Treaty of Wallingford (Oxfordshire) signed between King Stephen and the Empress Maude
The treaty of San Agayz is signed. Minorca is conquered by King Alfons III of Aragon.
French-Flemish peace treaty signed at Athis-sur-Orge
Treaty of Brétigny signed by English & French
Anglo-Portuguese Treaty of Alliance (world's oldest extant) signed in London
Peace of Tournai (Dutch - Doornik) signed between the Burgundian Duke Philip II and the rebellious city of Ghent
The Treaty of Salynas is signed between Grand Duke of Lithuania Vytautas the Great and the Teutonic Knights, who received Samogitia.
Treaty of Frankfurt signed between Maximilian of Austria and King Charles VIII of France
League of the kingdom signed (covenant against Venice)
The Treaty of Noyon between France and Spain is signed. Francis recognises Charles's claim to Naples, and Charles recognises Francis's claim to Milan.
Treaty of Nagyvarad/Peace of Grosswardein signed between Ferdinand I of Austria and John Zápolya of Hungary.
Articles of Warsaw Confederation are signed, sanctioning freedom of religion in Poland.
The Union of Atrecht is signed.
Union of Utrecht signed, forming protestant Dutch Republic
Treaty of Utrecht signed, marks beginning of Dutch Republic
Mayflower Compact signed by Pilgrims in Cape Cod, [O.S. Nov 11]
The Treaty of Fontainebleau signed between Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria, and the Kingdom of France, establishing a secret alliance between them during the Thirty Years' War.
Treaty of Saint-Germain is signed, returning Quebec to French control after the English had seized it in 1629.
The Peace of Prague signed between the Habsburg Emperor Ferdinand II and the Electorate of Saxony (representing Protestant states of the Holy Roman Empire). It effectively ended the civil war aspect of the Thirty Years' War
The Covenant of the Town of Dedham, Massachusetts is first signed.
English King Charles I signed a peace treaty with Scotland
Flushing Remonstrance petition is signed in the Dutch colony of New Netherland protesting ban on Quaker worship
Peace of the Pyrenees is signed between France and Spain.
Nine Regicides, the men who signed the death warrant of Charles I, are hanged, drawn and quartered, another is hanged.
The Treaty of The Hague is signed whereby the Dutch Republic sells New Holland (Brazil) for 63 tonnes of gold
Treaty/Truce of Andrusovo signed between Tsardom of Russia & Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
The Treaty of Nerchinsk is signed by Russia and the Qing empire.
Great Peace of Montreal signed between New France and North American Indian nations at urging of Huron chief Kondiaronk
The Treaty of Passarowitz between the Ottoman Empire, Austria and the Republic of Venice is signed.
Treaty of Vienna signed by Prince Eugene of Savoy, Count Sinzendorf and Count Gundacker, Thomas Stahremberg and the British envoy to Vienna, Sir Thomas Robinson.
An agreement between Nadir Shah and Paul I of Russia is signed near Ganja and Russian troops are withdrawn from Baku.
The Treaty of Nissa is signed by the Ottoman Empire and Russia at the end of the Russian-Turkish War, 1736-1739.
1st treaty between the US & Indian tribes signed (Fort Pitt)
Treaty of Paris signed in Paris ends the American Revolutionary War between Great Britain and United States of America
The Treaty of Hopewell is signed between the Confederation Congress of the United States of America and the Cherokee people
The Treaty of Sistova is signed, ending the Ottoman-Habsburg wars.
Jay Treaty, first US extradition treaty, signed with Great Britain
Pinckney's Treaty between Spain & US is signed, establishing southern boundary of US & giving Americans right to send goods down Mississippi
Law signed to establish US Milt Academy (West Point, NY)
Treaties of Tilsit signed by Napoleon I and Alexander I.
Osage Treaty signed
Embargo Act of 1807 repealed & Non-Intercourse Act signed
Napoleonic Wars: War of the Sixth Coalition - the Treaty of Paris (1814) is signed returning French borders to their 1792 extent.
Treaty of Ghent (end of US-Britain War of 1812) signed
The Treaty of St. Louis is signed in St. Louis, Missouri.
Creek Indian treaty signed. Tribal chiefs agree to turn over all their land in Georgia to the government & migrate west by Sept 1, 1826
The Treaty of New Echota is signed, ceding all the lands of the Cherokee east of the Mississippi River to the United States.
Hawaiian Declaration of Rights is signed
The Treaty of Waitangi is signed between 40 Māori Chiefs (later signed by 500) and representatives of the British crown in Waitangi, New Zealand. The treaty was designed to share sovereignty between the two groups.
Oregon Treaty signed, setting US-British boundary at 49°N
The Liberian Declaration of Independence is signed making Liberia a sovereign nation, independent from the American Colonization Society
In Hawaii, Great Mahele (division of lands) signed
The treaty, Punctation of Olmütz, signed in Olomouc means diplomatic capitulation of Prussia to Austrian Empire, which took over the leadership of German Confederation.
Treaty of Traverse des Sioux signed by Sioux Indians & US
Gadsden Purchase 29,670-square-mile (76,800 square km) from Mexico (now southern Arizona and New Mexico) for $10 million signed by President Franklin Pierce
Treaty of Amity and Commerce/Harris Treaty signed between US & Japan opening Japanese ports to trade
The first Geneva Convention, governing rules of warfare, signed by 26 nations.
Treaty of Sinchula is signed in which Bhutan ceded the areas east of the Teesta River to the British East India Company.
Treaty of Bosque Redondo is signed allowing the Navajos to return to their lands in Arizona and New Mexico.
Unity treaty of Paris signed: protects industrial property
British & Portuguese treaty signed in Congo by Leopold II
The Reinsurance Treaty between Germany and Russia is signed.
The Convention of Constantinople is signed, guaranteeing free maritime passage through the Suez Canal during war and peace.
President Benjamin Harrison signed the first U.S. law requiring inspection of meat products
The Washington National Cathedral is chartered by Congress. The charter is signed by President Benjamin Harrison.
A petition demanding women's suffrage is delivered to the New Zealand parliament; it is signed by more 25,000 women, about a 5th of the entire adult European female population
The treaty of the Durand Line is signed between present day Pakistan and Afghanistan - the Durand Line has gained international recognition as an international border between the two sister nations.
Treaty of Aoki-Kimberley signed between Japan & England
Treaty of Shimonoseki signed, ends 1st Sino-Japanese War (1894-95)
A treaty annexing the Republic of Hawaii to the United States is signed; the Republic would not be dissolved until a year later.
Peace protocol ends Spanish-American War, signed
US-Spain peace treaty signed by Pres McKinley. US gets PR & Guam
The First Hague Convention is signed.
Cincinnati Enquirer reports Balt mgr John McGraw signed Cherokee Indian Tokohoma, who is really black 2nd baseman Charlie Grant
Germany's Chancellor von Bulow declares that the agreement Germany signed with England in October 1900, to restrain foreign aggression and maintain open trade, does not apply to Manchuria
Boer War Ends; Treaty of Unity signed, Britain annexes Transvaal
The Hay-Herran Treaty concerning the USA's right to the Panama Canal is signed by the Colombian Charge d'affaires in Washington DC (never ratified)
The Treaty of Portsmouth is signed concluding the Russo-Japanese War; US President Roosevelt will receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his role as mediator
The Eulsa Treaty is signed between Japan and Korea.
The International Opium Convention is signed at The Hague.
The Triple Alliance among Italy, Austria, and Germany (originally signed in 1882) is renewed for six years, beginning in 1914, a move inspired by instability in the Balkans
Federal Income Tax signed into law (at 1%)
Pact of Corfu signed: Serbs, Croats & Slovenes form Yugoslavia
United Press erroneously reports WW I armistice had been signed
Armistice signed by the Allies and Germany comes into effect, WW I hostilities end at 11.00 am
Treaty of Versailles ending WW I signed in France - also established the League of Nations
German-Latvian peace treaty signed
Anglo-Irish Treaty signed; Ireland receives dominion status; partition creates Northern Ireland
German-Russia treaty signed in Italy, Soviet Union recognized
Russian-Italian trade agreement signed
Protocol of Genevia signed: Austria gains independence
German-US friendship treaty signed
German & Turkish friendship/trade treaty signed
British-Russian trade agreement signed
Dutch-Turkish peace treaty signed
French-German trade agreement signed
French-Russian trade agreement signed
British-German trade agreement signed
Dutch & Hungary trade treaty signed
German-Russian trade agreement signed
Peace accord of Locarno signed (Rhine Pact)
Treaty of Locarno signed
French & German trade agreement signed
Italian-Spanish peace treaty signed
Greek-Serbian/Croatian/Slavs peace treaty signed
Italian-Romanian peace treaty signed
International slavery convention signed by 20 states
Russia & Latvia treaty of neutrality signed
Belgian-Swiss treaty signed
Convention of Economic Rapprochement/Oslo Agreesments signed between some European countries in response to the Great Depression
Tennessee Valley Act (TVA) Act signed by FDR, to build dams
Federal Securities Act signed
German-Polish Non-Aggression Pact is signed.
Babe Ruth is signed as a Dodgers coach for the rest of the season
Treaty of Munich signed by Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Daladier and Chamberlain, forces Czechoslovakia to give territory to Germany
Finland-Russian cease fire signed, the Winter War ends. Finland gives up Karelische
France falls to Nazi Germany; armistice signed, France disarms
The "Aufbau Ost" directive is signed by Wilhelm Keitel.
Pact of neutrality between the USSR and Japan is signed.
Anglo-Soviet Treaty signed in London
Conference of Bretton Woods signed; IMF operations begin
Armistice between Finland and Soviet Union is signed. (End of the Continuation War).
Yalta agreement signed by FDR, Churchill & Stalin
Terms of surrender of German armies in Italy signed
WWII: unconditional German surrender to the Allies signed by General Alfred Jodl at Rheims
UN Charter signed by 50 nations in SF
Eddie Klepp, a white pitcher signed by defending Negro League champ Cleveland Buckeyes, is barred from field in Birmingham Alabama
WW II peace treaties signed
Executive Order 9981, end segregation in US Armed Forces signed
Org of American States charter signed at Bogota, Colombia
North Atlantic Treaty signed by US, Britain, France & Canada
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) treaty signed (Wash DC)
Arthur Dorrington, 1st black man in organized hockey is signed (Atl City Seagulls of Eastern Amateur Hockey League)
International Cheese treaty signed
1st treaty signed by woman ambassador-Eugenie Anderson (US ambassador to Denmark)
Cease-fire & demarcation zone accord signed in Panmunjon, Korea
Armistice for Indo-China signed, Vietnam separates into North & South
Espionage & Sabotage Act of 1954 signed in the US, prompted by the cold war
Baghdad Pact signed, making Turkey & Iraq a defense alliance
Pact of Baghdad between Iraq & Turkey signed
Warsaw Pact is signed by the Soviet Union, Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland & Romania
Freedom Charter signed in South Africa
Eighteen Nobel laureates sign the Mainau Declaration against nuclear weapons, later co-signed by thirty-four others.
War Reparations and Peace Settlement between Philippines and Japan was finally signed at Malacañang Palace under Magsaysay administration.
US Federal interstate highway system act signed
Pres Eisenhower signed a bill approving Alaskan statehood
National Defense Education Act was signed
Benelux treaty signed by Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg
Supremes signed with Motown Records
The Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs is signed at New York.
The International Agreement on the Neutrality of Laos is signed.
The Elysée treaty of cooperation between France and Germany was signed by Charles de Gaulle and Konrad Adenauer.
The Convention on the Unification of Certain Points of Substantive Law on Patents for Invention is signed at Strasbourg.
Wilderness Act signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson
The National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act is signed into law by U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Treaty banning military use of nuclear weapons in space, signed
US Truth in Lending Act signed into law
Satchel Paige, 62, & needing 158 days on a major league payroll to qualify for a pension, is signed by Braves
Andes Pact signed in Peru
Lottery for Selective Service draftees bill signed by President Nixon
The Patent Cooperation Treaty is signed.
Tehran agreement signed; oil companies accept 55 percent tax rate, immediate increase in posted prices, and further successive increases
The Convention on Psychotropic Substances is signed at Vienna.
Boston Red Sox sign Orlando Cepeda as 1st player signed as a DH
Pres Nixon signed into law a measure lifting pro football's blackout
Helsinki Pact guaranteeing boundaries, rights signed by 35 nations
The Sinai Interim Agreement relating to the Arab-Israeli conflict is signed.
55th weaapon accord signed
The Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent Procedure is signed.
Independent Counsel Act is signed into law.
The Gdańsk Agreement is signed.
Revised concordat between Italy & Vatican signed
During radio voice test US President Reagan jokes he "signed legislation that would outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in 5 minutes"
The Plaza Accord was signed in New York City.
Angola, Cuba and South Africa allegedly signed a cease fire treaty
Convention on exploitation of Antarctic mineral resources signed
Law banning smoking on most domestic flights signed by President Bush
The Declaration of Windhoek is signed.
Maastricht Treaty signed to create a European Community
The Constitution of Estonia is signed into law.
After rounds of secret negotiations in Norway, the Oslo Peace Accords are signed, followed by a public ceremony in Washington, D.C. the following month.
Serbs & Croats signed a cease-fire to end the war in Croatia
Contract finalizing Cleveland Browns' move to Balt is signed
Yugoslav Wars: The Dayton Agreement is signed in Paris by leaders of various governments ending the conflict in former Yugoslavia
The Constitution of Ukraine is signed into law.
A peace agreement is signed between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and the Moro National Liberation Front in Malacañang Palace.
U.S. President Bill Clinton signed the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty at the United Nations.
Fred Goldman says he will settle for a signed murder confession from O J Simpson in lieu of his $20.5 million judgement
A final agreement creating the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) is signed by project participants, inc. Russia, Kazakhstan, Chevron Corp and others
Author Tom Clancy confirms he signed agreement to purchase Minnesota Vikings for slightly more than $200 million, an NFL franchise record
Good Friday Agreement signed in Northern Ireland.
The Good Friday/Belfast Agreement for Northern Ireland is signed by the British and Irish goverments
The Patent Law Treaty (PLT) is signed.
The Cotonou Agreement, a trade and aid framework, is signed in Cotonou, Benin
Convention on Cybercrime is signed in Budapest, Hungary.
The Open Skies mutual surveillance treaty, initially signed in 1992, officially comes into force.
The accounting law referred to as "The Sarbanes Oxley Act" is signed into law by President George W. Bush.
The Treaty of Accession is signed in Athens admitting 10 new member states to the European Union.
The Tli Cho land claims agreement is signed between the Dogrib First Nations and the Canadian federal government in Rae-Edzo (now called Behchoko).
A new constitution is signed by Iraq's Governing Council.
Darfur conflict: The Humanitarian Ceasefire Agreement is signed by the Sudanese government and two rebel groups.
The Cuzco Declaration is signed in Cuzco, Peru, establishing the South American Community of Nations.
The $700 billion bailout bill for the US financial system is signed by President George W. Bush
The repeal of the Don't Ask Don't Tell policy, the 17-year-old policy banning on homosexuals serving openly in the United States military, was signed into law by President Barack Obama.
New fiscal compact to prevent excessive debt is signed by 25 out of 27 European Union members
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Stephen Hopkins, (Gov-RI) signed Decl of Ind
Charles-Michel de l'Épée, French philanthropist and developer of 'Signed French' (d. 1789)
Philip Livingston, American businessman and politician (signed Declaration of Independence)
John Witherspoon, Gifford Scotland, president of the College of New Jersey (signed Declaration of Independence)
Lyman Hall, US physician (signed Declaration of Independence)
Abraham Clark, Elizabethtown, New Jersey, American politician, signed Declaration of Independence
Lewis Morris, US farmer (signed Decl of Independence)
Oliver Wolcott, (Ct-Gov)/signed Decl of Independence [NS=Dec 1]
George Ross, US judge (signed Declaration of Independence)
William Williams, US merchant (signed Decl of Independence)
Richard H Lee, US farmer (signed Declaration of Independence)
Robert Morris, merchant (signed Declaration of Independence)
Thomas McKean, US attorney (signed Decl of Independence) [or Apr 19]
Charles Carroll, signed Decl of Ind
George Clymer, US merchant (signed Decl of Ind, Constitution)
Samuel Chase, judge (signed Decl of Ind)
John Penn, US attorney (signed Declaration of Independence) [OS=May 6]
William Hooper, US attorney (signed Decl of Independence)
Thomas Heyward, soldier, signed Decl of Ind
Ernest Brown, What Do You Want... A Signed Confession?
Torey Widener, Signed, Souled, and Delivered
Lotharius I, Romanian-French emperor (signed Treaty of Verdun), dies
Philip Livingston, American merchant (signed Declaration of Independance), dies at 62
John Heart, US farmer (signed Decl of Independence), dies at about 68
Richard Stockton, US attorney (signed Decl of Ind), dies at 50
Arthur Middleton, US farmer (signed Decl of Independence), dies at 44
John Penn, US attorney, signed (Decl of Independence), dies at 47
Richard H Lee, US farmer (signed Decl of Independence), dies at 62
Josiah Bartlett, US physician/judge (signed Decl of Ind), dies at 65
Samuel Huntington, US judge (signed Decl of Independence), dies at 64
Lewis Morris, US farmer (signed Decl of Independence), dies at 71
Edward Rutledge, US attorney (signed Decl of Indep), dies at 50
Caesar Rodney, US judge (signed Declar of Independence), dies at 62
George Wythe, US attorney (signed Decl of Indep), dies at about 79
Samuel Chase, US judge (signed Declar of Independence), dies at 70
George Clymer, US merchant (signed Decl of Independence), dies at 73
Benjamin Rush, physician/abolotionist (signed Decl of Ind), dies at 67
Robert Treat Paine, US judge (signed Decl of Ind), dies at 83
Thomas McKean, US attorney (signed Declaration of Independence), dies at 83
William Ellery, US attorney (signed Decl of Independence), dies at 92
Charles Carroll, large landowner/signed Decl of Ind, dies at 95
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