The number of Jim Crow laws in the South increased in the last decade of the 1800s due to a combination of factors, including the retreat of Reconstruction and the rise of white supremacist ideology. After the end of the Civil War and the abolition of slavery, the South underwent a period of Reconstruction, during which time the federal government attempted to establish civil rights for African Americans and ensure their protection from discrimination. However, this period was short-lived, and by the late 1870s, the federal government withdrew its troops from the South and allowed white supremacist groups to regain control of state governments. As a result, Jim Crow laws, which were designed to segregate and disenfranchise African Americans, began to proliferate. These laws were enforced through violence, intimidation, and discrimination, and they remained in place until the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
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That is a very broad timespan, especially for firearms. The 1800s opened with muzzleloading flintlock firearms, and closed with fully automatic cartridge firearms. However, if you would like a peek at some of the CIVILIAN firearms from the LATE 1800s, and what they cost, ask your library to find you a copy of the 1896 Sears catalogue. That, and the 1902 catalogue, have been reprinted as a hardbacked book. Fun reading, and a good selection of rifles, shotguns and pistols- along with ammo. Delivered to your door.
Susanna Dickinson was only one of the two women that survived the Battle at Alamo. Through history she has been noted as having many famous quotes. These quotes include "If you wish to save your life, follow me," and "I am the child of the Alamo".
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Nothing, they migrated to Canada because of the potato famine, and they had no belongings.
Advertisement : Advertisements through newspapers, magazines, hoarding; were the most important method used by the producers to expand the market. It played a major role in expanding the markets, and shaping a new consumer culture. Advertisements make products appear desirable and necessary.
In the 1800s it was American Indians who began to call the railroads iron horses. They did this because when the train tracks were first built, horses were used to pull the cars down the tracks. Eventually, the horses were replaced with steam locomotives.
It contained coca, which is the active ingredient in cocaine.
There were good years and bad, of course, when average yields would go either higher or lower, but most years the US average wheat yield was 12 to 13 bushels per acre.
It increased ties between farming and industry.
Well probably a lot simpler than our lives now a days. Most likely kids over the age of 6 or 7 had to work all day long to help out the family. The boys would hunt and buy supplies while the women cooked, cleaned, and basically did everything for the men. Most kids also wouldn't go to school after the age of maybe 9 or 10, if they even went to school at all
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They no longer promoted morality.
It has a more of an appraoaching atmospheric novelist desciption,from the nineteenth century!
he repaired a normal size boat
It abolished the Slave Trade in the British Empire but not slavery itself...
The history of the leather football helmet is unique. The First helmets were created in the 1890s. Before that helemets were not worn. The earliest helmets were made of fine tanned leather mainly of Cow, & Horse hides. Later after 1900 and only up toill 1905 some of the softer shell helmets were made of tanned pig . But mainly cow hide ... saddle quality versions were used from the 1890-1940 eras of the leather football helmet. More interesting information about the helmet history can be found on the Past Time Sports history site at There, they explain and show examples of the earliest leather football helmets from the beehive Dogear style , the flat top style and the Dogear heavy style into the most recognized 1920-1940 Red Grange era styles and patterns. This is a comprehensive place to view and research leather football helmets at Pasttimesports.biz A history and tradition more than 100 years old. The leather football helmet has it’s origin more than100 years ago first worn in an 1893 Army-Navy game. An Annapolis shoemaker created the first helmet for Admiral Joseph Mason Reeves out of tanned Cow hide. Reeves had been advised by a Navy doctor that he would be risking death or “instant insanity” if he took another kick to the head. Later in 1896 Lafayette College halfback George Barclay so feared the fabled cauliflower ear on his “hearing organs”, which he felt was a direct cause of playing bare-headed, that he had a playing hat made. His design was a special headgear which was held to his head by three heavy leather straps fashioned by a harness maker, thus giving the first football helmets the nomenclature “head-harness”. The Golden Era - The helmet as we know it today has undergone many changes in its 100 years. Helmets were not mandatory until the 30’s. Most of the 1890--1915 games were actually played without helmets. It was not unusual to see half of the early players with helmets and half without. Around World War I the helmets were so flimsy that they were often mistaken for aviator caps. Year by year more padding was added and from the 1920’s thru 1940’s, considered the Golden Age of college, pro and high school football — helmets, like the ones we are offering here, always were strictly of leather construction. Flying wing, colors and targets - Another interesting fact was that nearly all of the games in this era were played in unadorned helmets —school logos colors and mascots were rarely used. As the great rivalries grew colleges and high schools began to hand-paint their helmets. The idea was that the simple colors, in the first days of the forward pass, allowed receivers to finally be distinguishable to the quarterback when they were heavily covered and far down the field. Not until 1948 was the first logo, the Rams horns, painted on a pro leather helmet. Soon after, practically every college, pro and high school team put their logos and mascots on their helmets. But the great old leather helmet was spared much of this “clutter” as it’s days faded into history before 1950. Visit Past time Sports at for great reaseracgh info.
In the late 1800's farmers organized Granges which set up cooperative banks and stores that gave farmers greater equality in the marketplace, and pushed through state legislation for better schools and for the protection of consumers and farmers.