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Once upon a time, newspapers were a primary source of information. Now those old newspapers are a irreplaceable source for hundreds of years of history featuring the most notable 1900 historical events, such as the building of the Central American Shipping canal, the Paris World Exhibition, Hawaii joining U.S. Territory, the Pan African Conference, the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, and 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.
There is no better source of the stories of yesterday, as they were actually told, than Newspaper Archives. Discover your ancestry with records from every world history event and find treasures that simply aren't available anywhere else. Newspaper Archives have preserved essential accounts of your family, famous people and events that shaped this nation for hundreds of years. What will you discover?
New York City has the first operational electric bus. Read More
The Secretary of the United States, John Hay, publicizes the Open Door Policy which will encourage trade between America and China.
Alaska is placed under military governance by President William McKinley of the United States.
The British-German treaty of 1899, in which claims to the American Samoa portion of the Samoan Islands is renounced by the United Kingdom, is accepted by the U.S. Senate.
Eight founding teams organize The American League of Professional Baseball Clubs in Philadelphia.
Refusal to join the Australian Federation was announced by Western Australia unless it receives five more years of fiscal freedom.
A treaty for the building of a Central American shipping canal across Central America in Nicaragua is signed by the United Kingdom and the United States.
The Davis Cup tennis tournament is created by Dwight F. Davis.
Ramsay MacDonald is appointed as first secretary of the newly formed British Labor Party.
At Newgate Prison, baby-farmer Ada Williams is hanged for murdering a 21-month old girl.
Part of Buckingham Palace's roof is destroyed from a fire.
The right to take part in university entrance exams is insisted upon by Women in Germany.
The land on Crete on which the ruins of the palace of Knossos stand is purchased by the British archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans who than begins to unearth some of the palace three days later.
Over 1,000 tons of waste from demolished buildings is removed in areas affected by an outbreak of the bubonic plague in Sydney, Australia.
France enforces new limitations on the length of time a legal workday can be for women and children, making it 11 hours.
Queen Victoria forms the Irish Guards. Read More
The Paris Exposition Universelle, or World Exhibition, opens as the world fair. Read More
Hawaii becomes a member as official territory of the United States.
The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act is accepted by the British Parliament. Read More
The Paris Métro's first line is opened.
London holds the First Pan-African Conference. Read More
The recently formed Labor Party gains two seats and Winston Churchill is elected to Parliament for the first time In the British general election.
New York City's Madison Square Garden holds the first Auto show in the United States. Read More
Tap into that historic information without the hassle of manually sorting through mounds of papers. All of these 1900 events have been preserved in various newspapers and can be research using our extensive newspaper collection of 167+ million of pages with detailed documentation of many of America's most prominent historical events.
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