The year 1884 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1884 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 first cricket Test match was played at the Lord's ground in England.
|Ichle Rights Party' formed in San Francisco.
|Today, it was decided that Greenwich Mean Time would be the world's standard time. Greenwich is part of South East London.
|Lala Hardayal, the founder of 'Gadar Party' in America, was born in Delhi.
|The conference began in Berlin, the capital of Germany, to distribute colonies to European countries in the continent of Africa.
|John B. of St. Louis Mayenberg patented 'Evaporated Milk' Evaporated Milk).
|Percy Everitt patented the weighing machine by inserting the coin.
|Keshav Chandra Sen, the nationalist leader of Bengal and the speaker of Brahmas Samaj, died in Calcutta (now Kolkata).
|The first volume of the Oxford Dictionary was published.
|The Fabian Society was established in London.
|Derby County Football Club was established in England.
|The first female American state college was established in Mississippi.
|Thomas Stevens embarked on the first bike trip around the world.
|Alaska was merged into an American territory.
|The Norwegian Association for the Rights of Women was established.
|The first Test cricket match was played at Lord's ground.
|The foundation stone for the Statue of Liberty was laid on the island of Bedelay in New York Harbor.
|The UK ended the ICT policy of punitive transport to New South Wales in Australia.
|The United States Naval War College was established in Newport Rhode Island.
|Timisoara became the first city in Europe with streets illuminated by electric lights.
|Huckleberry Finn's Mark Twain Adventures was first published in London.
|The Fabian Society, an intellectual movement whose purpose isto advance the socialist caused by gradualist and reformist methods rather than revolutionary means, was founded in London.
|Welsh physician William Price was arrested for attempting to cremate his deceased infant son; he was acquitted in the subsequent trial, which led to the legalisation of cremation in the United Kingdom.
|The first fascicle of the Oxford English Dictionary, a 352-page volume that covered words from A to Ant, was published.
|More than sixty tornadoes struck across the Southern United States, believed to be among the largest and most widespread tornado outbreaks in American history.
|Mahdist War-Forces loyal to self-proclaimed Mahdi MuhammadAhmad began a 319-day siege of a combined Anglo-Egyptian force defendingKhartoum, Sudan.
|Pope Leo XIII published a publisher and publishes publisher, refuting many beliefs and practices associated with it as popular sovereignty and church and state separation.
|The Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London was adopted as an assistant to the mid -day period of longitude.
|The first published by American writer Mark Twainwas in the Adventures of Berry Finn in the United Kingdom and Canada.