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Nixon - Notable Historical Events

Richard NixonSep 23, 1952

KhrushchevJul 24, 1959

JFKOct 21, 1960

Henry KissingerDec 2, 1968

Gerald FordOct 12, 1973

Jim ThorpeOct 20, 1973

Mao ZedongFeb 27, 1976

Jimmy CarterOct 8, 1981

George SteinbrennerJan 19, 1989

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Nixon - Historical Events
Date Event
1776-07-08

Col John Nixon gave 1st public reading of Decaration of Independence (Philadelphia)

1952-09-23

Richard Nixon makes his "Checker's" speech

1953-11-19

US VP Richard Nixon visits Hanoi

1955-07-22

1st VP to preside over cabinet meeting-R Nixon

1956-08-22

Pres Eisenhower & VP Nixon renominated by Rep convention in SF

1958-04-28

Vice Pres Richard Nixon begins goodwill tour of Latin America

1958-05-08

VP Nixon is shoved, stoned, booed & spat upon by protesters in Peru

1958-05-13

Rioters attack US VP Richard Nixon in Venezuela

1959-07-23

VP Richard Nixon begins visit on USSR

1959-07-24

US VP Nixon argues with Khrushchev, known as "Kitchen Debate"

1959-11-21

Jack Benny (violin) & Richard Nixon (piano) play their famed duet

1960-07-27

US Vice-president Richard Nixon nominated for presidential candidate at Republican convention in Chicago

1960-07-28

Republican National convention selects Richard Nixon as candidate

1960-09-26

1st of 4 TV debates Nixon & Kennedy took place (Chicago)

1960-10-07

2nd JFK & Richard Nixon debate

1960-10-12

JFK & Richard Nixon's third presidential debate

1960-10-13

Third presidential debate with Nixon in Hollywood & Kennedy in NY

1960-10-21

JFK & Nixon clashed in 4th & final presidential debate (NYC)

1960-11-08

JFK (Sen-D-Mass) beats VP Richard Nixon (R) to become 35th US president

1962-11-07

Richard Nixon tells press he won't be available to kick around any more after losing election for Governor of California

1967-11-30

Julie Nixon & David Eisenhower announce their engagement

1968-02-01

Former US VP Richard Nixon announces candidacy for president

1968-08-08

Republican convention in Miami Beach nominates Richard Nixon for president

1968-09-16

Richard Nixon appears on "Laugh-in"

1968-11-05

Nixon (R) beats VP Humphrey (D) & George C Wallace for presidency

1968-11-06

Nixon elected 37th pres of US, defeating Hubert Humphrey

1968-12-02

Pres Nixon names Henry Kissinger security advisor

1969-01-20

Richard M Nixon inaugurated as president

1969-02-27

President Nixon visits West-Berlin

1969-03-20

US president Nixon proclaims he will end Vietnam war in 1970

1969-06-08

Nixon says 25,000 US troops would leave Vietnam by end of August

1969-08-02

US President Richard Nixon visits Romania

1969-11-16

US President Nixon becomes first president to attend a season NFL game while in office: the Dallas Cowboys beat the Washington Redskins 41-28

1969-11-26

Lottery for Selective Service draftees bill signed by President Nixon

1970-01-19

Nixon nominates G Harold Carswell to Supreme Court (fails)

1970-02-18

US president Nixon launches "Nixon-doctrine"

1970-04-01

Pres Nixon signs bill limiting cigarette advertisements on 1/1/71

1970-04-08

Senate rejects Nixon's nomination of Carswell to Supreme Court

1970-06-22

President Nixon signs 26th amendment (voting age lowered to 18)

1970-09-22

Pres Nixon requests 1,000 new FBI agents for college campuses

1970-11-03

Pres Nixon promises gradual troop removal of Vietnam

1971-02-14

Richard Nixon installs secret taping system in White House

1971-04-07

Pres Nixon orders lt Calley (Mi Lai) free

1971-04-14

President Nixon ends blockade against People's Republic of China

1971-05-03

Nixon administration arrests 13,000 anti-war protesters in 3 days

1971-05-18

Pres Nixon rejects 60 demands of Congressional Black Caucus

1971-07-15

Pres Nixon announces he would visit People's Rep of China

1971-08-15

US President Richard Nixon announces 90-day freeze on wages, prices & rents

1971-10-21

William H Rehnquist & Lewis F Powell nominated to US Supreme Court by Nixon, following resignations of Justices Hugo Black & John Harlan

1971-12-03

US President Richard Nixon commutes Jimmy Hoffa's jail term

1972-01-05

US President Nixon signs a bill for NASA to begin research on a manned space shuttle

1972-02-17

President Nixon leaves Washington DC for China

1972-02-21

Richard Nixon becomes 1st US president to visit China

1972-02-22

President Nixon, meets with Chinese Premier Chou En-Lai in Beijing

1972-02-27

Pres Nixon & Chinese Premier Chou En-lai issued Shanghai Communique

1972-02-28

Pres Richard Nixon ends historic week-long visit to China

1972-05-22

US president Nixon begins visit to Moscow

1972-05-26

Nixon & Brezhnev signs SALT accord

1972-06-23

Nixon & Haldeman agree to use CIA to cover up Watergate

1972-06-23

Pres Nixon signs act barring sex discrimination in college sports

1972-11-07

Pres Nixon (R) re-elected defeating George McGovern (D)

1972-12-30

Pres Nixon halts bombing of North Vietnam & announces peace talks

1973-01-15

Pres Nixon suspends all US offensive action in N Vietnam

1973-01-23

US President Nixon announces an accord has been reached to end Vietnam War

1973-03-19

Dean tells Nixon, "There is a cancer growing on the Presidency"

1973-04-30

Nixon announces resignation of Haldeman, Ehrlichman, et al

1973-05-22

President Nixon confesses his role in Watergate cover-up

1973-06-14

US President Richard Nixon administration imposes 60-day economy-wide price freeze, superseding Special Rule No. 1 for oil companies

1973-06-27

John W Dean tells Watergate Committee about Nixon's "enemies list"

1973-07-23

Pres Nixon refuses to release Watergate tapes of conversations in the White House relevant to the Watergate investigation

1973-09-13

Congress passes & sends a bill to Nixon to lift football's blackout

1973-09-14

Pres Nixon signed into law a measure lifting pro football's blackout

1973-10-12

Nixon nominates Gerald Ford to replace Spiro Agnew as VP

1973-10-20

President Nixon proclaims Jim Thorpe greatest athlete of 1st ½ century

1973-10-20

US president Nixon fires Watergate accuser Archibald Cox

1973-10-23

Nixon agrees to turn over White House tape recordings to Judge Sirica

1973-10-26

President Nixon released first White House tapes on Watergate scandal

1973-11-16

US Presidennt Richard Nixon authorizes construction of Alaskan pipeline

1973-11-17

US President Richard Nixon tells AP "...people have got to know whether or not their president is a crook. Well, I'm not a crook"

1973-11-21

Pres Nixon's attorney, J Fred Buzhardt, reveals presence of 18½ minute gap in a White House tape recording related to Watergate

1973-11-26

Nixon's personal sec, Rose Mary Woods, tells a federal court she accidentally caused part of 18½ minute gap in a key Watergate tape

1973-11-27

US President Richard Nixon signs the Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act, authorizing petroleum price, production, allocation and marketing controls

1973-12-28

US President Nixon signs Endangered Species Act into law

1974-01-02

55 MPH speed limit imposed by Richard Nixon

1974-01-04

Nixon refuses to hand over tapes subpoenaed by Watergate Committee

1974-02-06

US House of Reps begins determining grounds for impeachment of Nixon

1974-02-11

Henry Kissinger unveils Nixon Administration's seven-point "Project Independence" plan to make the U.S. energy independent

1974-03-02

Grand jury concludes Pres Nixon is involved in Watergate cover-up

1974-04-29

President Nixon said he will release edited tapes made in White House

1974-04-30

US President Richard Nixon hands over partial transcripts of Watergate tape recordings

1974-05-09

US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee begins formal hearings on Nixon impeachment

1974-06-27

US president Nixon visits USSR

1974-07-21

US House Judiciary approves two Articles of Impeachment against President Richard Nixon

1974-07-24

Supreme Court unanimously rules Nixon must turn over Watergate tapes

1974-07-27

House Judiciary Committee votes 27-11 recommends Nixon impeachment

1974-07-29

2nd impeachment vote against Nixon by House Judiciary Committee

1974-07-30

House Judiciary Committee votes on 3rd & last charge of "high crimes & misdemeanors" to impeach President Nixon in the Watergate cover-up

1974-08-05

US President Richard Nixon admits he withheld information about Watergate break-in

1974-08-08

US President Richard Nixon announces he'll resign his office 12PM Aug 9

1974-08-09

Richard Nixon resigns presidency, VP Gerald Ford swears oath of office to become 38th US president

1974-09-08

President Gerald Ford pardons former President Richard Nixon of all federal crimes

1975-08-10

David Frost purchases exclusive rights to interview Nixon

1976-02-27

Final meeting between Mao Zedong & Richard Nixon

1977-06-28

Supreme Court allows Federal control of Nixon tapes papers

1978-07-01

Former Pres Nixon makes 1st public speech since resigning in 1974

1978-12-20

H R Haldeman, Nixon's White House chief of staff released from jail

1981-01-23

1st Richard Nixon museum opens (San Clemente California)

1981-08-10

Richard Nixon Museum in San Clemente closes

1981-10-08

President Reagan greeted predecessors Jimmy Carter, Gerald R Ford & Richard Nixon before sending them to Egypt for Anwar Sadat's funeral

1989-01-19

President Reagan pardons George Steinbrenner for illegal funds for Nixon

1990-06-22

Braves replace manager Russ Nixon with GM Bobby Cox

1990-07-19

Richard Nixon library opens in Yorba Linda, Calif

1991-06-16

Otis Nixon steals NL record 6 bases in 1 day

1991-09-16

Atlanta's Otis Nixon suspended for rest of 1991 due to cocaine

1994-04-18

Former President Nixon suffered a stroke & dies 4 days later

1994-04-27

President Nixon buried in Nixon Library in Calif

2018-03-20

'Sex and the City' star Cynthia Nixon running for governor

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Nixon - Notable Birthdays

Richard NixonJan 9, 1913

William SafireDec 17, 1929

Cynthia NixonApr 9, 1966

Nixon - Birthdays
Date Event
1900-11-25

Helen Gahagan Douglas, Nixon's 1st opponent/(Rep-D-Ca)

1912-03-16

Patricia Nixon, [Thelma Catherine], Ely Nevada, 1st lady (1968-74)

1912-03-16

Pat Nixon, Disneyland '59

1912-06-19

Jerry Jerome, Our Nixon

1913-01-09

Richard Nixon, Yorba Linda, California, 37th President (R) of the United States (1969-74)

1913-01-09

Richard Nixon, David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon

1913-09-15

John Mitchell, Nixon's attorney general who went to jail

1914-05-12

Howard K Smith, LA, TV newsman (ABC, Moderated Kennedy-Nixon debate)

1915-08-17

Allan Nixon, Mesa of Lost Women

1917-12-26

Rosemary Woods, Nixon's secretary, keep her away from your tapes

1918-09-30

Lewis Nixon, WWII Veteran (d. 1996)

1919-12-29

David Nixon, Episode #6.7

1920-01-04

William Egan Colby, CIA director (Nixon)

1920-01-20

Cecil Stoughton, Nixon

1921-08-08

Roger Nixon, composer

1922-08-15

Boris Sichkin, Nixon

1925-03-20

John D Erlichman, Politician (Nixon aide, Watergate)

1926-04-06

Alexander Butterfield, Nixon

1927-02-03

Joan Lowery Nixon, American writer (d. 2003)

1927-02-03

Joan Lowery Nixon, Awake to Danger

1927-12-27

Agnes Nixon, American television producer, director, and writer

1927-12-27

Agnes Nixon, One Life to Live

1929-02-22

Marni Nixon, singer (for Audrey Hepburn, Natalie Wood & Deborah Kerr)

1929-12-17

William Safire, political columnist (NY Times)/speech writer (Nixon), (d. 2009)

1930-01-30

Samuel J. Byck, American attempted assassin of Richard Nixon (d. 1974)

1930-02-22

Marni Nixon, Mulan

1930-08-22

Wil Albert, Frost/Nixon

1938-01-01

Frank Langella, Bayonne, New Jersey, American actor (Dracula, Frost/Nixon)

1938-01-01

Frank Langella, Frost/Nixon

1939-04-07

David Frost, David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon

1939-05-12

Ronald Ziegler, press secretary (Nixon)

1940-11-29

Denny Doherty, Elvis Meets Nixon

1944-12-10

John Birt, David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon

1945-08-21

Patty McCormack, Frost/Nixon

1946-02-21

Tricia Nixon Cox, Richard Milhaus' daughter (or 0202)

1946-02-21

Tricia Nixon, Frost/Nixon

1946-10-31

Paul Travis Nixon, Jessica: A Ghost Story

1947-02-15

John Adams, Worcester Mass, composer (Nixon in China)

1947-04-01

David Eisenhower, grandson of Pres Dwight, married Julie Nixon

1948-03-31

David Eisenhower, Eisenhower's grandson (married Julie Nixon)

1948-07-05

Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Wash DC, daughter of Richard Milhaus

1948-07-05

Julie Nixon, Bob Hope: Laughing with the Presidents

1948-12-15

Hans Esselius, Nixon Visions

1953-06-22

John Kerry, Frost/Nixon

1955-05-31

Keith MacKechnie, Frost/Nixon

1955-10-10

Norman Nixon, Christmas Story

1957-08-02

Mojo Nixon, American musician and actor

1957-08-02

Mojo Nixon, Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever

1958-06-09

John Nixon, Gladiator

1958-08-03

Cindy Nixon, Nashville Tenn, singer (Girls Next Door-Don't Be Cruel)

1959-01-09

Otis Nixon, US baseball outfielder (Boston Red Sox, Texas Rangers)

1959-01-09

Otis Nixon, 1992 World Series: Atlanta Braves vs Toronto Blue Jays

1959-07-02

Mark E. Hough, The Assassination of Richard Nixon

1961-08-15

Karl J. Morris, The Assassination of JFK/The Resignation of Nixon

1962-06-09

James Stellar Jr., Nixon

1962-9-12

Ian Baptiste, The Assassination of Richard Nixon

1963-04-10

Peter Morgan, Frost/Nixon

1963-10-22

Stuart Nixon, Air Force One

1964-03-27

Jonathan Nixon, Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2

1966-04-09

Cynthia Nixon, NYC, actress (Addams Family Values, Pelican Brief)

1966-04-09

Cynthia Nixon, Sex and the City

1966-08-04

David Kelsey, Frost/Nixon

1967-05-12

Steven M. Stern, The Assassination of Richard Nixon

1967-07-15

Keith Jones, Elvis Meets Nixon

1969-07-01

Jason Bryant, Nixon

1970-01-01

Gabriel Jarret, Frost/Nixon

1970-03-23

Kate Jennings Grant, Frost/Nixon

1970-10-21

Paul Nixon, Episode dated 10 July 2013

1972-02-25

John Barr, Frost/Nixon

1972-05-30

Faith Nixon, The Beneficiary

1973-03-26

Scott Schaeffer, Frost/Nixon

1973-07-28

Nixon A McNamara McClean, West Indies cricket fast bowler (ODI 1996)

1974-04-11

Trot Nixon, American baseball player

1974-04-11

Trot Nixon, History Rings True: Red Sox Opening Day Ring Ceremony

1975-03-19

Livinia Nixon, Episode #1.6

1976-09-04

Clinton R. Nixon, American game designer

1976-10-20

Michelle Manhart, Frost/Nixon

1976-10-26

Robson Vieira, Frost/Nixon

1982-06-11

Nixon D. Guerrero, Machete

1983-01-15

Kaine Bennett Charleston, Frost/Nixon

1983-04-13

Derek Lee Nixon, Boundaries

1983-04-15

Ricky Nixon, Closed Circuit

1984-05-31

Vivian Nixon, (500) Days of Summer

1985-9-24

Kimberley Nixon, Black Death

1986-03-21

Sam Nixon, Episode #2.46

1986-04-23

Jeffry Sherman Nixon, Finlay Rogers and the Toxic Megacolon

1987-08-26

Norman Nixon Jr., Life Is Not a Fairytale: The Fantasia Barrino Story

1988-04-17

Drew Nixon, Denizen

1989-10-06

Jared Dorrance, The Assassination of Richard Nixon

1992-01-03

Chris London, Stranger Than Nixon

1996-07-05

Isaiah Nixon, Blackbird

Nixon - Notable Weddings

Richard NixonJun 21, 1940

Cynthia NixonMay 27, 2012

Nixon - Weddings
Date Event
1940-06-21

37th US President Richard Nixon (27) weds Pat Ryan (28) at the Mission Inn in Riverside, California

1968-12-22

Julie Nixon weds Dwight David Eisenhower

1971-06-12

Tricia Nixon & Edward F Cox marry at White House

2012-05-27

Actress Cynthia Nixon (46) weds education activist Christine Marinoni in New York City

Nixon - Notable Deaths

Richard NixonApr 22, 1994

Nixon - Deaths
Date Event
1949-12-25

Charles E. Nixon, Belle Boyd, a Confederate Spy

1955-10-07

Alonzo Nixon, The Lure of a Woman

1974-02-22

Samuel Byck, American attempted assassin of Richard Nixon (b. 1930)

1980-06-28

Heal Gahagan Douglas, (Rep-D-Ca), lost to Nixon, dies at 79

1983-02-13

Marian Nixon, actress (Dr Bull, Sweepstakes), dies of cancer at 78

1983-02-13

Marian Nixon, Tango

1987-02-25

E.D. Nixon, Awakenings: 1954-1956

1993-06-22

Pat Nixon, 1st lady (1969-75), dies of lung cancer at 81

1993-06-22

Pat Nixon, Disneyland '59

1993-11-11

Harry R "Rob" Haldeman, White House chief of staff (Nixon), dies at 67

1993-11-12

Harry Haldeman, Nixon's cabinet member (1968-73), dies

1994-04-22

Richard Nixon, 37th President (1969-75), dies of a stroke at 81

1994-04-22

Richard Nixon, David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon

1994-06-20

Paul Travis Nixon, Jessica: A Ghost Story

1995-04-13

Allan Nixon, Mesa of Lost Women

2001-11-17

Jerry Jerome, Our Nixon

2002-03-21

Boris Sichkin, Nixon

2003-02-10

Ron Ziegler, press secretary to Richard Nixon (b. 1939)

2003-06-29

Joan Lowery Nixon, Awake to Danger

2007-01-19

Denny Doherty, Elvis Meets Nixon

2008-11-03

Cecil Stoughton, Nixon

2010-04-02

James Stellar Jr., Nixon

2010-07-15

James E. Akins, American diplomat and advisor to Richard Nixon (b. 1926)

2012-04-21

Charles Colson, Nixon adviser (Watergate), dies from a brain hemorrhage at 80

2013-08-31

David Frost, David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon

2016-07-26

Marni Nixon, the Voice Behind the Screen, Dies at 86


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