1880s


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the decade from 1880 to 1889

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Citing the period of 1880s to 1930s as othe age of the masses,o Hill examines a time when politics increasingly bowed to the interests of othe people,o and cultural life saw the rise of commercial mass culture alongside older voluntary and mutualist associations.
The 1953 restaurant The Tower House gave way to other establishments, but the 1880s Queen Anne mansion itself, much altered, finally fell to the wrecking ball in the 21st century and is now a parking lot for the textile mill's newest use -- loft condos called, aptly enough, Kettle Brook Lofts.
Gladstone and the Marquess of Salisbury were the Prime Ministers in the 1880s, both being premier twice in turn.
By the 1880s, laws and social conventions had drawn firm lines between Black and white in the U.
At one point in the 1880s, when Lord Salisbury was in power with a Tory minority government, he tried to get the Lib-Unionists to join him and even tried to seduce the then Lib-Unionist leader, by offering him the position of PM, but it came to nothing.
What is even more extraordinary is that everything remains in place from the 1880s.
Statistically the baseball of the 1880s resembles the modern game.
Historian Barnes considers the evolving science of public health in Paris between the 1880s and 1890s, blending history, culture, science and medicine with a review of how public health policies changed during the era.
Attention then moves in the next chapter to the influence of Henry George in England in the early 1880s and the appeal of his arguments for land reform to those who had long objected to the land monopoly; support for George's ideas is linked to the wider radical tradition of attacks on the abuses of landlordism.
He then addresses the various waves of skyscraper building that have occurred since the 1880s.
The cemetery, established by the city's first settlers in the 1880s, has fallen into a state of disrepair.
The movie, Watkins has said, was made by the Norwegian public--which is to say, the descendants of those who rejected Munch's art in the 1880s.
Mollie Flynn and Annabel Lee live their lives on the streets of New York in the early 1880s.
By the 1880s, the freshwater aquarium (with attached aerators so large they had to be in another room) was gaining ground, and fantastic designs for tanks--mounted in windows, on walls--appeared.
Helme built his snuff and tobacco empire in the 1880s.