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the decade from 1820 to 1829

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This 1820s dress is made from sumptuous silk and includes an intricate braided pattern with velvet inserts.
How a golf ball from the period of the 1820s ended up in New Zealand is anybody's guess."
The Choctaws, Chickasaws, Cherokees, and others who came to the Academy in the late 1820s saw themselves as rising leaders of improving nations.
From the 1820s to the 1840s, Transylvania was among America's most prestigious medical schools.
Also, as her accounts suggest, what is distinctive about 1820s spectral melodrama is its use of enhanced spectacular stagecraft to offer a figuration of reality in competition with that of more conventionally realistic forms such as domestic and nautical melodrama.
The impressive interior of the Grade II* listed hall, which was built from the 1820s onwards
Hopkins examines African colonial undertakings of the Guinea Commission, the Guinea Commission commencing its investigation in a colonial expansion of 1788, Denmark abolishing the Atlantic slave trade in 1792, building plantations on the West Indian model, Thonning's African sojourn, reports and reverberations of Thonning's African writing, events after the cessation of the Danish slave trade in 1803, plantation experiments during the Napoleonic war years,retrenchment, fresh colonial momentum in the 1820s, conflicting ideas on the colonies in the later 1820s, a young Dane's writings on the future, the Guinea Commission in a changed climate, and Denmark's withdrawal from Africa.
In the 1820s, the wealthy old gentleman Samuel Pickwick, Esquire, and three of his friends travel throughout the English countryside.
The campaign first began in the 1820s, gained national recognition just before the Civil War, was revived in the 1950s (but given little attention), and saw a renewal of interest in the 1970s.
Cardiff (to my knowledge) has only about an estimated 25 to 30 surviving Georgian buildings in the city centre, most of which were built in the 1820s and about half of which are situated in Caroline Street.
He is not a trained historian of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in Europe and is rather inclined to accept traditional views of the 1820s as part of his chatty presentation.
However, his impulse to travel for his art is explained in relation to the ways in which, from the 1820s to the last decades of the century, artists left their homes in order to seek the colours and sounds of a real or imaginary Orient, thus setting up parallels between reality and the exotic of the untamed.
Over the weekend, from Friday until Tuesday May 4, classical musicians will play at various venues in the town, playing music from the 1820s to 50s era.
That's why in the 1820s Bank of England chiefs allowed us THIRTYTHREE official holidays.
The half-mile fissure, which last erupted in the 1820s, is beside the Eyjafjallajokull glacier.