Daniel Withers

(1880 - 1976)

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Daniel Withers
1880 - 1976
Born
September 23, 1880
Death
July 1976
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Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon 97206
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Daniel Withers was born on September 23, 1880. He died in July 1976 at age 95. We know that Daniel Withers had been residing in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon 97206.
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Daniel Withers passed away in July 1976 at age 95. He was born on September 23, 1880. We are unaware of information about Daniel's surviving family. We know that Daniel Withers had been residing in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon 97206.

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In 1880, in the year that Daniel Withers was born, on February 2nd the city of Wabash, Indiana became the third city in the world to be lit by electricity.

In 1901, he was 21 years old when the first Nobel Prizes were awarded. Chemist and engineer Alfred Nobel, who died in 1896, had provided in his will for prizes in physics, chemistry, and physiology or medicine, who have produced the most distinguished literary work of an idealist tendency, and who have contributed the most toward world peace. The winners in 1901 were: Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen for physics, Jacobus Henricus van't Hoff for chemistry, Emil Adolf von Behring for physiology or medicine, Sully Prudhomme for literature, and Jean Henry Dunant and Frédéric Passy for peace.

In 1929, at the age of 49 years old, Daniel was alive when on October 29th (Black Tuesday), the stock market crashed in the United States. Billions of dollars were lost and some investors committed suicide as a result, having lost their fortunes. This ushered in the 12 year, worldwide Great Depression.

In 1955, when he was 75 years old, on September 10th the TV show "Gunsmoke" debuted on CBS. It went on to be television's longest-running western. Matt Dillon, Chester, Doc Adams, and Miss Kitty became household names.

In 1976, in the year of Daniel Withers's passing, The United States celebrated the Bicentennial of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. It was a year long celebration, with the biggest events taking place on July 4th.

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