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A seguir, é apresentada uma linha do tempo da história do bairro de Queens em Nova York, Nova York, EUA.

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Antes do século XX

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History of New York CityLenape and New Netherland, to 1664New AmsterdamBritish and Revolution, 1665–1783Federal and early American, 1784–1854Tammany and Consolidation, 1855–1897(Civil War, 1861–1865)Early 20th century, 1898–1945Post–World War II, 1946–1977Modern and post-9/11, 1978–presentSee alsoTransportationTimelines: NYC • Bronx • Brooklyn • Queens • Staten IslandCategory
1657 - Flushing Remonstrance1683 - Queens County created.1790 - Population: 16,014.1821 - Horse racing track opens.1858 - First all-star baseball game and first games in which admission is charged takes place in Corona at the old Fashion Race Course.1860 - Population: 57,391.1870 - Population: 73,803.1880 - Population: 90,574.1889 - BMT Myrtle Avenue Line begins operating.1890 - Population: 128,059.1898 - January 1: Queens is established as a borough in the City of Greater New York. The borough consists of only part of the previous boundaries of Queens County; Nassau County is established in the remaining part.

século 20

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1900King Manor Museum founded in Jamaica.Population: 152,999.1909 - Queensboro Bridge opens.1910East River Tunnels open.Population: 284,041.1911 - Queens Chamber of Commerce established.1912 - Chapin Home for the Aging active.1914 - Murray Hill Theatre opens in Flushing.1915 - US Open tennis tournament relocates to Queens.1916 - Queensboro Plaza (New York City Subway) opens.1920 - Population: 469,042.1928 - The 7 Train reaches Flushing1930King Kullen grocery supermarket in business.Population: 1,079,129.1933 - IND Crosstown Line begins operating.1936 - Triborough Bridge built.1939April 30: 1939 New York World's Fair opens.Bronx–Whitestone Bridge built.1940Queens–Midtown Tunnel opens.Beacon Theater opens in Long Island City.Population: 1,297,634.1941 - Strand Theatre opens in Astoria.


1950 - Population: 1,550,849.1953 - Queens Symphony Orchestra formed.1960 - Population: 1,809,578.1963The revised (1963) New York City Charter creates community boards within each borough.Weight Watchers founded.1964Shea Stadium opens, bringing Major League Baseball and the National Football League to Queens with the New York Mets and the New York Jets.April 22: 1964 New York World's Fair opens.1968 - Queens Historical Society founded.1969 - Mets win the World Series for the first time.1971 - Queens Tribune newspaper in publication.1976Afrikan Poetry Theatre founded.Son of Sam serial killings take place over a year in Flushing, Bellerose, and Forest Hills.1983Silvercup Studios in business.Gary Ackerman becomes U.S. representative for New York's 7th congressional district.1985 - Greater Astoria Historical Society founded.1986 - Mets win their second World Series.1990Citicorp Building constructed, at the time the tallest building between Manhattan and Boston.Population: 1,951,598.1993 - New York Hospital Queens active.1996 - Energy Brands, maker of Vitamin Water, established in Whitestone.1997 - Arthur Ashe Stadium opens, home to the US Open tennis tournament.1998 - Gregory Meeks becomes U.S. representative for New York's 6th congressional district.

século 21

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2000 - 2010s

2000 - Population: 2,229,379.2001November 12: Airplane crash occurs.Astoria Performing Arts Center established.2007 - Newtown Historical Society formed.2010March 10: José Peralta, of Jackson Heights became the first Dominican-American to be elected to the New York State Senate.Queens Memory Project begins.Population: 2,230,722 in Queens.2013Grace Meng becomes U.S. representative for New York's 6th congressional district.The graffiti wall 5 Pointz in Long Island City falls prey to redevelopment and is torn down without any opportunity to preserve the artwork.2014October 23: 2014 Queens hatchet attack.Melinda Katz becomes borough president.2017January 20: Jamaica born Donald Trump becomes the 45th President of the United States2019February 14: After being awarded one of the two new headquarter locations for Amazon, the company announced it was withdrawing its plans to establish a presence in Long Island City, and with this withdrawal the prospect of 25,000 new jobs.


Informações adicionais: Covid-19 Pandemia na cidade de Nova York
2020December 14: Sandra Lindsay, a Registered Nurse at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, became the first recipient of the first dosage of the then only Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) approved COVID-19 vaccine - the Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.2021January 4: Nurse Sandra Lindsay, received her second and final dosage of a EUA approved COVID-19 vaccine. With the second dosage, she is expected to have a 95% immunity to COVID-19.February 10: Citi Field is converted into a COVID-19 vaccination "mega-site" operated by the City of New York.

Veja também

Queens directoriesQueens historyNational Register of Historic Places in Queens County, New YorkList of New York City Designated Landmarks in QueensList of streetcar lines in QueensList of New York City Subway stations in QueensList of Queens borough presidentsList of Queens neighborhoodsNeighborhood histories: Astoria, Bayside, College Point, Corona, Douglaston, Elmhurst, Flushing, Glendale, Jamaica, Long Island City, Maspeth, Ridgewood, Rockaway, Whitestone, Woodhaven, Woodside, etc.other NYC boroughsTimeline of BrooklynTimeline of the BronxTimeline of Staten IslandTimeline of New York City - a timeline inclusive of both Greater New York City and Manhattan history.


Publicado no século XIX Franklin B. Hough (1872), "Queens County", Gazetteer do Estado de Nova York, Albany, Nova York: Andrew Boyd, OCLC 18450990 - via Internet Archivehistory do Condado de Queens, Nova York. Munsell. 1882. Diretório de negócios da Borough of the Borough. NY: Trow. 1899. + Registre -se publicou no projeto dos escritores do século XX (1939). "Queens". Guia da cidade de Nova York. American Guide Series. Nova York: Random House. HDL: 2027/mdp.39015008975883 - via hathitrust.mary A. Glascock. Uma bibliografia anotada da história do condado de Queens, Nova York (Queens College, 1977) 218 ​​Pagesjanet E. Lieberman e Richard K. Lieberman. Limites da cidade: uma história social do Queens (Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1983) Vincent F. Seyfried; William Asadorian (1991). Old Queens, Nova York, nas primeiras fotografias. Dover. ISBN 978-0-486-26358-8. publicou-se no século 21. Recursos". Uma caminhada pelo Queens. Educational Broadcasting Corporation. 2004. (Inclui seção "History") Claudia Gryvatz Copquin (2007). Os bairros das rainhas. Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-300-11299-3.Brendan McGovern e John W. Frazier (2015). "Evoluindo assentamentos étnicos nas rainhas: forças históricas e atuais que remodelavam a geografia humana". Foco na geografia (58).