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In Economics

What is the value of a 100 bill 1838?

In 1838 a $100.00 was worth $100.00. Given the effect of inflation the buying power then for a given amount would be greater than at some later point in time. If you knew the (MORE)
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Who was the president in 1838?

This depends on the country/organization you are asking about. Please re-ask your question or see related questions. United States: Martin Van Buren Martin Van Buren was t (MORE)
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What century was 1838 in?

If there had been a Year 0 it would be easy, but the common calendar always starts counting from the Year 1. That means: - The first century lasted from 1 to 100 - The se (MORE)
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What is the biggest event that happend in 1838?

The biggest event that ever happend in 1838 was that rebellions broke out in upper and lowere Canada.In Lower Canada, in particular, the massive arrival of immigrants beginnin (MORE)
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Who was the Governor of Virginia in 1838?

David Campbell (born August 2, 1779 in Washington County, Virginia; died March 19, 1859 in Abingdon, Virginia) succeeded Wyndham Robertson as the twenty-seventh Governor of Vi (MORE)
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Who was the Governor of Pennsylvania in 1838?

Joseph Ritner (born March 25, 1780 in Reading, Pennsylvania; died October 16, 1869) succeeded George Wolf as the eighth Governor of Pennsylvania, serving between December 15, (MORE)
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Who was the Governor of Maryland in 1838?

Thomas W. Veazey (born January 31, 1774 in Cecil County, Maryland; died July 1, 1842 in Cecil County, Maryland) succeeded James Thomas as the twenty-fourth Governor of Marylan (MORE)
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Who was the Governor of Mississippi in 1838?

Charles Lynch (born 1783; died February 9, 1853 in Jackson, Mississippi) succeeded John A. Quitman as the eleventh Governor of Mississippi, serving between January 7, 1836 and (MORE)
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Who was the Governor of Connecticut in 1838?

Henry W. Edwards (born October 1779 in New Haven, Connecticut; died July 22, 1847 in New Haven, Connecticut) succeeded Samuel A. Foot as the fourteenth Governor of Connecticut (MORE)
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Who was the Governor of Vermont in 1838?

Silas H. Jennison (born May 17, 1791 in Shoreham, Vermont; died September 30, 1849 in Shoreham, Vermont) succeeded William A. Palmer as the fourteenth Governor of Vermont, ser (MORE)