1890s


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the decade from 1890 to 1899

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31) One study of magazine articles revealed that the most frequently emphasized traits of heroes in the 1890s were their impressive size and strength.
The hall has been open to the public for the past 15 years, receiving guests from as far afield as Japan and New Zealand, through the Beatrix Potter Society The creator of Peter Rabbit and Squirrel Nutkin was Mrs Smith's great-great-aunt, who was a regular visitor to the hall in the 1890s and came up with the idea for the book
Boston Brahmin Gertrude Beals Bourne was born on Beacon Hill in 1868 and began her career as a painter in the 1890s.
Also, as had come to my attention in the introduction, all of these half-hundred items appeared originally in periodicals of the 1890s.
Henry Holmes, who was America's first celebrity serial killer in the 1890s," he reveals gleefully.
Henry Lincoln Johnson was born in North Carolina in the late 1890s, but the exact year and date of his birth are unknown.
Yet, despite Wedekind's avant-garde, outre, and daring themes, the intertextual material he refers to is considered decidedly "classical" in the western canon, including the 1890s (except for Nietzsche).
Prescott's "red light" area was burned in a fire in the late 1890s.
October is McIntosh season in Bitterroot Valley--the largest supplier of apples in the Northwest from the 1890s to the 1910s, when hundreds of McIntosh apple orchards were planted.
One particularly striking photograph, taken in the 1890s by a French military doctor, shows a group of Dahomean women who were officers and members of the king's fierce Amazon Battalion.
So how did these brothers, growing up poor on the streets of New York in the 1890s, become internationally known comic characters who have made all types of people laugh for almost a century now?
1890s on) Cigar Makers International Union of America, with blue union label (c.
In the late 1890s, she set: up one of the first four-year degree programs in physical education, and later she became the first female professor of physical education in the United States.
Kaplan has three aims here: first, he seeks to establish the importance of the issue of the impot as the key event in France of the 1890s.
They point out, for instance, that Armenian nationalists tried to split up Anatolia (the large plateau region of Asian Turkey) in the 1890s.