The Queen of Britan & Ireland

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  • Queen victoria is born

    Queen victoria is born
    Duke Duchess of Kent's child Victoria is born.Victoria, was born at 4.15 a.m. on 24 May 1819 at Kensington Palace in London.The only child of Edward, Duke of Kent, and Victoria Maria Louisa of Saxe-Coburg.(encyclopedia of world biography)
  • Victoria is christened

    Victoria is christened
    Christened privately by the Archbishop of Canterbury.She was baptized Alexandrina, after one of her godparents, Emperor Alexander I of Russia, and Victoria after her mom. Georgina and Georgiana were then proposed by the dukes brother Gorge IV.(Queen and empress)
  • John Quincy Adams inaugurated as 6th President of the USA

    John Quincy Adams inaugurated as 6th President of the USA
    John Quincy Adams was inaugurated as 6th President of the USA. This took place on Friday, March 4, 1825,in the House Chamber of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Adams had a four-year term of as President. And was the first president to have been a son of a former President(John Adams).
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  • Victoria becomes Heiress

    Victoria becomes Heiress
    Her uncle George IV died in 1830.And she became heiress .Before her next surviving uncle, William IV.(encyclopedias of world biography)
  • "I Puritani" premieres in Paris

    "I Puritani" premieres in Paris
    Vincenzo Bellini's opera "I Puritani" premieres in Paris. It was originally written in two acts and later changed to three acts. It was about Têtes Rondes et Cavaliers (Roundheads and Cavaliers). (On this day.com)
  • Victoria becomes Queen Victoria

    Victoria becomes Queen Victoria
    On June 20th, Victoria, at age 18, becomes Queen of England. She had heard her her uncle William IV had died.Becoming queen granted the young Victoria freedoms she had never previously had ever experienced.(The Victorian woman)
  • The queens conronation

    The queens conronation
    A year later the coronation was held at Westminster Abbey .The coronation was a big occasion and four hundred thousand visitors went to London to see the new Queen. The new railways made it easier for 400,000 people to come to London.(book of famous queens)
  • Daguerrotype photo

    Daguerrotype photo
    Daguerrotype photo process announced at French Academy of Science .This was the first publicly available photographic process. The image is on a mirror-like silver surface, normally kept under glass.(On this day.com)(wired.com)
  • Queen Victoria marries Prince Albert

    Queen Victoria marries Prince Albert
    Price albert is her first cousin( normal back in that day).In April 1836 Victoria’s mother invited her cousins Ernst and Albert to London for the princess’s 17th birthday celebrations in Kensington Palace,.
    young Victoria was liked Albert and thought he was extremely handsome. The rest is history.(queen of famous queens)
  • first child is born

    first child is born
    The Queen hated being pregnant and was not found of babies she actually though they were quite ugly. She was named after her mother Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa. The eldest eventually became the Empress of Germany and Queen of Prussia by marriage to German Emperor Frederick III.(Queen Victoria and the "bloody marry of Madagascar".)
  • Dominican Republic gains independence from Haiti (National Day)

    Dominican Republic gains independence from Haiti (National Day)
    This holiday is celebrated on the 27th of February. It is the Dominican Republic's National Day .And it commemorates independence from Haiti in 1844.(On this day.com)
  • Victoria takes control of India

    Victoria takes control of India
    After the Indian Mutiny in 1857. The government of India was transferred. From the East India Company to the Crown.(on this day.com)
  • Victoria mourns over her husbands death

    Victoria mourns over her husbands death
    After Albert's death, Victoria into a deep mourning and avoided public appearances. Victoria was overwhelmed by grief and in mourning until the end of her life. She even went as far to having the maids set out his clothes every morning.(queen and empress)
  • Donkey first used as symbol of Democratic Party, in Harper's Weekly

    Donkey first used as symbol of Democratic Party, in Harper's Weekly
    "On January 14, 1870, the first recorded use of a donkey to represent the Democratic Party appears in Harper's Weekly. ... Four years later, Nash originated the use of an elephant to symbolize the Republican Party in a Harper's Weekly cartoon entitled “The Third-Term Panic.” (on this day.com)
  • Alice Sanger becomes 1st female White House staffer

    Alice Sanger becomes 1st female White House staffer
    "Alice becomes the 1st female white house staffer. Alice Sanger’s appointment may have been an olive branch to the growing women’s suffrage movement.That had gathered momentum during Harrison’s presidency." (on this day.com)
  • The death of the queen

    The death of the queen
    She died in the Osborne House, East Cowes, United Kingdom. Her 63-year reign, the longest in British history.And after she had 37 surviving great-grandchildren.(Queen and empress)
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    During this timespan Queen Victoria goes on to have 8 more children

    After having her first baby the queen goes on to have 8 more children during the years.(the Victorian woman)