1860s


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Noun1.1860s - the decade from 1860 to 18691860s - the decade from 1860 to 1869  
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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The east end, the stained glass and the painted ceiling were installed in the 1860s.
Southeast Africa has a long history of homosexual abuse going back to the 1860s.
Nitroglycerins talent for opening blood vessels, now frequently exploited by doctors treating people with angina or heart failure, was first observed in the 1860s when physicians studied side effects experienced by workers in a dynamite factory.
They include superb evening wear from the 1850s, a wedding dress from the 1860s, silk tennis outfits from the 1920s, children's clothing, swimwear and accessories such as lorgnettes, beaded handbags and tortoiseshell spectacles.
The solid round, a type used by shore batteries in the 1860s, was in excellent condition, and may have originated in Kinsale Fort.
The Cariboo gold project is located near Wells and adjacent to the historic town of Barkerville, the centre of the Cariboo gold rush in the 1860s.
This is a worthy story that could fit into any curriculum involving the Alaskan frontier and the Russian settlers who lived among the Native people in the 1860s.
Stefanie Powers (TV's ``Hart to Hart'') stars as Anna Leonowens, the English widow brought in the 1860s from Singapore to instruct the children of the king of Siam.
After residing in various areas, the family settled in the Westgate area of Newcastle around the 1850s and 1860s.
The 1850s and 1860s are arguably the least researched decades in the history of modern Germany.
Concerned at the amount of renovation required at Old Trafford,Lancashire's home since the 1860s,and its cost at a time when the club is in the red,chief executive Jim Cumbes has met with a positive response from council chiefs.
An exclusive shopping galleria, Diagonal Mar, has already been completed in this run-down and decrepit area of Barcelona, much to the annoyance of the architect David Mackay, one of the founders of local practice Martorell Bohigas Mackay Arquitectes: 'The developing of the Forum area is correct and in line with the city planning since the 1860s and the days of Ildefons Cerda who laid the famous urban Barcelona-grid.