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June 12, was the 163rd day of the year 1829 (Gregorian calendar). There were 202 days left until the end of this year. The day was Friday, and it was the 24th Week on June 12, 1829. No Leap Year.
So, how many days has it been since June 12 1829?
How many months ago was June 12, 1829?
- 2300 months
How many weeks ago was June 12, 1829?
- 10001 weeks
How many days ago was June 12, 1829?
- 70011 days
How many hours, minutes, and seconds ago?
- 1,680,264 hours
- 100,815,840 minutes
- 6,048,950,400 seconds
More About June
If you are learning Spanish, then this special day of the week is Spanish is Viernes.
Until December 31, 1829, is 22 days to the end of June, the 31 days July, 31 in August, 30 on September, 31 on October, 30 in November, and 31 in December of 1829.
A person who was born on this day is now 191 years old today.
If a person born on this day saved a Dime every day at age three (3), then by now has accumulated $6891.30 today.
If he saved a Dollar every day, he now accumulated $ 70009+ today.
History of the June
June comes from the Julian or Roman, calendar. June was originally named Iunius. The name either comes from the Roman goddess Juno (wife of Jupiter), or from the word “iuniores”, the Latin word for this is “younger ones”.
In the early Roman calendar June only had 29 days. It was Julius Caesar who added the extra day giving June 30 days.
Fun Facts about June
- June is the first month of the summer season.
- June is known as a great month to get married.
- In 2009 June was the 662 most popular names for girls in the USA.
- June 21st is Go Skateboarding Day.
- The longest day of the year occurs on either June 21st or 22nd.
- June is international men’s month.
- Several countries (United States, Sweden, Denmark, Romania, and Argentina) celebrate their flag days during this month.
- June is a right month to call Lifecare Family Health & Dental Center at 330-454-2000 for an appointment.
- No other month in the year begins on the same day of the week as June.
- June is accordion awareness month, as well as candy, dairy and papaya month.
Holidays that fall on June 12
- Crowded Nest Awareness Day
- International Cachaca Day
- Family Health and Fitness Day (Second Saturday in June)
- Ghost in the Machine Day
- International Young Eagles Day (Second Saturday in June)
- Little League Girls Baseball Day
- National Automotive Service Professionals Day
- Loving Day
- Missing Mutts Awareness Day (Second Saturday in June)
- National Jerky Day
- National Marina Day (Second Saturday in June)
- Poultry Day – June 12
- National Peanut Butter Cookie Day
- Queen’s Official Birthday (Celebrated on a Saturday during the Summer)
- National Rose Day (Second Saturday in June)
- Red Rose Day
- Superman Day
- World Bike Naked Day (Second Saturday in June)
- World Day Against Child Labor
- World Doll Day (Second Saturday in June)
- World Gin Day (Second Saturday in June)
- Worldwide Knit (and Crochet) in Public Day
June 1829 Calendar
Birth Flower of the Month June
- The Rose: Rose is the most popular flower in the world. It symbolizes love and appreciation!
- Honesuckle: It signifies a strong symbol for the everlasting bonds of love.
Famous Weddings and Divorces on June 12
|1999||David Arguette (Actor and film director) marries actress Courteney Cox||They divorced in 2013|
|1994||U.S. Astronaut Neil Armstrong who was the first person to walk on the moon, marries 2nd wife Carol H. Knight|
|1971||Tricia Nixon (daughter of former U.S. President Richard & Pat Nixon) marries Edward F. Cox at the White House.|
Historical Events that Happened on 1829
1829 in the United States (source)
|March 4||Andrew Jackson is sworn in as the seventh President of the United States, and John C. Calhoun is sworn in for his second term as Vice President of the United States.|
|June 1||The Philadelphia Inquirer is founded as The Pennsylvania Inquirer.|
|July 23||William Austin Burt obtains the first patent for a typographer (typewriter).|
|June 27||James Smithson, a British mineralogist and chemist, leaves a bequest of £100,000 to fund the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.|
|August 15–22||Cincinnati riots of 1829|
|Undated||The Georgia Gold Rush begins as the country’s first significant gold rush following the discovery of gold on October 27, 1828, by Benjamin Parks in the old Hall County, Georgia (later reorganized into Lumpkin County).|