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    September is the ninth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars, the third of four months to have a length of 30 days, and the fourth of five months to have a length of fewer than 31 days. September in the Northern Hemisphere and March in the Southern Hemisphere are seasonal equivalent. In the Northern hemisphere, the beginning of the meteorological autumn is on 1 September. In the Southern hemisphere, the beginning of the meteorological spring is on 1 September. September marks t

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  2. "September" is a song by the American band Earth, Wind & Fire released as a single in 1978 on ARC/Columbia Records. Initially included as a track for The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire, Vol. 1, "September" was very successful commercially and reached No. 1 on the US Billboard Hot R&B Songs chart, No. 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and No. 3 on the UK Singles Chart. The song remains a staple of the band's body of work and has been sampled, covered, remixed, and re-recorded numerous times. It was adde

    • "Love's Holiday", "Can't Hide Love"
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    In the old Roman calendar, September was the seventh month, which is where it got its name ("Septem" means "seventh"). The ninth month at the time was November ("Novem" means "ninth"). With Julius Caesar's calendar reform, September became the ninth month, with 30 days. September comes after August and before October. September begins on the same day of week as December every year, as each other's first days are 13 weeks (91 days) apart. No other month of any year, common or leap year, ends on the same day of the week as September. In common years, September starts on the same day of the week as April and July of the previous year, and in leap years, October of the previous year. In common years, September finishes on the same day of the week as April and December of the previous year, and in leap years, July of the previous year. In leap years and years immediately after that, September starts on the same day of the week as Januaryof the previous year. In years immediately before c...

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    1. September 1 – Independence Day (Uzbekistan) 2. September 1 – Armed Struggle for Independence (Eritrea) 3. September 1 – Constitution Day (Slovakia) 4. September 2 – Independence Day (Vietnam) 5. September 3 – National Day of San Marino 6. September 3 – Independence Day (Qatar) 7. September 3 – Flag Day (Australia) 8. September 3 – Levy Mwanawasa Day (Zambia) 9. September 3 – Merchant Navy Day (United Kingdom) 10. September 5 – Teacher's Day (India) 11. September 6 – Independence Day (Swazi...

    Moveable and Monthlong Events

    1. The Summer Olympics sometimes occur in September, though mostly in July or August 2. The Summer Paralympicsare often held in September 3. Yom Kippur, in the Jewishcalendar, occurs in September or October. 4. Labor Day (US and Canada), first Mondayin September 5. Prinsjesdag (Netherlands), third Tuesday in September 6. Munich Oktoberfest runs in late September and the beginning of October. 7. Start of schoolin most Northern Hemisphere countries 8. German American Heritage Month and Hispanic...

    September 1 – 1715: The reign of Louis XIV of Franceends with his death after 72 years on the throne.
    September 1 – 1914: Martha, the last Passenger Pigeon, dies, making her speciesextinct.
    September 1 – 1939: Nazi Germany invades Poland, starting World War II.
    September 1 – 1969: Muammar al-Gaddafi takes power in Libya, in a coup.
    September is one of the two months that never ends on the same day of the week as any other months within any calendar year. (Mayis the other)
    The birth stone for September is the sapphire, symbolising clear thinking. The birth flowers for the month are the forget-me-not, morning glory and aster.
    The Zodiac signs for September are Virgo (August 22 – September 21) and Libra (September 22 – October 21).
    If the months of the year were arranged in alphabetical order in the English language, September would come last.
  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › September_3September 3 - Wikipedia

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    Pre-1600

    1. 36 BC – In the Battle of Naulochus, Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, admiral of Octavian, defeats Sextus Pompey, son of Pompey, thus ending Pompeian resistance to the Second Triumvirate. 2. 301 – San Marino, one of the smallest nations in the world and the world's oldest republic still in existence, is founded by Saint Marinus. 3. 590 – Consecration of Pope Gregory I(Gregory the Great). 4. 673 – King Wamba of the Visigoths puts down a revolt by Hilderic, governor of Nîmes(France) and rival for th...

    1601-1900

    1. 1650 – Victory over the royalists in the Battle of Dunbaropens the way to Edinburgh for the New Model Army in the Third English Civil War. 2. 1651 – The Battle of Worcesteris the last significant action in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. 3. 1658 – The death of Oliver Cromwell; Richard Cromwell becomes Lord Protectorof England. 4. 1666 – The Royal Exchange burns down in the Great Fire of London. 5. 1777 – American Revolutionary War: During the Battle of Cooch's Bridge, the Flag of the Unite...

    1901-present

    1. 1914 – William, Prince of Albanialeaves the country after just six months due to opposition to his rule. 2. 1914 – French composer Albéric Magnardis killed defending his estate against invading German soldiers. 3. 1914 – World War I: Start of the Battle of Grand Couronné, a German assault against French positions on high ground near the city of Nancy. 4. 1916 – World War I: Leefe Robinson destroys the German airship Schütte-Lanz SL 11 over Cuffley, north of London; the first German airship...

    Pre-1600

    1. 1034 – Emperor Go-Sanjōof Japan (d. 1073) 2. 1568 – Adriano Banchieri, Italian organist and composer (d. 1634)

    1601-1900

    1. 1675 – Paul Dudley, American lawyer and jurist (d. 1751) 2. 1693 – Charles Radclyffe, English captain and politician (d. 1746) 3. 1695 – Pietro Locatelli, Italian viola player and composer (d. 1764) 4. 1704 – Joseph de Jussieu, French explorer, geographer, and mathematician, (d. 1779) 5. 1710 – Abraham Trembley, Swiss biologist and zoologist (d. 1784) 6. 1724 – Guy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester, Irish-English general and politician, 21st Governor General of Canada(d. 1808) 7. 1781 – Eugèn...

    1901-present

    1. 1901 – Eduard van Beinum, Dutch violinist, pianist, and conductor (d. 1959) 2. 1905 – Carl David Anderson, American physicist and academic, Nobel Prizelaureate (d. 1991) 3. 1905 – John Mills, New Zealand cricketer (d. 1972) 4. 1907 – Loren Eiseley, American anthropologist, philosopher, and author (d. 1977) 5. 1908 – Lev Pontryagin, Russian mathematician and academic (d. 1988) 6. 1910 – Kitty Carlisle, American actress, singer, socialite, and game show panelist (d. 2007) 7. 1910 – Franz Jác...

    Pre-1600

    1. 264 – Sun Xiu, Chinese emperor (b. 235) 2. 618 – Xue Ju, emperor of Qin 3. 863 – Umar al-Aqta, Arab emir 4. 931 – Uda, emperor of Japan (b. 867) 5. 1120 – Gerard Thom (The Blessed Gerard), founder of the Knights Hospitaller(b. c. 1040) 6. 1189 – Jacob of Orléans, French Jewish scholar 7. 1301 – Alberto I della Scala, Lord of Verona 8. 1313 – Anna of Bohemia(b. 1290) 9. 1354 – Joanikije II, Serbian patriarch and saint 10. 1400 – John Holland, 1st Duke of Exeter(b. c. 1352) 11. 1402 – Gian G...

    1601-1900

    1. 1609 – Jean Richardot, Belgian diplomat (b. 1540) 2. 1634 – Edward Coke, English lawyer, judge, and politician, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales(b. 1552) 3. 1653 – Claudius Salmasius, French scholar and author (b. 1588) 4. 1658 – Oliver Cromwell, English general and politician (b. 1599) 5. 1720 – Henri de Massue, Earl of Galway, French general and diplomat (b. 1648) 6. 1729 – Jean Hardouin, French historian and scholar (b. 1646) 7. 1766 – Archibald Bower, Scottish historian and auth...

    1901-present

    1. 1906 – Mihály Kolossa, Hungarian author and poet (b. 1846) 2. 1914 – Albéric Magnard, French composer and educator (b. 1865) 3. 1929 – John Bigham, 1st Viscount Mersey, English jurist and politician (b. 1840) 4. 1936 – Nikita Balieff, Armenian-Russian puppeteer and director (b. 1876) 5. 1942 – Will James, Canadian-American author and illustrator (b. 1892) 6. 1942 – Séraphine Louis, French painter (b. 1864) 7. 1944 – John Lumsden, Irish physician, founded the St. John Ambulance Brigade of I...

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    Feast of San Marino and the Republic, celebrates the foundation of the Republic of San Marinoin 301.
  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › September_30September 30 - Wikipedia

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    489 – The Ostrogoths under Theoderic the Great defeat the forces of Odoacerfor the second time.
    737 – The Turgesh drive backan Umayyad invasion of Khuttal, follow them south of the Oxus, and capture their baggage train.
    1399 – Henry IVis proclaimed king of England.
    1520 – Suleiman the Magnificentis proclaimed sultan of the Ottoman Empire.
    1207 – Rumi, Persian mystic and poet (d. 1273)[citation needed]
    1227 – Pope Nicholas IV(d. 1292)
    1530 – Girolamo Mercuriale, Italian philologist and physician (d. 1606)
    1550 – Michael Maestlin, German astronomer and mathematician (d. 1631)
    420 – Jerome, Roman priest, theologian, and saint (b. 347)
    653 – Honorius of Canterbury, Italian archbishop and saint
    940 – Fan Yanguang, Chinese general
    954 – Louis IV of France(b. 920)
    Agricultural Reform (Nationalization) Day (São Tomé and Príncipe)
    Birth of Morelos (Mexico)
    Boy's Day (Poland)
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  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › September_17September 17 - Wikipedia

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    Pre-1600

    1. 1111 – Highest Galician nobility led by Pedro Fróilaz de Traba and the bishop Diego Gelmírez crown Alfonso VIIas "King of Galicia". 2. 1176 – The Battle of Myriokephalonis the last attempt by the Byzantine Empire to recover central Anatolia from the Seljuk Turks. 3. 1382 – Louis the Great's daughter, Mary, is crowned "king" of Hungary. 4. 1462 – Thirteen Years' War: A Polish army under Piotr Dunin decisively defeats the Teutonic Order at the Battle of Świecino. 5. 1577 – The Treaty of Berg...

    1601-1900

    1. 1620 – Polish–Ottoman War: The Ottoman Empire defeats the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth during the Battle of Cecora. 2. 1631 – Sweden wins a major victory at the Battle of Breitenfeld against the Holy Roman Empire during the Thirty Years' War. 3. 1658 – The Battle of Vilanova is fought between Portugal and Spain during the Portuguese Restoration War. 4. 1683 – Antonie van Leeuwenhoek writes a letter to the Royal Society describing "animalcules", later known as protozoa. 5. 1775 – American...

    1901-present

    1. 1901 – Second Boer War: A Boer column defeats a British force at the Battle of Blood River Poort. 2. 1901 – Second Boer War: Boers capture a squadron of the 17th Lancers at the Battle of Elands River. 3. 1908 – The Wright Flyer flown by Orville Wright, with Lieutenant Thomas Selfridgeas passenger, crashes, killing Selfridge, who becomes the first airplane fatality. 4. 1914 – Andrew Fisherbecomes Prime Minister of Australia for the third time. 5. 1914 – World War I: The Race to the Seabegin...

    Pre-1600

    1. 879 – Charles the Simple, Frankish king (d. 929) 2. 1433 – James of Portugal, Portuguese prince and cardinal (d. 1459) 3. 1479 – Celio Calcagnini, Italian astronomer (d. 1541) 4. 1550 – Paul V, pope of the Catholic Church (d. 1621) 5. 1565 – Edward Fortunatus, German nobleman (d. 1600) 6. 1578 – John Prideaux, English administrator and bishop (d. 1650)

    1601-1900

    1. 1605 – Francesco Sacrati, Italian composer (d. 1650) 2. 1630 – Ranuccio II Farnese, duke of Parma (d. 1694) 3. 1639 – Hans Herr, Swiss bishop (d. 1725) 4. 1688 – Maria Luisa of Savoy, queen consort of Spain (d. 1714) 5. 1730 – Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben, Prussian-American general (d. 1794) 6. 1739 – John Rutledge, American judge and politician, 2nd Chief Justice of the United States(d. 1800) 7. 1743 – Marquis de Condorcet, French mathematician and political scientist (d. 1794) 8. 1771 –...

    1901-present

    1. 1901 – Francis Chichester, English pilot and sailor (d. 1972) 2. 1902 – Bea Miles, Australian author (d. 1973) 3. 1903 – Karel Miljon, Dutch boxer (d. 1984) 4. 1903 – Frank O'Connor, Irish short story writer, novelist, and poet (d. 1966) 5. 1903 – Minanogawa Tōzō, Japanese sumo wrestler, the 34th Yokozuna(d. 1971) 6. 1905 – Tshekedi Khama, regent of the Bamangwatotribe (d. 1959) 7. 1906 – J. R. Jayewardene, Sri Lankan lawyer and politician, 2nd President of Sri Lanka(d. 1996) 8. 1906 – Edg...

    Pre-1600

    1. 456 – Remistus, Roman general 2. 936 – Unni, archbishop of Hamburg-Bremen 3. 958 – Li Jingsui, Chinese prince (b. 920) 4. 1025 – Hugh Magnus, king of France (b. 1007) 5. 1148 – Conan III, duke of Brittany (b. 1070) 6. 1179 – Hildegard of Bingen, German abbess (b. 1098) 7. 1322 – Robert III, count of Flanders (b. 1249) 8. 1415 – Michael de la Pole, 2nd Earl of Suffolk(b. 1367) 9. 1422 – Constantine II, tsar of Bulgaria 10. 1482 – William III, duke of Luxembourg (b. 1425) 11. 1563 – Henry Ma...

    1601-1900

    1. 1609 – Judah Loew ben Bezalel, Bohemian rabbi, mystic and philosopher (b. 1520) 2. 1621 – Robert Bellarmine, Italian cardinal and saint (b. 1542) 3. 1626 – Johann Schweikhard von Kronberg, German cleric and politician, Archbishop-Elector of Mainz (b. 1553) 4. 1630 – Thomas Lake, English politician, English Secretary of State(b. 1567) 5. 1637 – Katherine Clifton, 2nd Baroness Clifton, English-Scottish peer 6. 1665 – Philip IV, king of Spain (b. 1605) 7. 1676 – Sabbatai Zevi, Turkish rabbi a...

    1901-present

    1. 1907 – Ignaz Brüll, Czech-Austrian pianist and composer (b. 1846) 2. 1907 – Edmonia Lewis, American sculptor (b. 1844) 3. 1908 – Henri Julien, Canadian cartoonist (b. 1852) 4. 1908 – Thomas Selfridge, American lieutenant and pilot (b. 1882) 5. 1909 – Thomas Bent, Australian businessman and politician, 22nd Premier of Victoria(b. 1838) 6. 1911 – Edmonia Lewis, American sculptor (b. 1844) 7. 1923 – Stefanos Dragoumis, Greek judge and politician, 92nd Prime Minister of Greece(b. 1842) 8. 1925...

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    Constitution Day, observed on the previous Friday if it falls on a Saturday, the following Monday if on a Sunday; and the beginning of the Constitution Week(United States)
  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › September_1September 1 - Wikipedia

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    1. 1145 – The main altar of Lund Cathedral, at the time seat of the archiepiscopal see of all the Nordic countries, is consecrated. 2. 1173 – The widow Stamira sacrifices herself in order to raise the siege of Ancona by the forces of Emperor Frederick Barbarossa. 3. 1355 – King Tvrtko I of Bosnia writes In castro nostro Vizoka vocatum from the Old town of Visoki. 4. 1420 – A 9.4 MS-strong earthquake shakes Chile's Atacama Region causing tsunamis in Chile as well as Hawaii and Japan. 5. 1449 –...

    1601-1900

    1. 1604 – Adi Granth, now known as Guru Granth Sahib, the holy scripture of Sikhs, is first installed at Harmandir Sahib. 2. 1644 – Battle of Tippermuir: James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose defeats the Earl of Wemyss's Covenanters, reviving the Royalistcause. 3. 1715 – At the age of five, Louis XVbecomes king of France in succession to his great-grandfather, King Louis XIV. 4. 1763 – Catherine II of Russia endorses Ivan Betskoy's plans for a Foundling Home in Moscow. 5. 1772 – The Mission...

    1901-present

    1. 1905 – Alberta and Saskatchewanjoin the Canadian confederation. 2. 1906 – The International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneysis established. 3. 1911 – The armored cruiser Georgios Averof is commissioned into the Greek Navy. It now serves as a museum ship. 4. 1914 – St. Petersburg, Russia, changes its name to Petrograd. 5. 1914 – The last known passenger pigeon, a female named Martha, dies in captivity in the Cincinnati Zoo. 6. 1920 – The Fountain of Time opens as a tribute to t...

    Pre-1600

    1. 948 – Jing Zong, emperor of the Liao Dynasty(d. 982) 2. 1145 – Ibn Jubayr, Spanish geographer and poet (d. 1217) 3. 1288 – Elizabeth Richeza of Poland(d. 1335) 4. 1341 – Frederick III the Simple, King of Sicily (d. 1377) 5. 1453 – Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba, Spanish general (d. 1515) 6. 1477 – Bartolomeo Fanfulla, Italian mercenary (d. 1525) 7. 1561 – Gervase Helwys, English murderer (d. 1615) 8. 1566 – Edward Alleyn, English actor and major figure of the Elizabethan theatre; founder of...

    1601-1900

    1. 1606 – Nicholas Slanning, English politician (d. 1643) 2. 1608 – Giacomo Torelli, Italian stage designer, engineer, and architect (d. 1678) 3. 1647 – Princess Anna Sophie of Denmark, daughter of King Frederick III of Denmark (d. 1717) 4. 1653 – Johann Pachelbel, German organist, composer, and educator (d. 1706) 5. 1689 – Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer, Bohemian architect, designed Ss. Cyril and Methodius Cathedral(d. 1751) 6. 1711 – William IV, Prince of Orange(d. 1751) 7. 1726 – Johann Becker...

    1901-present

    1. 1902 – Kazimierz Dąbrowski, Polish psychiatrist and psychologist (d. 1980) 2. 1904 – George Biswell, English footballer (d. 1981) 3. 1904 – Johnny Mack Brown, American football player and actor (d. 1974) 4. 1906 – Joaquín Balaguer, Dominican lawyer and politician, 49th President of the Dominican Republic(d. 2002) 5. 1906 – Franz Biebl, German composer and educator (d. 2001) 6. 1906 – Eleanor Hibbert, English author (d. 1993) 7. 1906 – Arthur Rowe, English footballer and manager (d. 1993) 8...

    Pre-1600

    1. 870 – Muhammad al-Bukhari, Persian scholar (b. 810) 2. 1081 – Bishop Eusebius of Angers 3. 1159 – Pope Adrian IV(b. 1100) 4. 1198 – Dulce, Queen of Portugal(b. 1160) 5. 1215 – Otto, bishop of Utrecht 6. 1256 – Kujō Yoritsune, Japanese shōgun (b. 1218) 7. 1327 – Foulques de Villaret, Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller 8. 1339 – Henry XIV, Duke of Bavaria(b. 1305) 9. 1376 – Philip of Valois, Duke of Orléans(b. 1336) 10. 1414 – William de Ros, 6th Baron de Ros, English politician, Lord H...

    1601-1900

    1. 1615 – Étienne Pasquier, French lawyer and jurist (b. 1529) 2. 1646 – Francis Windebank, English statesman (b. 1582) 3. 1648 – Marin Mersenne, French mathematician, theologian, and philosopher (b. 1588) 4. 1678 – Jan Brueghel the Younger, Flemish painter (b. 1601) 5. 1685 – Leoline Jenkins, Welsh lawyer, jurist, and politician, Secretary of State for the Northern Department(b. 1625) 6. 1687 – Henry More, English priest and philosopher (b. 1614) 7. 1706 – Cornelis de Man, Dutch painter (b....

    1901-present

    1. 1922 – Samu Pecz, Hungarian architect and academic (b. 1854) 2. 1930 – Peeter Põld, Estonian scientist and politician, 1st Estonian Minister of Education(b. 1878) 3. 1943 – Charles Atangana, Cameroonian ruler (b. 1880) 4. 1947 – Frederick Russell Burnham, American soldier and adventurer (b. 1861) 5. 1953 – Bernard O'Dowd, Australian journalist, author, and poet (b. 1866) 6. 1967 – Siegfried Sassoon, English soldier and writer (b. 1886) 7. 1969 – Drew Pearson, American journalist and author...

    Anniversary of the Start of the Armed Struggle (Eritrea)
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    Disaster Prevention Day (Japan)
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