Think about it. We've got World War I and World War II in the1900s. We've also got the Cold War, the Korean War, the VietnamWar, etc. Lots of wars. Lot's of people. Perhaps you were born inthe 1990s.
As far as I knew, on those days and all, there were severe andaggression training and education should have been undergone tobecome a lawyer.
Women typically didn't work in factories until WWII, except in the garment industries. There was some unionization but not nearly as much as in other industries. Women faced horrible conditions as evidenced by the triangle shirtwaist fire.
In Wisconsin, about $48,000 a year in the 1900's newtest3
She went to school until she was twelve years old and worked until she was fifty six. She invented a paper bag machine that helped many people over the years.
cuba was trying to achieve independence from spain in the late 1800's. many cubans came to the us to escape the fighting and disorder
The problems that city residents faced in the late 1800s and early1900s were illness,garbage piling up, dangers of fires, partial (volunteer) fire department times, crime, and overcrowded tenements.
Julian Abele and Robert Jones Abele are brothers. Julian Abele is the youngest of five boys, Robert was the second of the five.
Working conditions worsened and often dangerous, workers became less valued, and no work compensation.
Solar energy is renewable. and it is a natural energy.
Well, in the early 1900s, they played games such as marbles, hop-scotch, jump-rope, ringa-ringa-rosie, however sometime around 1935 MONOPOLY was created, so i guess the wealthier families played that, too. :)
Answer His title, rank and name was Freiherr Rittmeister Manfred von Richtofen. Most of the aircraft of WW1 was made of wood frame with cloth fabric stretched over it and glued tight. Some had round fuselages made of formed laminated wood. A few aircraft were made of Aluminum alloy frame or metal...
The question seems to imply that slavery, in some form or other, might be legal. I think that the suggestion of legality of slavery is abhorrent. The answer to the question is none.
adopt more convenient hair and dress styles.
His two terms were not consecutive. He served for four years, from1885 to 1889. Then he lost to Benjamin Harrison in the 1888presidential election, but he ran against Benjamin Harrison againin 1892 and won. When leaving the White House on Inauguration Day in 1889, GroverCleaveland's wife reportedly...
F. Scott Fitzgerald, Harper Lee, John Steinbeck, Edith Wharton.
The horse & buggy era was more advanced than we actually assume now. People used a fairly good vocabulary, they had long haul railroads in America, Canada, & Britain, as well as in Germany and other parts of Europe. Horse drawn street cars on tracks. High rise buildings in large cities with ...
1900's Man acted good and polite they respect their fiancee parent and they mostly start by talking to the parent first and they ask their fiancee parent if they could marry her.
The full question is: What best explains why children in American cities after theIndustrialization Age often huddled together without shoes warmclothing shelter or decent food? A. The focus was on manufacturing, not enough shoes were made B. Many people lived in poverty due to low wages. C. Because...
Later then we know that ninoy aquino has been a big part in the creation of cpp/npa/ndf.
Factory life in the 1700's to the 1900's was quite difficult. Work was more labour intense and was for less pay. Safety standards barely existed beyond common sense. This life was known to both children and adults alike.
No one invented it, but it was an outcome of several factors. The war in Vietnam, the start of the woman's movement, teen rebellion, the music, and the ideas that they could change the world through their actions.
Automation and assembly lines.
The statement "The size of U.S. households rose steadily during the1900s" is incorrect.
He robbed from the rich and gave to the poor.
law of frenchies, treaty of da fries
no black farmers were allowed to work the fields.
because they are in trouble with the law.
the rise in political status of ordinary white men was accompanied by a decline in the political rights of women and free blacks. Henretta, pg. 231.
It was meant to provide unity and independence for blacks throughout Africa
Because blacks always were banging goats
Can you be more specific? What do you mean by faith? Do you mean religious beliefs? Affiliation? What exact period of time? From what year to what year? In what location? In California? In the entire U.S? (And again, the U.S. as it was in 1900 or the U.S. as it is today?) For all of North...
The two nations that competed for industrial dominance in Europewas Germany and Great Britain.
They were not patterned and were generally quite muted colours.
It was meant to provide unity and independence for blacks throughout Africa.
I suggest you go to this website: Morris County Library.com once your there look on the tool bar and click on the word, "reference" the go down the list and click on the words "Historic Prices" Then on the side tool bar click on the numbers "1900-2009" There is a list of years and prices there--...
Yes. Her name was Mrs. Adele Nasser. She was married to Mr. Nicholas Nasser. He was 28 years old. I don't think that I would want to be her, or any of the passengers on the ship at that rate. There was also a 10-month-old and an 11-month old, which I find is very sad, because they would've had no...
Treaty of Portsmouth, New Hampshire (USA).
Federation in Australia was important because it offered a great many potential benefits. .
Trade: There were steep tariffs imposed on the transport of goods across the borders of the states. Federation would remove these tariffs and allow for free trade between the states. .
Unions and labour...
$125.00 in 1900 equals a little less than $3,500.00 in 2012 buying power
In the book Distant Waves Ninette did not die.
i only now that a house was about 50-100 dollars in Brooklyn and milk was a nickle. i found this out in the book, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. IT WAS THE BEST BOOK I EVER READ!!! Well i don't know if that's going to help most people if they need info heres some i found on a website Flour (5 lbs) 25...
they thought the metallic plates of the earths crust rubs together and pushes the earth up
it was perfect for farming
One of the immigration laws from that time period is somehting to do with the Chinese. In 1882 Congress passed an Exclusion Act that banned Chinese from immigrating to the U.S. The Chinese Exclusion Act also made it immpossible for Chinese immigrants to become U.S. citizens.
play games outside & people went to sporting games.....
stonemasons, blacksmiths, shopkeepers, squatters, farmers that kind of stuff
Anastounding rush of inventions and technological innovationstransformed America and its economy in the late nineteenth century.In the entire period up to 1860, the government issued 36,000patents. But 440,000 were issued in the 30 years between 1860 and1890. Some of these inventions, such as the...
Life for women in 1912 was extremely unfair as they were forced to do stuff by there husbands 1 and were often bullied into things 2 and they had no power to vote or do anything that would change the governments ideas 3 .
Samuel M. Jones and Tom Johnson began breaking away from machinepolitics to improve city government in the early 1900s.
The 19th century is from 1800 to 1899.
Cruising speed: 528km\h for 1900D
The word 'suffrage' means the right to be able to vote in politicalelections. A suffragist advocated for the rights of women to vote.
It established Japanas a respected military power after they defeated the Russian Navy, and brought Japan into the forefront of military technology. Japan had been feudal and primitive just a few decades before the war.
yes, he married my grandma's gramdma's sister
1893 by Millicent Fawcett.
How 'bout movies, television, radio, live theater, dancing, nightclubs. parlor games, cards, concerts, etc
The most errors by a player in a game is 9 by 2nd baseman Andy Leonard of the Boston Red Caps in 1876.
well II've been told they have black and white TVs
Anti-Black Voting Laws .
The end of the Civil War, the period of Reconstruction, and the 15th Amendment to the United States Constitution were attempts to protect the rights, including voting, of the ex-slaves, especially in the states of the defeated Confederacy.The first attempt involved...
Spartans just fight and fight and... guess what? fight! Athenians have many forms of entertainment and value education. Additionally, it can also be answered this way. Sparta was asociety rigidly organized for military purposes. Athens, on theother hand pursued a broad range of interests in culture,...
He liked to design stuff.
page 645 of world history book by McDougal Littell, the paragraph which it says Expansion Throughout Europe.
Roughly translates as "A golden crown for our good inn" (Crown usedto mean coinage, "Crowns" are used in several countries up to thepresent day) I think the meaning is basically "Next round is on me"?
they both formed groups to help others
starting around age 6, they would learn how to feed the chickens, collect the eggs, start to learn cooking, sewing, laundry, and other household chores. On top of this, they would often go to school also.
she went to the legistated building
Children were required to attend school back in the 1800's. Mississippi was the last state to enact a compulsory attendance law in 1917. .
It was King http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Chulalongkorn until his death in 1910, and then his sons ruled, solitarily of course, until the Siamese Revolution in 1932.
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so some interesting facts about trenches? hmm....let me see....... 1.people got diseases called trench foot,trench fever,and trench mouth 2.bodies of the people that died would stay in the trench until someone could take a break from fighting and bury them. 3.trenches were not dug straightly...
27,000 Americans died building the canal per year and about 500 Americans per week
Suffragists believed in the right for women to vote. They were the peaceful campaigners.
That was the year that the song "Take me out to the ball game" came out.
1903, it was located between east and Newell streets
Most women worked approx. 16 hours by looking after their household chores and children, cooking cleaning sewing and anything else that needed doing!
Women were usually married at the age of 19 in the early 1900's, while men waited until they had a career and a steady income, so usually 28 or so.