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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. As of the start of 1817, the Gregorian calendar was 12 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923.

  2. 1917 is a 2019 British war film directed and produced by Sam Mendes, who co-wrote the film with Krysty Wilson-Cairns.Partially inspired by stories told to Mendes by his paternal grandfather Alfred about his service during World War I, the film takes place after the German retreat to the Hindenburg Line during Operation Alberich, and follows two British soldiers, Will Schofield (George MacKay ...

    • 4 December 2019 (London), 25 December 2019 (United States), 10 January 2020 (United Kingdom)
    • Sam Mendes, Pippa Harris, Jayne-Ann Tenggren, Callum McDougall, Brian Oliver
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  4. Ad Astra (Latin for "To the Stars") is a 2019 American science fiction film produced, co-written, and directed by James Gray.Starring Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones, Ruth Negga, Liv Tyler, and Donald Sutherland, it follows an astronaut who ventures into space in search of his lost father, whose obsession at all costs to find intelligent alien life threatens the solar system and all life on Earth.

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    • August 29, 2019 (Venice), September 20, 2019 (United States)
  5. War depictions in film and television include documentaries, TV mini-series, and drama serials depicting aspects of historical wars, the films included here are films set in the period from 1775 or at the beginning of the Age of Revolution and until various Empires hit roadblock in 1914, after lengthy arms race for several years.

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    January–March

    1. January 1 1.1. Battle of Koregaon: Troops of the British East India Company scores a decisive victory over the Maratha Empire. 1.2. Mary Shelley's Frankensteinis published anonymously in London. 2. January 2 – The British Institution of Civil Engineersis founded. 3. January 3 (21:52 UTC) – Venus occults Jupiter. It is the last occultation of one planet by another before November 22, 2065. 4. January 6 – The Treaty of Mandeswar brings an end to the Third Anglo-Maratha War, ending the domina...

    April–June

    1. April 1 – First Seminole War – Battle of Miccosukee, Florida: General Andrew Jacksondefeats chief Kinhagee. 2. April 4 – The United States Congress adopts the flag of the United Statesas having thirteen red and white stripes, and one star for each state (twenty), with additional stars to be added whenever a new state is added to the Union. 3. April 5 – Chilean War of Independence – Battle of Maipú: Patriot rebels, led by José de San Martín, decisively defeat the Spanish Royalists. 4. April...

    July–September

    1. July 1 – After a war that began on November 5, 1817, the forces of the East India Company defeat Baji Rao II in battle and acquire control over the Maratha Empire. 2. July 3 – English poet Lord Byron, resident in Italy, begins work on his satirical epic Don Juan. Although he completes the first canto by September 19, he will die in 1824 before he can finish the poem, after completing 16 cantosand working on the 17th. 3. July 11 – The Bank of the United States reverses its policy of expandi...

    January–June

    1. January 30 – Artúr Görgey, Hungarian military general, politician (d. 1916) 2. February 4 – Emperor Norton, San Francisco eccentric and visionary (d. 1880) 3. February 13 – Angelica Singleton Van Buren, Acting First Lady of the United States (d. 1877) 4. February 14 – Frederick Douglass (his day of birth was never established; he adopted this date), American abolitionist author, statesman (d. 1895) 5. February 18 – Pedro Figueredo, Cuban poet, musician, and freedom writer (d. 1870) 6. Marc...

    July–December

    1. July 1 – Ignaz Semmelweis, Hungarian physician, obstetrician (d. 1865) 2. July 18 2.1. Celadon Leeds Daboll, American merchant, inventor (d. 1866) 2.2. Louis Gerhard De Geer, 1st Prime Minister of Sweden (d. 1896) 3. July 22 – J. Gregory Smith, Vermont governor (d. 1891) 4. July 27 – Agostino Roscelli, Italian priest, founder of the Institute of Sisters of the Immaculata (d. 1902) 5. July 30 5.1. Emily Brontë, British novelist (d. 1848) 5.2. Jan Heemskerk, 2-time Prime Minister of the Neth...

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    1. Dimitrie Brătianu, 15th Prime Minister of Romania (d. 1892)

    January–June

    1. January 2 – Martha Christina Tiahahu, Moluccan freedom fighter, national heroine of Indonesia (b. 1800) 2. January 11 – Johann David Wyss, Swiss author (b. 1743) 3. February 5 – Charles XIII/Charles II, King of Sweden and Norway (b. 1748) 4. February 13 – George Rogers Clark, American Revolutionary leader (b. 1752) 5. February 15 – Friedrich Ludwig, Fürst zu Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen, Prussian general (b. 1746) 6. February 21 – David Humphreys, American diplomat (b. 1752) 7. March 24 – Humphry...

    July–December

    1. August 4 – Tom Molineaux, African-American boxer (b. 1784) 2. August 5 – Sir John Barrington, 9th Baronet of Great Britain (b. 1752) 3. August 11 – Robert Carr Brackenbury, English Methodist preacher (b. 1752) 4. August 12 – Nikolay Novikov, Russian writer (b. 1744) 5. August 22 – Warren Hastings, English Governor-General of India (b. 1732) 6. August 24 6.1. James Carr (Massachusetts politician), U.S. Congressman (b. 1777) 6.2. George Thicknesse, 19th Baron Audley (b. 1758) 7. August 31 –...

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    1. Ghaliyya Al Bogammiah, Saudi Arabian war heroine

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    早期历史

    早在古森林时期(公元前1000年至公元1000年),诺城地区已有人类定居。 诺城地区最古老的人造建筑之一是一个在公元1000年左右的时候建造的一个陵墓,属于密西西比文明. 该陵墓坐落于现田纳西大学的校园中。 其他的史前聚居点有古森林时期的村落,位于田纳西河和Knob Creek的交汇处; 还有达拉斯时期密西西比文明的村庄,位于Post Oak岛;和Bussell岛. 到18世纪,切罗基人部落成了东田纳西地区的主要部落。他们和克里克人、肖尼族处于不断的战争中。切羅基人把诺城地区叫做kuwanda'talun'yi, 意为桑树之地。 切罗基人的聚居区大部分在诺城之南Little Tennessee River河畔的 Overhill settlements. 17世纪晚期,欧洲裔美国人来到了田纳西峡谷。另外有证据表明在1540年Hernando De Soto曾到过Bussell岛。 第一次欧洲裔美国人在此地的大规模活动是Henry Timberlake探险。

    定居

    法兰西-印第安战争和美国独立战争结束以后,阿帕拉契山脉地区的白人聚居区快速增多。到18世纪80年代,在Holston和French Broad峡谷附近已有白人聚居区。由于切罗基人尚未放弃这片土地,多数白人移民的的移居都是非法的。美国国会在1785年下令所有非法移居者离开峡谷,可是收效甚微。随着白人移民继续蚕食切罗基人的土地,白人和切罗基人的摩擦此起彼伏。 1783年,美国内战将军James White及其朋友James Connor在First Creek河口购买了一块土地,三年后建立了怀特要塞。 1790年, James White将军的女婿Charles McClung这一块土地中First Creek和Second Creek之间的地块建立了一个面积有 64 0.5-英畝(0.0020-平方公里)的小镇McClung, 预留了一块水边的土地作为城镇公共用地,两块土地留作教堂和墓地,四块土地留作学校用地(后来成了Blount学院,是田纳西大学的前身)。同一年,华盛顿总统提名北南卡罗莱纳的测量员William Blount为新建的行政区域"俄亥俄河南部地区"(田纳西州的前身)的...

    南北战争前的诺克斯维尔

    诺克斯维尔是“俄亥俄河南部地区”政治实体的首府。在1796年俄亥俄河南部地区被批准建立田纳西州以后,诺克斯维尔是田纳西的首府。1817年 田纳西州首府迁移到了Murfreesboro。早期的诺城被称为有 Early issues of the Knoxville Gazette— 田纳西的第一种报纸是《诺克斯维尔报》。早期该报充满了谋杀、盗窃以及被怀有敌意的切罗击人攻击的消息。州领导人William Blount的朋友Abishai Thomas在1794到过诺城之后写道,他惊讶于此地的有现代架构的建筑,然而这里有7家酒吧却没有一家教堂。 早期,由于是旅行者和新移民西进的中间站,诺城逐渐变得繁盛。在19世纪上半,由于处于水运枢纽的位置,诺城很快成了区域交易中心。本地农产品,特别是烟草、谷物和威士忌,被用来和更南的地方交易棉花。19世纪50年代,随着东田纳西-佐治亚铁路的贯通,诺城人口增倍。 James White的儿子Hugh Lawson White (1773-1840)是诺城早期的杰出人士之一。 他开始的时候是法官和州议员,1825年被州立法机构提名为美国国会参议员议员,取...

    诺城位于35°58′22″N 83°56′32″W / 35.97278°N 83.94222°W / 35.97278; -83.94222 (35.972882, -83.942161). 根据美国人口调查局, 城区有98.1平方英里 (254.1km²), 其中, 92.7平方英里(240.0km²)是陆地,5.4平方英里 (14.1km²) 是水域。

    根据2000年人口普查的结果, 城区有177,661人 , 40,164个家庭。诺克斯维尔人口统计区有616,079人. 人口密度为每平方英里1,876.7人(724.6/平方公里). 总共有84,981个房屋,密度为354.1/km²。民族构成为:79.7%白人,16.2%非洲裔美国人,0.31%美国原住民,1.45%亚洲人,0.03%太平洋岛屿居民,0.72%其他种族,1.57%来自两个以上种族的混血。 在大诺城地区的76,650个家庭中,22.8%有未满18岁的孩子。35.3%是已婚夫妇住在一起的。13.7%由无丈夫的单身女性生活的,47.6%是无家庭独居的。38.3%只有一个人,11.4%是65岁以上的老人独居的。每房平均有2.12人,每家庭平均有2.84人。

    根据国际姐妹城市组织,诺克斯维尔有七个姐妹城市: 1. 海乌姆, 波兰 2. 成都, 中华人民共和国 3. 高雄, 中华民国 4. 拉里萨, 希腊 5. 室蘭市, 日本 6. 内乌肯, 阿根廷 7. 禮山郡, 韩国

    Carey, Ruth. "Change Comes to Knoxville." in These Are Our Voices: The Story of Oak Ridge 1942-1970, edited by James Overholt, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1987.
    Deaderick, Lucile, ed. Heart of the Valley--A History of Knoxville, TennesseeKnoxville: East Tennessee Historical Society, 1976.
    Jennifer Long; "Government Job Creation Programs-Lessons from the 1930s and 1940s" Journal of Economic Issues. Volume: 33. Issue: 4. 1999. pp 903+, a case study of Knoxville.
    Knoxville. The Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture. [2006-03-14]. (原始内容存档于2006-04-15).
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