Category Archives: 19th Century

Historical Facts from 1801 to 1900 CE

January 4, 1854

On January 4, 1854, Captain William McDonald discovered the McDonald Islands. They are halfway between Madagascar and Antarctica and are currently owned by Australia. The islands are mostly barren, cold and volcanic. Australia stated that the islands are perfect for … Continue reading

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January 3, 1871

On January 3, 1871, Henry W. Bradley patented oleomargarine. This was just one of the many steps that the Illuminati have used to take over the world. Oleomargarine, also called margarine, also called oleo, also called marge, also called “that … Continue reading

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December 30, 1887

On December 30, 1887, the home secretary of Queen Victoria of England received a petition from over 1,000,000 women that asked that public houses be closed on Sundays. And when those 1,000,000 women said public houses, they meant pubs, where … Continue reading

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December 24, 1818

On December 24, 1818, the alignment of the stars was perfect and “Silent Night” was performed for the first time at St Nicholas parish church in Oberndorf, Austria. Father Joseph Mohr brought his poem “Stille Nacht”, which he’d written two … Continue reading

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December 23, 1880

On December 23, 1880, Thomas Edison incorporated the Edison Electric Light Company of Europe. He said it was time for Europe to experience the strange magic of electricity, including that evil woman, Queen Victoria, who really shouldn’t be trying to … Continue reading

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December 18, 1833

On December 18, 1833, the national anthem of the Russian Empire, “God Save the Tsar!” was first performed for Nicholas I. It went a little something like this, “GOD you better save the Tsar! He’s Strong and Sovereign and reigns … Continue reading

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December 8, 1854

On December 8, 1854, Pope Pius IX proclaimed the dogma of the Immaculate Conception, which isn’t what most of you think it is. It not that Jesus was born free of original sin, but instead the Catholic Church said that … Continue reading

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December 4, 1812

On December 4, 1812, Peter Gaillard of Lancaster, Pennsylvania became the patron saint of jean shorts wearing, white tennis shoe owning, grill mastering American dads throughout the world. He patented the first power mower. All hail Peter Gaillard and his … Continue reading

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November 29, 1870

On November 29, 1870, Great Britain’s parliament passed the Elementary Act that required all children between the ages of five and thirteen to attend school. Just like in the United States, the ancestors of future anti-vaxxers and Flat Earthers complained … Continue reading

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November 18, 1883

On November 18, 1883, American and Canadian railroads, with the cooperation of their federal governments, instituted five standard continental time zones, which ended the confusion of thousands of separate local times. That’s right, in the United States and Canada, cities … Continue reading

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