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The Pugwash railway station, designed by sir Sanford Fleming and completed in 1892, is a registrered historic site under the Heritage Property Act of Nova Scotia.
In 1892, FTF married Jane Clyde Fleming ( 1869 – 1941 ).
Notable native-born islanders include Harry Raymond Fleming, ( 1892 – 1942 ) Canadian Member of Parliament for Humboldt, Saskatchewan.
During 1892 Trenwith was elected leader of the Victorian Labour Party, but continued to have problems at the grassroots with strong opposition from public meetings chaired by Chummy Fleming.
* John Stanton Fleming Morrison ( 1892 – 1961 ), British golf course architect
* Francis Fleming ( 1890 – 1892 )
File: Sir Sandford Fleming. jpg | Sir Sandford Fleming ( 1892 ) by John Wycliffe Lowes Forster

1892 and presented
To A Friend and Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote a play The Foresters, or Robin Hood and Maid Marian, which was presented with incidental music by Sir Arthur Sullivan in 1892.
Tensor calculus was developed around 1890 by Gregorio Ricci-Curbastro under the title absolute differential calculus, and originally presented by Ricci in 1892.
The Stanley Cup, the championship trophy of the National Hockey League, was presented to the Dominion of Canada in 1892 by Frederick Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby during his tenure as Governor General of Canada.
The term Entartung ( or " degeneracy ") had gained currency in Germany by the late 19th century when the critic and author Max Nordau devised the theory presented in his 1892 book, Entartung.
In 1892 Lady Cartier presented a marble bust of her husband to the Legislative Assembly of Quebec.
Costa and his successors presented all operas in Italian, even those originally written in French, German or English, until 1892, when Gustav Mahler presented the debut of Wagner's Ring cycle.
In January 1892 the four Western Chiefs, who had hitherto been nominally independent, were formally recognized as feudatories by the Government of India, and at a meeting held at Bawlake on 23 January of that year, they were each presented with sanads appointing them Myozas.
One prosecution witness, presented as a religious expert in Judaic rituals, was a Catholic priest, Justinas Pranaitis from Tashkent, well known for his antisemitic 1892 work Talmud Unmasked.
In 1892, the criteria for the Certificate of Merit was changed and now was presented to:
He developed the theory of gliding flight, developed a method for the manufacture of ship and plane propellers ( 1892 ), and presented a general theory for screw-propeller thrust ( 1920 ).
In 1892 he received his doctorate with his dissertation, Idee und Perzeption ( Idea and Perception ), and in 1894 he presented his habilitation thesis, Zur Lehre vom Inhalt und Gegenstand der Vorstellungen ( On the Doctrine of the Content and Object of Presentations ).
In 1892, Tretyakov presented his already famous collection of approximately 2, 000 works ( 1, 362 paintings, 526 drawings, and 9 sculptures ) to the Russian nation.
Observing the structure of Kucaj mountain and Prekonoska cave, he got the idea for his PhD thesis, which he presented in Vienna in 1892, and honorarily promoted on January 22, 1893.
In 1890, two-year classes were started and the first batch of students was presented for the F. A Examination in 1892.
George Edwardes ' musical play, In Town, often considered the first English musical comedy, was presented at the theatre in 1892 and was followed by Edwardes ' even more successful A Gaiety Girl in 1893.
From the 1860s until the Second World War, various syndicates or individual impresarios presented short seasons of opera at the Royal Opera House ( so named in 1892 ), sung in the original language, with star singers and conductors.
He founded the Jewish Colonization Association as an English society, with a capital of £ 2, 000, 000, and in 1892 he presented to it a further sum of £ 7, 000, 000.
In 1892, the English High School moved into a commodious new building on Broadway ; Rindge had presented the land to Cambridge at a cost of $ 230, 000.
In 1892, Saint-Gaudens was asked to design the official medal of the World Columbian Exposition in Chicago ; it would be presented to prizewinning exhibitors.

1892 and important
The most important American free love journal was Lucifer the Lightbearer ( 1883 – 1907 ) edited by Moses Harman and Lois Waisbrooker but also there existed Ezra Heywood and Angela Heywood's The Word ( 1872 – 1890, 1892 – 1893 ).
Lumbering, once an important industry, has been much restricted since the establishment of the State Park in 1892.
The borough is known for the Homestead Strike of 1892, an important event in the history of labor relations in the United States.
During this creative phase Baldwin travelled to France ( 1892 ) to visit the important psychologists Charcot ( at the Salpêtrière ), Hippolyte Bernheim ( at Nancy ), and Pierre Janet.
The results of these travels were published in several important works: Inscriptiones Hispaniae Latinae ( 1869, supplement 1892 ), I. H.
Other important nineteenth century buildings include the Post Office ( 1892 ), the Supreme Court House ( 1888 ), and St Joseph's Cathedral ( 1892 ).
The most important American free love journal was Lucifer the Lightbearer ( 1883 – 1907 ) edited by Moses Harman and Lois Waisbrooker but also there existed Ezra Heywood and Angela Heywood's The Word ( 1872 – 1890, 1892 – 1893 ).
Writing in 1911, the anonymous author of Vinogradoff's biography in the Encyclopædia Britannica thought that Vinogradoff's Villainage in England ( 1892 ) is perhaps the most important book written on the peasantry of the feudal age and the village community in England ; it can only be compared for value with FW Maitland's Domesday Book and Beyond.
In the late 19th and early 20th century, Gollnow became an important railroad junction, when it was connected to Neudamm and Naugard in 1882, to Kammin and Wollin in 1892, and to Massow in 1903.
Djuna Barnes ( June 12, 1892 – June 18, 1982 ) was an American writer who played an important part in the development of 20th century English language modernist writing and was one of the key figures in 1920s and 30s bohemian Paris after filling a similar role in the Greenwich Village of the teens.
Wells ’ 1892 speech, Southern Horrors: Lynch Law in All Its Phases is important as a historical document and as the initiating event in what became a social movement ; as a rhetorical work, it is significant in three respects.
Founded in 1892 by Tomás Mason, Santa Rosa did not develop into a relatively important agricultural centre until the second half of the 20th century.
He illustrated many important bird books, including Buller's A History of the Birds of New Zealand ( 1873, 1888 ), William Vincent Legge's History of the Birds of Ceylon ( 1880 ), Daniel Giraud Elliot's Monograph of the Bucerotidae ( hornbills ) ( 1887 – 1892 ), Richard Bowdler Sharpe's Monograph of the Alcedinidae ( kingfishers ) ( 1868 – 1871 ), Henry Seebohm's Monograph of the Turdidae ( thrushes ) ( 1902 ), Osbert Salvin's Biologia Centrali-Americana ( 1879 – 1904 ), Edgar Leopold Layard's Birds of South Africa ( 1887 ) and Henry Eeles Dresser's History of the Birds of Europe ( 1871 – 1896 ), and a single illustration in The Journal of the Linnean Society.
Among other important works he painted " Faustina in the Temple of Juno at Praeneste ", " The Witches Sleep " ( 1888 ), " The Judgment of Paris ", " The Happy Sister ", " Temptation " ( 1892 ), " Autumn " ( 1893 ), " An Adventure " ( 1896 ), and " The Crucifixion ".
Antonio de Torres Jurado ( Almería, Andalucía 13 June 1817 – 19 November 1892 ) was a Spanish guitarist and luthier, and " the most important Spanish guitar maker of the 19th century.
Roberto Farinacci ( October 16, 1892 — April 28, 1945 ) was a leading Italian Fascist politician, and important member of the National Fascist Party ( PNF ) before and during World War II, and one of its ardent anti-Semitic proponents.
Rafael Hernández ( October 24, 1892 – December 11, 1965 ), was one of the most important composers of Puerto Rican popular music during the 20th century.
After serving as an important base in the Indian Wars, Fort Randall closed in 1892.
Among his important works on Slavonic law were Codex juris bohemici ( 11 parts, 1867 – 1892 ), and a Collection of Slav Folk-Law ( Czech, 1880 ), Slav Law in Bohemia and Moravia down to the 19th Century ( Czech, 3 vols.
The most important American free love journal was Lucifer the Lightbearer ( 1883 – 1907 ) edited by Moses Harman and Lois Waisbrooker, but also there existed Ezra Heywood and Angela Heywood's The Word ( 1872 – 1890, 1892 – 1893 ).
His more important publications were Lectures on Human Society ( 1860 ); Memorials of a Quiet Life ( 1874 ); and The Golden Rule applied to Business and Social Conditions ( 1892 ).
Though completely overshadowed by Tom Richardson, the mere fact of missing the good wickets in May and June caused Lohmann to actually beat Richardson in the averages, though his batting ( seen as an important part of his county cricket up to 1892 ) was completely insignificant.
The Polish Socialist Party (, PPS ) was one of the most important Polish left-wing political parties from its inception in 1892 until 1948.

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