1830s

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Noun1.1830s - the decade from 1830 to 1839
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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It was originally known as the Summerland Butts Lane, but by the 1830's the whole rod was called the Butts.
Caption: Detail of a bag in the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville from the late 1830's to early 1840's.
It also explains why my ancestors started planting grapes along the hillsides of Keuka Lake in the 1830's. They sought out the microclimate created by the lake's moderating effect on air temperatures and airflows along the surrounding terrain.
He captured Ladakh and Baltistan in 1830's and 1840 respectively.
The first Christmas trees made it into Britain just over 200 years ago in the 1830's which were then made popular by use in the Christmas celebrations of English royalty.
The mid 1830's was a period called the new slavery.
Constructed in the 1830's on the 3,000 - hectare Hacienda de San Isidro Labrador acquired by the Dominican Order, it was turned into the Naic Elementary School by the American colonial government, in 1922.
But buildings designed in the 1830's don't necessarily provide the most efficient twenty-first century parliamentary forum.
The Dreyse needle gun designed in the 1830's was striker-fired.
There continues to be art in the practice of medicine, and it is not entirely a science as many want to believe.) Before the 1830's, if someone sustained a limb compound fracture, amputation was the necessity.
Even though "Les Miserables" was published in 1862, Victor Hugo started working on the book in the 1830's.
Through beautifully laid out graphics and extensive musical examples Stefaniak discusses how various piano virtuosos of the 1830's such as Clara Wieck Schumann and Franz Liszt figured into Schumann's growing ideology war between what he thought of as the Philistines and Davidsbunders of musical life.