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Events from the year 1908 in the United States.
Federal Government
President: Theodore Roosevelt (R-New York)
Vice President: vacant
Chief Justice: Melville Weston Fuller (Illinois)
Speaker of the House of Representatives: Champ Clark (D-Missouri)
Senate Majority Leader: Henry Cabot Lodge (R-Massachusetts)
Congress: 58th
January 30 – The New York Rangers win their second consecutive Stanley Cup.
February 3 – A play entitled The Marriage Market opens at the Garrick Theater in New York City. It is alleged to be the first American play performed in three acts.
February 6 – The first "colored" entry in the Indianapolis 500. A. J. Hagen (1909 International Grand Prize winner) driving for Mike O'Rourke in the front-wheel drive Indianapolis entry, lead the race for one lap with a time of 3:29.09 (90.15 mph), but is passed just after a second lap by the front-wheel drive Riley.
February 20 – Archaeologists uncover the sites of the first known habitation of the Upper Paleolithic period near Ice Lake, Pennsylvania.
March 3 – The Kellogg Act is signed into law.
March 9 – Phoebe Apperson Hearst's successful horse Heats wins the Vanderbilt Cup.
March 18 – A tornado (known as the Shelbyville–Indianapolis tornado) tears through the Central Indiana town of Shelbyville. It leaves 10 dead and over $1 million (equivalent to $47.9 million in 2008) in damage.
March 22 – The first Academy Awards are presented.
April 5 – The New York Journal creates the first cartoon-strip adaptation of a comic-book character, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, starring Alexander Portnoy.
April 6 – Frank Norris, 20-year-old journalist, is hired by the Red Star Line at anchor in Astoria, Queens.
May 7 – The 104th Congress is opened in Washington, D.C.
June 4 – 1908 Republican National Convention in Chicago: William Howard Taft is nominated for president by the Convention.
June 7 – President Theodore Roosevelt signs the 22nd Dyer Act, which creates the Prison Industries Relief and Reform Act e8028e88c3



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