th is officially Crush a Can Day & Tourist Day.
We’d like to welcome you to the 270
th day of the year, with only 95 days left of this year.
People who were born on this day all share the Libra zodiac sign.
Here you’re going to learn some interesting facts about this day, as well as the important, weird and wonderful events that happened on September 27
th throughout history.
Did you know that on this day in 1908, the first Ford Model T car was assembled? It was produced in the Piquette car manufacturing plant in Detroit, US.
Keep reading for more facts about September 27
th in history! What Happened On September 27 In History?
A total lunar eclipse happened and was visible on this day in the evening from the Americas.
New Zealand singer Lorde released her debut album “Pure Heroine.”
Europe, Africa and the Middle East were able to see it on September 28 in the morning.
Hurricane Gloria finally dissipated after ripping through North Eastern US since September 16.
The hurricane reached a peak 145 minutes per hour. 14 people lost their lives and there was $900 million USD (1985) damage.
Elton John collapsed on stage when performing at the Hollywood Universal Amphitheater.
Elton had been suffering from flu. Emergency services revived him and gave oxygen and within just ten minutes, amazingly, he got back on stage and finished his performance.
Barbra Streisand released her single “The Way We Were.”
The first Ford Model T car was assembled.
Only 1,000 of these early Model T's were produced.
Locomotion No. 1 became the first passenger carrying steam powered locomotive and was driven by George and Stephenson.
John Adams was selected to negotiate a peace treaty of commerce with Great Britain following the Revolutionary war.
The Society of Jesus was founded on this day by Ignatius of Loyola alongside six companions.
William the Conqueror set sail for England landing on the coast and marched to Hastings.