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 1870s articles on Encyclopedia.com
In the early 1870s he became a railroad contractor.
Settled in the 1870s by English missionaries, it was taken over by Argentine naval forces in 1884.
He was a founder of the National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry, the central influence in the Granger movement of the 1870s.
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 Gallery - The 1870s
Drawings tended towards realism in the 1870s, unless they were intended to be comical -- and even then, hardly anybody smiled (much like the photographs taken last century -- everyone looks exceptionally solemn, or maybe it just hurt to smile for as long as it took to capture the photo).
Howard Pyle has two contrasting styles in the 1870s: the first conforms to the detailed realism of its time, while the second is a complete departure from that.
By the end of the 1870s, the children reading the magazine could build their own telephone, marvel (through the magazine's pages) at the extraordinary whiteness of electric light, and go to a riding school for (you guessed it) bicycle lessons.
arts.uwaterloo.ca /ENGL/courses/engl208c/1870.htm   (634 words)

 Artworks by Eyre Crowe, 1870s
These paintings were easily comprehended by members of the public, could be engraved and were often reprinted in newspapers and magazines, and were generally small enough to fit into the homes of the middle class merchants and professionals who increasingly formed the market for contemporary art.
Although works of 'historical anecdote' were similar in style and composition to those on contemporary themes, and painted largely by the same artists, the modern paintings became increasingly popular both with the public and with the painters themselves.
It was in the 1870s that 'social realist' paintings showing the harsher sides of life for the poor and disposessed enjoyed a brief flowering of interest, largely through the illustrations in The Graphic magazine (founded 1869) and the paintings of its employees Luke Fildes, Herbert von Herkomer and Frank Holl.
www.geocities.com /eyre_crowe/art_1870s.html   (842 words)

 The National Game - Baseball and American Culture
By the 1870s the baseball began to take on the look of the modern ball, shrinking to its present size of 9 to 9 * inches in circumference and 5 to 5 * ounces in weight from the softer, larger ball used earlier in the century.
The 1870s baseball consisted of a small core of hard rubber, surrounded with tightly wrapped wool and covered with two carefully stitched figure-eight pieces of horsehide, which gave the ball its distinctive look.
By the early 1870s it was rare for a professional team to lose to an amateur club, as had often happened in the past.
www.nationalpastime.com /the_national_game.html   (5835 words)

 The Living City | New York City >> 1870s
Mark Twain coined the term "the Gilded Age" to describe the period from the mid-1870s through the mid-1890s as a means of capturing the sense of great progress and great instability.
The 1870s saw the rapid expansion of hospitals, which were primarily religious and ethnic institutions that had evolved from almshouses.
Where once Vanderbilt, Astor, and Fiske, among others, curried the favor of Tweed, by the 1870's, the realization of near municipal financial ruin had turned the public and the emerging Robber Barons against the ward-boss method of local governance.
www.livingcityarchive.org /htm/decades/1870.htm   (1103 words)

 Antoin Sevruguin Photographs A Finding Aid to his Photographs
It was sometime in the 1870s when Sevruguin decided to undertake a photographic survey of the people, landscape, and architecture of Iran and persuaded his brothers Kolia and Emanuel to assist him in the adventure.
Nasir al-din Shah in village, [1870s - 1896]
Nasir al-din Shah at Abshar-Shimran, [1870s - 1896]
www.asia.si.edu /archives/finding_aids/sevruguin.html   (3878 words)

 Victorian Era Women   1870s
This long, narrow bustle shape was used to define skirt lines during the better part of the 1870s.
Many bustles were factory made but this is one of the few styles that may be easily reproduced by a home sewer.
This pattern has many of the features of an early 1870s dress including a tight-fitting, short waisted bodice with peplum and coat sleeves, a bustled apron-style overskirt, and a skirt with straight front and full back.
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 History of 1870s Bustles
During the late 1850s and 1860s, women of fashion had worn hoop skirts or crinolines from three to six feet in diameter under their skirts.
Despite the variety of looks, bustles from the early 1870s usually were shallow, covered the sides and back, and ended at the bottom of the hips.
This style bustle, advertised here as being able to support the weight of heavy winter skirts, replaced the softer, weaker bustles of the 1870s.
www.wisconsinhistory.org /patterns/1873bustleinfo.html   (600 words)

 Bicoastal Artists of the 1870s; essay by Ann Harlow   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The 1870s were not only a very active period in American art, but also a transitional one.
Somewhat like the 1980s, the 1870s were an artistically eclectic decade during which a lively art market helped to inspire a high degree of public interest, which in turn supported those artists who met with public favor, especially those who "kept up" with what was new in art.
During the 1870s American artists, especially those who traveled a great deal, readily borrowed various elements of technique, composition, and motif -- not just from France but from Germany, Belgium, Holland and England; not just from their contemporaries but from the old masters; and not just from Europe but from their fellow Americans.
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 Dating Photos
The fan is very 1870s, as are the elaborate layers, folds, and lacy bits.
Photographer's imprint is between the plain stamps of the 1860s and the gilded extravagances of the 1880s.
Note the 1870s hairstyle, centre-parted with hair off the ears and curled/braided on top.She wears a neck brooch.
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 Politics of the 1870s and 1880s
In the national elections of the 1870s and 1880s, the Democratic platform differed only by degrees from the Republican.
Farmers in general in the 1870s, 1880s and 1890s were determined to hold on to or regain the autonomy of the independent small producer in the new industrial economy and saw politics as a way to do just that.
Tariff was among the primary issues debated by both major parties in the 1870s and 1880s.
www.connerprairie.org /HistoryOnline/1880pol.html   (5290 words)

 The 1870s: Representation in the Legislature - Texas State Library
Riding the wave of federally supported reconstruction policies and led by the recently elected Republican Governor Edmund J. Davis, the predominantly Republican 12th Texas Legislature (1870-71), with 14 elected African Americans, focused its efforts on education, economic development, and immigration.
By the late 1870s, the Democrats had united with white supremacists to gain political control and force African Americans back into servitude.
The Ku Klux Klan was on the rampage, not only against African Americans but also against their white sympathizers.
www.tsl.state.tx.us /exhibits/forever/representation/page4.html   (391 words)

 Victorian Era Men    1870s
The pattern for this three-piece suit is based on an 1878 drafting system created by J.O. Madison and an 1870s suit in the Wisconsin Historical Society’s costume collection.
Distinctive characteristics include a small collar, short lapels, a fastened top button close to the neck, moderately rounded hems, flap or welt pockets on the hips, a welt pocket on the chest and a slightly baggy appearance.
This fashionable dress shirt was featured in Harper's Bazaar in the 1870s.
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 EH.Net Encyclopedia: An Overview of the Economic History of Uruguay since the 1870s
EH.Net Encyclopedia: An Overview of the Economic History of Uruguay since the 1870s
"Witches in the South: Kuznets-like Swings in Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay since the 1870s." In The Experience of Economic Growth, edited by J.L. van Zanden and S. Heikenen.
"An Overview of the Economic History of Uruguay since the 1870s".
www.eh.net /encyclopedia/article/Bertola.Uruguay.final   (2412 words)

 History of the Sack Suit and Notes on Late 1870s Fashion
The men's sack suit pattern was drafted from J.O. Madison's Elements of Garment Cutting (Root and Tinker, New York, 1878, rev. 1880), a drafting system designed to be used by professional tailors.
Our 1878 suit has many of the typical sack coat features, but Madison's coat pattern buttons slightly lower and has longer lapels than those pictured in fashion prints.
A Wisconsin man wearing a Prince Albert frock coat from the 1870s.
www.wisconsinhistory.org /patterns/1878sacksuitinfo.html   (610 words)

 1870s, 1880s.html
By the later phase of Dickinson's writing life, space and lineation have become the primary forms of punctuation, and marks -- such as "dashes" and "commas" -- are much less commonly used.
The manuscripts of the 1870s and 1880s also show Dickinson's great interest in the ways words and space can work as images, which Marta Werner,in Open Folios, characterizes in the most radical terms as "a shift from the lexical toward the visual" (23).
In the scene of the 1870s and 1880s, therefore, a "word painting" constitutes the careful spatial layout of words and space, both of which are conceived as sound-images that help to make poetic meaning.
www.mith.umd.edu /courses/amvirtual/punctuation/thronganddont.html   (2333 words)

 Transportation and Literature - 1870s
In the chapter "An Odor of Verbena," the narrator, Bayard, son of Colonel Sartoris, recounts the arrival of the railroad in the state in the early 1870s.
These passages point out themes that have appeared in literary (and political) discussions of the post-Civil-War railroads - financing from outside the region or the country in the face of extraordinary, and inter-state capital, the local and populist enthusiasm which accompanied the railroad's arrival, and the way railroad investors used their positions for political advantage.
Silas, after a business trip, where he finds that he will probably lose his business, is "sleepbroken, from the sleeping car in the Albany depot at Boston" (Ch.
english.cla.umn.edu /FACULTY/ross/Transport/1870.htm   (5196 words)

 MuseumNetwork.com - Learning - Exploring 1870s Tucson - The General Store   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The mercantile store was essential to the growth of Tucson in the 1870s.
In the 1870s, few products were individually packaged.
Children in the 1870s played with both manufactured and homemade toys with equal affection.
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 Brooklyn 11211
1860s or early 1870s Italianate rear-yard or set-back house to the right (201 N 5th).
1860s or 1870s wood-frame house with distinctive fish-scale shingles.
To the east of 226 Grand are a pair of 1870s neo-Grec tenements (230 - 234 Grand), and east of those a pair of 1860s flat houses (#236 - 238 Grand).
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 Alexandria Archaeology Museum - Discovering the Decades: 1870s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Alexandria only slowly recovered from the trauma of the Civil War.
By the 1870s, the town saw signs of a resurgence, but judged relative to progress elsewhere, it seemed to be slipping further behind.
The local paper was filled with boosterish optimism: "everything now has an animated and business aspect.
oha.ci.alexandria.va.us /archaeology/decades/ar-decades-1870.html   (1673 words)

 The 1870s: Matthew Gaines - Texas State Library
The 1870s: Matthew Gaines - Texas State Library
Photograph of Matthew Gaines with caption: Matthew Gaines of Brenham (Washington County) served in the 12th (1870-71) and 13th (1872) Legislatures.
He told his audience that "in the eyes of God, fls were as good as whites; that they should have pride and hold their heads up even in troubled times."
www.tsl.state.tx.us /exhibits/forever/representation/page7.html   (287 words)

 The 1870s and 1880s saw many new designs and many new theories
The 1870s and 1880s saw many new designs and many new theories
The last three decades before 1900 saw both major and minor developments in aviation and more attempts at flight—some of which were moderately successful.
Students should develop an understanding of motion and forces.
www.centennialofflight.gov /essay/Prehistory/late_1800s/PH4.htm   (1616 words)

 MuseumNetwork.com - Learning - Theme Tour - Meander Through The 1870s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The United States in the 1870s was going through a period of great westward expansion.
Look at objects and primary source material that will help you visualize the settlement of the West.
Toward the end of the 1870s technological advances were making it easier for people to communicate and record their lives in different ways.
www.museumnetwork.com /learning/features/themetour-002/themetour_mn.asp   (206 words)

 Travels in Finland in the 1870s — Virtual Finland
Travels in Finland in the 1870s — Virtual Finland
Main page: Picture Book: Travels in Finland in the 1870s
Illustrations from the book of the same name by Zachris Topelius (1818-1898):
virtual.finland.fi /finfo/english/travdr.html   (515 words)

 The Fresno Bee (Fresno, CA): High Note Fresno gets back a bugle used by fire chief in 1870s.(LOCAL NEWS)@ HighBeam ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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A fire chief's bugle traced to A.H. Cummings, Fresno's fire chief in the 1870s, was returned to the city this week after somehow ending up at an Atascadero yard sale.
Atascadero Fire Chief Kurt Stone said a woman walked into his fire department about two years ago and handed the bugle to a secretary, saying she had paid 50 cents for it at a yard sale, but decided she had no use for it.
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 Directory of Pages each page represents one object in the collection
Samuel Bourne / [ ] Smaller Brahminical T / 1864-1872, printed 1870s
Samuel Bourne / Kashmir Valley Large [ ] / 1864-1872, printed 1870s
Samuel Bourne / On the Marqual Canal, Kas / July-Sept. 1864
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 Requests from Ex-slaves for Pensions from Ex-slaveowners, 1870s
I would not bother yo if I did not realy stand in nead.
* Giles had been given some farming land in Bath County after the 1870s when another former slave, Peter Thompson, had been killed by the Ku Klux Klan for living (like Sam Giles was) as a tenant at the Preston's Fayette County farm, Ellerslie.
Giles was obviously not able to make it as a farmer - the land was probably already no good - and had to become a wage laborer at the Preston mines near Olympia.
www.bluegrass.kctcs.edu /LCC/HIS/scraps/joe.html   (618 words)

 BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum :: Galleries :: The 1870s
BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum :: Galleries :: The 1870s
In the 1860’s and 1870’s, sports events were central to holiday celebrations.
1870’s Victoria Gallery: acknowledging the following, with thanks, for their additional financial support of the Victoria Gallery, Braefoot Athletic Centre Association, James Bay Athletic Association, University of Victoria, Citizens of Victoria
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