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the decade from 1830 to 1839

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He was Middlesbrough's first "off putter"[Harbour Master] and was the inspiration behind the system of navigational lights developed on the Tees in the 1830's.
During the late 1830's, what had begun as a trickle of emigrants grew to a steady stream as White Louisianans intensified their efforts to remove the free people of color from the prairies.
However, after the independence of the Thirteen Colonies, the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, the annexation of Florida in 1819, the ethnic cleansing of the Deep South in the 1830's (our hero, Andrew Jackson), the statehood of Texas in 1845, the conquest of 500,000 square miles in the Mexican War of 1846-8, the Civil War of 1861-5, The Emancipation, the Alaska Purchase of 1867, the annexation of Hawaii in 1898, and the annexation of Puerto Rico in 1900, the end product was the United States of America--however flawed, still the finest example of democracy the world has yet seen.
The Rescue of True Womanhood: Convents and Anti-Catholicism in 1830's in America.
In the 1830's Mexico didn't have the resources to keep out the hordes of Americans pouring into Texas.
Beginning in the late 1830's stagecoaches connected Oxford to Memphis and the state capital in Jackson (Doyle 93-94).
What most strikes an observer of southern voting behavior is the persistence of the voting alignments formed in the 1830's, no matter what the name of the anti-Democratic party.
Whilst carried out in the 1830's Magitot did not publish his findings until 1878.
The initial concept for plank roads originated in Russia and were later adopted in Canada in the 1830's as a practical means to transport agricultural and other materials to markets.
For example, in Sally Hobart's, She Touched the World: Laura Bridgman, Deaf-Blind Pioneer, students learn how in the 1830's, a blind girl changed a history as she overcame severe disabilities.
According to Baderoon, "[c]ooking and other domestic work was the most common reason for keeping slaves; in the 1820's and 1830's two thirds of the approximately six thousand slaves in the Cape performed domestic work" (Baderoon 2009: 101).
In the 1830's, as Douglas-Fairhust movingly demonstrates, boys and girls who came from economically vulnerable families could find themselves unschooled and working 18 hours a day in blacking factories, like the 12-year-old Dickens.
7) As he argues, recent assertions of state sovereignty in regard to federal health care and gun laws are embodiments of the "discredited ideas" of "nullification and interposition" of the sort invoked by South Carolina in the 1830's and other southern states in the 1950's and with the effect of "subvert[ing] the constitutional pillars of American nationhood.
From the 1830's to about the 1890's both boys' and girls' schools offered courses in algebra and geometry and used similar texts.
Astana is the last name of a town (Akmolinsk, Tselinograd, Akmola, Astana) that has been developed since the 1830's, but that has been a village for more than 120 years: indeed the village became a town in the fifties, when Nikita Khrushchev, the leader of the Soviet Union at the time, decided to transform it into the Virgin Lands' capital.