started a revolt against the Russian Empire.
|Fordham University was founded by The Bronx by the Society of Jesus, hence the name St. John's College.
|Thomas Cook arranged his first railway excursion in England.
|The us Chairman John Tyler opposed a bill that went to the re-establishment of the Second Bank of the United States, rioting members of the outraged White House outside the White House in the most violent demonstration on the White House grounds in American history.
|Queen's University, established by Thomas Liddell in the Rev. City of Kingston, Ontario, acting as the Royal Charter of Queen Victoria, became the first principal of the school.
|The city of Texas was founded by John Nellie Bryan.
|First Anglo-Afghan War: In a meeting with Afghan General Akbar Khan, British diplomat Sir William Hay McNaughton was shot dead.
|Commodore Sir James Bremer raised the Union Jack at Possession Point and formally claimed Hong Kong as a colony for the British Empire.
|William Henry became the first US President to die at the Harrison Office, 32 days in his tenure, a brief constitutional crisis about the President's succession questions which were unanswered by the US Constitution.
|Gisle, a ballet of French musician Adolf Adam, was ranked first in Paris Theater Day L 'Akademi Royale de Musk.
|Since 1831, Brazil's last emperor Pedro II ruled, acclaimed, crown and consecrated.
|The Church of Scotland established the Queen's College in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
|Scottish surgeon James Brad observed a performance of veterinaryism, which inspired him to study the subject, which he eventually called.