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  1. Brumidi created a sketch for the Rotunda frieze in 1859 but was not authorized to begin work until 1877. After enlarging the sketches for the first scenes, Brumidi began painting the frieze in 1878, at the age of 73. His design traces America's history from the landing of Columbus to the discovery of gold in California.

  2. African-American history began with the arrival of Africans to North America in the 16th and 17th centuries. ... only ending for good in 1859.

  3. Beyond this Irish nationalist context, the Wild Beast image also needs to be interpreted with reference to the larger history of racism in American history. The form of prejudice on display here flourished from about 1845 to 1880, the period when Irish global migration reached its peak and Charles Darwin published The Origin of Species (1859).

  4. John Dewey, (born October 20, 1859, Burlington, Vermont, U.S.—died June 1, 1952, New York, New York), American philosopher and educator who was a cofounder of the philosophical movement known as pragmatism, a pioneer in functional psychology, an innovative theorist of democracy, and a leader of the progressive movement in education in the United States.

  5. On the evening of October 16, 1859 John Brown, a staunch abolitionist, and a group of his supporters left their farmhouse hide-out en route to Harpers Ferry. Descending upon the town in the early hours of October 17th, Brown and his men captured prominent citizens and seized the federal armory and arsenal.

  6. fr.wikipedia.org › wiki › 18591859 — Wikipédia

    Articles détaillés : 1858 en Belgique, 1859 en France, 1859 en Italie, 1859 en Suisse et Campagne d'Italie (1859). Armes de la Valachie et de la Moldavie réunies. L’ Empire d'Autriche , qui redoute la fondation d’une Grande Roumanie rassemblant les Roumains de Transylvanie , du Banat et de Bucovine , alors sous sa domination, s’oppose à l’union de la Valachie et de la Moldavie.

  7. American serial killer, rapist, and burglar, Richard Ramirez terrorised the people of California, primarily Los Angeles, between 1984 and 1985 before being eventually captured by the police. The brutal criminal, also known as Night Stalker, was finally found guilty of 43 charges, including 13 murders and was sentenced to death.