1894 in the United States

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1894 in the United States
Years: 1891 1892 189318941895 1896 1897

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Events from the year 1894 in the United States.

Incumbents[edit]

Federal Government[edit]

Events[edit]

Undated[edit]

  • In the U.S., the Society of Beaux-Arts Architects is founded.
  • Chatham Episcopal Institute (now known as Chatham Hall ) is founded in Chatham, Virginia, USA.
  • Frederick W. Tamblyn founded Tamblyn Studio & School of Penmanship which later became Ziller of Kansas City the oldest Calligraphy Studio in United States.

Ongoing[edit]

Births[edit]

  • February 25 – Frank P. Briggs, United States Senator from Missouri from 1945 till 1947. (died 1992)
  • March 14 – Osa Johnson (née Leighty), adventurer and filmmaker, wife of Martin Johnson (died 1953)
  • March 31 – Francis T. Maloney, United States Senator from Connecticut from 1935 till 1945. (died 1945)
  • June 5 – James Glenn Beall, United States Senator from Maryland from 1953 till 1965. (died 1971)
  • August 29 – Henry Dworshak, United States Senator from Idaho from 1946 till 1949 and from 1949 till 1962. (died 1962)
  • October 4 – Patrick V. McNamara, United States Senator from Michigan from 1955 till 1966. (died 1966)
  • October 9 – Ernest McFarland, United States Senator from Arizona from 1941 till 1953. (died 1984)
  • November 23 – Andrew Frank Schoeppel, United States Senator from Kansas from 1947 till 1962. (died 1962)
  • December 29 – J. Lister Hill, United States Senator from Alabama from 1938 till 1969. (died 1984)

Deaths[edit]

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