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1535 - @ In a letter Florentine merchant Francesco Lapi uses the @ sign for the first time in recorded history
1935 - The Church of England broke away from the Roman Catholic Church (1931-1934)
1543 - Copernicus publishes his theory that the Earth and the other planets revolve around the Sun
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1600 - William Gilbert suggests a link between static electricity and magnetism. Origiator of the word electricity. Originator of the word electricity
1610 - Galileo Galilei discovers the moon's terrain and Jupiter's four largest moons. His view of the heavens as a place started a scientific revolution
1620 - John Alden, b. 1599, d. Sept. 12, 1687, was one of the Pilgrim Fathers who came to America in the Mayflower, signed the Mayflower Compact, and founded Plymouth Colony
1700 - Germany and Denmark-Norway adopt the Gregorian calendar. Russia accepts Julian calendar

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1766 - STUBBLEFIELD, - FROM WESTOVER CHAPEL ENGLAND. William Jefferson Stubblefield ("Capt. "Billy's") Forefathers
1769 - Born: Napoleon I Bonaparte (1769-1821), in Ajaccio on the Island of Corsica
1775 - The American Revolutionary War (1775--1783), also known as the American War of Independence
1776 - United States of America - Founders, on behalf of the Thirteen British colonies, declared their independence as the United States of America
1789 - Born: George Washington (1789-1797), in Virginia. First U.S. President. Wife Martha Washington
1791 - Born: Michael Faraday (1791-1867), English chemist and physicist, or in the terminology of that time, natural philosopher.
1798 - Alien and Sedition Acts. Four laws enacted by the Federalist-controlled U.S. Congress, allegedly in response to the hostile actions of the French Revolutionary government, allthough, he had openly expressed its sympathies for the French Revolutionaries.

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1535-0504 - @ In a letter Florentine merchant Francesco Lapi uses the @ sign for the first time in recorded history.
1535 - The Ottomans capture Baghdad.
1935 - The Church of England broke away from the Roman Catholic Church (1931-1934)
1537 - England adhered to the Roman Catholic church for nearly a thousand years, before the church separated from Rome and recognized King Henry VIII as the head of the Church. Henry maintained a strong preference for the traditional Catholic practices and, during his reign, Protestant reformers were unable to make many changes to the practices of the Church of England. Under his son, Edward VI, the church became theologically more radical, and Edward VI was notable for further differentiating Anglicanism from the practices of the Roman Catholic Church (1537 before rejoining the Roman church during the reign of Queen Mary I, in 1555. The settlement under Elizabeth I (from 1558) of a mildly protestant, catholic, apostolic, and established church (i.e. subject to and part of the state) that accommodates a wide range of theological positions has essentially been its character since. In some parts of the world, an Anglican is known as an Episcopalian.
1540 - Francisco Vásquez de Coronado sights the Grand Canyon.
1543 - Copernicus publishes his theory that the Earth and the other planets revolve around the Sun.
1545 - Theory of complex numbers first developed by Gerolamo Cardamo of Italy.
1546 - Dies: Martin Luther, German religious reformer (1483-1546), in Eisleben, Germany. His teachings inspired the Reformation and deeply influenced the doctrines and culture of the Lutheran and Protestant traditions. His translation of the Bible furthered the development of a standard version of the German language and added several principles to the art of translation. His translation significantly influenced the English King James Version of the Bible. Due to the recently developed printing press, his writings were widely read, influencing many subsequent Reformers and thinkers, giving rise to diversifying Protestant traditions in Europe and elsewhere.
1556 - The Shaanxi Earthquake in China is history's deadliest known earthquake.
1555 - The Muscovy Company is the first major English joint stock trading company.
1577-80 - Francis Drake circles the World
1565 - Conrad Gessner, a Swiss naturalist, was the first to document the graphite pencil in 1565. See 1789 Graphite
1566-1648 - Eighty Years' War between Spain and the Netherlands.
1585-1604 - The Anglo-Spanish War is fought on both sides of the Atlantic.
1588 - England repulses the Spanish Armada.
1589 - Spain repulses the English Armada.
1582 - Gregorian Calendar adopted by Catholic countries.
Graphite is the substance used as the writing material (lead) in common pencils.
1583 - Galileo Galilei of Pisa, Italy identified the constant swing of a pendulum, leading to development of reliable timekeepers.
1600 - William Gilbert (1544-1603) was born in Colchester, England. Physician and natural philosopher. He was the originator of the word electricity and suggested a link between static electricity and magnetism. His primary work was De Magnete, Magneticisque Corporibus, et de Magno Magnete Tellure (On the Magnet and Magnetic eyes, and on That Great Magnet the Earth) published in 1600. In this work he describes many of his experiments with his model earth called the terrella. From his experiments, he concluded that the Earth was itself magnetic and that this was the reason compasses pointed north (previously, some believed that it was the pole star (Polaris) or a large magnetic island on the north pole that attracted the compass). In his book, he also studied static electricity using amber; amber is called elektron in Greek, so Gilbert decided to call its effect the electric force.
Gilbert strongly argued that electricity and magnetism were not the same thing. For evidence, he (incorrectly) pointed out that electrical attraction disappeared with heat, magnetic attraction did not. It took James Clerk Maxwell to show electromagnetism is, in fact, two sides of the same coin. Even then, Maxwell simply surmised this in his A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism after much analysis. By keeping clarity, Gilbert's strong distinction advanced science for nearly 250 years.
1600 - Genealogists trace the line of John Davison Rockefeller back to Germany in the 1600s. John Davison Rockefeller, Sr. (1839-1937) was an American industrialist who played a prominent role in the early oil industry with the founding of Standard Oil (ExxonMobil is the largest of its descendants). Over a forty-year period, Rockefeller built Standard Oil into the largest and most profitable company in the world, and was for a time the richest man in the world. His business career was controversial. He was bitterly attacked by muckraking journalists; his company was convicted in federal court of monopolistic practices and broken up in 1911. He spent his last forty years focused on philanthropic pursuits, primarily related to education and public health, eventually giving away most of his wealth. He was a devout Northern Baptist and supported many church activities throughout his life.
1610 - Galileo Galilei discovers the moon's terrain and Jupiter's four largest moons. His view of the heavens as a place started a scientific revolution, and would forever change how we view the universe around us.
1620 - John Alden, b. 1599?, d. Sept. 12, 1687, was one of the Pilgrim Fathers who came to America in the Mayflower, signed the Mayflower Compact, and founded Plymouth Colony in 1620. Thereafter he held various public offices, including that of deputy governor of Massachusetts (1664-65, 1667). The unfounded details of his wooing of fellow Pilgrim Priscilla Mullens (or Molines)--whom he did marry--were the subject of the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem "The Courtship of Miles Standish."

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1723 - Born: Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), in Boston. One of the founding father of the United Statesm printner, writer, scientist, inventor, civic activist and diplomat. Invented the glass armonica, Franklin stove, bifocal glasses, urinary cathether and he also invented the lightening rod conductor, (Blitzableiter) or lightening rod attractor, as part of a groundbreaking exploration of electricity. In the 19th century the lightning rod became a symbol of American ingenuity and a decorative motif.
1762 - France ceded the Louisiana Territory to Spain.
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1766s - THREE STUBBLEFIELD BROTHERS, (John Stubblefield, William Stubblefield, Edward Stubblefield) EMIGRATED FROM WESTOVER CHAPEL ENGLAND. Capt. "Billy's" Forefathers originally came from Germany To England, then to America. Son of William Stubblefield was Richard Robert Stubblefield (his wife was a Coleman), settled in North Carolina Son of Edward Stubblefield was John Robert Stubblefield, settled in Virginia and wrote a book "The Memoirs of Robert Stubblefield." Beverly B. Stubblefield, was the Son of Richard Robert Stubblefield of North Carolina; and father of Capt. "Billy." Beverly B. Stubblefield, was a Mason. Married Rebecca Wilson of North Carolina. In 1835, they moved from North Carolina to Kentucky, and settled in Concord. CHILDREN OF BEVERLY AND REBECCA (WILSON) STUBBLEFIELD: William Stubblefield (Captain Billy), a lawyer, Alfonso Stubblefield, a lawyer, Lou Ellen, (married Jim Shelby) Eliza Ann (married A. Bruce). MORE STORY NBS & CAPT. BILLY EDUCATION
1769 - Born: Napoleon I Bonaparte (1769-1821) on 15 August, in Ajaccio on the Island of Corsica.
1775 - The American Revolutionary War (1775--1783), also known as the American War of Independence, was a war between Great Britain and revolutionaries. Throughout the war, the British were able to use their naval superiority to capture and occupy coastal cities.
1776 - United States of America - Founders, on behalf of the Thirteen British colonies, declared their independence as the United States of America.
1777 - France, Spain, and the Netherlands entered the war against Great Britain. French involvement proved decisive, with a naval victory in the Chesapeake leading to the surrender of a British army at Yorktown in 1781. The Treaty of Paris in 1783 recognized the independence of the United States.
1789 - Born: George Washington (1789-1797), on Feb. 22, in Virginia. First U.S. President. Wife Martha Washington.
1791 - Born: James Buchanan, (1791-1868), in Cove Gap near Mercersburg, Pennslyvania. Fifth U.S. President, (1857-1861). Great-grand uncle of Ada Mae Buchanan-Stubblefield, wife of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield.
Graphite named by Abraham Gottlob Werner in 1789 from the Greek grafein: "to draw/write", for its use in pencils is one of the allotropes of carbon. Unlike diamond, graphite is an electrical conductor, and can be used, for instance, as the material in the electrodes of an electrical arc lamp. Graphite holds the distinction of being the most stable form of solid carbon ever discovered. It may be considered to be the highest grade of coal, just above anthracite, although it is not normally used as fuel because it is hard to ignite.
1791 - Born: Michael Faraday, (1791-1867), on-September 22. English chemist and physicist, or in the terminology of that time, natural philosopher.
1797 - John Adams: Second U.S. President, 1797-1801. (b. Oct. 30, 1735 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, d. July 4, 1826 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts). Married to Abigail Smith Adams.
1798 - Alien and Sedition Acts. Four laws enacted by the Federalist-controlled U.S. Congress, allegedly in response to the hostile actions of the French Revolutionary government, allthough, he had openly expressed its sympathies for the French Revolutionaries.
••• The Alien Act and the Alien Enemies Act, which gave the President the power to imprison or deport aliens suspected of activities posing a threat to the national government. The Alien and Sedition Acts provoked the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions and did much to unify the Republican party and to foster Republican victory in the election of 1800. The Republican-controlled Congress repealed the Naturalization Act in 1802; the others were allowed to expire (1800&endash;1801).
1799 - Napoleon was a general of the French Revolution; the ruler of France as First Consul (Premier Consul) of the French Republic from November 11, 1799 to May 18, 1804.

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