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the decade from 1830 to 1839

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This 1830's livery stable had a Romanesque front added in 1870.
The origins of local government pre-date the establishment of the Australian federation in 1901 with its genesis in the form of the 1830's Road Boards and Roads Trusts.
Vogeley divides her informative introduction into five sections: the identity of Robledo; the role of the publishing house in Madrid; the portrait of 1830's Mexico and Spain presented in the novel; the novel's formal and thematic innovations; and the potential reading public.
Early rail workers who laid and maintained rail tracks by hand were called gandy dancers, beginning as early as the 1830's up until the 1950's, when the hard hand work was completed by machines.
And so by the time you get to the 1830's, there really aren't any Native Americans left, except in small pockets in certain places in most of the South.
Set against the backdrop of 1830's Jamaica, Rhys gives Antoinette a voice and details her haunting journey to Thornfield.
In the 1830's, society expected all women to be wives, mothers, and nothing more.
The Jackson Mills Dam in Nashua, NH was built in the 1830's and had been renovated many times.
Historically underrated, the double rifles and combination guns made in upstate New York and New England from the 1830's until the metallic cartridge era of the 1870's were very popular for big game hunting--well made, well regulated and surprisingly affordable, but I'm getting ahead of myself.
More American than Southern explores the social forces that drove Kentucky's loyalties--though Kentucky was a slave state that had strong historical and cultural ties with the South, a growing urban middle class in the 1830's swayed its demographics, forming a population base that saw no need for slavery or a "master class" of plantation owners.
My family visited a park in Ohio that includes a working farm established in the 1830's. While there, we wandered into the farm's workshop, where a retired secondary "shop" teacher was demonstrating some of the work done in the 1800's and 1900's.
The process that started in the 1830's continued until the 1950's in some cities and a period of draperies and agencies, which usually connoted the sales of imported goods, was witnessed.
A group of dedicated citizens came together to transform a collection of ramshackle buildings, remnants of a small industrial center from the 1830's, in the skating pond that is still used to this day.
Designed by Philip Charles Hardwick in the early 1830's, it was the counterpart to the Euston Arch by the same architect, which was controversially demolished in the '60s.
They are also known to undergo giant eruptions (e.g., P Cyg near 1600 and [eta] Car in 1830's), but these events are rare and much harder to catch.