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  1. 14 July 1789 On July 14, 1789, an angry crowd marched on the Bastille. To many people in France it was considered as a symbol of the must hated Louis regime, clearly it was the perfect spot to start a Revolution. March on Versailles 01 october 1789 People in France were ungry, unemployed and restless.

  2. 19th Century Timeline: 1801 to 1900 1811-20 1821-30 1831-40 1841-50 1851-60 1861-70 1871-80 1881-90 1891-1900 1801 Britain is rising as an industrial power. The average life expectancy is around 40. A fictional "better-off" family will be described as drinking water that has a cow taste because it is taken from a brook from which cows drink.

  3. The United States was a country in the 19th century. During this time it grew from 17 states to 45 states. The year was from 1801 till 1900 in the Gregorian calendar. States like Utah, Illinois and Mississippi were added to the United States. There were 22 presidents. The Industrial Revolution was still going on.

  4. Category. : 19th century. This category is for articles and events specifically related to the 19th century, which began in the year 1801 and ended in the year 1900 . Note that the year 1900 is included in Category:1900s in the 20th century but is actually part of the 19th century . Wikimedia Commons has media related to 19th century.

  5. 19th-century Britain timeline By Sally Hales Charles Dickens illustration Credit: iStock We trace the history of Britain during the 19th century, from the union with Ireland through the Battle of Trafalgar and the Battle of Waterloo, plus the publication of some of our greatest works of fiction. © Images Wikipedia

  6. 28/10/2021 · 19th Century Wars Timeline. 17/09/2022 28/10/2021 by Heather Y Wheeler. This timeline details all the main wars that happened during the 19th Century.

  7. Inventions of the 19th Century 1804 Richard Trevithick invented the locomotive. Gas lighting is first patented by Fredrick Winzer. 1809 Humphry Davy invents the first electric light (arc lamp). 1810 An improved printing press is invented by the German Frederick Koenig. Peter Durand invents the tin can.