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Events from the year 1917 in the United States.

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IncumbentsEdit

Federal GovernmentEdit

EventsEdit

January–MarchEdit

 
President Wilson before Congress, announcing the break in the official relations with Germany
 
February 24: The Zimmermann Telegram is shown to the U.S. government.

April–JuneEdit

July–SeptemberEdit

October–DecemberEdit

UndatedEdit

  • George Drumm writes the concert march "Hail, America" in New York City.
  • The calendar year is the coolest averaged over the contiguous United States in mean temperature (average of 50.06 °F or 10.03 °C against a long-term average of 51.86 °F or 11.03 °C)[7] and minimum temperature (37.62 °F or 3.12 °C against a long-term average of 39.84 °F or 4.36 °C).[8] it is also the second-driest with a coast-to-coast average precipitation of 25.35 inches or 643.9 millimetres against a long-term mean of 29.57 inches or 751.1 millimetres.[9]

OngoingEdit

BirthsEdit

January–FebruaryEdit

March–AprilEdit

MayEdit

JuneEdit

JulyEdit

August–SeptemberEdit

October–NovemberEdit

DecemberEdit

DeathsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Venzon, Anne Cipriano, ed. (1995). United States in the First World War: An Encyclopedia. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 978-1-135-68453-2.
  3. ^ Hampton Roads Naval Historical Foundation (February 2014). Images of America: Naval Station Norfolk. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing. p. 7.
  4. ^ "Suffrage Wins by 100,000 in State; Kings by 32,640". Brooklyn Daily Eagle. 1917-11-07. p. 1.
  5. ^ Day, Preston C.; ‘Extreme Cold in the Yukon Region’; in ‘The Cold Winter of 1917-18’; Monthly Weather Review; 46(12), pp. 571-572
  6. ^ Naval History & Heritage Command. "Jacob Jones". DANFS. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
  7. ^ Contiguous U.S. Average Temperature, January to December
  8. ^ Contiguous U.S. Minimum Temperature, January to December
  9. ^ Contiguous US Precipitation, January to December

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