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  • 1st -
    1796   Americans occupy Fort Mackinac.

     

    2nd -
    1902   Detroit suffers its first automobile fatality.

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    3rd -
    1921   Earnest Hemingway marries at Horton Bay.

  • 4th -     Labor Day
    1962   The 21st Michigan goes to war.

    5th -
    1881   Forest fires race across the Thumb.

    6th -
    1901   Leon F. Czolgosz shoots President William McKinley.

    7th -
    1963   Earl "Dutch" Clark enters the Professional Football Hall of Fame.

    8th -
    1896   Suomi College opens in Hancock.

    9th -
    1925   Dr. Ossian Sweet defends his family.

    10th -
    1813   The Americans are victorious at Put-in-Bay.

    11th -     Patriot Day
    1982   The USS Michigan trident submarine is launched. This was the third navel vessel with that name.

    12th -
    1862   Conscription comes to Michigan.

  • Bach's Lunch ** Noon till 1:00pm ~ Grand Rapids ~ Kent County
  • 13th -
    1832   Father Gabriel Richard dies.

  • Fest of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross ** 7:00pm ~ Marine City ~ Saint Clair County
  • 14th -
    1968   Denny McLain wins game 30.

    15th -
    1901   The Detroit Tigers record their most lopsided shutout victory, beating Cleveland 21-0 in the second game of a double headers.

    16th -
    1908   General Motos is chartered.

    17th -
    1962   Michiganians fight at Antietam.

    18th -
    1679   The first sailing vessel on the Great Lakes, The Griffin heads east to Niagara. It disappeared on its return trip and was never seen again.

  • 19th -
    1864   The Civil War comes to the Detroit River.

    20th -
    1900   H. O'Reilly Clint, one of two men credited for creating the official state song, "My Michigan" was born.

  • 21th -
    1835   John Horner arrives in Michigan.

    22th -     Autumn Begins (EST)
    1857   William Gwinn Mather is born.

    23th -     1st Day of Rosh Hashanah
    1934   The Detroit Lions play their first NFL game, shutting out the New York Giants 9-0 in front of 12,000 fans.

    24th -     Ramadan Begins
    1830   A public hanging occurs in Detroit.

    25th -
    1849   The Michigan State Fair—the nation's oldest state fair—opened at the corner of Woodward and Duffield in Detroit on land owned by George V.N. Lothrop. Admission was one shilling (about 12.5 cents), and the fair's more than fifteen thousand visitors viewed an assortment of exhibits, including the latest invention—the safety pin.

    26th -
    1998   Michigan football sets a single-game attendance record. 111,238 fans watched the Wolverines defeat rival Michigan State, 29-17.

    27th -
    1999   Tiger Stadium hosts its last Tiger game.

    28th -
    1935   The Democratic Free Press and Michigan Intelligencer becomes a daily newspaper.

  • 29th -
    1913   American troops reoccupy Detroit.

  • 30th -
    1965   The First Michigan Colored Infantry heads home.




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