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October 18, 1867 in a sentence

1. the formal flag-raising took place at Fort Sitka on October 18, 1867.

2. Sitka was the site of the transfer ceremony for the Alaska purchase on October 18, 1867.

3. While the agreement to purchase Alaska was made in April 1867, the actual purchase and transfer of control took place on October 18, 1867.

4. The flag flew over Alaska until October 18, 1867, when all Russian and American Company holdings in Alaska were sold to the United States.

5. On October 18, 1867, the United States purchased Alaska, making Unalaska part of the U.S. territory.

6. Alaska was formally transferred to the United States on October 18, 1867, through a treaty ratified by the United States Senate and signed by President Andrew Johnson.

7. The transfer ceremony took place in Sitka on October 18, 1867.

8. Alaska Day celebrates the formal transfer of Alaska from Russia to the United States, which took place on October 18, 1867.

9. Therefore, for residents, Friday, October 6, 1867 was followed by Friday, October 18, 1867;

10. On the morning of October 18, 1867, USS Ossipee arrived at Sitka with Russian Commissioner Captain Alexis Pestchouroff and American Commissioner General Lovell Rousseau on board.

11. One actual Democratic campaign slogan from the election (used in Pennsylvania) was the more mundane "Polk, Dallas, and the Tariff of '42." The southernmost border of Alaska remains 54°40′ since the purchase from Russia on October 18, 1867, with British Columbia, established as the Colony of British Columbia on August 2, 1858.

12. Alaska Day (Russian: День Аляски) is a legal holiday in the U.S. state of Alaska, observed on October 18. It is the anniversary of the formal transfer of the Territory of Alaska from Russia to the United States, which occurred on Friday, October 18, 1867.

13. The formal flag-raising took place at Fort Sitka on October 18, 1867.

14. The United States flag was raised on October 18, 1867, now called Alaska Day, and the region changed from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar.

15. Therefore, for residents, Friday, October 6, 1867 was followed by Friday, October 18, 1867—two Fridays in a row because of the 12 day shift in the calendar minus one day for the date-line shift.

16. On October 18, 1867, Stone and J.C. Buell, the cashier of Cleveland's Second National Bank, were hurled from their carriage after it came apart after hitting an open gutter in Cleveland's Public Square.

17. Anna Dodge (October 18, 1867 – May 4, 1945) was an American silent film actress.

18. General Rousseau played a key role in the transfer of Alaska from the Russian Empire to the United States on October 18, 1867, today celebrated as Alaska Day.

19. Adolf Büchler (also Adolph) (October 18, 1867, at Priekopa, Hungary (now Slovakia) – 1939) was an Austro-Hungarian rabbi, historian and theologian.

20. He was brevetted for his actions against "hostile Indians" between Fort Hays and Fort Harker on October 18, 1867.

21. Sitka was the site of the transfer ceremony for the Alaska purchase on October 18, 1867.

22. While the agreement to purchase Alaska was made in April 1867, the actual purchase and transfer of control took place on October 18, 1867.

23. He and his new wife set sail from Boston on October 18, 1867, reaching Kolkata on March 10, 1868.

24. Alaska was purchased by the United States from the Russian Empire in 1867, with formal transfer occurring on October 18, 1867, which is now celebrated as Alaska Day.

25. the formal flag-raising took place at Fort Sitka on October 18, 1867.