December 1 holidays in 2017

Holiday nameHoliday locationHoliday type
Milad un Nabi
- Islamic
Prophet's Birthday
Multiple Countries Multiple Types
Mawlid
Benin Public Holiday
The Prophet's Birthday
Multiple Countries Multiple Types
Restoration of Independence
Portugal National Holiday
National holiday
Romania National Holiday
The Prophet Muhammad's Birthday
Multiple Countries Multiple Types
Prophet Mohamed's birthday
Egypt National Holiday
Maulid un-Nabi
Philippines Common Local Holidays
Republic Day
Central african republic Public Holiday
Milad-Un-Nabi (Holy Prophet's Birthday)
Sri lanka Public Holiday
World AIDS Day
- International
Farmer's Day
Ghana Public Holiday
Day of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan Public Holiday
Eid Milad un-Nabi
Pakistan Public Holiday
Maouloud
Senegal Public Holiday
Id el Maulud
Nigeria Public Holiday
Eat a Red Apple Day
- Weird

Historical Events on December 1

  • 1824: The United States House of Representatives are charged with the task of deciding a winner of the U.S. Presidential election because no candidate received a majority of the electoral college votes. This is in accordance with the 12th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
  • 1834: With the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833, slavery is outlawed in the Cape Colony.
  • 1862: During his State of the Union Address, U.S President Abraham Lincoln reaffirms the importance of ending slavery.
  • 1865: The first historically black university in the southern U.S – Shaw University – is founded on this day.
  • 1913: The moving assembling line is introduced by Ford Motor Company.
  • 1924: The first U.S based NHL hockey franchise – the Boston Bruins – plays their first league game at home.
  • 1941: The final approval to begin war against the U.S is given by Emperor Hirohito of Japan.
  • 1941: The Civil Air Patrol is created when New York Mayor Fiorello La Guardia signs Administrative Order Nine.
  • 1955: An African-American seamstress named Rosa Parks refuses to give her seat up to a white man. As a result, she’ arrested for violation of Montgomery, Alabama’s segregation laws. Her arrest would lead to a bus boycott in that city and Rosa Parks would become an icon of the American Civil Rights Movement.

Famous Birthdays on December 1

  • French sculptor Étienne Maurice Falconet is born in 1716.
  • German chemist Martin Heinrich Klaproth is born in 1743.
  • French sculptor and founder of Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Marie Tussaud is born in 1761.
  • American poet Julia A. Moore is born in 1847.
  • American actress and singer, Mary Martin is born in 1913.
  • American baseball player and manager, Marty Marion is born in 1917.
  • American screenwriter, director and actor, Woody Allen is born in 1935.
  • American drummer Sandy Nelson is born in 1938.
  • American comedian, actor and screenwriter, Richard Pryor is born in 1940.
  • American actress and singer-songwriter, Bette Midler is born in 1945.
  • American actress, model and singer, Zoë Kravitz is born in 1988.