In 1869 Mark Twain's first book The Innocents Abroad is published.Jesse James robs the bank that made him famous. The name of thebank was the Davies County Savings Association… in Godlatin,Missouri. (MORE)
This depends on the country. See related questions or re-ask yourquestion specifying the country. United States: Andrew Johnson was the President of the UnitedStates at the s…tart of 1869. He was replaced by Ulysses S. Grant onMarch 4. Andrew Johnson succeeded Abraham Lincoln as the seventeenthPresident of the United States, serving from 1865 April 15 to 1869March 4. He was born on December 29, 1808 in Raleigh, NorthCarolina; died July 31, 1875 in Elizabethton, Tennessee. Following Andrew Johnson's failure to win the Democratic nominationfor the United States Presidential Election of 1868, Ulysses S.Grant, the winning general of the civil war became the eighteenthPresident of the United States, serving from 1869 March 4 to 1877March 4. He was born April 27, 1822 in Point Pleasant, Ohio; diedJuly 23, 1885 in Mount McGregor, New York. (MORE)
Henry G. Blasdel (born January 29, 1825 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana; died July 22, 1900 in Oakland, California) succeeded James W. Nye as the first Governor of Nevada, serving be…tween December 5, 1864 and January 2, 1871, including the whole of 1869. (MORE)
Arthur I. Boreman (born July 24, 1823 in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania; died April 19, 1896 in Parkersburg, West Virginia), the first Governor of West Virginia, served between June… 20, 1863 and February 26, 1869.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Boreman's term as Governor, Daniel D. T. Farnsworth (born December 23, 1819 in Staten Island, New York; died December 5, 1892 in Buckhannon, West Virginia) became the second Governor of West Virginia, serving between February 26, 1869 and March 4, 1869.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Farnsworth's term as Governor, William E. Stevenson (born March 18, 1820 in Warren, Pennsylvania; died November 29, 1883 in Parkersburg, West Virginia) became the third Governor of West Virginia, serving between March 4, 1869 and March 4, 1871. (MORE)
David Butler (born December 16, 1829 in Linton, Indiana; died May 5, 1891 in Bloomington, Indinaa; died May 25, 1891 in Pawnee City, Nebraska), the first Governor of Nebraska,… served between February 21, 1867 and June 2, 1871, including the whole of 1869. (MORE)
George Lemuel Woods (born July 30, 1832 in Boone County, Missouri; died January 7, 1890 in Portland, Oregon) succeeded AC Gibbs as the third Governor of Oregon, serving betwee…n September 12, 1866 and September 14, 1870, including the whole of 1869. (MORE)
John W. Geary (born December 30, 1819 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; died February 8, 1873 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) succeeded Andrew Gregg Curtin as the sixteenth G…overnor of Pennsylvania, serving between January 15, 1867 and January 21, 1873, including the whole of 1869. (MORE)
Marcus Lawrence Ward (born November 9, 1812 in Newark, New Jersey; died April 25, 1884 in Newark, New Jersey) succeeded Joel Parker as the twenty-first Governor of New Jersey,… serving between January 16, 1866 and January 19, 1869.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Ward's term as Governor, Theodore Fitz Randolph (born June 24, 1826 in Mansfield, Pennsylvania; died November 7, 1883 in Morristown, New Jersey) became the twenty-second Governor of New Jersey, serving between January 19, 1869 and January 16, 1872. (MORE)