September 24 in History

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Huey Rider, Sep 24, 2020.

  1. Huey Rider

    Huey Rider G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history


    First Supreme Court established-1789.

    Mohamed completes Hegira-622.

    Warren Commission report submitted to LBJ-1964.

    Mormon Church officially denounces polygamy-1890.

    Honda Motor Company incorporated-1948.

    Chicago Seven go on trial-1969.

    Bulgaria seeks ceasefire with Allied Bpowers-1918.

    Japanese gather preliminary data on Pearl Harbor-1941.



    INNERGIZE DAY!!

    NATIONAL CHERRIES JUBILEE DAY!!

    NATIONAL PUNCTUATION DAY!!

    SCHWENKFELDER THANKSGIVING!!



     
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  2. Ten Man

    Ten Man G&G Evangelist

    And the last Founding Member (RBG) has finally relinquished her seat.
     

  3. Huey Rider

    Huey Rider G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

  4. neophyte

    neophyte Wonderment :) Forum Contributor

    Huey Rider: Sir; given our present day. The beginning

    https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/who-were-the-first-six-supreme-court-justices

    The original six Justices were appointed by President George Washington and confirmed by the Senate. The group included a Chief Justice who became the most-hated man in America for a time; a justice who didn’t want to the serve despite the Senate’s confirmation; and another justice who literally jumped into Charleston Bay when he lost his seat on the bench.

    The first business of the First Congress was to establish a law setting up the Supreme Court. The framers had made provisions for the court in Article III, Section 1, of the Constitution, but it took the Judiciary Act of 1789 to make the court a reality.

    Lawmakers passed the Judiciary Act on September 24, 1789, which established the framework for the Supreme Court, as well as circuit and district courts and the attorney general’s office. President George Washington named six Supreme Court justices who were approved within two days by Congress.

    The date of February 1, 1790 was set for the Court’s first meeting. John Jay, who Washington’s choice for Chief Justice, had to wait a day to start a full session after travel issues delayed some of the jurists.
     
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  5. mitchr

    mitchr G&G Evangelist

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    That's what we need to see now, replacing RBG!
     
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