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Settled in the 1830s, it is a trade and processing center.
Settled in the 1830s, it is mainly residential.
It was developed in Paris in the 1830s and became a popular social dance there.
www.bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/sitesearch?FILTER=&query=1830s   (342 words)

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In the 1830s, over the 10 years of occupation, the surrounding trees were cut down to obtain lumber for building and for firewood, but in the reconstructed New Salem the trees have been allowed to grow and hence the foliage is more dense and lush.
We could say that the 1830s village was a copy, based upon a model of 1820s villages, adapted to the conditions of the 1830s, modified in accordance with the particular situation of the New Salem locality, and subject to whatever creative modifications were devised by the New Salem residents.
All we have of the 1830s now are a few artifacts, archaeological remains, old records, some stories, and mental models of the old prairie village, models that may exist vividly in the imagination of the public and the historians, but models that are ever changing.
www.nyu.edu /classes/tourist/brun-lin.dos   (10205 words)

 Religion In Indiana: 1830s
In the 1830s, most religious organizations in Indiana were imported units filled with new arrivals from somewhere else.
The Methodist Church was the largest and fastest growing denomination in Indiana in the 1830s with 118 congregations in central Indiana; Hamilton County had four Methodist societies with an annual increase in the Noblesville circuit of 103 members.
The significance of this is that the formal foundation of the church occurred primarily during the decade of the 1830s.
www.connerprairie.org /historyonline/religion.html   (3246 words)

 boys clothes: 1830s
Ordinary people in the 1830s didn't have the extensive wardrobes that is the case in modern times.
While the Indiustrail Revolution by the 1830s had significantly reshaped English society and was spreading on the Continent and America, Goverbments had not yet acted to protect child workers.
Corsets for young children by the 1830s had gone out of style, though there were a few die-hards who insisted on keeping children in stays from infancy, so they would develop straight backs.
histclo.com /chron/c1830.html   (3736 words)

 Boy's Clothing of the 1830s.
The exaggerated "leg of mutton" sleeves of women’s dress appeared in boy’s clothes by the mid 1830s.
Tunics or jackets with large "leg of mutton" sleeves were worn by boys over trousers cut very full from the hip to the knees then tapering narrow at the ankles.
By the 1830s there was a wide selection of fabric and colors for clothing.
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 Clothing Of The 1830s
Clothing the family of the 1830s was an important task, and most of the work was the responsibility of the women.
The sleeves were usually long; the fashion of the 1830s had most of the fullness very high early in the decade, lower in the arm as the '30s progressed.
The construction of the dresses was planned with the stays in mind; the seaming of the garments and the definition afforded by the stays were complementary.
www.connerprairie.org /historyonline/clothing.html   (2622 words)

 Book Reviews - English Immigrant Voices: Labourer's Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s.
The project grew out of the tumult in rural England in the early 1830s during which rural labourers protested wages, working conditions and employment through incendiary attacks on farms and the destruction of machinery.
Many of the letters were published in pamphlet collections and in newspapers in the 1830s to encourage emigration to Canada.
The 1830s were an era of tumult and popular movements of reform in both Britain and Canada.
www.quasar.ualberta.ca /css/Css_38_1/BRenglish_immigrant_voices.htm   (941 words)

 SparkNotes: Europe (1815-1848): Bourgeoisie and Chartism (1830s and 1840s)
The 1830s and 1840s were a time of great industrial progress and growth in Britain and France, but not everyone in the population shared in the new wealth.
In contrast, France, under Louis Philippe, was so utterly dominated by the bourgeoisie that the laborers had little hope of improving their lot outside of violent rebellion.
In the late 1830s and early 1840s, British political elites feared that if the uneducated "mob" was allowed to vote, they might destroy democracy by making bad decisions.
www.sparknotes.com /history/european/1848/section7.rhtml   (885 words)

 SparkNotes: Europe (1815-1848): Change in the 1830s (1827-1832)
Metternich's reactionary Congress System began to fail in the late 1820s and the early 1830s.
Most critical were the Corn Laws, which remained too high for manufacturers' tastes, and the Rotten Boroughs, which furnished Southern England with far more political representation than it deserved while neglecting populous manufacturing cities like Manchester.
In the 1830s, a reform bill came up which would remedy these problems, but it was quashed by Prime Minister Wellington.
www.sparknotes.com /history/european/1848/section6.rhtml   (1270 words)

 The 1830s, Salford, September 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
But the 1830s was the decade of the New Poor Law, the Great Reform Act, the abolition of slavery in the British Empire and Victoria's accession.
As critical assumptions and methodologies have shifted, the literature and culture of the 1830s have become central rather than marginal to academic debate.
Papers addressing specific topics in the literary, cultural and political activities of the 1830s will be welcomed, as will more general papers investigating the concepts of 'Romanticism' and 'Victorianism', or exploring the ways in which the decade's cultural production affects concepts of period, discipline and canon.
www.sun.rhbnc.ac.uk /Music/Conferences/02-9-sal.html   (196 words)

 Women In Politics, 1830s
In order to understand how women influenced politics in the nineteenth century, and primarily the 1830’s, one must be aware of how they interacted with the rest of America in the eighteenth century.
In the early 1830’s, the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society supported this challenge by banning the address of “Miss” or “Mrs.” that would indicate a woman’s marital status.
Abolition formed as a campaign in the 1830’s and was dramatically influenced by William Lloyd Garrison, who supported women’s involvement in the campaign and advocated an immediate end to slavery.
www.arches.uga.edu /~cgs/shaughnessyfinal.html   (4121 words)

 Magazine Antiques: Woven bead chains of the 1830s
Because almost nothing has been published about bead chains, it is not surprising that museums and private collections often misidentify their origin, date, and original use.
While portraits are known only of women wearing these chains, it is clear that men wore them as well, for a number of the chains I have examined are worked with men's names and have family histories of having been made for men.
An examination of fashion magazines published during the 1830s uncovered no references to necklaces or watch chains woven on a bead loom.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1026/is_n6_v148/ai_17777005   (1154 words)

 Kingwood College Library - 19th Century - the 1830s
The number of people coming to the United States in the 1830s was 599,000, four times the number that came in the 1820's, as Europeans were lured by the prospect of cheap and fertile land.
The largest groups continued to be the Germans, the Irish, and the British escaping the political and economic conditions in the Old World.
common" or public schools continued to be debated and the status quo defended during the 1830s.
kclibrary.nhmccd.edu /19thcentury1830.htm   (3024 words)

 Arman J. Kirakossian, British Diplomacy and the Armenian Question, from the 1830s to 1914
From the 1830s until the years before the First World War, the British priorities were consistent and predictable: asserting Britain’s economic and political influence over Turkey while protecting its territorial integrity from encroachment by other powers, most notably Russia.
While Russia asserted, with equal consistency, its right to protect the Christian subjects of the Ottoman Empire, British policy was to press for internal reforms in Turkey that could strengthen it economically and militarily, achieve equality between, and prosperity for, the Christian and Muslim communities, and suppress the national yearnings of non-Turkish peoples.
Twenty years later, the successors to Abdulhamid, the Young Turks, organized and implemented a policy of genocide that in the process of expelling the native people from its ancestral land exterminated one and a half million Armenians.
www.gomidas.org /books/kirakossian-preface.htm   (783 words)

 Titian in Connemara: in the 1830s enterprising English artists in search of Picturesque novelty discovered the west of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Titian in Connemara: in the 1830s enterprising English artists in search of Picturesque novelty discovered the west of Ireland.
Topham's 1860 letter demonstrates the accumulative effect of famine, emigrations and poverty, which was already becoming evident when Evans arrived a quarter of a century before.
Within a generation the optimism and sense of discovery of the area which reached a climax in the 1830s had been undermined by the tragic depopulation and financial collapse that followed.
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:115635214&refid=holomed_1   (6175 words)

 1830s dress-in-progress
The Europeans seem to do more set dances at their balls, and learn more choreographed dances than we do, we didn't learn very many waltz or polka steps, but maybe that's just an effect of the earlier time period.
I now love the 1830's, it is so cute, feminine and puffy, and much quicker to get into than 1860's.
I and most of the US ladies wore 1860's and 1890's ballgowns, there was a mix of eras, some English and European ladies wore Regency, hoopskirt and 1830's styles.
www.vintagevictorian.com /1830_dress.html   (1512 words)

 Search Results for 1830s -¬†Encyclop√¶dia Britannica
The first collection of verse appeared in 1830; the first novel in 1837; and the first comedy and first tragedy soon afterward.
In the 1830s Iceland was allotted two seats at a new consultative assembly for the Danish Isles established at Roskilde, Denmark.
In the 1830's, chemist Friedrich Wohler found that he could create a biological compound in his own lab, conjuring up the concept of Bio-Chemistry.
www.britannica.com /search?query=1830s&ct=   (456 words)

 Revolution to the 1830s: New England's First ... [Mackinac Center for Public Policy]
The 1830s and 40s: Horace Mann, the End of Free-Market Education, and the Rise of Government Schools
In drafting its new state constitution in 1780, Massachusetts decided to reinvigorate its earlier model of tax-funded schools.
Ultimately, it would have been more economical for Massachusetts townsfolk to pay for the tuition of poor children to attend private schools than to pay for "free" government schools.
www.mackinac.org /2034   (1305 words)

 OSV - Happy Birthday (or not!) 1830s Style   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In his diary notation of January 21, 1835, Bishop Benedict Fenwick of the Archdiocese of Boston made mention of "valuable Birth-day presents" among the property lost by daughters of the wealthy who were enrolled at the elite Mount Benedict Ursuline Convent-School in Charlestown, Massachusetts, which was burned by a mob in 1834.
Merchants in 1830s America, meanwhile, fueled and encouraged the giving of gifts for sundry occasions—New Year's Day, birthdays, and even the beginnings of a new England Christmas—to those who would listen.
In another room, one adult kept the invited children busy with games until the tree was lit and, with a sponge on the end of a stick at the ready for fire control, the children were invited in to grab candy and toys off the tree.
www.osv.org /education/OSVisitor/HappyBirthday.html   (1507 words)

 1830 — Key to Modern History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
By the time of the "dark satanic mills" of the 1830s, a great gulf had opened between the manufacturers, who were now a propertied business class, and the men, women, and children who tended their machines for 10- and 12-hour stints.
It was from the spectacle of mill labor, described in unsparing detail by the inspectors authorized by the first Factory Act of 1802, that Marx drew much of the indignation that animated his analysis of capitalism.
In America, by the early 1830s, groups of New Englanders had begun branding slavery as a horrible sin and demanding 'immediate, complete, and uncompensated emancipation' everywhere in the nation.
www.whyprophets.com /prophets/1830_history.htm   (2790 words)

 The 1830s and 40s: Horace Mann, the End of Fr... [Mackinac Center for Public Policy]
The 1830s and 40s: Horace Mann, the End of Fr...
Horace Mann and the education reformers worked to extend the state's role in defining what would be taught in schools and preparing those whom would teach in them.
The 1830s and 40s: Horace Mann, the End of Free-Market Education, and the Rise of Government Schools (this page)
www.mackinac.org /2035   (1153 words)

 Ask Jack - Old Sturbridge Village Kids Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
His book on childhood in the 1830s, Children Everywhere, is available on this website.
Were shoes comfortable in the 1830s, or were they wooden and stiff?
Were people of the 1830s shorter than the people of today?
www.osv.org /kids/askjack.htm   (486 words)

 Daguerre and his Diorama in Paris in the 1830s
The dates of the showings of the tableaux during the 1830s decade at the Paris Diorama are from Georges Potonniée's Liste des Tableaux Exposés au Diorama de 1822-1839 in his Daguerre, Peintre et Décorateur, Paris 1935, pp.79-89.
Daguerre's first nine dioramas were shown in Paris during the 1820s only, then (except the seventh, 'Edinburgh during the fire') in Great Britain in the 1820s and 1830s, so are not part of this table.
Although Daguerre's 1830 diorama 'Paris from Montmarte' (D.11) soon went to London, the remainder of his tableaux of this decade were only seen in Paris.
www.midleykent.fsnet.co.uk /diorama/Diorama_Wood_2.htm   (4484 words)

 Antebellum American, 1784-1865: Journalism
John Tebbel, author of The Compact History of the American Newspaper, explains: "From its use as a revolutionary propaganda machine to its hardly concealed official position as a private organ of a President, it had encompassed the range of partisan expression at the expense of truth and responsibility.
The most important development of antebellum American journalism came in the 1830s, when New York journalists Benjamin Day and James Gordon Bennett began appealing to mass audiences.
In addition to the increased circulations, which would reach 77,000 for the Herald shortly before the Civil War, this period was noteworthy for the change in the content of newspapers.
www.uncp.edu /home/canada/work/allam/17841865/history/journal.htm   (717 words)

 Learn more about 1830s in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Learn more about 1830s in the online encyclopedia.
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 TLA Lady's Page
All right, you are on your way to becoming an 1830s Texas woman searching for a dress pattern.
Texas in the 1830s was not the cultural backwater that many people envision it to have been.
The high fashion silhouette of a column has evolved into a silhouette that looks much like two triangles balanced one on top of the other at their points.
www.texianlegacy.com /ladys.html   (584 words)

 Preservation Online: Today's News Archives: National Road's 1830s Markers Replaced
The National Road's signs in West Virginia will be replaced with replicas of the 1830s originials.
Paralleling the modern Route 40, it runs through six states, ending at St. Louis, which, in the 19th century, was the edge of civilization.
Today, the road's four-foot-tall markers, made of cast iron, are deteriorating, and a university is restoring 15 of the structures, formed in the 1830s.
www.nationaltrust.org /magazine/archives/arc_news/111004.htm   (555 words)

 The 1830s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The economy did not increase because Rosas was not interested in it.
It is clear that the Tango Culter, understood as some particular usage’s and customs, is earlier than tango as an artistic expression.
The 1830s was a time of great change and cultural arts.
www.mcps.k12.md.us /SCHOOLS/WJHS/depts/socialst/mwh/magazine/darwin/argentina3.html   (1150 words)

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