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the decade from 1860 to 1869

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"This event is a fun opportunity for all ages to explore life in the 1860s and enjoy a day outside," says Brent Wielt, Historic Sites Manager.
This relic of Victorian history at one of the states popular holiday beaches offers archaeologists a chance to discover more about life for sailors and traders in Victorias 1860s.
This week's oldest photograph looking out over Exchange Flags in the early 1860s
'Clapps' , in Hebburn, which has stood since the 1860s |will be bulldozed soon.
Located in Columbia, Tenn., the camp teaches girls etiquette, penmanship, art, music, dance and the social graces necessary to be a proper young lady of the 1860s. Girls attend daily ballroom dance lessons wearing authentic gowns of the era and attend debutante ball on the last night of the camp.
The period from the 1860s was one of rapid change in the city.
Horne returned to England in the early 1860s. Unfortunately, during the Indian Rebellion of 1857 he had lost most of the field notes and collections he'd made over a 16-year period, making the ROM's surviving journal a unique treasure.
The creature obliges and sends her back in time to the same plantation in the 1860s, where she is believed to be a slave and put to work.
The very last of them passed away in the late 1860s and they had passed one-hundred years of age.
Derby Day - a 'Victorian Mystery' as the cover proclaims - is set in the 1860s and is about a "sporting gentleman" called Happerton who has the outside appearance of a dashing, decent man about town, but on the inside is something of a rogue.
Millhouse Developments created the homes from a former merchant's home built in the 1860s.
The archive comprises club minute books from the 1850s and 60s, a volume of match reports from the early 1860s, the unique copies of two versions of the printed rules (1859 and 1862), and other material.
In the 1860s, the first commercially successful wineries were popping up in places like Cincinnati, Ohio.
Crucial to the reconstruction of Marshall's early philosophical development was the 'mental crisis' that Marshall experienced during the late 1860s, a crisis that echoes John Stuart Mill's mental breakdown of the early 1820s when Mill discovered that he could no longer accept the philosophic postulates of Benthamite utilitarianism that he had imbibed from his father, James Mill.