1900s


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the decade from 1900 to 1909

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Bonello, a prolific author, historian, archivist, and collector has compiled an impressive selection of the photographs of obscure Maltese photographer Horatio Agius (approximately 1840-1910), dating from the 1860s to the 1900s.
It started in the early 1900s as the Brunswick Central Lads Club at Shore Head.
On another day, we hiked to the former site of Pine City, a mining camp that also dated to the early 1900s.
Emily has learned that by touching an object from the past and the house at the same time, she can time travel back to pioneer days in the early 1900s.
During the late 1800s and early 1900s, before cocaine's prohibition in most nations, major pharmaceutical companies marketed cocaine-based medicinal products.
Each individual volume is dedicated to presenting an historical overview of a particular decade of world history beginning with the 1900s and concluding with the 1990s.
Imaginatively written by Marianne Markarian for young readers ages 8 to 12, "The Pesky Bird" is an entertaining story with a theme about social acceptance, set in a small Armenian village in the early 1900s.
In the early 1900s, roughly 100,000 cheetahs roamed expanses of Asia and Africa.
Hess argues that the problem with American schools is not a lack of spending but the continued use of a school system designed for the 1900s when expectations of the education system were considerably lower.
Frank Norris, noted fundamentalist in the first half of the 1900s.
The glass paintings show city scenes from the 1900s, and include the old cathedral and cobble-stoned streets where the horse and cart is still king.
Yet travel they did, from Gertrude Bell in 1900s Iraq to Pocahontas in 1616 London.
Passing Through takes the reader from the early 1900s to the present day.
The concern pertains to Aboriginal land that was allocated to the railway in the early 1900s.
The species was brought from Australia in the early 1900s to help soak up excess water in low-lying areas.