1870s


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the decade from 1870 to 1879

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The agency group seems to include White Bull, who was being photographed in the 1870s when the non-treaty bands were keeping to themselves far to the west.
1870S REVISITED: From left, above, Queen's Square and Erimus Club, Middlesbrough High School and the Masonic Hall on Marton Road - parts of the first two still survive but the Masonic Hall is no more PEEK INSIDE: Middlesbrough Railway Station in the 1870s, above VICTORIAN VIEW: The procession outside the old town hall, below, St John's Church with its different tower, left, and The Royal Exchange shortly after it was built in 1868, right
And let's not forget the cartridge development happening in the 1870s.
From the late 1870s into the 1890s, many fine French Beb'e dolls were made, and Jumeau is a good example from the late 1870s.
Indeed it was women who kept the freedmen's schools going as white northern support waned after 1870 and southern legislatures failed to support public education for African Americans.
The same conditions for council leadership apply today as they did in the 1870s.
Here he fails to build on the idea that the republican movement in Britain was essentially about the hereditary principle and the land monopoly, and so much more needed saying in chapter 4 about the republican movement of both the 1870s and 1880s: for example, Charles Bradlaugh collected a quarter of a million signatures on petitions in 1881 against perpetual pensions, which gives some measure of the popular opposition to "outdoor relief for aristocratic families," and he subsequently introduced bills in the Commons on this issue and on the cultivation of 'waste' lands.
Since its introduction in the 1870s, sheep rearing has been a profitable staple of the Patagonian economy, spawning a rich vernacular of outhouses and barns (for storing and drying sheepskins) along with shepherd's bothies, stables, kennels and estancias.
The world Ames was entering was one of black hopes and virulent white resentment--a virulence that, in the early 1870s, turned repulsively violent.
Spanning the late 1870s down to the present day, "Riding, Roping, And Roses" features the examples of women drawn from many parts of Colorado.
Hidden Worlds: Revisiting the Mennonite Migrants of the 1870s.
By the 1870s, the mystique of the volunteer fire brigade began to fade as Philadelphia instituted a paid fire department.
An editorial in Indian Country Today compared Costner's "gold rush" with the invasions of the Paha Sapa ("hills that are black") during the 1870s by General George Armstrong Custer, who violated treaties and triggered a rush in the hills for what Lakota holy man Black Elk called "the yellow metal that drives white men crazy.
In the 1870s the amount of commercial traffic on the River Tees was enormous while Stockton was still a thriving port.
Visitors will travel back in time to the town of Crossroads[R], where they'll meet fascinating townsfolk and skilled crafters who will show them what life may have been like in an 1870s Southern town.