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the decade from 1820 to 1829

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Built in the 1820's, the house at 481 Sycamore Avenue is now on the market.
From the 1820's until the 1920's there was no measurable inflation in the American economy.
Afro-Jamaicans' (Jamaicans of entirely or predominantly African descent) cultural and spiritual universe, between the 1820's and the 1860's, was more similar than different.
embraced the Victorian 'true womanhood' ideal of the 1820's and 1830's" (24).
something which de Tocqueville clearly saw and aptly described in the 1820's.
WHAT: Dave Anderson, director of education and volunteer services for the Society for the Protection of NH Forests, will discuss the state's history of natural disturbances including the tornado at Lake Sunapee in the 1820's, the Flood of 1936, the Great Hurricane of 1938 and other catastrophic events.
Bringing evergreen trees inside during the winter had long been a winter tradition and by the 1820's, the tradition had made its way to the United States by way of German immigrants in Pennsylvania.
Eventually the British East India Company became dominant and by the 1820's it ruled almost all of the country, to include today's Muslim Pakistan.
Folklore has it that in the 1820's when he was likely a teenager he
"Robusta coffee was brought from its origin in The Congo river valleys to Sri Lanka by British planters in the 1820's and planted in the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens in Kandy, Sri Lanka.
HH highlighted the historical relations that goes back to 1820's and expressed the wish to continue these good relations.
The sport is credited with being originated by a person named William Webb Ellis from the 1820's? What sport is this?" Stressing that the preliminaries were being played at a new standard, Pickbrain said, "But I think we have definitely set a typical "open quiz" kind of a prelim.
Earlier, in the seminar, advocates of Kashmir Shaivism, a Hindu philosophy that believes in man's potential to attain supreme God-consciousness through realization, subtly struck a chord with Western Transcendentalist movement of 1820's which has some similar facets but inclusive than the former.
(5) From the 1820's through the end of the nineteenth century, the number of these institutions expanded rapidly as America received an influx of immigrants and farmers seeking employment in the city.