Results for: 1846

In Arts and Crafts

What was invented in 1846?

One of the more important inventions of 1846 was the practicalsewing machine. Another one was the artificial leg. And on June 28of that year, the saxophone was heard.
In History of Ireland

What happened in 1846?

\nAs related to the American Civil War, 1846 was the start of the Mexican War. This war opened up more land that could become new States, which raised the debate over Slave S (MORE)
In History, Politics & Society

What are facts about 1846?

Answer 1 1846 is the 1846th natural number. 1846 is even. 1846 is the natural number directly after 1845 and directly before 1847. 1846 = 2 * 13 * 71. Answer 2 Th (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the president in 1846?

This depends on the country/organization you are asking about. Please re-ask your question or see related questions. United States: James Knox Polk James Knox Polk was th (MORE)
In British Coins

What is the value of an 1846 British Sixpence?

A British 1846 sterling silver Sixpence (Victoria), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £225 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good cond (MORE)
In British Coins

What is the value of an 1846 British Sovereign?

A British 1846 gold Sovereign (QV), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £700 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of Alabama in 1846?

Joshua L. Martin (born December 5, 1799 in Blount County, Tennessee; died November 2, 1856 in Tuscaloosa, Georgia) succeeded Benjamin Fitzpatrick as the twelfth Governor of Al (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of Arkansas in 1846?

Thomas Stevenson Drew (born August 25, 1802 in Wilson County, Tennessee; died January 1, 1879 in Lapin, Texas) succeeded Archibald Yell as the third Governor of Arkansas, serv (MORE)
In Glue and Adhesives

Was there glue in 1846?

Yes, there were glues made of animal and fish bones, and also tree sap, back then