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Noun1.1880s - the decade from 1880 to 1889
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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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.
COPIES of the Liverpool ECHO dating back as far as the 1880s, right, were discovered at a house in Wallasey.
It also recounts the history of women's high-wheel (tri)cycling in the 1880s and women's so-called "safety" (chain-driven) bicycling in the 1890s.
In the 1880s, as Chicago was establishing itself as the "hog butcher for the world," the residents of what is now Schaumburg were butchering their own hogs on family farms.
Journeys from the Abyss: The Holocaust and Forced Migration from the 1880s to Present
Mary Bennett Ritter belongs in history and women's issues collections as well as California history holdings, and provides a powerful story of a farmer's daughter who pursued her dreams of medical training in the 1880s. Her memoir chronicles her calling, obstacles to success, adventures, and the atmosphere and flavor of the 1880s, placing her ambitions and dreams in broader context of her times.
According to him, the relationship between Nigeria and Norway dated back to 1880s.
These medium-framed .38 Long and .38 Centerfire five-shooters were manufactured in the 1880s. Folding hammers, for easier concealed carry, are not the norm, but neither are they particularly uncommon.
There's plenty of parking for all now where the "fanciful'' Queen Anne style house at 1543 Main Street in the village of Cherry Valley in Worcester was built in the 1880s by the architects Fuller and Delano.
A man arrives in Vigata in the 1880s looking to make a fortune by opening a pharmacy--a seemingly innocuous undertaking until it is discovered that his father, who was found murdered, grew plants that could heal any malady.
e town's emergence as a tourist destination came in the 1880s with the opening of the rail line from Newcastle, along the Tyne and up the coast totourist destination came in the 1880s with the opening of the rail line from Newcastle, along the Tyne and up the coast to Whitley.
The Whitman hay press took honors when it was exhibited at many major fairs in the early 1880s. The company expanded its line of agricultural machinery in the late 1880s to include "St.