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  American Experience | The Great Fever | People & Events | 1878 Epidemic | PBS
By 1878, conditions were ripe for a powerful epidemic of yellow fever in the Mississippi Valley.
In the spring, yellow fever cases were high in the Caribbean, in particular in Cuba.
Such efforts, though they were undertaken to eliminate germs, helped to remove the breeding grounds for mosquitoes, and New Orleans never again experienced the scope of the 1878 epidemic.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/amex/fever/peopleevents/e_1878.html   (754 words)

  
 Cortland County Death Notices & Obituaries - 1878
The body was taken to the Alms House on Sunday and was buried in the cemetery belonging to that institution, on Monday.
Deceased had been in poor health for a number of years, was subject to fits, and at times partially deranged; and fears have long been entertained by her friends that she might take her own life.
Died at Rondout on the Hudson, on the morning of December 22d, 1878, at the residence of her son-in-law, the Rev. William M. KINCAID, the pastor of the Baptist church at that place, Mrs.
www.usgennet.org /usa/ny/county/cortland/vitals/d1878.htm   (15848 words)

  
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Network Working Group T. Pummill Request for Comments: 1878 Alantec Obsoletes: 1860 B. Manning Category: Informational ISI December 1995 Variable Length Subnet Table For IPv4 Status of this Memo This memo provides information for the Internet community.
Additional information is provided for Hex and Decmial values, classfull equivalants, and number of addresses available within the indicated block.
Pummill & Manning Informational [Page 1] RFC 1878 Subnet Table December 1995 Table The following table lists the variable length subnets from 1 to 32, the CIDR [3] representation form (/xx) and the Decmial equivalents.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1878.txt   (487 words)

  
 tinfoil.com - Cylinder of the Month
The world earliest playable sound recording – voices from 1878 of an experimental talking clock.
Editor's Note: A good friend of tinfoil.com and the discoverer/owner of the 1878 Talking Clock, veteran early phonograph and recordings collector Aaron Cramer passed away May 16,
Aaron Cramer, owner of the 1878 Lambert phonograph, invited tinfoil.com to his Brooklyn, New York home to transfer and preserve the sound recording from the lead cylinder.
www.tinfoil.com /cm-0101.htm   (455 words)

  
 RFC 1878 (rfc1878) - Variable Length Subnet Table For IPv4
RFC 1878 - Variable Length Subnet Table For IPv4
Network Working Group T. Pummill Request for Comments: 1878 Alantec Obsoletes: 1860 B. Manning Category: Informational ISI December 1995 Variable Length Subnet Table For IPv4 Status of this Memo This memo provides information for the Internet community.
RFC 1878: c'est de la grosse daube, merde by fuck rfc 1878 (6/23/2004)
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1878.html   (514 words)

  
  Lady Fairway 1878 - Free Shipping & Return Shipping
Lady Fairway 1878 - Free Shipping & Return Shipping
We're sorry -- no color of this style is currently available.
• To email a friend about the 1878, click here
www.shoebuy.com /lady-fairway-1878/68595/68595   (0 words)

  
  Timeline 1875-1878
1878 Mar 20, Thomas Fisher, an alleged member of the Molly McGuires, was hung at the Carbon County Prison of Mauch Chunk, Pa. He had been convicted of the murder of Morgan Powell, a supervisor for the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company.
1878 The Nott Memorial of Union College at Schenectady, N.Y., was completed under the direction of architect Edward Tuckerman Potter, grandson of Eliphalet Nott, and a leader in the Victorian Gothic style.
1878 Theodore Vail left a career position with the U.S. Post Office and was hired to become the first general manager of the Bell Telephone Co. He was able to move the company forward to nationwide service but disappointed the financial backers.
timelines.ws /1877_1878.HTML   (6164 words)

  
 USA-Presidents.Info - Rutherford B. Hayes Second State of the Union Address
The national quarantine act approved April 29, 1878, which was passed too late in the last session of Congress to provide the means for carrying it into practical operation during the past season, is a step in the direction here indicated.
In accordance with the provisions of the act of February 28, 1878, three commissioners were appointed to an international conference on the subject of adopting a common ratio between gold and silver, for the purpose of establishing internationally the use of bimetallic money and securing fixity of relative value between those metals.
The coinage of silver dollars under the act passed February 28, 1878, amounted on the 23d of November, 1878, to $19,814,550, of which amount $4,984,947 are in circulation, and the balance, $14,829.,603, is still in the possession of the Government.
www.usa-presidents.info /union/hayes-2.html   (5504 words)

  
 1878 Death
POOL -- In Brooklyn, January 8, 1878, of membraneous croup, Elizabeth C., daughter of Gerrge W. and Margarita B. POOL, in the seventh year of her age.
FINNIE - On Friday, January 25, 1878, in the seventheeth year of her age, Annie Beatrice beloved and only daughter of Robert W. and the late Mary Ann FINNIE.
Greenwood Depot, February 1, 1878 Reports at present are very much mixed up in regard to the damage and lives lost at the Island.
www.bklyn-genealogy-info.com /Newspaper/BSU/1878.Death.html   (20910 words)

  
 ABSTRACTS OF VITAL STATISTICS
Sarah VAN AUKEN,New Scotland Landing, N.Y., Dec. 24, 1878, by Rev. F.G. DODSON, Thomas, d.
May 15, 1878, Pennsville, Pa., b.Jul. 30, 1803, paralysis.
13, 1878, Darlington, Eng., agea 53 yr., Eng.
www.historicalsocietyunitedmethodistchurch.org /NYCA1879.html   (8852 words)

  
 Marriages 1878
Hegemann 3983 Hurto, Samuel H. Wright, Marietta 11 Sept 1878 by H. Church, M. Witness: Thomas Murray 3984 Jaeger, Alois Halkins, Emma 11 Sept 1878 by B. Finger, J. Witness: Christ.
Schreiber 4032 Swindle, John W. Keller, Theresa 2 Nov 1878 by B. Finger, J. Witness: R.F. Swindle/Catharine Keller 4033 Snyder, Samuel Lyons, Mary 4 Nov 1878 by M. Flavin Witness: John Daly m.
Nicholson, Maria 9 Dec 1878 by C. Blood, J. Witness: George Feaster 4078 Bowley, Joseph O. Doherty, Hannah 10 Dec 1878 by R. Adams Witness: Simeon Bowley 4079 McConnell, William S. Housell, Mary J. 10 Dec 1878 by Jas.
www.celticcousins.net /scott/1878marriagesjuldec.htm   (2060 words)

  
 1878   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The preceding is the latest example (apart from some anomalously late usage in 1879 from Leh) that we can provide for the use of an old rectangular watercolor.
This stamp was accompanied by two 1/2a and one 1a Jammu rectangulars in red, plus 1/2a British postage, for a total of 6 1/2a on a registered cover to Amritsar dated 07 April 1878.
Interestingly, this same date is also taken to be the latest known postal use of a circular, namely the 1a steel-blue oilcolor circular on European laid paper (Eames.) There was also continued, if sporadic, use of the 1/2a brownish-red circulars, mostly on the ever-popular Jammu to Amritsar run viâ Sialkot.
www.kashmirstamps.ca /1878.html   (1161 words)

  
 Gale of '78 - Storm 9 of the 1878 Hurricane Season
HPC, Camp Springs, MD NWS, Wakefield, VA While in the process of conducting a historical survey of damaging tropical storms for the state of Virginia, the authors ran across an intriguing cyclone from October 1878.
Of this sample, with the exception of the September Hurricane of 1878, all others formed in late September or October.
In Philadelphia alone, $2 million in damage was exacted (Noyes 1878), in 1878 dollars, when over 700 structures failed.
www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov /research/roth/galeof78.htm   (4785 words)

  
 1878 Court News
It is said that abundant proof will be furnished at the hearing of the case to show that he was not insane when the proceedings were taken against him.
Calvin E. PRATT, Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, dated the 19th day of January, 1878, and filed with the complaint in the office of the clerk of the County of Kings at the County Court House in the city of Brooklyn.
Time is given and proceedings are stayed until the second Monday of March, 1878, for that purpose, and the papers will be again submitted on that day.
www.bklyn-genealogy-info.com /Court/1878.Court.html   (17391 words)

  
 1878-1900
Thomas Power, O.P., arrived in Minneapolis in 1878 to establish Holy Rosary parish.
His first baptism was John Richard McCoy who was the son of Charles McCoy and Elizabeth Cogan on May 12, 1878.
In 1878, a committee made up of German Catholics living in Minneapolis approached Fr.
www.op.org /holyrosary/htm/1878-1900.htm   (1547 words)

  
 Isadora Duncan 1878-1927
The year was 1878, and the item tells of the home of Joseph Duncan, a suave and cultured gentleman who was a cashier of the Bank of California and whose fortune crashed with William Ralston's.
He was known as a connoisseur of the arts, and was often asked to select paintings and marbles for the palaces of his friends who knew little about them.
But it was shortly, after 1878 that the home was broken up and scandal and divorce resulted.
www.sfmuseum.org /bio/isadora.html   (2870 words)

  
 History of Hancock, New Hampshire
With the new railroad (arriving in Hancock in 1878), Hancock suddenly was close yet far away.
Inns and vacation hotels flourished, many farmers took in summer guests by the week, cottages were built along the lakes, old abandoned farm houses were all spruced up and given a new life.
There was constant litigation (including with the Town of Hancock which refused to pay the gratuity until mandated by the courts), worker strikes (sometimes so threatening that police were summoned from as far away as Nashua), cost overruns and frequent delays.
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 Marriages 1878
Steen, Trina 21 Feb 1878 No Certificate returned Witness: L. Koell 3825 Nebendahl, Ferdinand Tank, Maria Charlotte 21 Feb 1878 by J. Gass, Pastor Witness: Frederick Strohbeen m.
Bushmann, Anna 2 Apr 1878 by E. Geisler, J. Witness: Charles Van Dieman 3857 Wicks, Douglas Osborn, Belle 2 Apr 1878 at Linn Grove by R. Coates Witness: N. Osborn m.
Landalius, Clara M. 18 May 1878 by B. Finger, J. Witness: Bell C. Woodruff 3890 Siegfried, J. Moeller, Josephine 18 May 1878 by B. Finger, J. Witness: H. Schlapkohl m.
www.celticcousins.net /scott/1878marriagesjanjun.htm   (1222 words)

  
 Painting Index 1878
With summer, Beckwith returns to the United Sates, and Sargent works alone in their Paris studio and takes over his share of heat and rent.
The city is abuzz with activity as the Paris Exposition of 1878 is getting underway.
Millet both serve on a jury for American artists, though no record of Sargent meeting Millet at this time.
www.jssgallery.org /Thumbnails/Sargent_Paintings1878.htm   (563 words)

  
 Ottoman Empire Russia War 1876-1878
Britain and Austria-Hungary, alarmed by the Russian gains contained in the treaty, compelled Russia to accept the Treaty of Berlin (July 1878), whereby Russia's military-political gains from the war were severely restricted.
The treaty was modified by the terms of the Treaty of Berlin signed four months later on July 13.
Congress of Berlin (June 13-July 13, 1878), diplomatic meeting of the major European powers at which the Treaty of Berlin replaced the Treaty of San Stefano, which had been signed by Russia and Turkey (March 3, 1878) at the conclusion of the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78.
www.onwar.com /aced/data/romeo/russoturk1876.htm   (511 words)

  
 Photographic Journals - British Journal of Photography - 1878
The BJP also featured several articles on photography in Edinburgh.
1869 1872 1875 1876 1877 1878 1881 1882
Let the cursor hover over any of the buttons above and it will display further details.
www.edinphoto.org.uk /1_P/1_photographic_journals_-_bjp_1878.htm   (109 words)

  
 An 1878 View of The Washingtonians   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The following, rather long, extract describes the Washingtonians and one of their star speakers as they were seen from the perspective of the latter part of the 19th century--years after their decline to little more than a fond memory in the minds of temperance advocates.
The extract is from The Temperance Reform and its Great Reformers by Rev. W.H. Daniels, A.M., published 1878.
Thanks to Rick K who came across the book, converted this segment into digital format, and made it available for reproduction here.
www.eskimo.com /~burked/history/daniels.html   (2932 words)

  
 Chronology: 1847-1878 - The Edison Papers
• 1847 • 1862 • 1865 • 1868 • 1869 • 1870 •; 1871 •; 1872 •; 1873 •; 1874 •; 1875 •; 1876 •; 1877 •; 1878 • [1879-1931]
Confers at Menlo Park with Edward Johnson, Uriah Painter, and Gardiner Hubbard about their proposals that he break his contract with Western Union and let them form a company to market his phonograph.
Proposed as a scientific member of the American commission to the 1878 Paris Universal Exposition.
edison.rutgers.edu /chron1.htm   (5647 words)

  
 1878 Morgan Items   (Site not responding. Last check: )
1878 CC Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS65 BLAST WHITE!!
US 1878 8TF Morgan Dollar ~ MS64 ~ LOOK!
1878 7/8 TF Tail Feathers Morgan Silver Dollar, MS-64
www.thedailybit.com /1878-morgan.html   (215 words)

  
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Pflueger Trion Fly Rod and Supreme Reel Combos; Models: 9089 8 wt.
Morgan Silver Dollar (1878 - 1921) Two Tone U.S. Coin Spring Loaded Money Clip from J&J Coin Jewel
Robinson Racing Stealth Silencer Pro Spur,78T ~ 1878
www.pricegig.com /1878.html   (205 words)

  
 Kansas Institution for the Education of the Blind student lists, 1878-1894
**Transcriber's Notes - could be Maria J. in 1878, Jennie in 1880, Lizzie 1884-1892
**Transcriber's Note - Last name spelled differently in 1878 listing.
**Transcriber's Note - Last name spelled Messengale in 1878 listing.
skyways.lib.ks.us /genweb/archives/wyandott/school/blind.html   (1770 words)

  
 "By Jingo": Macdermott's War Song (1878)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Aline Waites and Robin Hunter, The Illustrated Victorian Songbook, Michael Joseph Ltd., London, 1984; pp.
Music-hall singer G. Macdermott (aka "the Great Macdermott") found this piece immensely popular at the London Pavilion during a diplomatic crisis in 1878.
Both Macdermott and the songwriter G. Hunt took themselves seriously as commentators on foreign affairs, an opinion not necessarily shared by Britain's foreign-policy decision-makers.
www.cyberussr.com /hcunn/q-jingo.html   (427 words)

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