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  1. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Establishments in New Zealand in the 19th century: ← 1800s-1810s-1820s-1830s-1840s-1850s-1860s-1870s-1880s-1890s →

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  3. 01/01/2021 · "Democratic Republican" enters the lexicon around 1828 and continues to be a label associated with the Jacksonian party well into the 1840s. Wikipedia says that Tyler's " National Democratic Republican" outfit was an homage to Jefferson, but in fact it was in reference to a common alternative name for the Democratic party.

  4. The Early Republic's Political Culture, 1789-1840* RONALD P. FORMISANO Clark University Introduction Political parties in the United States took their basic form within a period extending from the 1790s to the 1840s. Though historians per- haps have compartmentalized this process ex- cessively, theoretical concerns are cutting

  5. Henry Gyles Turner (1831-1920), banker, historian and littérateur, was born on 12 December 1831 at Kensington, London, son of William Turner, tailor of Worcester, and his wife Caroline, née Gyles.

  6. Photo Credit: YouTube Screenshot. “Jimmy Crack Corn,” also known as “Blue Tail Fly,” might be a cheery, upbeat song, but its true underlying meaning is dark. The song was originally published in the 1840s and was popular among the rise of blackface minstrelsy. “Jimmy Crack Corn” gained resurgence in the 1940s as a folk song during ...

  7. Both Stumpies and Australian Cattle Dogs are thought to be descended from two types of workng dogs developed in different parts of the country around the 1840s. Wikipedia's article includes English herding dogs (such as the Smithfield Collie, a shaggy dog that had a natural bobtail in some lines), Smooth Collies, and the native Australian dingoes.