Results for: 1833

In Political Office Holders

Who was the president in 1833?

This depends on the country/organization you are asking about. Please re-ask your question or see related questions. United States: Andrew Jackson . Andrew Jackson was t (MORE)
In History of the United States

What is the compromise of 1833?

The compromise of 1833, also called the Tariff of 1833, was a billproposed to resolve the Nullification Crisis. It gradually reducedtariff rates after southern states objected (MORE)
In Ireland

What happened in Ireland in 1833?

According to Brian Freils play 'Translations', the British Army were at work 'standardizing' (ie Anglifying) the place names of Ireland.
In US Coins

What is the value of an 1833 US nickel?

Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question. The first US nickels were minted in 1866. Five-cent coins called half-dimes were minted in 1833 but they were (MORE)
In Native American History

What happened in the meteor shower in 1833?

It seems to have marked the arrival of struggles for the Kiowa. TheKiowa believed that the stars were their sisters, from the Lodge ofthe Bear story. They feared that their si (MORE)
In History of the United States

What were not states by 1833?

The followingstates were admitted into the union after 1833: Arkansas (1836),Michigan (1837), Florida (1845), Texas (1845), Iowa (1846),Wisconsin (1848), California (1850), Mi (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of Virginia in 1833?

John Floyd (born April 24, 1783 in Floyds Station, Virginia; died August 17, 1837 in Monroe County, Virginia) succeeded William Branch Giles as the twenty-fifth Governor of Vi (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of Pennsylvania in 1833?

George Wolf (born August 12, 1777 in Allen Township, Pennsylvania; died March 11, 1840 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) succeeded John Andrew Schultz as the seventh Governor of (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of New Jersey in 1833?

Samuel L. Southard (born June 9, 1787 in Basking Ridge, New Jersey; died June 26, 1842 in Fredericksburg, Virginia) succeeded Peter Dumont Vroom as the tenth Governor of New J (MORE)