1890s


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Noun1.1890s - the decade from 1890 to 18991890s - the decade from 1890 to 1899  
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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But as you follow it back through the trees and along the footbridge across the creek, you slowly step back into time until you emerge at a farmstead that operates much as it did in the 1890s.
1890s, oil on canvas), Jorge Pineda's depiction of a rice field before the harvest (1929, oil on canvas).
The author impressively maneuvers between the various designations of populists over time--from radical reformers and idealists to parochial, backward, anti-anti-modern isolationists, with touches of sexism, racism, and anti-Semitism--to explore more "precisely" the complexity of Populist thought and their relation to imperialism and foreign policy in the 1890s. Though some will wonder if one can achieve precision in understanding an assemblage of western reformers and democrats who had diverse ideas, the author provides a convincing account of their changing fortunes.
As seen in an 1890s engraving, part of the fun An advert for Crane & Sons, from the 1890s was helping mother to stir the pudding - often in return for scraping the bowl later.
Charles Musser, Politicking and Emergent Media: US Presidential Elections of the 1890s. Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2016.
THE SECRET HISTORY OF MY FAMILY BBC2, 8.00pm The latest documentary charting social history through family trees begins in 1890s Salford, where press hysteria and public panic gripped the town as rival gangs were pitched in street battles.
It was the same with George William Hall in the 1890s. He was a pioneer of the fantastically rich Western Australian gold-mining industry, someone who mixed with the colony's highest-ranking and most influential people, and a pioneer of manipulating the press to his own financial benefit.
Chronological treatment progresses from the 1890s through the New Deal, Title VII, the Equal Rights Amendment, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978, and the Johnson Controls decision of 1991.
They include images of Cardiff - including the castle and the infirmary - dating back to the 1890s.
The 1890s are alive and well, as attested by current critical-historical scholarship.
The American century; a history of the United States since the 1890s, 7th ed.
Richard Whittington-Egan has produced another definitive biography of a literary figure from the 1890s. Lionel Johnson: Victorian Dark Angel is impressive in its research, elegant in its writing and thought-provoking in its conclusions.