1870s


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Noun1.1870s - the decade from 1870 to 1879
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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Sill, Indian Territory, probably in the late 1870s. Little information about Bliss has been located, but he seems to have established himself as the photographer at Ft.
Offers in the region of PS1.1 million are invited for the freehold interest of the landmark three-storey building which dates back to the 1870s or 1880s.
Very few Jumeau dolls can be identified dating before the 1870s. However, by 1877, Emile Jumeau had produced the first Bebes (dolls in the image of little girls).
A VICTORIAN pumping station dating back to the 1870s which has been restored, has now opened a new restaurant.
Her paternal grandparents were from Gujarat, who moved to Karachi for business in the mid 1870s, where her father, Jinnah, was born.
Set in the crime-ridden Chinatown of San Francisco in the 1870s, Ah Sahm will become a hatchet man for one of the most influential crime families in the area.
Below is a copy of the rebus trade card from the 1870s or early '80s that I believe is Loyd's, based on the typography and style of printing.
JERICHO ITV, 9.00pm Set in Yorkshire in the 1870s, this new period dama stars Jessica Raine (below) as Annie Quaintain, who is left homeless and penniless following the death of her husband.
Set in Yorkshire in the 1870s, it stars actress Jessica Raine as Annie Quaintain, who is left homeless and penniless following the death of her schoolteacher husband.
In the early 1870s when Russian authorities began to challenge Mennonite exemption from military service, the churches in Molotschna and Am Trakt commissioned Klaassen to write a book defending the Mennonite understanding of nonresistance.
It was in the 1870s that the first Cash's woven nametape rattled off the jacquard looms.
He was born in the 1870s. By the 1920s most of the young and middle aged men who had been the original Blinders were either dead from the war or influenza or in poor health from fighting for this country.