- served a 4 year term from 1837 to 1841
William Harrison- died in office a month after inauguration in 1841
John Tyler- was Harrison VP, served out his 4 year term from 1841-1845
- was elected after Tyler and he served his four year term from 1845-1849
Zach Taylor- elected in 1849, died in 1850.
- was Taylor's VP and served from 1850 to 1853
Bettie B. Davis has written: 'Lauderdale County, Tennessee, 1840 census, 1850 census, and 1850 mortality schedule' -- subject(s): Census, 1840, Census, 1850, Census, 6th, 1840, Census, 7th, 1850, Genealogy, Registers of births
By 1840 there were 26 states making up the United States. That number had expanded to 31 states by 1850.
Eleanor Bounds has written: '1840-1850 Effingham County census' -- subject(s): Census, 7th, 1850, Genealogy, Census, 1850, Registers of births, Census, 1840, Census, 6th, 1840 'Biehl/Beal-Kuefer descendants'
Spain was a monarchy in those years. It did not have presidents.
it was different to how it is today, earlier in the 1850's it was not very clean
According to the 1850 US census, the population in America was 23,191,876. This was a 35% increase from 1840. Part of this dramatic increase was due to immigration.
Martin Van Burin, 1837-1841 William Henry Harrison, 1841 John Tyler, 1841-1845 James K. Polk, 1845-1849 Zachary Taylor, 1849-1850
According to the Census of 1850 the United Stages had a total population of 23,191,876 people. That was a 40 percent increase since the Census of 1840.
Washington, Adams, Jefferson
Eliza 1787-1840 James 1799-1800 Maria 1803-1850
Anna Baldwin was not born in 1878 she was born in 1840's or 1850's
excluded female workers
Postage stamps were not available in the 1840's. They were first available in 1850.
the californian gold rush was in the 19th century in the 1840's- 1850's.
Agriculture like plantation of tabaco and cotton.
From French, the same word, so called for the hooked needle that is used. About 1840/1850
from Turkey 1840/1850, meaning fate or destiny. Turkish word 'qismet'
Between 1850 and 1860, the three presidents considered to be among the worst in American history were Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, and James Buchanan. Buchanan is often considered the worst of all.