Timeline
Decades: 1790s - 1800s - 1810s - 1820s - 1830s - 1840s - 1850s
(stardates -2/20 to -2/29)
Centuries: 18th century - 19th century - 20th century

The 1820s was, on Earth's calendar, the third decade of the 19th century. Although this was a time period before Human formulation of stardates, the reference stardate system has delineated this era ranging from stardate -2/20 to stardate -2/29.

Events[edit | edit source]

1821 events[edit | edit source]

1821 
Mexico declares independence as a nation-state.[1]

1823 events[edit | edit source]

1823

1825 events[edit | edit source]

1825 
The element aluminum was officially isolated and identified by Humans for the first time on Earth's European continent, in Denmark.[1][2]

1826 events[edit | edit source]

1826 
The element bromine was officially isolated and identified by Humans for the first time on Earth's European continent, in France.[1][2]

1829 events[edit | edit source]

1829 
The element beryllium was officially isolated and identified by Humans for the first time on Earth's European continent.[1][2]

Births and deaths[edit | edit source]

Births[edit | edit source]

1820 births[edit | edit source]
8 February 1820 
William T. Sherman born.[1]
12 May 1820 
Florence Nightingale born.[1]
1822 births[edit | edit source]
6 January 1822 
Heinrich Schliemann born.[1]
15 April 1822 
Ulysses S. Grant born.[1]
1824 births[edit | edit source]


1828 births[edit | edit source]
8 February 1828 
Jules Verne born.[1]
9 September 1828 
Leo Tolstoy born.[1]

Deaths[edit | edit source]

1820 deaths[edit | edit source]
26 September 1820 
Daniel Boone dies.[1]
1821 deaths[edit | edit source]
23 February 1821 
John Keats dies.[1]
5 May 1821 
Napoléon Bonaparte dies.[1]
1824 deaths[edit | edit source]
19 April 1824 
Lord Byron dies.[1]
1826 deaths[edit | edit source]
4 July 1826 
Thomas Jefferson dies.[1]
1827 deaths[edit | edit source]
26 March 1827 
Ludwig van Beethoven dies.[1]

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