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    1817 was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1817th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 817th year of the 2nd millennium, the 17th year of the 19th century, and the 8th year of the 1810s decade.

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    Federal Government

    1. President: James Madison (DR-Virginia) (until March 4), James Monroe (DR-Virginia) (starting March 4) 2. Vice President: vacant (until March 4), Daniel D. Tompkins (DR-New York) (starting March 4) 3. Chief Justice: John Marshall (Virginia) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Henry Clay (DR-Kentucky) 5. Congress: 14th (until March 4), 15th(starting March 4)

    January–March

    1. February 7 – Baltimore becomes the first U.S. city with public street gas lighting. 2. March 3 2.1. President James Madison vetoes John C. Calhoun's Bonus Bill. 2.2. U.S. Congress passes law to split the Mississippi Territory, after Mississippi drafts a constitution, creating the Alabama Territoryeffective in August. 3. March 4 – James Monroe is sworn in as the fifth President of the United States, and Daniel D. Tompkins is sworn in as Vice President of the United States.

    April–June

    1. April 15 – The first American school for the deaf opens in Hartford, Connecticut. 2. April 29 – The Rush–Bagot Treaty, between the U.S. and the United Kingdom, is signed. 3. May – The General Convention of the Episcopal Church founds the General Theological Seminary while meeting in New York City. 4. June 18 – Henry Perry, a former member of the Republican Army of the North, is defeated near Coleto Creek after leading a force to capture Presidio La Bahía.

    July–September

    1. July 4 – At Rome, New York, construction on the Erie Canalbegins. 2. July 12 – Benjamin Russell, in his Columbian Centinel newspaper, coins the phrase "Era of Good Feelings", which is later used to describe American politics from 1817 to 1825. 3. August 15 – By act of the U.S. Congress (March 3), the Alabama Territory is created by splitting the Mississippi Territory in half, on the day the Mississippi constitution is drafted, four months before Mississippibecomes a U.S. state.

    February 7 – LeRoy Pope Walker, 1st Confederate States Secretary of War (died 1884)
    February 8 – Richard S. Ewell, Confederate general (died 1872)
    March 22 – Braxton Bragg, Confederate general (died 1876)
    March 26 – Herman Haupt, railroad civil engineer (died 1905)
    January 16 – Alexander J. Dallas, statesman and financier (born 1759)
    May 12 – William Goforth, physician and paleontologist (born 1766)
    June 24 – Thomas McKean, lawyer, President of the Continental Congress, and signatory of the Declaration of Independence (born 1734)
    August 7 – Pierre Samuel du Pont de Nemours, French-born industrialist (born 1739)
    James C. Jewett. The United States Congress of 1817 and Some of its Celebrities. The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 17, No. 2 (October, 1908), pp. 139–144
    Marine Hospitals of New England in 1817. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Third Series, Vol. 50, (October, 1916 – June, 1917),
    John E. Iglehart. The Coming of the English to Indiana in 1817 and Their Hoosier Neighbors. Indiana Magazine of History, Vol. 15, No. 2 (1919), pp. 89–178
    Lucius C. Embree. Morris Birkbeck's Estimate of the People of Princeton in 1817. Indiana Magazine of History, Vol. 21, No. 4 (1925), pp. 289–299
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    January 1 – War of the Sixth Coalition – The Royal Prussian Army led by Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher crosses the Rhine.
    January 5 – Mexican War of Independence – Battle of Puruarán: Spanish Royalistsdefeat Mexican Rebels.
    January 11 – War of the Sixth Coalition – Battle of Hoogstraten: Prussian forces under Friedrich Wilhelm Freiherr von Bülowdefeat the French.
    February – George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen, represents Britain at the Congress of Chatillon.
    February 2 – War of the Sixth Coalition – Battle of Lesmont: French forces under Joseph Lagrangedefeat the Allies.
    February 8 – War of the Sixth Coalition – Battle of the Mincio River: French and Italian troops under Viceroy Eugène de Beauharnaisfight an Austrian army to a draw.
    March 1 – War of the Sixth Coalition – Battle of Saint-Julien: Austrian Army of the South defeats the French Army of the Rhône.
    March 4 – War of 1812 – Battle of Longwoods: American raiding party defeats British regulars and militia and Indian fighters.
    March 7 – War of the Sixth Coalition – Battle of Craonne: A French army led by Napoleon is victorious against von Blücher.
    April 6 – Napoleonic Wars – Bourbon Restoration: Louis XVIII is invited to occupy the restored French throne.
    April 11 – Napoleonic Wars – Treaty of Fontainebleau: The War of the Sixth Coalition ends, and Napoleon is forced to abdicate unconditionally as Emperor of the French.
    July 3 – War of 1812 – Capture of Fort Erie by the Americans under Major General Jacob Brown.
    July 5 – War of 1812 – Battle of Chippawa: American Major General Jacob Brown defeats British General Phineas Riall at Chippawa, Ontario.
    July 7 – Walter Scott's Waverley, his first prose fiction and one of the first significant historical novels in English, is published anonymously by Archibald Constable in Edinburgh, selling out in...
    July 13 – The Carabinieri (the national military police of Italy) is established by Victor Emmanuel, as the police force of the Kingdom of Sardinia.
    October 17 – London Beer Flood: A large vat full of porter owned by Meux's Breweryof London bursts, demolishing buildings and killing 8 people.
    October 19 – War of 1812: – Battle of Cook's Mills: U.S. forces defeat the British in Upper Canada.
    November 1 – The Congress of Vienna formally opens in Austria to settle the many issues arising from the French Revolutionary Wars, the Napoleonic Wars, and the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire...

    The world's first complex machine mass-produced from interchangeable parts, Eli Terry's wooden pillar-and-scroll clock, comes off the production line in Plymouth, Connecticut.

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