Results for: 1873

In Winchester Firearms

What is the value of a Winchester Model 1873?

Answer . A model 1873 could be a carbine, rifle, or musket. Easy to distinquish these by the barrel length, 20, 24, or 30 inches. There were three models of each. First mod (MORE)
In Sports

Were there sports in 1873?

Yes. There was rugby, soccer, and baseball to name a few. Athletics (track and field) was also popular. American football had just begun (the first college game was in 1869).
In History, Politics & Society

What was the panic of 1873?

It was a financial crisis leading to the so-called 'long depression', which in the US was caused by a sharp drop in the demand for and price of silver caused by Germany exchan (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the president in 1873?

This depends on the country. See related questions or re-ask yourquestion specifying the country. United States: Ulysses S. Grant .The 18th President of theUnited States wa (MORE)
In American Revolution

What was Panic of 1873?

The Panic of 1873 was when the E.W. Clark & Company bank (one of the biggest private banks) went bankrupt. As a result, it caused a chain-reaction of other bank failures and e (MORE)
In Sports

What happened in 1873?

Year 1873 was a common year starting on Wednesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar (or a common year starting on Monday of the 12-day slower (MORE)
In Japan in WW2

When did the crisis of 1873 develop in Japan?

The 1873 crisis refers to the debate between Japan and Korea at that time. Korea refused to accept Japan's emperor as their own, which nearly led to the two countries going to (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of California in 1873?

Newton Booth (born December 30, 1825 in Salem, Indiana; died July 14, 1892 in Sacramento, California) succeeded Henry Huntly Haight as the eleventh Governor of California, ser (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of Nebraska in 1873?

William H. James (born October 15, 1831 in Marion, Ohio; died February 1, 1920) succeeded David Butler as the acting Governor of Nebraska, serving between June 2, 1871 and Jan (MORE)