December 19, 1825: Es scheint mit Jubelchörchen for chorus by Emilie Zumsteeg (29) to anonymous words is performed for the first time, in Stuttgart to (belatedly) celebrate the birthday of the composer.
September 28, 1841: Jubiläumslied for chorus by Emilie Zumsteeg (44) to words of Grüneisen is performed for the first time, in Stuttgart during festivities surrounding the 25th anniversary of the coronation of King Wilhelm I of Württemberg.
February 28, 1842: The publication of Six Songs for voice and piano op.6 by Emilie Zumsteeg (45) is advertised in the Stuttgart Musikalischen Volksblatt.
August 1, 1857: Emilie Zumsteeg dies in Stuttgart, Kingdom of Württemberg, aged 60 years, seven months, and 23 days.
August 3, 1857: A crowd of students, friends, and others accompany the body of Emilie Zumsteeg from her home on the Gymnasiumstraße to Hoppenlau cemetery in Stuttgart where it is laid to rest.