Results for: 1853

In History of the United States

What was the panic of 1853?

There was no Panic of 1853 but there was a Panic of 1857. It was apanic of a financial matter that was caused by the over expansionof the domestic economy and the decline of t (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the president in 1853?

This depends on the country/organization you are asking about. Please re-ask your question or see related questions. United States: Millard Fillmore until March 4, and th (MORE)
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Who was born in 1853?

No US Presidents were born in 1853. Closest was Woodrow Wilson in1856. Vincent Van Gogh was born in 1853.
In British Coins

What is the value of an 1853 British Sixpence?

A British 1853 Sixpence, uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £150 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anyth (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of Alabama in 1853?

Henry W. Collier (born January 17, 1801 in Lunenburg County, Virginia; died August 28, 1855 in Bailey's Springs, Alabama) succeeded Reuben Chapman as the fourteenth Governor o (MORE)
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Who was the Governor of Arkansas in 1853?

Elias Nelson Conway (born May 17, 1812 in Greene County, Tennessee; died Febrary 28, 1892 in Little Rock, Arkansas) succeeded John Selden Roane as the fifth Governor of Arkans (MORE)
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Who was the Governor of California in 1853?

John Bigler (born January 8, 1805 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania; died November 29, 1871 in Sacramento, California) succeeded John McDougall as the third Governor of California, se (MORE)
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Who was the Governor of Virginia in 1853?

Joseph Johnson (born December 19, 1785 in Orange County, New York; died February 17, 1877 in Bridgeport, West Virginia) succeeded John B. Floyd as the thirty-second Governor o (MORE)
In US Civil War

Why did violence erupt in Kansas in 1853?

The Kansas territory was a potential area for the expansion of slavery. The people who profited from slavery saw this as a huge opportunity. Most of the pioneers moving into K (MORE)
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Who was the Governor of Wisconsin in 1853?

Leonard J. Farwell (born January 5, 1819 in Watertown, New york; died April 11, 1889 in Grant City, Missouri) succeeded Nelson Dewey as the second Governor of Wisconsin, servi (MORE)