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From 1898 to 1901, a secret society of Polish students seeking to restore Polish independence operated in the city, but the activists were tried by German courts in 1901, frustrating their efforts.
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From 1750 to 1898 the Chief Magistrate was the administrating official for the dependency, appointed by the Jamaican governor.
From 1898 American producer Charles Urban expanded the London-based Warwick Trading Company to produce British films, mostly documentary and news.
From 1809 to 1898, a period called Pax Russica, Finnish-Russian relations had been exceptionally peaceful and stable compared with other parts of the Russian Empire.
However, Michael Montgomery, in From Ulster to America: The Scotch-Irish Heritage of American English, states " In Ulster in recent years it has sometimes been supposed that it was coined to refer to followers of King William III and brought to America by early Ulster emigrants …, but this derivation is almost certainly incorrect … In America hillbilly was first attested only in 1898, which suggests a later, independent development.
From 1898 to 2001, areas with county councils were known as administrative counties while the counties corporate were designated as county boroughs.
* Frankel, Richard E. " From the Beer Halls to the Halls of Power: The Cult of Bismarck and the Legitimization of a New German Right, 1898 – 1945 ," German Studies Review, Vol.
From 1898, national Esperanto associations were found in several countries, with the French one being the first.
From the 16th century through 1898, there were about 16 military campaigns against the sultans five of these resulting in a short occupation, except for the last one.
From 1898 until 1907, Bussum housed the first Dutch socialist colony after the example of Thoreau's Walden, set up by the writer and psychiatrist Frederik van Eeden.
From 1898 onwards he was a columnist for the Yorozu Chōhō ( Everything Morning News ), one of the more radical daily papers of the time ; however, he resigned that position when the paper switched to a pro-war stance in October 1903 in the build up to the Russo-Japanese War.
From 1898 to 1905 Adolf Hitler lived in Leonding where he attended the local primary school and later a grammar school in nearby Linz.
From 1898 ( on the resignation of Gabriel Pierné ) to 1939, Tournemire served as the organiste titulaire at Franck's old church, the Basilique Ste-Clotilde, Paris.
From 1894 to 1898 Raymond Duchamp-Villon lived in the Montmartre Quarter of Paris with his brother Jacques and studied medicine at the Sorbonne.
* H. Duveyrier, La Confrèrie musulmane de Sidi Mohammed ben Au es Senoussi ( Paris, 1884 ), a book containing much exaggeration, and A. Silva White, From Sphinx to Oracle ( London, 1898 ), which, while repeating the extreme views of Duveyrier, contains useful information.
From 1898, like many bicycle manufacturers they began experimenting by adding small petrol-engines to their heavier bicycle frames.
From 1885 to 1886 Ramsay held the newly created Lincoln and Merton professorship of classical archaeology and art at Oxford and became a fellow of Lincoln College ( honorary fellow 1898 ).
1898 political cartoon: " Ten Thousand Miles From Tip to Tip " meaning the extension of U. S. domination ( symbolized by a bald eagle ) from Puerto Rico to the Philippines.
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From 1901 forward, public attention was turned from the shrewd business acumen which had enabled Carnegie to accumulate such a fortune, to the public-spirited way in which he devoted himself to utilizing it on philanthropic projects.
From Logical Investigations ( 1900 / 1901 ) to Experience and Judgment ( published in 1939 ), Husserl expressed clearly the difference between meaning and object.
* The Nobel Prize Biography on Shaw, From Nobel Lectures, Literature 1901 – 1967, Editor Horst Frenz, Elsevier Publishing Company, Amsterdam, ( 1969 ).
From 1830 until 1901, the role of overseeing weights and measures was carried out by the Office of Standard Weights and Measures, which was part of the U. S. Treasury Department.
From this skull, the okapi was correctly classified as a relative of the giraffe ; in 1901, the species was formally recognized as Okapia johnstoni.
From the 1880s, until after Federation in 1901, Victorian politics were dominated by Protectionist Liberals, who were opposed by Free Trade Conservatives.
From 1901 to 1903, Taft served as the first civilian Governor-General of the Philippines, a position in which he was very popular with both Americans and Filipinos.
From left, clockwise: The Wright brothers achieve the first manned flight by airplane, in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina | Kitty Hawk in 1903 ; U. S. President William McKinley is William McKinley assassination | assassinated in 1901 by Leon Czolgosz at the Pan-American Exposition ; An 1906 San Francisco earthquake | earthquake on the San Andreas Fault destroys much of San Francisco, killing at least 3, 000 in 1906 ; United States | America gains control over the Philippines in 1902, after the Philippine – American War ; Rock being moved to construct the Panama Canal ; Admiral Heihachiro Togo | Togo before the Battle of Tsushima in 1905, part of the Russo-Japanese War, leading to Japanese victory and their establishment as a great power.
In addition to his contributions in education, Washington wrote 14 books ; his autobiography, Up From Slavery, first published in 1901, is still widely read today.
When Washington's autobiography, Up From Slavery, was published in 1901, it became a bestseller and had a major impact on the African American community, its friends and allies.
* Dr Henry Wilkinson, Bermuda From Sail To Steam: The History Of The Island From 1784 to 1901, Oxford University Press, Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, UK OX2 6DP.
From 1830 until 1901, the responsibility of overseeing weights and measures was carried out by the Office of Standard Weights and Measures, which was part of the U. S. Treasury Department.
* From 1901 to 1924, the romantic novelist Marie Corelli, real name Minnie Mackay, daughter of Charles Mackay, made her home, with her companion Miss Vyver, at Mason's Croft, Church Street, Stratford.
* Bermuda From Sail To Steam: The History Of The Island From 1784 to 1901, Dr. Henry Wilkinson, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-215932-1
From 1901 to 1908, Luigi Cavenaghi first completed a careful study of the structure of the painting, then began cleaning it.
From a small base of just under 2, 700 residents recorded in the 1851 census, the population grew by a minimum of 60 per cent each decade up to 1901 increasing fifteenfold in fifty years.