1836 – Born on July 8th in Camberwell Grove, London, England, United Kingdom. British businessman, social reformer, and radical politician.
1861 – Married to Harriet Kenrick on July.
1868 – Married to Florence Kenrick.
– He was elected as a town councilor.
1873 – Chamberlain became mayor and for the next three years introduced a series of social reforms.
1876 – Chamberlain was extremely popular in Birmingham, and was elected unopposed in a parliamentary election.
1880 – Made his mark in the House of Commons and after the General Election, William Gladstone appointed Chamberlain as President of the Board of Trade.
1885 – During the General Election Chamberlain was seen as the leader of the Radicals with his calls for land reform, housing reform and higher taxes on the rich.
1886 – Formed an alliance with the Conservative Party.
1895 – Became the British colonial secretary.
1903 – Joseph Chamberlain resigned from office so that he would be free to advocate his scheme of tariff reform.
1906 – Struck down by a stroke and took no further part in politics.
1914 – Died on July 2nd in London, England.