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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1880s1880s - Wikipedia

    The 1880s (pronounced "eighteen-eighties") was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 1880, and ended on December 31, 1889.

  2. 1880s From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Events The first commercial Macadamia nut farm opens in Australia. Railroads help industrialize many western countries. World leaders Emperor Franz Josef ( Austria-Hungary) Prime Min Sir John A. Macdonald ( Canada) Guangxu Emperor ( China) Emperor Wilhelm I ( German Empire)

  3. 1888 - Louis Le Prince creates the oldest surviving film, Roundhay Garden Scene. Recorded in Leeds, Yorkshire, England, the footage lasts a mere 2.11 seconds. 1888 – George Eastman files for a patent for his photographic film. 1888 – Thomas Edison meets with Eadweard Muybridge to discuss adding sound to moving pictures.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 18801880 - Wikipedia

    • Events
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    • Further Reading and Year Books

    January–March

    1. January 22 – Toowong State School is founded in Queensland, Australia. 2. January – The international White slave trade affairscandal in Brussels is exposed and attracts international infamy. 3. February – The journal Science is first published in the United States, with financial backing from Thomas Edison. 4. February 2 4.1. The first electric streetlight is installed in Wabash, Indiana. 4.2. The first successful shipment of frozen mutton from Australia arrives in London, aboard the SS S...

    April–June

    1. April – The government of Cape Colony sets a deadline for the Basuto people to surrender their weapons; non-compliance leads to the Basuto Gun War. 2. April 18 – 1880 United Kingdom general election: William Ewart Gladstone defeats Benjamin Disraeli, to become Prime Ministerfor the second time. 3. April 19 – The Prime Minister of Sweden, Louis De Geer, resigns over the defeat of a defense reform bill in the country's Riksdag; he is succeeded by Count Arvid Posse(1880–1883). 4. April 27 – T...

    July–September

    1. July 14 – Dorchester Penitentiaryopens in Canada. 2. July 22 – Abdur Rahman Khan becomes Emir of Afghanistan. 3. July 27 – Second Anglo-Afghan War – Battle of Maiwand: Afghan troops under Ayub Khan defeat British and Indian forces, under Brigadier General George Burrows. 4. August 14 – Cologne Cathedral is completed, after construction began in 1248, 632 years earlier. 5. August 24 – The SS Columbia completes her maiden voyage, arriving without incident in Portland, Oregon, after a stopove...

    January

    1. January 1 – Vajiravudh, Rama VI, King of Siam (d. 1925) 2. January 2 – Louis Charles Breguet, French aircraft designer, builder and early aviation pioneer (d. 1955) 3. January 3 – Francis Browne, Irish Jesuit priest, famous for his last photos of the RMS Titanic (d. 1960) 4. January 6 – Tom Mix, American actor (d. 1940) 5. January 10 – Manuel Azaña, 2nd President of the Spanish Second Republic, 55th Prime Minister of Spain (d. 1940) 6. January 11 – Rudolph Palm, Curaçao-born composer (d. 1...

    February

    1. February 5 – Gabriel Voisin, French aviation pioneer (d. 1973) 2. February 8 – Franz Marc, German artist (d. 1916) 3. February 12 3.1. John L. Lewis, American labor union leader (d. 1969) 3.2. George Preca, Maltese saint (d. 1962) 4. February 14 – Frederick J. Horne, American four-star admiral (d. 1959) 5. February 17 – Reginald Farrer, English botanist (d. 1920) 6. February 19 – Álvaro Obregón, 39th President of Mexico (d. 1928) 7. February 21 – Waldemar Bonsels, German writer (d. 1952) 8...

    March

    1. March 1 – Lytton Strachey, English writer, biographer (d. 1932) 2. March 4 – Channing Pollock, American playwright, critic (d. 1946) 3. March 11 – Harry H. Laughlin, American eugenicist (d. 1943) 4. March 15 – Montagu Love, English actor (d. 1943) 5. March 17 – Lawrence Oates, British army officer and Antarctic explorer (d. 1912) 6. March 21 – Broncho Billy Anderson, American actor (d. 1971) 7. March 22 – Kuniaki Koiso, Prime Minister of Japan (d. 1950) 8. March 23 – Heikki Ritavuori, Finn...

    January–June

    1. January 4 1.1. Anselm Feuerbach, German painter (b. 1829) 1.2. Marthe Camille Bachasson, Count of Montalivet, French statesman (b. 1801) 2. January 8 – Joshua A. Norton, self-anointed Emperor Norton I of the United States of America (b. 1811) 3. January 12 3.1. Ellen Lewis Herndon Arthur, wife of Chester A. Arthur (b. 1837) 3.2. Ida, Countess von Hahn-Hahn, German author (b. 1805) 4. January 14 – Frederick VIII, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein (b. 1829) 5. January 20 – Captain Moonlite, Austral...

    July–December

    1. July 7 – Lydia Maria Child, American novelist, abolitionist (b. 1802) 2. July 9 – Paul Broca, French physician and anthropologist (b. 1824) 3. July 17 – Tomasz Chołodecki, Polish political activist (b. 1813) 4. July 21 – Hiram Walden, American politician (b. 1800) 5. August 9 – William Bigler, American politician (b. 1814) 6. August 15 – Adelaide Neilson, English actress (b. 1848) 7. August 16 – Herschel Vespasian Johnson, American politician (b. 1812) 8. August 17 – Ole Bull, Norwegian vi...

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    1. Manolache Costache Epureanu, 2-time Prime Minister of Romania (b. 1823) 2. Ng Akew, Chinese businesswoman

    1880 Annual Cyclopedia (1881)highly detailed coverage of "Political, Military, and Ecclesiastical Affairs; Public Documents; Biography, Statistics, Commerce, Finance, Literature, Science, Agricultu...

  5. hif.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1880s1880s - Wikipedia

    1880s. 1880s ke decade 1 January 1880 se suruu bhais rahaa aur 31 December 1889 ke khalaas bhais rahaa. Ii 19th century ke 9th decade rahaa.

  6. 1880s fashion in the in Western and Western-influenced countries is characterized by the return of the bustle. The long, lean line of the late 1870s was replaced by a full, curvy silhouette with gradually widening shoulders. Fashionable waists were low and tiny below a full, low bust supported by a corset.