What were the sports in 1845?
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Answer . \nThe first wheat-back cents were issued in 1909, so I assume you mean 1945. 1945 was (up till then) a record year for cent production so they are not especially valuable. Current retail is a few cents if circulated, maybe a dime if almost uncirculated.
The first US nickels were minted in 1866. If your coin says HALF DIME on the back please check the Related Question.
i have a project for school and i need someone to describe to me what type of clothing African slaves wore. please that would help A lot
27 states. Florida was the 27th state to join in 1845 during President John Tyler's term. See also the 27 Star Flag (1845-1846) . In 1845, one star was added, representing Florida, bringing the total number of stars to 27. There were thriteen stripes representing the original 13 colonies. Rick Wyat…t, 5 April 1998. ( Full Answer )
brought their own lunches from home, usually carried in a lunch pail. They often brought sandwiches, cornbread or biscuits, apples and cookies. Sometimes, they took a small metal container of homemade soup to be warmed on the top of the schoolroom stove. The students stored their lunch pails on the …floor of the cloakroom, below the wall hooks where they hung their coats and hats. . During winter, sandwiches stored next to the outside walls could freeze before lunchtime and had to be thawed on the stove. Classmates ate at their desks, then played outside for the remainder of the noon hour. If home happened to be close by, some of the children walked back and forth, to eat with their families. ( Full Answer )
In 1845 Texas joined the United States as the 28th state. The state's annexationÂ set off a chain of events that caused the Mexican-American WarÂ in 1846.
At the time of the Texas revolution, most Texans and Americans assumed that the Republic of Texas would swifly be annexed to the United States. On December 29, 1845, the U.S. Congress admitted Texas as the 28th state.
The US first issued nickels in 1866. Please check again and post a new question.
Well John Tyler was president. He didn't agree with the Whig party, since the Whigs were pro-bank and pro-protective tariff, and pro-internal improvements. He was really more of a Democrat. There was unrest all around because of the coming war. Also, if they accepted Texas as a state, there would be… unbalanced majority in the House. But if they didn't then they would be in a war anyway. ( Full Answer )
A British 1845 sterling silver Crown (Five Shillings)(Victoria)(Regnal date VIII)(cinquefoil stops), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£2,750 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from Â£55 to Â£1,050 GBP. A British …1845 sterling silver Crown (Five Shillings)(Victoria)(Regnal date VIII)(star stops), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£3,000 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from Â£55 to Â£1,200 GBP. NOTE - The reverse of these coins is upside down to the obverse. This is normal. The values quoted are the best possible for the best specimens in their grades, but may be significantly lower due to varying demand for the coin and the prevailing economic climate. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on inspection of the coin. ( Full Answer )
From 1815 to 1871 Germany consisted of 39 separate states which were almost completely independent, so there was no one ruler. nobody rulded Germany
The first U.S. nickels were dated 1866. Please check again and post a new question. If your coin says "half dime" it had a face value of 5 cents, but isn't a nickel.
Such a coin does not exist. The first British Florin was introduced into circulation in 1849.
Because a famine had started in Ireland so many people left in search of a better life.
Manifest Destiny was the term used to describe the idea in the United States, beginning in the 1840s, that the US was destined to expand from ocean to ocean and all of North America from north to south. It developed, in part, from a great surge of nationalism (patriotism) following the War of 1812, …as the nation expanded west. Because of our economic and political superiority, and due to the rapid growth of our population, and because it was God's will, our superior civilization should take over the others on the continent. In 1845, John L. O'Sullivan wrote an article about the annexation of Texas and first used the term, manifest destiny. The idea was revived toward the end of the 1800's during the Spanish-American War, and also led to the the US becoming an imperialistic nation at the turn of the century. ( Full Answer )
The Irish Famine happened during that time, and actually lasted a few years after that.
The people of Illinois were not happy with the huge influx of people into their state. They went to Illinois to live on the 'frontier', and now huge numbers of easterners and Europeans were coming and taking over their land and culture. The Mormon headquarters, Nauvoo, was one of the biggest citie…s in the state at the time and the huge number of Mormons in the state was influencing the state politics enough that people got angry at that as well. ( Full Answer )
A British 1845 gold Sovereign (QV), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£700 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from Â£165 to Â£375 GBP. A British 1845 gold Sovereign (QV)(Roman I), circulated but still in good cond…ition, might fetch anything from Â£600 to Â£1,200 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation. NOTE - The reverse of these coins is upside down to the obverse. This is normal. ( Full Answer )
This depends on the country/organization you are asking about. Please re-ask your question or see related questions. United States: John Tyler at the start of 1845, replaced by James Knox Polk John Tyler (born March 29, 1790 in Charles City County, Virginia; died January 18, 1862 in Richmond,… Virginia) succeeded William Henry Harrison as the tenth President of the United States, serving between April 4, 1841 and March 4, 1845, including the whole of the year 1844. Tyler had no Vice President as he was elected as Harrison's Vice President. Tyler ascended to the presidency following Harrison's death in office. James K. Polk was the 11th President of the United States from 1845 March 4 to 1849 March 4. He was elected in 1848, following Tyler's withdrawal from the presidential race. ( Full Answer )
For an accurate value US large cents need to be seen but in general are valued at $25.00-$50.00 for coins that show a lot of wear. Better grade are $80.00 or more
Being born in 1840 he must have been 5. He was born on November 14, 1840. So, he was 5 years old by then.
Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of07/2013: Very worn condition - $24 Moderately worn - $36 Slightly worn - $58 Almost no wear - $278 Uncirculated - $570 to $6,250 depending on quality Note : If your quarter has a picture of GeorgeWashington on the front instead of a pi…cture of Miss Liberty, withFlorida or Texas on the back, you have a modern State Quarter. 1845is the date that the featured state was admitted to the Union andNOT the minting date. Generally State Quarters are only worth facevalue. DISCLAIMER: The retail values quoted are the best available as ofthe date shown, but may vary due to market fluctuations. Also thewholesale (buying) price of a coin will be less than the selling(retail) price. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a moreaccurate valuation based on inspection of the coin. ( Full Answer )
Benjamin Fitzpatrick (born June 30, 1802 in Greene County, Georgia; died November 21, 1869 in Wetumpka, Alabama) succeedded Arthur P. Bagby as the eleventh Governor of Alabama, serving between November 22, 1841 and December 10, 1845.\n. \nFollowing the end of Fitzpatrick's term in office, Joshua L.… Martin (born December 5, 1799 in Blount County, Tennessee; died November 2, 1856 in Tuscaloosa, Georgia) became the twelfth Governor of Alabama, serving between December 10, 1845 and December 16, 1847. ( Full Answer )
Thomas Stevenson Drew (born August 25, 1802 in Wilson County, Tennessee; died January 1, 1879 in Lapin, Texas) succeeded Archibald Yell as the third Governor of Arkansas, serving between November 5, 1844 and January 10, 1849, including the whole of 1845.
James McDowell (born October 13, 1795 in Rockbridge County, Virginia; died August 24, 1851 in Lexington, Virginia) succeeded John Munford Gregory as the twenty-ninth Governor of Virginia, serving between January 1, 1843 and January 1, 1846, including the whole of 1845.
To allow the government of Texas to become a state of the United States of America.
William Dunn Moseley (born February 1, 1785 in Lenoir Coty, North Carolina; died Janaury 4, 1863 in Palatka, Florida), the first Governor of Florida, served between June 25, 1845 and October 1, 1849.
Daniel Haines (born January 6, 1801 in New York, New York; died January 26, 1877) succeeded William Pennington as the fourteenth Governor of New York, serving between October 27, 1843 and January 21, 1845.\n. \nFollowing the end of Haines' term as Governor, Charles C. Stratton (born March 6, 1796 i…n Swedesboro, New Jersey; died March 30, 1859 in Swedesboro, New Jersey) became the fifteenth Governor of New Jersey, serving between January 21, 1845 and January 18, 1848. ( Full Answer )
Francis Thomas (born February 3, 1799 in Frederick County, Maryland; died January 22, 1876 in Frankville, Maryland) succeeded William Grason as the twenty-sixth Governor of Maryland, serving between January 3, 1842 and January 6, 1845.\n. \nFollowing the end of Thomas' term as Governor, Thomas G. P…ratt (born February 18, 1804 in Georgetown, Maryland; died November 9, 1869 in Baltimore, Maryland) became the twenty-seventh Governor of Maryland, serving between January 6, 1845 and January 3, 1848. ( Full Answer )
Albert G. Brown (born May 31, 1813 in Chester County, North Carolina; died June 12, 1880 in Terry, Mississippi) succeeded Tilghman Tucker as the fourteenth Governor of Mississippi, serving between January 10, 1844 and January 10, 1848, including the whole of 1845.
A British 1845 sterling silver Shilling (Victoria), uncirculatedand in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£345 GBP. If ithas been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetchanything from Â£25 to Â£160 GBP. NOTE - The reverse of these coins is upside down to the obverse.This… is normal. The values quoted are the best possible for the best specimens intheir grades, but may be significantly lower due to varying demandfor the coin and the prevailing economic climate. A reputable coindealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based oninspection of the coin. ( Full Answer )
This is seven years if you begin on some date in 1845 and go to that same date in 1852, but from the beginning of 1945 to the end of 1852 would be 8 years and from end of 1845 to the beginning of 1852 would only be six years.
John Tyler was president from April 6, 1841 until March 3, 1845. Polk served as president for the rest of 1845.
Isambard Brunell . Elizabeth Fry . Felix Medelssohn . Charles Dickens . Frederick William IV of Prussia For other you might consider visiting the 1845 page or the 1840spage on wikipedia.
Mexican economy at the first half of the 19th century was focused on subsistence agriculture and raw material extraction. This means Mexico's economy was concentrated on mining, cultivation of crops such as corn, tomato and beans and the transportation required to move such raw materials within the …country. In general, the infrastructure was poor, there was no industry and the commerce and services sector was negligible as Mexico had a small population of 7.4 million by 1850. Mexico's GDP at the time is estimated at approximately US$5.6 billion by today's terms. ( Full Answer )
A British 1845 sterling silver Threepence (Victoria), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£100 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from Â£8 to Â£45 GBP. NOTE - The reverse of these coins is upside down to the obverse. …This is normal. The values quoted are the best possible for the best specimens in their grades, but may be significantly lower due to varying demand for the coin and the prevailing economic climate. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on inspection of the coin. ( Full Answer )
There were two of them: . Jose Joaquin de Herrera (Dec 1844 - Dec 1845) . Mariano Paredes (Dec 1845 - July 1846)
Of course. America, and every other country and continent had hunters in the A.D and B.C. eras.
A British 1845 copper Farthing (Victoria), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£125 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from Â£8 to Â£50 GBP. The values quoted are the best possible for the best specimens in their grad…es, but may be significantly lower due to varying demand for the coin and the prevailing economic climate. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on inspection of the coin. ( Full Answer )
The divisors of 1845 are: 1 , 3 , 5 , 9 , 15 , 41 , 45 , 123 , 205 , 369 , 615 , 1845 .
William B. Cooper (born December 16, 1771 in Laurel, Delaware; died April 29, 1849 in Laurel, Delaware) succeeded Cornelius P. Comegys as the thirty-second Governor of Delaware, serving between January 19, 1841 and January 21, 1845. Following the end of Cooper's term as Governor of Delaware, Thoma…s Stockton (born April 1, 1781 in New Castle County, Delaware; died March 2, 1846 in New Castle, Delaware) became the thirty-third Governor of Delawarie, serving between January 21, 1845 and his death. ( Full Answer )
William Owsley (born March 24, 1782 in Virginia; died December 9, 1862 in Boyle County, Kentucky) succeeded Robert P. Letcher as the sixteenth Governor of Kentucky, serving between September 4, 1844 and September 6, 1848, including the whole of 1845.
Mordecai Bartley (born December 16, 1783 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania; died October 10, 1870 in Mansfield, Ohio) succeeded Thomas W. Bartley as the eighteenth Governor of Ohio, serving between December 3, 1844 and December 12, 1846, including the whole of 1845.
Alexandre Mouton (born November 19, 1804 in Lafayette Parish, Louisiana; died February 12, 1885 near Lafayette, Louisiana) succeeded Andre B. Roman as the eleventh Governor of Louisiana, serving between January 30, 1843 and February 12, 1846, including the whole of 1845.
Astraea was the fifth asteroid discovered, on December 8, 1845, by K. L. Hencke. [from Wikipedia]
It is wildly believed that the Whirlpool Galaxy (Messier 51a) was discovered in 1845. However, it was actually discovered in 1773. It was only recognised as a spiral galaxy in 1845.
Elijah Mccoy born 1844 in Canada. Died 1929 Detroit, Mich. He invented an automatic lubricator for oiling steam engines of locomotives. He also held 57 US. Patents
Project 1845 is a model of China in 1845. It is very big, and it has been in works for quite some time! The information I have just said and more can be found under the related links below, as well as the server IP to join them and explore the massive place!
A step is not a uniform length of distance - different people's steps can measure different distances. Therefore, the two units are not directly compatible.
1,845 is divisible by the following numbers: 1, 3, 5, 9, 15, 41,45, 123, 205, 369, 615 and 1845.