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  1. 23/03/2015 · 1895–1905: When the American Empire Was Born 1895–1905: ... He remembers that the history of success is the history of minorities. Rollo Ogden (1856–1937) ...

  2. About the history of the United States in 1895, the Gibson Girl pin-up, a country at peace too long, biography of Francis Schlatter, American Bowling Congress created, Red Badge of Courage published. 1895 -American men got a new pin-up queen, the Gibson Girl, drawn by Charles Dana Gibson for major magazines.

  3. 18/10/2012 · U.S. History Timeline 1865-1895 1. 1865-1895 Timeline Ashley Jenkins 2. 1850 1862 1864 1867 The Bessemer The Homestead Act When the Cheyenne Oliver Kelley started Process is cheap was a law enacted returned to the Patrons of and efficient process that provided 160 Colorado’s Sand Husbandry, an for making steel acres in the West to Creek Reserve for organization for which was any citizen who ...

  4. History of the United States (1849–1865) In the United States the period 1849 and 1865 was dominated by the Origins of the American Civil War between North and South, and the bloody fighting in 1861-1865 that produced Northern victory in the war and ended slavery. At the same time industrialization and the transportation revolution changed ...

  5. King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella order Columbus to leave Americas 1500 King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella are unhappy with the way that Columbus is running his new founded colony. As a result, they order him to return to Spain. ROANOKE 1585 IN 1585, A group was sent to colonize Roanoke, a tiny island in the Americas.

  6. 10/08/2015 · The 1890s brought the end of the Nineteenth Century, and ushered in the 1900s, which would prove to be a century of great change. The list below is certainly not inclusive of all that happened during the decade of the 1890's but rather a list of the highlights. President Grover Cleveland U.S. Presidents: 1889 - 1893 Benjamin Harrison

  7. The U.S. easily defeated Spain in 1898, which unexpectedly brought a small empire. Cuba quickly was given independence, as well as the Philippines (in 1946). Puerto Rico (and some smaller islands) became permanent U.S. territories, as did Alaska (added by purchase in 1867).