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Dr Who

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Trends

  • The beginning of the Industrial Revolution on Earth, which may have been inspired by Azal (DW: The Dæmons).

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Memory-beta

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Events

  • May 1st, 1707: The 1707 Act of Union is signed, uniting England (including Wales) and Scotland into the Kingdom of Great Britain. [1]
  • July 4th, 1776: The United States of America is founded with the signing of the Declaration of Independence from the British Empire. By 2271, the United States will be made up of 56 different states from the North American continent. [2]

References and Notes

  1. Historical accounts
  2. TOS novel: A Flag Full of Stars

Stories

Title Series Date Media Notes Image
Home is the Hunter

Chapters 3, 8, 11, 16, 21, 25, 29, 36, 39. 42, 46 & 49
The Original Series April 1746 novel
Enterprise Logs

The Veil at Valcour
Star Trek 11 October 1776 short story

Connections


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DC Comics

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The 18th Century includes all events that took place from January 1st of 1700 to December 31st of 1799.

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Chronology

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1700

Event Source Date
Boodikka is born on the planet Bellatrix. Note: Exact date is unknown, but she is said to be approximately 300-years old.

1753

Event Source Date
Jeremy Coe discovers an immense underground cavern in Gotham Town and uses it as base of operations to fight off Indian invaders. This cavern will later become known as the Batcave. Detective Comics #205 3.54

1770

Event Source Date
Dan Hunter travels backwards in time from the 20th century and meets frontier fighter Tomahawk. He becomes a valuable comrade and a member of Tomahawk's Rangers. Time Masters #4 5.90
Tomahawk and Dan Hunter save the life of General George Washington from an Illuminati assassination attempt. Time Masters #4 5.90

1772

Event Source Date
The urchin known as Mad Hettie is born. Note: The source material states that she is 247-years old in publishing year 1989. Many of the events from the Sandman series take place in "real time", so her birth date is likely unaffected by standard DC Comics time-compression. Sandman (Volume 2) #3 3.89

1776

Event Source Date
The Founding Fathers are at Liberty Hall in Philadelphia. After they sign the Declaration of Independence, some of the men—including Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson—meet in secret. They gather around a table, and the alchemist Taylor Hawke gathers 13 tokens and creates a spiritual embodiment of America. The tokens merge and form a small talisman. The 13 men agree to protect the talisman and the secret of its existence. Spectre (Volume 3) #37 1.96
Date unknown: Miss Liberty fights a squad of Hessians while trying to protect the Liberty Bell. Ironically, she is killed when the bell falls on top of her. All-Star Squadron #45 5.85

1780

Event Source Date
The 20th century elemental Alec Holland is transported backwards in time to the 18th century where his essence is trapped inside a block of amber. The Indian medicine man Gray Elk discovers him in Echo Valley and studies the elemental's power for more than twenty years. Swamp Thing v.2 #86 5.89

1790

Event Source Date
Violet Parris is interrupted during an energy feeding of a girl named Margaret by an armed posse. She is accused of also murdering four men in Worcester and they prepare to hang her. Among the posse is Thomas Larson who, upon seeing her aura as red, intervenes presumably killing one and "convincing" others not to follow. Thomas promises Violet that they'll soon become friends. Nightwing #130 5.07

1799

Event Source Date
Tomahawk and Stovepipe are working in Gotham Town as tax collectors at this time. Swamp Thing v.2 #86 5.89
Lord Shilling meets with Jason Blood and agrees to acquire a mystical piece of amber for him. The amber houses the time-displaced essence of the Swamp Thing. Swamp Thing v.2 #86 5.89

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

The 18th century, is defined in the calendar of Earth as being from 1700 until 1799.

The notation BCE ("Before Common Era") and CE ("Common Era") are alternative neutral notations for BC ("Before Christ") and AD ("anno Domini"), respectively.

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Decades

  • 1700s
  • 1710s
  • 1720s
  • 1730s
  • 1740s
  • 1750s
  • 1760s
  • 1770s
  • 1780s
  • 1790s

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