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The events of the past that have defined our history are at your fingertips! The year 1820 is full of these events, such as the end of the British Regency, the admittance of Missouri as an official state of the United States, the admission of Maine as the 23rd U.S. state, the beginning of the "Radical War" in Scotland, the opening of the Union Chain Bridge as the longest vehicular bridge to date, and so much more! Each title is available individually, and all are searchable via an interface that allows users to easily view, search, zoom, print and save digital page images.
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The Spanish Parliament is summoned upon a constitutionalist military insurrection taking place in Cádiz during the Trienio Liberal in Spain.
The founding of Indiana University Bloomington as the Indiana State Seminary takes place.
The period of the British Regency ends upon the ascension of George IV to the throne of the United Kingdom.
Valdivia is occupied by Lord Cochrane in the name of the Republic of Chile. Read More
The Cato Street Conspiracy, in which a murder plot was to be made against the Cabinet of the United Kingdom, is exposed.
Missouri is admitted as an official states of the United States upon the Missouri Compromise becoming law.
The beginning of the Trienio Liberal in Spain takes place upon the acceptance of the new constitution by King Ferdinand VII.
The admission of Maine as the 23rd U.S. state takes place. Read More
The relationship between electricity and magnetism is discovered by Hans Christian Ørsted.
The "Radical War" begins in Scotland upon the signing of a proclamation forming a Provisional Government.
The Cato Street conspirators are the last to be hung, drawn, and quartered in Britain for treason.
Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies is forced to sign a constitution modeled on the Spanish Constitution of 1812 upon a revolt led by Guglielmo Pepe.
The Bray Male School in Ireland opens, later becoming Saint Cronan's Boys' National School.
The Union Chain Bridge designed by Captain Samuel Brown opens across the River Tweed between England and Scotland as the longest vehicular bridge to date.
The break out of a constitutionalist insurrection takes place in Oporto, Portugal. Read More
A revolution against John VI of Portugal breaks out in Lisbon. Read More
A convention between the leaders of Russia, Austria and Prussia takes place as the Congress of Troppau.
The re-election of James Monroe as President of the United States takes place. Read More
The incorporation of Tuscumbia, Alabama, takes place. Read More
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