September 26, 1918: Beginning of the Argonne Offensive of World War One, in which 1 million American soldiers partook in battle.
September 27, 1908: The first version of Henry Ford’s Mode-T leaves the Piquette Plant in Detroit, Michigan.
September 28, 1867: The United States takes control of Midway Island, one of many military based in the Pacific outside of Hawaii.
September 29, 1963: First tour of the Rolling Stones, featuring an opening act for Bo Diddley.
September 30, 1934: Babe Ruth plays his final game for the New York Yankees.
October 1, 1958: U.S. Space Agency Nasa begins operations, incorporating earlier National Advisory Council on Aeronautics
Facts courtesy of onthisday.com