What Happened in 1791?


Several historical events took place in 1791. Some of which are: Austria and Turkey signing Peace of Sistova, Bank of US opening, Bill of Rights being ratified when Virginia gave its approval and Mozart's opera 'Magic Flute' premiering in Vienna.
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Important events in the year 1791 include: the United States Bill of Rights was ratified on December 15, the Champ de Mars Massacre occurred during the French Revolution on July 17 and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died at age 35 on December 5.
Also, the Brandenburg Gate was completed in Berlin, Germany and the Haitian Revolution began on August 22.
The United States Mint was created by the U.S. Congress in March 1791. In September 1791, King Louis XVI of France accepts the new constitution. Maybe best of all, in December 1791 the United States Bill of Rights was passed. You can find more information here: http://library.thinkquest.org/C006257/revolution/const_1791.shtml
1791 was a interesting year in history. England separated the providence of Quebec into two portions. The Haitian Slave Revolution also took place in this year. The country of France held its first assembly of legislators. And the first Catholic based college in America, Georgetown, opened its doors.
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