WHAT ALL HAPPENED JULY TO DECEMBER 1892
Find out what all happened July to December 1892

3,800 striking steelworkers engage in a day-long battle with Pinkerton agents during the Homestead Strike, leaving 10 dead and dozens wounded. (6. July 1892)

The father and stepmother of Lizzie Borden are found murdered in their Fall River, Massachusetts home. (4. August 1892)

The Pledge of Allegiance is first recited. (8. September 1892)

Dadabhai Naoroji is elected as the first Indian Member of Parliament in Britain. (6. July 1892)

The Pledge of Allegiance is first recited by students in many US public schools, as part of a celebration marking the 400th anniversary of Columbus's voyage. (12. October 1892)

St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada is devastated in the Great Fire of 1892. (8. July 1892)

First issue of Vogue is published (17. December 1892)

Western Samoa changes the International Date Line, so that year it had 367 days, with two occurrences of Monday, July 4. (4. July 1892)

The New Orleans general strike begins, uniting black and white American trade unionists in a successful four-day general strike action for the first time. (8. November 1892)

Opening ceremonies for the World's Columbian Exposition are held in Chicago, though because construction was behind schedule, the exposition did not open until May 1, 1893. (21. October 1892)

Premiere performance of The Nutcracker by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in Saint Petersburg, Russia. (18. December 1892)

Katipunan: the Revolutionary Philippine Brotherhood is established, contributing to the fall of the Spanish Empire in Asia. (7. July 1892)

Thomas Edison receives a patent for a two-way telegraph. (9. August 1892)

The first night game for American football takes place in a contest between Wyoming Seminary and Mansfield State Normal. (28. September 1892)

William "Pudge" Heffelfinger becomes the first professional American football player on record, participating in his first paid game for the Allegheny Athletic Association. (12. November 1892)

Edward Emerson Barnard discovers D/1892 T1, the first comet discovered by photographic means, on the night of October 13–14. (13. October 1892)

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