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1892 in the United States

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1892 in the United States

1892 in the United States
Years: 1889 1890 189118921893 1894 1895


44 stars (1891–96)

Timeline of United States history
History of the United States (1865–1918)

Events from the year 1892 in the United States.


Federal Government









  • January 9 – Eva Bowring, United States Senator from Nebraska in 1954. (died 1985)
  • January 14 – Hal Roach, film and television producer and director, and actor (died 1992)
  • January 16 – William A. Stanfill, United States Senator from Kentucky from 1945 till 1946. (died 1971)
  • February 19 – Scott W. Lucas, United States Senator from Illinois from 1939 till 1951. (died 1968)
  • March 26 – Paul Douglas, United States Senator from Illinois from 1949 till 1967. (died 1976)
  • April 8 – Rose McConnell Long, United States Senator from Louisiana from 1936 till 1937. (died 1970)
  • May 10 – Arthur E. Nelson, United States Senator from Minnesota from 1942 till 1943. (died 1955)
  • June 6 – Donald F. Duncan, Sr., American toy maker and businessman, founded the Duncan Toys Company (died 1971)
  • July 10 – Spessard Holland, United States Senator from Florida from 1946 till 1971. (died 1971)
  • August 20 – George Aiken, United States Senator from Vermont from 1941 till 1975. (died 1984)
  • August 23 – Alexander G. Barry, United States Senator from Oregon from 1938 till 1939. (died 1952)
  • November 10 – Frank A. Barrett, United States Senator from Wyoming from 1953 till 1959. (died 1962)


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