Huey P. Long is expelled from school for distributing a petition against adding a 12th year of schooling as a graduation requirement.
Japan annexes Korea, Choson Dynasty (establsihed in 1392) falls.
China abolishes slavery.
Italian-Abyssinian Demarcation Commission begins work in Dule.
Standard Oil of New Jersey begins to explore for oil for Iraq.
Washington becomes the fifth American state to grant women the right to vote.
Democrat Lee Cruce defeats Republican Joe McNeal to become Governor of Oklahoma and the capital of Oklahoma is moved from Guthrie to Oklahoma City.
U.S. Marines continue to occupy the Isthmus of Panama, which they will do until January 21, 1914.
February 10: Egyptian Prime Minister Boutros Ghali is assassinated.
May 19-September 4: U.S. Marines occupy Bluefields, Nicaragua.
October 18: U.S. special agent Thomas C. Dawson arrives in Managua, Nicaragua for 10 days of meetings with Nicaraguan political leaders, who agree to call an election for members of a constitutional convention. The convention is to elect a president and vice-president for two years.