According to Webster's New Twentieth Century Dictionary of the English Language Unabridged (published in 1956, Standard Reference Works Publishing Company, Inc., New York,) a "jappaner" was one who "japans". "Japan" is:
1. Work varnished and figured in the manner practised by the natives of Japan.
2. A liquid resembling lacquer or varnish made by boiling shellac or a similar resin with linseed oil and other ingredients and thinning the product with turpentine.
3. Any of various black varnishes.
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the food in the 1800s are rashened the food in the 1800s are rashened
which are examples of education reforms in the mid 1800s
slavery was still going on in the 1800s
Yes, coins were minted in the 1800s.
There was no such thing in the 1800s.
they did not have plains back then in the 1800s
1800s. I read it in a book.
Women could not vote in the 1800s
there was no such thing as a skateboard in the 1800s
how did people tell the time in the 1800s
In the late 1800s, yes.
Canberra was a paddock in 1800s
In the early 1800s, around mines & quarries.
the living conditions in the 1800s were: ?don't have a clue?
In the 1800s girls mostly cooked, cleaned, ECT.
Muskets, rifles, handguns, shotgun.
The most popular gun from the 1800s is the 1886 WINCHESTER.
Women's rights in 1800s were: EXTREMLEY limited.
skiing was around long before the 1800s