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From the 1830s and 1840s, Prussia, Saxony, and other states reorganized agriculture, introducing sugar beets, turnips, and potatoes, yielding a higher level of food production that enabled a surplus rural population to move to industrial areas.
From the 1830s and 1840s, Prussia, Saxony, and other states reorganized agriculture.
From 1930 to 1931 the US Army Corp of Engineers survey team of 300 men, surveyed the route of any future canal, called the Forty-Niners route because it followed closely the route that miners took in the 1840s California Gold Rush.
From the mid 1840s until 1860, Jackson Hole and the Teton Range were generally devoid of all but the small populations of Native American tribes that had already been there.
From the 1810s until the 1840s, modern-day Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and western Montana, along with most of British Columbia, were part of what the United States called the Oregon Country and Britain called the Columbia District.
From the end of the 1840s, the introduction of steam power brought less dependence on the wind in battle and led to the construction of screw-driven but wooden-hulled ships of the line ; a number of pure sail-driven ships were converted to this propulsion mechanism.
From the 1840s to the 1870s, the town almost tripled in size, from its original six acres to more than sixteen acres.
From the 1840s to the Civil War, Muscatine had Iowa's largest black community, consisting of fugitive slaves from the South and free blacks who had migrated from the eastern states.
From the 1840s until the 1850s, Bellevue prospered.
From the arrival of the first railroads in the late 1840s until rail diminished in importance in the 1960s due to the Interstate Highway System, White River Junction was the most important railroad community in Vermont.
From the late 1840s into the 1870s Texas stockmen drove their beef cattle over southern Arizona on the Texas-California trail.
From the 1840s, following the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi and the assumption of British sovereignty, large numbers of Europeans began to settle permanently in New Zealand.
From Petitions to Partyism: Antislavery and the Domestication of Maine Politics in the 1840s and 1850s.
From the 1840s on a series of prayer-books was published in Livorno, including Tefillat ha-Ḥodesh, Bet Obed and Zechor le-Abraham.
From the 1840s to as late as the 1990s there have been many reportings of the " Ridgeway Ghost.
From the 1840s through the 1860s it was the dominant Whig Party and then Republican newspaper in the U. S. Its editorials were widely read and helped shape national opinion.
From the 1840s, he lectured on race and abolitionism and wrote numerous articles to refute racist ideas about black capacities.
From the early 1840s until the outbreak of the Civil War, the cost of slaves had been rising steadily.
From the 1840s onwards, Linslade grew steadily, although dipping during the Wars.
From the 1840s through the 1860s hundreds of thousands of emigrants made their way west along the Oregon, California and Mormon emigration trails.
From the 1840s to the 1860s Dubois took part in many matches against the top players of Europe and it was rare for him to lose, even when he gave odds of the move and a pawn to his opponents.
From the 1760s to the 1840s, the seignory was owned by the Dumont and Lefebvre de Bellefeuille families, living in the town of Saint-Eustache, to the south.
From the 1840s and throughout the following one hundred years, religious orders for both men and women proliferated in the UK and the United States, as well as in various countries of Africa, Asia, Canada, India and the Pacific.
From the 1840s, hydropathics were established across Britain.

From and 1913
From a population of 41 million people in 1871, it grew to 68 million in 1913.
From 1913 onwards parts of her collection were open to the public ; until the mid 1930s her exhibition hall in The Hague was one of the very rare places where one could see more than a few works of modern art.
* Article Motala From Nordisk familjebok, 1913
From 1896 to 1913 Lowry was assistant to Armstrong, and between 1904 and 1913 worked as Lecturer in Chemistry at the Westminster Training College.
From 1913, the synod permitted that " the churches in Besserabia use the Romanian language ".
From 1908 to 1913 the Deutz Gasmotoren Fabrik produced benzene electric trainsets ( Hybrid ) which used a V6 as generator-engine.
From 1890 to 1913, traditional viziers were appointed to govern as puppets, switching to a system of British residents ( effectively governors ) from 1913 to 1963.
From 1913 through the mid-1930s, the IWW's Marine Transport Workers Industrial Union ( MTWIU ), proved a force to be reckoned with and competed with AFL unions for ascendance in the industry.
From 1912 to 1913 he was dean of this faculty.
From " Dante and the Early Astronomers " by M. A. Orr, 1913.
From 1897 onwards the latter group staged many rebellions, the most famous one being led by Luo Fuxing ( 羅福星 ), who was arrested and executed along with two hundred of his comrades in 1913.
From Montana's temperature to the highest temperature ever recorded in the U. S .— in Death Valley, California, in 1913 — many parts of the country experience seasonal temperature extremes.
From 1910 – 1913 he studied in Vilnius at the Vilna Academy of Fine Arts.
* Lost Diaries: From the Diary of Emperor Titus ( 1913 ), an English novel by Maurice Baring
From 1906 to 1913, Gorky lived on the island of Capri, partly for health reasons and partly to escape the increasingly repressive atmosphere in Russia.
From 1910 to 1913 he studied at the technical military academy in Mödling in Lower Austria ( Niederösterreich ) near Vienna and graduated as an engineers second lieutenant.
From 1912 to 1913, Chen, with the assistance of Luo Jialun ( 羅家倫 ) and Fu Sinian ( 傅斯年 ), published a paper named Xinchao She ( 新潮社 ).
From 1807 to 1913 the county went through numerous boundary changes.
From about 1900 to 1910 there had been a high school at Grandin, but by 1913 there were no high schools in Carter County.
From 1910 to 1931 he was chairman of The Hague branch of the Social Democratic Workers ' Party and between 1913 and 1941 a member of the Municipal Council of The Hague.
From 1913 to 1915 Picabia traveled to New York City several times and took active part in the avant-garde movements, introducing Modern art to America.
From 1913 through the 1950s, the Ward-Stilson Company was one of the country's largest producers of uniforms, regalia, furniture and props for the Freemasons, the Odd Fellows and dozens of other U. S. fraternal organizations.

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