## Results for: 1844

In History of the United States

# Election of 1844?

Henry clay and James knox Polk go head to head in a campaign over the issue of annexing Texas Henry clay and James knox Polk go head to head in a campaign over the issue of an (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

# Who was the president in 1844?

In Law & Legal Issues

# What is the bond of 1844?

In 1830 a London committee of merchants chose Captain George Maclean to become president of a local council of merchants. Although his formal jurisdiction was limited, Maclean (MORE)
In Train Travel

# What did the Railways Act do in 1844?

Most far-reachingly, it compelled the railway companies to run at least one train a day in each direction along each of their lines at an average speed of not less than 12 mph (MORE)
In Math and Arithmetic

# What percent of 1844 is 125?

Rounded to two decimal places, 125/1844 x 100 = 6.78 Therefore, 125 is approximately equal to 6.78 percent of 1844.
In US Presidents

# What happened during the election of 1844?

James K. Polk went against Henry Clay. Henry Clay was the expected winner because he was super well known and popular. He was also Whig. The Whigs would even yell,"Who is Jame (MORE)
In British Coins

# What is the value of an 1844 British Penny?

A British 1844 copper Penny (Victoria)(ornamental trident), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£325 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in g (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

# Who was the Governor of Alabama in 1844?

Benjamin Fitzpatrick (born June 30, 1802 in Greene County, Georgia; died November 21, 1869 in Wetumpka, Alabama) succeedded Arthur P. Bagby as the eleventh Governor of Alabama (MORE)
In Population

# What was the Us population in 1844?

From wikipedia: The UnitedStates Census of 1840 was the sixth census of the United States .Conducted by the Census Office on June 1,1840, it determined the resident popul (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

# Who was the Governor of Arkansas in 1844?

Archibald Yell (born August 9, 1797 in North Carolina; died February 23, 1847 in Buena Vista, Mexico) became the second Governor of Arkansas, serving between November 4, 1840 (MORE)