In 1889, New York was a fast-growing city. The Corbin Building atthe intersection of Broadway and John Street was completed. The NewYork Giants were in their seventh season an…d finished first in theNational League with a record of 83Ã¢??43. Dreams of prosperitybrought immigrants into New York during the late 1880's.Speakeasy's were the social gathering spot for nightlife in NewYork City, due to the growing temperance movement. (MORE)
This depends on the country/organization. See related questions. US: Grover Cleveland until March 4, Benjamin Harrison afterwards. Grover Cleveland was the 22nd President… of the United States from1885 March 4 to 1889 March 4 and the 24th President of the UnitedStates from 1893 March 4 to 1897 March 4. Despite winning thepopular vote in the 1888 election, he would ultimately lose thepresidency, only to regain it in the 1892 re-election. Benjamin Harrison was the 23rd President of the United States from1889 March 4 to 1893 March 4. He previously served as a senatorfrom Indiana. (MORE)
6-26-11>>> Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1889 Morgan dollar is considered common. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and …graded. Most coins of this type have seen heavy use and show a lot of wear. In general retail values for low grade coins are $36.00-$37.00, better grade are $38.00-$39.00 and coins showing almost no wear run from $40.00-$44.00. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelry or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer.(MORE)
Thomas Seay (born November 20, 1846 in Greene County, Alabama; died March 30, 1896 in Greensboro, Alabama) succeeded Edward A. O'Neal as the twenty-seventh Governor of Alabama…, serving between December 1, 1886 and December 1, 1890, including the whole of 1889. (MORE)
Simon Pollard Hughes Jr. (born April 14, 1830 in Carthage, Tennessee; died June 29, 1906 in Little Rock, Arkansas) succeeded James Henderson Berry as the fifteenth Governor of… Arkansas, serving between Janaury 17, 1885 and January 8, 1889.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Hughes' term as Governor, James Philip Eagle (born August 10, 1837 in Maury County, Tennessee; died December 19, 1904 in Little Rock, Arkansas) became the sixteenth Governor of Arkansas, serving between January 8, 1889 and January 10, 1893. (MORE)
Alva Adams (born May 14, 1850 in Iowa County, Wisconsin; died November 1, 1922 in Battle Creek, Michigan) succeeded Benjamin Harrison Eaton as the fifth Governor of Colorado, …serving between January 11, 1887 and January 8, 1889.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Adams' term as Governor, Job Adams Cooper (born November 6, 1843 in Greeneville, Illinois; died January 20, 1899) became the sixth Governor of Colorado, serving between January 8, 1889 and January 13, 1891. (MORE)
Robert Waterman (born December 15, 1826 in Fairfield, New York; died April 12, 1891 in San Diego, California) succeeded Washington Bartlett as the seventeenth Governor of Cali…fornia, serving between September 12, 1887 and January 8, 1891, including the whole of 1889. (MORE)