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  1. Sep 16, 2021 · Lyndon B. Johnson 36th President of the United States: 1963 ‐ 1969 Lyndon B. Johnson Event Timeline Initially posted 9/16/2021.

  2. Lyndon B. Johnson timeline Aug 27 1908 Lyndon B Johnson is Born Johnson was born near Stonewall, Texas, on August 27, 1908, in a small farmhouse on the Pedernales River. His parents, Samuel Ealy Johnson, Jr. and... Read more Dec 22 1912 Lady Bird Johnson is Born

  3. November 27 – President Johnson addresses a joint session of Congress calling on legislators to fulfill Kennedy's legacy and pass civil rights and tax legislation, delivering the "Let Us Continue" speech. November 29 – The Warren Commission is creating by President Johnson after signing Executive Order 11130. [1] December 17 – Clean Air Act

  4. Born in a farmhouse in Stonewall, Texas, to a local political family, Johnson worked as a high school teacher and a congressional aide before winning election to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1937. He won election to the United States Senate in 1948 after a narrow and controversial victory in the Democratic Party's primary. [2]

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    January 1 – President Johnson makes an announcement about his intent to ask for Congress to restrict travel by Americans due to a crash program meant to reduce the payment deficit balance. During a...
    January 2 – President Johnson selects Arthur Okun for chair of his economic advisors council. President Johnson also announces the appointment of 18 individuals to serve as members of a federal com...
    January 3– American planes resume bombing Hanoi, reporting the shooting down of two MIGs over the North Vietnamese capital.
    January 4– Officials state that President Johnson's plan to slow down the U.S. gold outflow will have contributions made by Germany and Italy.
    February 1– President Johnson delivers a speech on economics to Congress.
    February 2 – The White House releases transcript of a dialogue between President Johnson and George Meany, the two discussing the Vietnam War, crime, housing, education and health programs, and pov...
    February 2– The Senate confirms Edward R. De for the position of Assistant Secretary of State for Cultural Affairs.
    February 3 – Nixon gives his first speech in New Hampshireto a dinner audience, outlining his view that private enterprise should resolve the US's problems and cites LBJ not being able to travel ar...
    March 1 – Clark Clifford begins his tenure as United States Secretary of Defense after an East Room swearing in ceremony, during which President Johnson proclaims Clifford as having drafted the leg...
    March 2 – President Johnson travels to Puerto Ricofor the first time.
    March 3 – Chairman of President Johnson's National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders and Governor of Illinois Otto Kerner, Jr.says the US cannot implement all of the recommendations of the com...
    March 6 – President Johnson addresses members of the Joint Savings Bank-Savings and Loan Committee on Urban Problems in the Cabinet Room during the morning. C. R. Smith is sworn in as the 18th Unit...
    April 1– President Johnson says he will meet with RFK whenever the latter is available.
    April 2 – President Johnson tells Democratic Party leaders during a meeting at the White House that he is not going to influence a particular candidate for the presidential nomination. Senator Ever...
    April 4 – Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis, Tennessee. In response to King's death, Johnson cancels appearances in Hawaiifor a war strategy meeting and a Democratic fundraiser, an...
    April 5 – President Johnson declares the day one of national mourning over the previous day's death of Martin Luther King Jr.
    May 1– The Johnson administration sends a proposal of 22 billion government economy package through the White House appropriations committee.
    May 2 – Wilbur Millsrejects the Johnson administration's budget proposal from the previous day; he says during a press conference that the terms were not clear and that it did not go as far back as...
    May 3 – President Johnson warns that violence could break out at the planned Washington poor people's march and "extensive preparations" have been made in advance. Johnson meets with former Preside...
    May 6 – President Johnson attends a reception for the White House Fellows in the State Dining Room during the afternoon. President Johnson delivers remarks at an afternoon reception in honor of Sen...
    June 1 – Chairman of the board of regents of the University of TexasFrank C. Erwin, Jr. says he has spoken with President Johnson and the latter has indicated an interest in teaching political scie...
    June 3 – President Johnson releases a statement on the death of Helen Keller.
    June 4 – Johnson's request for the Communists' aid in scaling the Vietnam War down and making peace is responded to with a decline by a North Vietnam spokesman. President Johnson delivers the comme...
    June 5 – The Viet Cong throws an estimated two more guerilla battalions into their battle for Saigon.
    July 1 – President Johnson announces Russia has agreed to meet with the US for the discussion on nuclear weapon systems being limited and reduced.The White House announces the upcoming trip of Pres...
    July 3– North Vietnam announces the release of three American pilots without saying when they will be released nor who they are.
    July 4 – President Johnson releases a statement condemning the previous day's protesting of a Minneapolis speech by presidential candidate George Wallace.
    July 5– The Defense Department announces August 1 as the beginning of Vietnam soldiers being able to obtain discharge earlier with an agreement to remain in Vietnam longer.
    August 1 – At the Department of Housing and Urban Development, President Johnson signs a housing bill, providing 5.8 billion for the following three years for a program intended to construct 26 mil...
    August 2 – President Johnson talks with former President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Mamie Eisenhowerat the Walter Reeds Army Hospital as the former president recovers from a heart attack, Johnson tel...
    August 3– President Johnson orders government civilian agencies to purchase the cheapest steel available to them in a move seen as being against defiant steel producers.
    August 5– President Johnson's proposed anti-riot legislation is sent to Congress, giving five year imprisonment and $10,000 fine as maximum penalties for individuals found to have crossed state lin...
    September 2 – President Johnson releases a statement marking the occasion of Labor Day, noting what he considers various improvements in American life.
    September 4 – President Johnson issues Executive Order 11427, ending the four-year-old Maritime Advisory Committee.President Johnson transmits a special report on the joint comprehensive review of...
    September 9– President Johnson attends the dedication for the building for the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
    September 10 – President Johnson releases a statement commemorating the tenth anniversary of the National Defense Education Actreflecting on the speech he gave in the Senate in favor of the law and...
    October 1 – President Johnson attends a morning meeting of the Incorporators of the National Housing Partnership in the Cabinet Room. President Johnson releases a statement on the tenth anniversary...
    October 2– President Johnson releases a statement confirming his acceptance of Supreme Court nominee Abe Fortas' withdrawal from consideration. President Johnson states his high opinion of Fortas a...
    October 4– President Johnson transmits the annual report of the Office of Alien Property for the fiscal year of 1967 in a message to Congress.
    October 7– President Johnson issues Proclamation 3876, designating the day as "Child Health Day." President Johnson urges agencies and organizations concerned with the state of children worldwide t...
  5. Lyndon Baines Johnson Timeline Timeline Description: Lyndon Baines Johnson was the 36th president of the United States. He assumed office after the death of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963. After defeating Barry Goldwater in a landslide in the 1964 election, Johnson declined to run again in 1968. Loading Timeline...

  6. february 6 – president johnson sends a special message to congress on crime in the united states and speaks on his receiving the report of the national crime commission before offering proposals to better "the caliber and training of enforcement, judicial and officials", better "the capability of police detect crimes and apprehend commit them", …

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