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==Timeline of 1837==
 
==Timeline of 1837==
 
*1837/2 [[Oshio Heihachiro|Ôshio Heihachirô]] leads a peasant rebellion in [[Osaka]].
 
*1837/2 [[Oshio Heihachiro|Ôshio Heihachirô]] leads a peasant rebellion in [[Osaka]].
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*1837/4 [[Tokugawa Ienari]] officially abdicates his position as Shogun.
 
*1837/6 American ship ''[[Morrison]]'', seeking to repatriate Japanese castaways and to trade, is driven away from the ports of [[Uraga]] (near [[Edo]]) and [[Yamakawa]] in [[Satsuma han]] by cannon fire. This is the only time the [[1825]] [[Edict to Repel Foreign Vessels]] is put into action.
 
*1837/6 American ship ''[[Morrison]]'', seeking to repatriate Japanese castaways and to trade, is driven away from the ports of [[Uraga]] (near [[Edo]]) and [[Yamakawa]] in [[Satsuma han]] by cannon fire. This is the only time the [[1825]] [[Edict to Repel Foreign Vessels]] is put into action.
 
*1837/6 [[Ikuta Yorozu]] leads a peasant rebellion in [[Kuwana han]] (Ise province).
 
*1837/6 [[Ikuta Yorozu]] leads a peasant rebellion in [[Kuwana han]] (Ise province).

Revision as of 07:38, 26 April 2017

Tenpô 8 (天保八年)

Timeline of 1837

Other Events of 1837

  • The Morrison arrives at Naha Port; the ship is provisioned and its crew permitted to move about the city before departing for Japan.
  • Substantial repair work is done on Shuri castle.
  • A Confucian temple is built in Shuri.

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