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  • 1921

    • May

      • May 25, 1921
        • Director Oscar Micheaux's Bass Reeves feature Trust in the Law! premieres at the Williams Dreamland Theater. (episode Peteypedia)

      • May 31, 1921
        • Masked vigilante/police officer Angela Abar's ancestors are victims of the Tulsa Race Riots, when mobs of white residents attacked black residents and businesses of the Greenwood District. Mentioned by hologram when Angela Abar enters the Greenwood Center for Cultural Heritage: "It started like any other day for the Greenwood Avenue Volunteer Fire Department…"(Season 1 episode If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own)

    • June

      • June 1, 1921
        • June Abar and Will Williams, who later becomes Will Reeves, are smuggled out of Tulsa during the Tulsa Massacre. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)

  • 1938

    • March

      • March 26, 1938
        • Graduation ceremonies for the NYPD Police Academy Class of 1938, including Will Reeves and Hollis Mason. (episode Peteypedia)

    • October

      • October 13, 1938
        • Will Reeves becomes Hooded Justice. (Season 1 episode This Extraordinary Being)

  • 1939

    • July

      • July 2, 1939
        • Adrian Alexander Veidt born in New York City to Friedrich Werner Veidt and Ingrid Renata Veidt. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 1940

    • October

      • October 2, 1940
        • Edward Blake sexually assaults Sally Jupiter. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 1949

    • December

      • December 1, 1949
        • Tulsa Police Chief Judd Crawford born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. (episode Peteypedia)

      • December 15, 1949
        • Tulsa Police Chief Judd Crawford born. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)

  • 1955

    • June

      • June 1, 1955
        • John David Keene, later Senator Keene, promises Dale Dixon Crawford a gift. (episode Peteypedia)

      • June 2, 1955
        • John David Keene, later Senator Keene, gives Dale Dixon Crawford Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship, a painting by George Catlin. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 1959

    • August

      • August 20, 1959
        • U.S. government researcher Jon Osterman obliterated after being caught in an experimental intrinsic field generator, later reassembled as the big blue omniscient superhero that would become known as Dr. Manhattan - an event portrayed in Adrian Veidt's play. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)

  • 1971

    • May

      • May 31, 1971
        • Nelson Gardner changes his will, naming Will Reeves his sole beneficiary. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 1974

    • August

      • August 9, 1974
        • Nelson Gardner dies in a traffic accident in New York. He is decapitated after flying through the windshield, but his head is never found. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 1975

    • March

      • March 3, 1975
        • Will Reeves presented with the contents of Nelson Forrest Gardner's will at his place of employment, a movie theater in Harlem. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 1976

    • January

      • January 18, 1976
        • Angela Abar/Sister Night born. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)

    • November

      • November 22, 1976
        • Jelani Calvin born. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 1985

    • October

      • October 10, 1985
        • New York Gazette headline: MANHATTAN LEAVES EARTH FOR MARS (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)

      • October 12, 1985
        • Date of a "meandering investigation" into the grisly murder of Edward Blake, a.k.a. The Comedian in Rorschach's Journal. (episode Peteypedia)

      • October 13, 1985
        • Date of entry in Rorschach's journal: "First visit of the evening fruitless. Nobody knew anything. Feel slightly depressed. This city is dying of Rabies. Is the best I can do to wipe random flecks of foam from its lips? Never despair never surrender. I leave the human cockroaches to discuss their heroin and child pornography. I have business elsewhere with a better class of person." (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)

      • October 19, 1985
        • Dr. Manhattan abandons Earth. (episode Peteypedia)

      • October 21, 1985
        • Kovacs apprehended by the NYPD at the home of former costumed criminal Edgar William Jacobi, a.k.a. Molock the Mystic. (episode Peteypedia)

      • October 31, 1985
        • A pair of second generation Alpha Class masks put on their old costumes and rescue Kovacs from Sing-Sing in a deadly raid. (episode Peteypedia)

    • November

      • November 1, 1985
        • A giant squid lands in New York.
        • In Hoboken, with the Doomsday Clock set at one midnight to midnight, a crew of Jehovah's Witnesses, including a young Wade Tillman, the future Detective Looking Glass, invades an amusement park. Wade is later humiliated by a member of the Knot Tops gang, who strips him naked and steals his clothes in a house of mirrors, moments before the giant squid lands in New York. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
        • Adrian Veidt records a message to future president Robert Redford, intended for him to hear seven years later. (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)
        • Bian My steals semen sample 2346 and uses it to conceive Lady Trieu. (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)

      • November 2, 1985
        • The Dimensional Incursion Event: A giant squid appears in the middle of New York killing three million people. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 1986

    • March

      • March 21, 1986
        • The New Frontiersman begins publishing excerpts from Rorschach's journal. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 1993

    • January

      • January 21, 1993
        • President Robert Redford inaugurated.
        • President Robert Redford inauguration mentioned in Adrian Veidt's message to him, recorded seven years earlier, on November 1, 1985. (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)
        • President Robert Redford inauguration mentioned in Adrian Veidt's message to him, recorded seven years earlier, on November 1, 1985. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)

  • 1995

    • April

      • April 24, 1995
        • Special Agent David Latimer, of the FBI's Vigilante Operations division, interrogates Laurie Juspeczyk about the killing of Timothy McVeigh. Juspeczyk cooperates, Dreiberg does not; he is sent to prison and is still there in 2019. (episode Peteypedia)
        • FBI Special Agent David Latimer interviews Ms. Juspeczyk, a.k.a. masked vigilante Silk Spectre. (episode Peteypedia)

      • April 28, 1995
        • The FBI raids MerlinCorp, Dan Dreiberg's company, and seizes the blueprints for Excalibur. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 2004

    • December

      • December 13, 2004
        • The 10th Circuit decides Greenwood Survivors v. State of Oklahoma, laying the legal groundwork for reparations. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 2009

    • December

      • December 23, 2009
        • Angela Abar takes Calvin Jelani to Rampart Memorial Hospital in Saigon to seek treatment for his amnesia. (episode Peteypedia)

  • 2010

    • December

      • December 14, 2010
        • Adrian Veidt begins writing his play The Watchmaker's Son. That night, he celebrates his first year on Europa with champagne and cake. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)

  • 2011

    • December

      • December 14, 2011
        • Adrian Veidt second anniversary on Europa. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)

  • 2012

    • December

      • December 14, 2012
        • Adrian Veidt kills a buffalo and exchanges nasty letters with the game warden. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)

  • 2013

    • December

      • December 14, 2013
        • Adrian Veidt celebrates four years on Europa by murdering his entire staff, then stays up all night training their replacements. (Season 1 episode If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own)

  • 2016

    • December

      • December 14, 2016
        • Adrian Veidt finds a horseshoe hidden inside his seventh anniversary cake. (Season 1 episode A God Walks into Abar)

      • December 24, 2016
        • Christmas Eve 2016, also known as White Night.
        • White supremacist group The Seventh Kavalry attack the homes of 40 police officers working for the Tulsa Police Department. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)

      • December 27, 2016
        • Angela Abar wakes up in the hospital to find Judd Crawford sitting by her side. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)

  • 2017

    • December

      • December 14, 2017
        • Lady Trieu's rescue spaceship arrives on Europa, on Adrian Veidt's eighth anniversary. (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)

  • 2018

    • October

      • October 19, 2018
        • Date of The Talk of Tulsa newspaper article headline "LADY TRIEU: FACT OR FICTION". (episode Peteypedia)

  • 2019

    • August

      • August 29, 2019
        • Date of letter to the Anti-Vigilante Task Force from Director James Doyan. (episode Peteypedia)

    • September

      • September 1, 2019
        • Special Agent Dale Petey writes a memo urging the FBI not to declare Adrian Veidt dead, for fear of angering right-wingers who want him found and punished for his role in Rorschach's disappearance. (episode Peteypedia)

      • September 3, 2019
        • Dale Petey writes a memo. (episode Peteypedia)

      • September 8, 2019
        • A Tulsa Police Department routine traffic stop goes south.
        • Sheriff Judd Crawford and his wife attend a production of Oklahoma. Officer Charlie Sutton of the Tulsa Police Department is shot by a Seventh Kavalry member during a routine traffic stop. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)

      • September 9, 2019
        • Adrian Veidt is declared legally dead. Angela Abar attends Career Day at her son's school. A squidfall hits Tulsa, Vancouver, Jakarta, and Leningrad. That afternoon, Angela Abar kidnaps a Seventh Kavalry member to interrogate about the shooting. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)

      • September 10, 2019
        • The police raid the Seventh Kavalry facility at the cattle ranch. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)

      • September 15, 2019
        • Petey writes a memo regarding Internal Affairs. (episode Peteypedia)
        • The Crawfords have dinner at Cal and Angela's house. Later that night, Will Reeves uses mind control to make Judd Crawford hang himself. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)

      • September 16, 2019
        • The Tulsa Police Department finds Crawford's body and rousts the local Nixonville. Angela visits the Greenwood Center for Cultural Heritage and drops off Will's DNA sample. Later, she visits June Crawford, finding a Klan robe in Judd's closet. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)

      • September 17, 2019
        • Laurie Blake captures The Revenger. Senator Keene visits her that night and asks her to travel to Oklahoma the next morning to look into the murder of Sheriff Judd Crawford. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
        • Date of news article TULSA POLICE CHIEF FEARED SLAIN. (episode Peteypedia)

      • September 18, 2019
        • Agents Angela Blake and Dale Petey attend a briefing on the Seventh Kavalry, then fly to Tulsa. Blake visits the crime scene, the Crawford home, a Tulsa Police Department interrogation site, and a motel, and then attends Judd Crawford's funeral, where she meets Angela and her family. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)

      • September 19, 2019
        • Angela Abar gives Looking Glass Judd's Klan robe and pills, and later chases masked adventurer known as Lube Man. Laurie Blake visits Cal Abar at his home. Angela and Blake visit Lady Trieu to ask about her drones. Bian has her nightmare. (Season 1 episode If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own)

      • September 20, 2019
        • Looking Glass consults on a PR campaign for New York City. Laurie Blake takes over the investigation into the Seventh Kavalry and sends the Tulsa PD to canvas local churches to find the Kavalry's headquarters. Looking Glass' Extra-Dimensional Security alarm system malfunctions. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)

      • September 21, 2019
        • Looking Glass consults on a breakfast cereal campaign and visits his ex-wife to find out what Will Reeves' pills are. That night, he makes a new friend at a meeting of Extra-Dimensional Anxiety sufferers. She introduces him to Senator Keene, who asks for a favor. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)

      • September 22, 2019
        • Dale Petey writes a memo regarding Actual Work. (episode Peteypedia)
        • Looking Glass consults on an ad campaign for a new perfume, then turns Angela Abar over to Blake. Abar takes her grandfather Will's Nostalgia. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)

      • September 23, 2019
        • Laurie Blake kidnapped by June Crawford. Angela wakes up Dr. Manhattan. Lady Trieu brings Adrian Veidt back to Earth, and activates the Millennium Clock. (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)

      • September 24, 2019
        • Following the death of Dr. Manhattan, Angela Abar eats an egg she believes may contain his powers, and steps into her swimming pool. (Season 1 episode See How They Fly)

      • September 26, 2019
        • Petey writes a memo about Max Shea's book Fogdancing. (episode Peteypedia)

    • October

      • October 1, 2019
        • Date of memo to the Anti-Vigilante Task Force from Deputy Director Farragut regarding Dale Petey no longer being an FBI agent. (episode Peteypedia)

    • November

      • November 4, 2019
        • Date that the re-release of The Book of Rorschach by Sons of Pale Horse is set to drop. (episode Peteypedia)
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