Life expectancy of the 1800's aye? That is actually tricky, since what most people call life expectancy is nothing but a median, the middle number taken of everyone born from 1800 to 1899 and tally all their ages together and then divide that number by everyone that was born.
Now the thing is infant life expectancy is what has improved a premature baby had a death sentence in that era,most, after they made it to ten- teen life are actually about the same, the addition of medical science has raised a unhealthy person from about 40 by a additional 12 -15 years on average, a healthy adult can now live to be 80-100, but then a healthy adult then wasn't far off either.
The problem arises later, here's a example. When you have a elderly person who falls and hurts their hip, in the 1800's the quality of life for this person would plummet horribly and discomfort and pain would take their toll and they would either be bed ridden or succumb to a infection from the area constantly rubbing.
So there is no straight answer. But statistically if you add everything mention together, the average person with the sick counted among the healthy and the infants counted among the adults, the average life span was approximately 40 years.
The workdays were 16-hours long. They were physically straining and most people were dying of starvation.
They went in search of a better life, particularly during the famine years in the 1840s, when hunger left many people dying.
If it is dying of old age!
old immigrants in the late 1800s came from north western Europe
cause they are dying and not eating or drinking anything for 12 days and cause of the sun and threre country like africa and remaina.
they did not have plains back then in the 1800s
how did people tell the time in the 1800s
In the late 1800s, yes.
what brought people to British Columbia in the 1800s
Fortunate is dying because we miss the old days.
Two key people in the mid 1800s were the middle class and the poor people.
well in the 1800s, they sold a variety of things!
89 years old. Remember they had no chemtrails, gm foods, floride, etc.
All through the 1800s? That's a huge number of famous people.
the constitution is 6646432 years old
most people die over the age of 50 or if they have an illness they might die under the age of 50 but the average of dying is 50 to how ever old you get
LESS BODY FAT, METABOLISM and they are in the dying process, cellular, brain function.
people in the 1800s wore long dresses and bonnets and the boys wore pants and suspenders
In the late 1800s about 122,000 people were living in Newfoundland.
The search for gold.
The average age of people dying in poverty is 20.
Yes. People in Africa have not suddenly, mysteriously, stopped dying.
The question is underspecified:Do you mean:people dying of plague as a percentage of the total population?people dying from the plague as a percentage of people dying from all causes?In either case, it would also be helpful to know where and when.I would suggest that on Antarctica, in the sixth century, the percentage of people dying from plague was zero!
To put it plainly it was OK. It was black and white and many old people that had the plague died...
The griffins of myth - while sometimes dying - did not let people know how old they were.