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  1. Los años 1890 fueron un decenio comenzó el 1 de enero de 1890 y terminó el 31 de diciembre de 1899; se refieren a veces como la "década Malva" -porque el colorante de Anilina inventado por William Henry Perkin permitió el uso generalizado de ese color en la moda-.

  2. 1890 ( MDCCCXC) fue un año común comenzado en miércoles según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 1.1 Enero 1.2 Marzo 1.3 Mayo 1.4 Agosto 1.5 Septiembre 1.6 Octubre 1.7 Noviembre 1.8 Diciembre 1.9 Fechas desconocidas 2 Arte y literatura 3 Ciencia y tecnología 4 Nacimientos 4.1 Enero 4.2 Febrero 4.3 Marzo 4.4 Abril 4.5 Mayo 4.6 Junio

  3. Categoría:Años 1890. Temas, acontecimientos y noticias relacionados con la década de los años 1890 . Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre los años 1890.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1890s1890s - Wikipedia

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    • Economics in The United States
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    Wars

    1. First Franco-Dahomean War(1890) 2. Second Franco-Dahomean War(1892–1894) 3. First Sino-Japanese War(1894–1895) 4. First Italo-Ethiopian War(1895–1896) 5. Greco-Turkish War (1897) 6. Spanish–American War(1898) 7. Philippine–American War(1899–1902) 8. Second Boer War(1899–1902)

    Wars and Conflicts

    1. 1890: Wounded Knee Massacre in South Dakota. On December 29, 1890, 365 troops of the US 7th Cavalry, supported by four Hotchkiss guns, surrounded an encampment of Miniconjou (Lakota) and Hunkpapa Sioux (Lakota) near Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota. The Army had orders to escort the Sioux to the railroad for transport to Omaha, Nebraska. One day earlier, the Sioux had been cornered and agreed to turn themselves in at the Pine Ridge Agency in South Dakota. They were the last of the Sioux to...

    Prominent political events

    1. 1890: A split erupted in Irish nationalism over a scandal involving the Irish leader Charles Stewart Parnell's affair with a fellow MP's wife, Kitty O'Shea. 2. 1893: New Zealand becomes the first country to grant women the vote. 3. 1894: The Greenwich Observatorybomb attack. This was possibly the first widely publicised terrorist incident in Britain. 4. The Dreyfus affair – a political scandal that divided France in the 1890s and the early 20th century. It involved the conviction for treas...

    1892: The Homestead Strike in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Labor dispute between the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers (the AA) and the Carnegie Steel Company starting in June, 1892. Th...
    1892: Buffalo switchmen's strike in Buffalo, New York, during August, 1892. In early 1892, the New York State Legislature passed a law mandating a 10-hour work-day and increases in the day- and nig...
    1892: New Orleans general strike taking place in New Orleans, Louisiana, during November, 1892. 49 labor unions affiliated through the American Federation of Labor (AFL) had established a central l...
    1893: The Panic of 1893 set off a widespread economic depression in the United States of America that lasts until 1896. One of the first signs of trouble was the bankruptcy of the Philadelphia and...

    May 1-October 30, 1893 - The 1893 World's Fair, also known as the World's Columbian Exposition, was held in Chicago, Illinois to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus's discovery...

    Technology

    1. 1890s: Bike boomsweeps Europe and America with hundreds of bicycle manufacturers in the biggest bicycle craze to date. 2. 1890: Clément Ader of Muret, France creates his Ader Éole. "Ader claimed that while he was aboard the Ader Eole he made a steam-engine powered low-level flight of approximately 160 feet on October 9, 1890, in the suburbs of Paris, from a level field on the estate of a friend." It was a powered and heavier-than-air flight, but is often discounted as a candidate for the f...

    Science

    1. Henri Becquerel discovered radioactivity. 2. X-rays were discovered by Wilhelm Röntgen. 3. Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius and US geologist Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin independently suggested that human CO2 emissions might cause global warming. 4. 1894: Argon was discovered by Lord Rayleigh and William Ramsay. 5. 1895: Helium was discovered to exist on the Earth by William Ramsay, 27 years after first being detected spectrographically on the Sun in 1868. 6. 1896: One year after helium's...

    Settlement movement based on Jane Addams' Hull Housein Chicago.
    Hale Johnson was a major leader of the American temperance movement.
    Department of Scientific Temperance Instruction, under Mary Hunt, achieved de factocontrol over all alcohol education in the USA.
    The fin de siècle(primarily in Paris and Brussels).

    Politics

    1. Charles Albert Gobat, Secretary-general Inter-Parliamentary Union 2. Henri Morel, Director World Intellectual Property Organization 3. Gustave Moynier, President International Committee of the Red Cross

    Entertainers

    1. Adelina Patti

    Authors

    1. Kate Chopin (The Awakening) 2. Stephen Crane 3. Henry James 4. Edith Wharton

    Quiz: Victorian Etiquette – Educational Game, In the style of Monty Python
    Booknotes interview with H. W. Brands on The Reckless Decade: America in the 1890s, February 25, 1996
  5. 1890: Ultimátum británico de 1890 a Portugal. 1894: Se inicia la Primera guerra sino-japonesa, que finalizará en 1895 con victoria japonesa. 1895: Se inicia la Guerra de Independencia cubana, que acabará con la ocupación estadounidense de la isla en 1898. 1896: Primera grabación cinematográfica de un sumo pontífice, el papa León XIII

  6. Páginas en la categoría «Nacidos en los años 1890» Esta categoría contiene las siguientes 11 páginas: B Stephan Bibrowski D Desta Damtew E Roza Eskenazi F Salo Finkelstein G Berta Gangloff H Takuma Hisa L Hernando Liñán Castaño R Matilde Rivera Rosa Rolanda Esteban Roldán Oliarte S Jideko Sellés Óguino