- Feb 1 Chicago White Sox and New York Giants play a 10-inning, 3-3 tie in Cairo, Egypt in an exhibition MLB game; part of special 56-game world tour
- Feb 1 Pennsylvania State Board of [motion picture] censors appointed
Debut of "The Tramp"
Feb 7 Charlie Chaplin debuts silent film character The Tramp in "Kid Auto Races at Venice"
- Feb 7 Steel work completed on Exposition (Civic) Auditorium, San Francisco
- Feb 8 General Zamon becomes President of Haiti
Gandhi's Passive Resistance
Feb 10 In accordance with the understanding reached by General J.C. Smuts and Mahatma Gandhi, 60 passive resistance prisoners released from Pietermaritzburg Prison; 40 passive resisters released in Durban, 8 in Newcastle, 11 in Port Elizabeth
Feb 12 "The Squaw Man", 1st feature-length film shot in Hollywood, directed by Cecil B. DeMille and Oscar Apfel, is released in the US
Event of Interest
Feb 12 Dedication ceremony for the about to be constructed Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
No Babies Please!
Feb 19 Four-year old Charlotte May Pierstorff mailed by train from Grangeville, Idaho to her grandparents’ house 73 miles away in most famous 'child in the post' instance
- Feb 19 Riccardo Zandonai's opera "Francesco da Rimini" premieres in Turin
- Feb 21 Bai Lang ("White Wolf") troops attack Zhanjiang, China
- Feb 21 In a secret meeting of civil and military leaders, Russian Foreign Minister Sazonov convinces them to support a plan for seizing the straits, controlled by Turkey, that block access to the Mediterranean
- Feb 24 Frank Craven's "Too Many Cooks" premieres in NYC
- Feb 26 HMHS Britannic, sister to the Titanic, is launched at Harland & Wolff, Belfast
- Feb 26 New York Museum of Science & Industry incorporated
- Feb 28 Construction begins on Tower of Jewels for the San Francisco Exposition