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* [[March 19]]: Reverend [[Hans Reuter]] was installed at [[First Lutheran Church|Zion Lutheran Church]].
 
* [[March 19]]: Reverend [[Hans Reuter]] was installed at [[First Lutheran Church|Zion Lutheran Church]].
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* [[March 29]]: [[Christ Episcopal Church Fairfield|Christ Episcopal Church]] was founded in [[Fairfield]].
 
* The [[Altrurian Society]] was founded in Birmingham.
 
* The [[Altrurian Society]] was founded in Birmingham.
 
* [[Arthur Dycer]] was ordained in the Methodist Church of Canada.
 
* [[Arthur Dycer]] was ordained in the Methodist Church of Canada.

Revision as of 11:07, 21 September 2016

1911 was the 40th year after the founding of the city of Birmingham.

Events

Former president Theodore Roosevelt addresses a crowd in Ensley during the 7th Annual Conference on Child Labor.

Business

Government

Religion

Sports

Individuals

Births

Gail Patrick

Graduations

Marriages

Deaths

Works

The Women's Club House

Buildings

See Also

Gallery

Context

In 1911, the first Monte Carlo races were held. A fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City killed 146. The Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre. Roald Amundsen's expedition became the first to reach the South Pole.

Books published in 1911 included The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett and The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux. Popular music published included "Alexander's Ragtime Band" by Irving Berlin and "(On) Moonlight Bay" by Edward Madden & Percy Wenrich.

Notable births in 1911 included burlesque entertainer Gypsy Rose Lee, baseball player Hank Greenberg, actress Butterfly McQueen, President Ronald Reagan, author L. Ron Hubbard, murderer Jack Ruby, playwright Tennessee Williams, chemist Melvin Calvin, actor Vincent Price, film composer Bernard Herrmann, singer LaVerne Andrews, actress & dancer Ginger Rogers, actress Lucille Ball, and singer & actor Roy Rogers. Notable deaths included composer Gustav Mahler, dramatist W. S. Gilbert, temperance activist Carrie Nation, Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan, aviator Eugene Burton Ely, and newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer.

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