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The following events occurred in June 1913:

June 11, 1913: Ottoman Grand Vizier Shefket Pasha assassinated in drive-by shooting
June 8, 1913: British suffragette leader Emily Davison killed in Epsom Derby accident
June 7, 1913: Four-man team becomes first to climb to the top of North America's highest mountain
June 12, 1913: New bridge transforms Miami, Florida, into world-famous tourist attraction

June 1, 1913 (Sunday)Edit

June 2, 1913 (Monday)Edit

June 3, 1913 (Tuesday)Edit

 
The Canarian Oystercatcher, now extinct

June 4, 1913 (Wednesday)Edit

 
Emily Wilding Davison

June 5, 1913 (Thursday)Edit

June 6, 1913 (Friday)Edit

June 7, 1913 (Saturday)Edit

 
Denali, formerly Mount McKinley, formerly Denali

June 8, 1913 (Sunday)Edit

June 9, 1913 (Monday)Edit

June 10, 1913 (Tuesday)Edit

June 11, 1913 (Wednesday)Edit

June 12, 1913 (Thursday)Edit

  • Even as both nations were preparing to go to war with each other, Serbia and Bulgaria agreed to Russian arbitration of their dispute over the territories captured during the First Balkan War.[47]
  • Klaus Berntsen resigned as Prime Minister of Denmark.[48]
  • Said Halim Pasha was appointed as the new Ottoman Grand Vizier, serving until February 3, 1917.[49]
  • Billed as "the longest wooden bridge in the world", the 2.5 mile long Collins Bridge opened, turning the small town of Miami, Florida (1910 population 5,471) into a premier resort area by making Miami Beach more accessible to more tourists. Previously, the beach could only be reached from the mainland by ferry boat and was impractical as an investment.[50]
  • John Randolph Bray, an American animator, premiered the innovative cartoon The Artist's Dream, which an author would later say was "the forerunner of the cartoon vogue" as the first popular animated film.[51]

June 13, 1913 (Friday)Edit

June 14, 1913 (Saturday)Edit

June 15, 1913 (Sunday)Edit

June 16, 1913 (Monday)Edit

  • Kaiser Wilhelm celebrated the 25th anniversary of his ascension to the throne in 1888. "Twenty-five years of peace", the Kaiser told American industrialist and peace delegate Andrew Carnegie, "and I hope there will be twenty-five more".[70] Germany would enter World War I less than fourteen months later. Half a million people lined the streets of Berlin to cheer the Kaiser and the Kaiserin. The Kaiser proclaimed an amnesty for "those whose misdeeds were committed through poverty or while in a state of irresponsibility", and for Army and Navy men punished for most violations of regulations.[71]
  • The Lewisburg and Tyrone Railroad in Pennsylvania foreclosed a second time, but reformed for a final time in 1915 before it became subsidiary of Pennsylvania Railroad.[72]
  • Died: Della Fox, American actress and singer, best known for her collaborations with DeWolf Hopper (b. 1870); Mary Seney Sheldon, American music executive, first female president of the New York Philharmonic (b. 1863)

June 17, 1913 (Tuesday)Edit

June 18, 1913 (Wednesday)Edit

 
Williamson taking his camera undersea

June 19, 1913 (Thursday)Edit

June 20, 1913 (Friday)Edit

 
Former Prime Minister Andrew Fisher

June 21, 1913 (Saturday)Edit

 
Charles E. Nash, U.S. Congressman
 
A safe landing by Tiny Broadwick

June 22, 1913 (Sunday)Edit

June 23, 1913 (Monday)Edit

June 24, 1913 (Tuesday)Edit

 
Joseph Cook, Prime Minister of Australia

June 25, 1913 (Wednesday)Edit

June 26, 1913 (Thursday)Edit

June 27, 1913 (Friday)Edit

June 28, 1913 (Saturday)Edit

June 29, 1913 (Sunday)Edit

 
Samuel Gillott

June 30, 1913 (Monday)Edit

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