Prior to 20th century Edit
You can help by adding to it. ( January 2016) 1657 -
Flushing Remonstrance 1683 - Queens
County created.  1790 - Population: 16,014.
 1821 - Horse racing track opens.
 1858 - First all-star baseball game and first games in which admission is charged takes place in
Corona at the old Fashion Race Course.  1860 - Population: 57,391.
 1870 - Population: 73,803.
 1880 - Population: 90,574.
 1889 -
BMT Myrtle Avenue Line begins operating. 1890 - Population: 128,059.
 1898 - January 1: Queens is established as a borough in the City of Greater New York. The borough consists of only part of the previous boundaries of Queens County; Nassau County is established in the remaining part 20th century Edit
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1950s-1990s Edit 21st century Edit
You can help by adding to it. ( January 2016) 2000 - Population: 2,229,379.
2007 - Newtown Historical Society formed.
February 14: After being awarded one of the two new headquarter locations for Amazon, the company announced it was withdrawing its plans to establish a presence in Long Island City, and with this withdrawal the prospect of 25,000 new jobs.
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List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Queens
List of streetcar lines in Queens
List of New York City Subway stations in Queens
List of Queens borough presidents
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