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What happened on this day in history? Important events on this day in history, September 22, had a major impact on the history of the world. Pivotal occurrences that happened on September 22 were connected with events relating to the Salem Witch Trials, Coronation of King George III, Hanging of Nathan Hale, First Issue of National Geographic, Opening of the Duke of York's Picture House, Gresford Disaster, Launch of Independent Television, Attempted Assassination of Gerald Ford, Iran-Iraq War and Big Bayou Canot Train Wreck. Many famous people were associated with these crucial events including Sir William Phipps, King George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Nathan Hale, Susan Goldberg, Violet Melnotte-Wyatt, Henry Dennis, Thomas Brownrigg, Sara Jane Moore, Gerald Ford and Oliver Sipple, Saddam Hussein and Willie Odom.

Salem Witch Trials - September 22, 1692: On this day in history, September 22, 1692, momentous events took place today in Massachusetts, USA, with regard to the Salem Witch Trials. The Salem witch trials took place in Massachusetts during the governorship of Sir William Phipps. On September 20, 1692, the final eight hangings took place. The famous people associated with this historical event on this day in history: September 22, 1692 were Sir William Phipps. Facts on this day in History September 22: Events on this day in history: Salem Witch Trials *** Date: September 22, 1692 *** Place: Massachusetts, USA *** Category: Religion *** Historical Period: 17th Century *** This day in history ***

Coronation of King George III - September 22, 1761: On this day in history, September 22, 1761, crucial events took place today in Westminster Abbey, London, United Kingdom, relating to the Coronation of King George III. Two weeks after their wedding, King George III and Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz were crowned in Westminster Abbey. The famous people associated with this historical event on this day in history: September 22, 1761 were King George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Facts on this day in History September 22: Events on this day in history: Coronation of King George III *** Date: September 22, 1761 *** Place: Westminster Abbey, London, United Kingdom *** Category: Politics *** Historical Period: 18th Century *** This day in history ***

Hanging of Nathan Hale - September 22, 1776: On this day in history, September 22, 1776, critical events took place today in New York City, USA, regarding the Hanging of Nathan Hale. Nathan Hales was spying for the Continental Army, during the American Revolutionary War, when he was caught in New York City by the British. He was hanged on September 22, 1776. The famous people associated with this historical event on this day in history: September 22, 1776 were Nathan Hale. Facts on this day in History September 22: Events on this day in history: Hanging of Nathan Hale *** Date: September 22, 1776 *** Place: New York City, USA *** Category: War *** Historical Period: 18th Century *** This day in history ***

First Issue of National Geographic - September 22, 1888: On this day in history, September 22, 1888, significant events took place today in Washington DC, USA, respecting the First Issue of National Geographic. The first edition of the National Geographic magazine was issued on September 22, 1888. It is the National Geographic Society's official magazine and is currently edited by Susan Goldberg. The famous people associated with this historical event on this day in history: September 22, 1888 were Susan Goldberg. Facts on this day in History September 22: Events on this day in history: First Issue of National Geographic *** Date: September 22, 1888 *** Place: Washington DC, USA *** Category: Geography *** Historical Period: 19th Century *** This day in history ***

Opening of the Duke of York's Picture House - September 22, 1910: On this day in history, September 22, 1910, important events took place today in Brighton, England, United Kingdom, in respect of the Opening of the Duke of York's Picture House. Built by Actress-Manager Violet Melnotte-Wyatt, the Duke of York's Picture House cost 3,000. Being one of the first picture houses in the world, it is said to be the oldest cinema in Britain. The famous people associated with this historical event on this day in history: September 22, 1910 were Violet Melnotte-Wyatt. Facts on this day in History September 22: Events on this day in history: Opening of the Duke of York's Picture House *** Date: September 22, 1910 *** Place: Brighton, England, United Kingdom *** Category: Entertainment *** Historical Period: 20th Century *** This day in history ***

Gresford Disaster - September 22, 1934: On this day in history, September 22, 1934, important events took place today in Gresford, Wales, United Kingdom, in respect of the Gresford Disaster. The Gresford Colliery in Wales was started by Henry Dennis and his son in 1907. On September 22, 1934, there were an increased number of miners working when an underground explosion occurred. 266 men were killed and only six survived. The famous people associated with this historical event on this day in history: September 22, 1934 were Henry Dennis. Facts on this day in History September 22: Events on this day in history: Gresford Disaster *** Date: September 22, 1934 *** Place: Gresford, Wales, United Kingdom *** Category: Disaster *** Historical Period: 20th Century *** This day in history ***

Launch of Independent Television - September 22, 1955: On this day in history, September 22, 1955, important events took place today in London, England, United Kingdom, in respect of the Launch of Independent Television. The first of 6 independent television networks to launch was Associated-Rediffusion, managed by Captain Thomas Brownrigg RN (Retired), which covered London and the surrounding areas. The famous people associated with this historical event on this day in history: September 22, 1955 were Thomas Brownrigg. Facts on this day in History September 22: Events on this day in history: Launch of Independent Television *** Date: September 22, 1955 *** Place: London, England, United Kingdom *** Category: Entertainment *** Historical Period: 20th Century *** This day in history ***

Attempted Assassination of Gerald Ford - September 22, 1975: On this day in history, September 22, 1975, important events took place today in San Francisco, California, USA, in respect of the Attempted Assassination of Gerald Ford. Sara Jane Moore attempted to shoot President Gerald Ford in San Francisco. The attempt failed when Moore was tackled by a former Marine, Oliver Sipple. It was the second attempt on his life that month as Lynette 'Squeaky' Frome had tried on the 5th. The famous people associated with this historical event on this day in history: September 22, 1975 were Sara Jane Moore, Gerald Ford and Oliver Sipple. Facts on this day in History September 22: Events on this day in history: Attempted Assassination of Gerald Ford *** Date: September 22, 1975 *** Place: San Francisco, California, USA *** Category: Politics *** Historical Period: 20th Century *** This day in history ***

Iran-Iraq War - September 22, 1980: On this day in history, September 22, 1980, significant events took place today in Iran, Middle East, respecting the Iran-Iraq War. The Iran -Iraq war started when Iraq, Commanded by their President Saddam Hussein, invaded Iran. The conflict ended in stalemate almost 8 years later. The famous people associated with this historical event on this day in history: September 22, 1980 were Saddam Hussein. Facts on this day in History September 22: Events on this day in history: Iran-Iraq War *** Date: September 22, 1980 *** Place: Iran, Middle East *** Category: War *** Historical Period: 20th Century *** This day in history ***

Big Bayou Canot Train Wreck - September 22, 1993: On this day in history, September 22, 1993, significant events took place today in Mobile, Alabama, USA, respecting the Big Bayou Canot Train Wreck. When the Amtrak train 'Sunset Limited' went onto the Big Bayou Canot Bridge, it derailed causing the death of 47 people and the injury of 103 more. The rails had become deformed after a barge, piloted by Willie Odom, hit the bridge in the mist. The inexperienced and poorly trained pilot was blamed for the accident. The famous people associated with this historical event on this day in history: September 22, 1993 were Willie Odom. Facts on this day in History September 22: Events on this day in history: Big Bayou Canot Train Wreck *** Date: September 22, 1993 *** Place: Mobile, Alabama, USA *** Category: Disaster *** Historical Period: 20th Century *** This day in history ***

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