History of 1901

President William McKinley was shot by anarchist Leon Czolgosz and died 8 days later. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt was sworn into office.

Radio was born - in the form of wireless telegraphy - when the morse code letter for "S" was transmitted from Poldhu in Cornwall, England to Newfoundland, Canada by Guglielmo Marconi.

Andrew Carnegie's $5,200,000 donation helped set up the New York Public Library system.

Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer" enjoyed a resurgence in popularity as ragtime piano evolved into an original American musical form.

Thomas Edison improved his motion picture camera by adding a device that allowed it to "pan."

At The Seaford American Legion      Seaford, NY

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September 9, 1901

September 9, 2001


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