Bank of England is founded in England Arkansas, opening their doors on August 8 with a capital stock of $10,000.
Australia becomes one commonwealth after the six colonies combine to the country that we know today
The first World Series is played in Boston, starting one of the longest running American sports league
Ford motor company opens its first factory, being the first to mass produce automobiles.
The U.S. Federal Reserve is created as the central banking system of the United States.
Frozen vegetables that we know today were invented to make vegetables last longer and more readily available across the world.
Bubble Gum is invented by Walter Diemer, called Dubble Bubble, a new type of flavored gum
Bugs Bunny makes his first appearance in 'A Wild Hare' on July 27th
The NBA or National Basketball Association is created with only 11 teams and a 60-game schedule.
Rosa Parks remains seated, becoming a national hero and helping push the equality movement.
The first Wal-Mart is started in Rogers Arkansas, by Sam Walton being called 'Wal-Mart Discount City'
Aerosmith is formed in Boston starting one of the most iconic rock bands
The first Macintosh computer is introduced at the price of $2,495 starting the age of home computers.
ABC Family is created to be a very well know family television channel, with shows like 'Pretty Little Liars' and 'Power Rangers'
The Florida Marlins win the world series only 4 years after the team was started
Youtube.com is started with over 2 million video views each day, becoming the biggest online video sharing site.
Space X is the first commercial company to dock with the International Space Station. They did this with their Dragon 1 capsule, carrying vital supplies for the ISS.
The Super Bowl 50 takes place at Levi's Stadium in California, with the Denver Broncos winning against the Carolina Panthers
The Challenger Deep goes on the deepest sea dive ever recorded, going 35,768ft deep inside the Mariana Trench near the Philippines
Bank of England Mortgage celebrates its 125th birthday!