Teppline form for 2000 – 2020

January 1st, 2000

~ This timeline presents a selection of meme events of the 21st Century.

A Teppline version of this 21st Century information can be found here.  The Teppline includes location information that is not included in the timeline format.  More information about Timelines, Tepplines and the Tepp System for the presentation of information is here.

Donald Clayton may be reached at: @CityofNikko on Twitter.

This web page is under construction.

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Timeline of 21st Century Events

2000 – 2020

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Timeline of 21st Century Events: – QalaBist.com Post #2666 – Time Node: January 1, 2000 – Original Post: August 28, 2015, @ 20:24 UT
⇒ Current version: August 28, 2015
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US SUPREME COURT DECIDES 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

The 2000 Presidential Election is decided in Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. 98 (2000), by the United States Supreme Court in a decision that resolves the lawsuit about voting irregularities in the important Electoral College ‘swing state’ of Florida, where the brother of Presidential candidate GEORGE W. BUSH is Governor.  The U.S. Supreme Court decides in favor of the Bush family.

electcollege 030114-O-0000D-001 President George W. Bush. Photo by Eric Draper, White House.

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[2] 38:077 – North America – United States of America – District of Columbia –
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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Terminal and Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ATC) system in Boston (BOS) begins communication with American Air Lines (AAL) Flight 11 (11).

Note: The Flight Path information presented below for American Airlines Flight 11 of September 11, 2001, leaving Boston (BOS) (Logan International Airport), is from the February 19, 2002 National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) official report signed by [Chief, Vehicle Performance Division] Jim Ritter.

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Timeline of 21st Century Events:  END.

Teppline form for 1900 – 1999

January 1st, 1900

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The Tepp System for the presentation of information.

The following Teppline information presentation was begun on August 13, 2015.  The purpose of this presentation of information is (1) to explain how a Tepp format is constructed and why, and (2) to provide a standard form for the presentation of Teppline information.

Teppline presentations are written in the present tense, to convey the reality at the time of the entry date.   Photo captions and captions for other images may vary from this general rule.  Generally, Tepplines use a detail of resolution so that one can click on the face of a photograph or other image to enlarge.

Donald Clayton may be reached at: @CityofNikko on Twitter.

[Concept Text:  The following Teppline information presentation was originally QalaBist.com Post #1180, from March 2011; it has been modified and reposted on August 13, 2015 as QalaBist.com Post #2456.  The Time Node for this post is January 1, 1900.  The purpose of this presentation is to document and list major meme Events of the 20th Century.  In some cases Events have been included that, even though they were not perceived as being important at the time, are uncommonly important.

Teppline presentations are written in the present tense, and with location information, to convey the reality at the time of the entry date.   Photo captions and captions for other images may vary from this general rule.  Click on the “Thumbnail Images” to enlarge.  Some images may be enlarged further by clicking on the images again.

The information is derived from public information, family letters and archives, and personal recollections.   Information highlighted in red indicates information that is not necessarily certain or that needs further documentation or research.  In certain cases images are borrowed, if attribution is insufficient, efforts will be made to correct the situation.]

The following is a Teppline of Major World Events for 1900 – 1999.

The information presented is substantially correct and complete but may be updated with a later reference date.  The date version for this list is 2011.03.05.   The original version of this list was originally compiled on January 1, 2003 by Donald Clayton.

Additional Teppline of Major World Events for 2000 – 2012, 1800 – 1899 and 1700 – 1799 are either active or pending.

Material in this Teppline may include documents, maps, photographs and original research and writing from the Clayton Family Document CollectionAdditional information may be from material believed to be in the public domain, or material used pursuant to “fair use” or for educational purposes.  No copyright is claimed regarding this “Additional information”.  The Clayton Family Document Collection material herein contained in this specific Teppline is contributed to the Public Domain under the parameters of Qala Bist Blue.

Click on the “Thumbnail Images” to enlarge.  Some images may be enlarged further by clicking on the images again.

The author and owner of this website may be reached at: @CityofNikko on Twitter.

There is an additional Teppline of 19th Century Meme Events /Teppline of Major World Events for 1800 – 1899 under construction.

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• Insert a brief Event description, with the specific date information, as completely as it is known, presented at the end of the first sentence: “on December 8, 1900.”  The Month, Day, Year format should be used for the written description as that is the most commonly taught, and historically used, form.

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• The use of red indicates that the ‘best’ information available may not be accurate.  Red may also be used to highlight information that should be researched, especially a specific date or a more definite location.

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• The year, when Linked, links to a Calendar of the year, for determining the day of the week that an event occurred on.  The Calendar link is also useful for determining the dates of Holidays.

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• The Teppline format begins with the year that an event occurred in.  The Tepp format calls for beginning with a Line that separates one year from another.  If the only date that is known is the Year, then the information should be presented under just the year.

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• Often it is useful to make clear the Month that the event occurred in.  This is especially important when more than one Event occurred in the same month.  Again, a line separates the information between months.  Again, if the only date that is known is the Year and the Month, then the information should be presented under just the year and the month.

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• If the full date of an Event is known it should be presented.  The format used begins with the four digit Year, followed by a dot, followed by two digits indicating the number of the month, followed by a dot, followed by a two digit presentation for the date of the month.

This 10 space format is the most efficient and most logical presentation of time information.  It begins with the largest time unit, progressing to the smaller.  It is the system used by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Again, a line separates the information between each full date presentation.  The Month, and Full Date, Line Units should always be presented when there is more than one Event presentation in one year.  The 10 space format shown indicates “1905, March 4th.”

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• Often it is useful to indicate and present the day of the week that an Event occurred on.  The Tepp format involves a space, a slash, and a space before writing in Italics the full name (not abbreviated) of the day of the week.  Many of the Tepp System conventions are to facilitate web searches with search engines.

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• The fourth Line Unit in a Teppline involves the presentation of location information.   The first six digits present the Degree Unit (DU) of the area of the 64,800 possible spherographic ‘degree areas’ that the Event actually occurred in.  The information following the DU describes the location by presenting, in descending order of size, the commonly used geographic terminology.

The 1st reference is to the Continent or Ocean Area; 2nd is the Nation; 3rd is the State or other equivalent subdivision; 4th is the County; 5th (on a new line) is the City, Town, Village, or Community name.  The name of the City is always underlined to reduce confusion with the name of a County, State, River, or other location with the same name.

The location information presented should always reflect the conditions at the time of the event, not as they developed to at a later time.

As one can see from this example, the information does not always exactly fit.  Sometimes a County does not exist, sometimes the area at the time of the Event is disputed, especially as to claims made by a Nation.

The map below shows the changing county lines of Knox County, Tennessee.  The date of the Event and the community location would determine what County the Event occurred in and what County information should be presented.

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WashingtonThe White House – 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

• On the same line that the City is presented it is also important to present the Building Name (or Name of Business) if one exists, and the Street Address and Name if it existed and is known.  The name of the building or business should always be presented in bold.  The location direction (North, South, East, West) should be spelled out in italics, the non-cardinal directions (NE, SE, NW, SW) should be abbreviated, and in italics.

Names of locations should always be spelled out in full with proper capitalization.  Abbreviations generally should never be used.

NoteThe White House was built during the years of 1792 and 1800.  It was called The President’s House until some time after it was burned in 1814, and it began to be referred to as The White House because it was repainted white.

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[2] 38:077 – North America – United States of America – District of Columbia –
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LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION BEGINS

• Of course the Lewis and Clark Expedition did not begin in 1909, nor did it leave from The White House.  The point of the ‘All Caps’ (all capital letters) Headline is to clearly, succinctly, and truthfully summarize the Event that is briefly presented.

The length of the presentation is at the discretion of the writer (the author, the presenter).  However, the best presentation captures the Event that occurred on (or beginning) on that one day, presenting more detail in other Event entries with other appropriate dates.  The idea is to build an accurate timeline with multiple entries, not to write an essay, or a detailed summary.

If one is more inclined to write a long, or fairly long description or discussion, it is best presented as a Post.  The Post can easily be Linked from the Teppline (timeline) location.

What a Teppline is best at doing, is (1) providing specific information and basic important details that are often left out of narrative presentations, and (2) providing information on contextual events, or ‘multi-point’ events, that are relevant to, or bear on, the primary Event or Events that are the principle topic of the Teppline being created.
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QalaBist.com #2454 – August 13, 2015
 

Teppline form for 1800 – 1899

January 1st, 1800

The Tepp System for the presentation of information.

The following Teppline information presentation was begun on August 13, 2015.  The purpose of this presentation of information is to (1) explain how a Tepp format is constructed and why, and (2) to provide a standard form for the presentation of Teppline information.

Teppline presentations are written in the present tense, to convey the reality at the time of the entry date.   Photo captions and captions for other images may vary from this general rule.  Generally, Tepplines use a detail of resolution so that one can click on the face of a photograph or other image to enlarge.

The author and owner of this website may be reached at: @CityofNikko on Twitter.
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QalaBist.com #2450 – Version:  August 13, 2015


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1800

• Insert a brief Event description, with the specific date information, as completely as it is known, presented at the end of the first sentence: “on December 8, 1800.”  The Month, Day, Year format should be used for the written description as that is the most commonly taught, and historically used, form.

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• The use of red indicates that the ‘best’ information available may not be accurate.  Red may also be used to highlight information that should be researched, especially a specific date or a more definite location.

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• The year, when Linked, links to a Calendar of the year, for determining the day of the week that an event occurred on.  The Calendar link is also useful for determining the dates of Holidays.

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• The Teppline format begins with the year that an event occurred in.  The Tepp format calls for beginning with a Line that separates one year from another.  If the only date that is known is the Year, then the information should be presented under just the year.

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• Often it is useful to make clear the Month that the event occurred in.  This is especially important when more than one Event occurred in the same month.  Again, a line separates the information between months.  Again, if the only date that is known is the Year and the Month, then the information should be presented under just the year and the month.

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• If the full date of an Event is known it should be presented.  The format used begins with the four digit Year, followed by a dot, followed by two digits indicating the number of the month, followed by a dot, followed by a two digit presentation for the date of the month.

This 10 space format is the most efficient and most logical presentation of time information.  It begins with the largest time unit, progressing to the smaller.  It is the system used by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Again, a line separates the information between each full date presentation.  The Month, and Full Date, Line Units should always be presented when there is more than one Event presentation in one year.  The 10 space format shown indicates “1805, March 4th.”

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• Often it is useful to indicate and present the day of the week that an Event occurred on.  The Tepp format involves a space, a slash, and a space before writing in Italics the full name (not abbreviated) of the day of the week.  Many of the Tepp System conventions are to facilitate web searches with search engines.

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[2] 38:077 – North America – United States of America – District of Columbia –
Washington – 

• The fourth Line Unit in a Teppline involves the presentation of location information.   The first six digits present the Degree Unit (DU) of the area of the 64,800 possible spherographic ‘degree areas’ that the Event actually occurred in.  The information following the DU describes the location by presenting, in descending order of size, the commonly used geographic terminology.

The 1st reference is to the Continent or Ocean Area; 2nd is the Nation; 3rd is the State or other equivalent subdivision; 4th is the County; 5th (on a new line) is the City, Town, Village, or Community name.  The name of the City is always underlined to reduce confusion with the name of a County, State, River, or other location with the same name.

The location information presented should always reflect the conditions at the time of the event, not as they developed to at a later time.

As one can see from this example, the information does not always exactly fit.  Sometimes a County does not exist, sometimes the area at the time of the Event is disputed, especially as to claims made by a Nation.

The map below shows the changing county lines of Knox County, Tennessee.  The date of the Event and the community location would determine what County the Event occurred in and what County information should be presented.

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[2] 38:077 – North America – United States of America – District of Columbia –
WashingtonThe White House – 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

• On the same line that the City is presented it is also important to present the Building Name (or Name of Business) if one exists, and the Street Address and Name if it existed and is known.  The name of the building or business should always be presented in bold.  The location direction (North, South, East, West) should be spelled out in italics, the non-cardinal directions (NE, SE, NW, SW) should be abbreviated, and in italics.

Names of locations should always be spelled out in full with proper capitalization.  Abbreviations generally should never be used.

NoteThe White House was built during the years of 1792 and 1800.  It was called The President’s House until some time after it was burned in 1814, and it began to be referred to as The White House because it was repainted white.  For the date of December 14, 1808 the proper presentation would be The President’s House.

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WashingtonThe White House – 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION BEGINS

• Of course the Lewis and Clark Expedition did not begin in 1809, nor did it leave from The White House.  The point of the ‘All Caps’ (all capital letters) Headline is to clearly, succinctly, and truthfully summarize the Event that is briefly presented.

The length of the presentation is at the discretion of the writer (the author, the presenter).  However, the best presentation captures the Event that occurred on (or beginning) on that one day, presenting more detail in other Event entries with other appropriate dates.  The idea is to build an accurate timeline with multiple entries, not to write an essay, or a detailed summary.

If one is more inclined to write a long, or fairly long description or discussion, it is best presented as a Post.  The Post can easily be Linked from the Teppline (timeline) location.

What a Teppline is best at doing, is (1) providing specific information and basic important details that are often left out of narrative presentations, and (2) providing information on contextual events, or ‘multi-point’ events, that are relevant to, or bear on, the primary Event or Events that are the principle topic of the Teppline being created.
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[2] 00:000 – North America – United States of America – State – County –
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