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A polarizing figure who dominated the Second Party System in the 1820s and 1830s, as president he dismantled the Second Bank of the United States and initiated ethnic cleansing and forced relocation of Native American tribes from the Southeast to west of the Mississippi River.
This suppression and the success of independence movements in the former Spanish colonies on the North American mainland led to a rise of Cuban nationalism, and a number of independence conspiracies took place during the 1820s and 1830s, but all failed.
Though the religion quickly gained a large following of Christian seekers, in the 1830s, many American Christians came to view the church's early doctrines and practices as politically and culturally subversive, as well as doctrinally heretical, abominable, and condemnable.
In 1835, the English poet William Wordsworth described the Lake District as a The painter George Catlin, in his travels through the American West, wrote during the 1830s that the Native Americans in the United States might be preserved
For example, the tune ' Austria ' ( originally Haydn's ' Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser ') is associated today with the hymn ' Glorious things of thee are spoken ', just as ' New Britain ' an American folk melody, believed to be Scottish or Irish in origin ; has since the 1830s been associated with ' Amazing grace '.
In the 1830s and 1840s, physical anthropology was prominent in the debate about slavery, with the scientific, monogenist works of the British abolitionist James Cowles Prichard ( 1786 – 1848 ) opposing those of the American polygenist Samuel George Morton ( 1799 – 1851 ).
In the late 1830s the Hudson's Bay Company instituted a policy intended to destroy or weaken the American fur trade companies.
Thomas H. Gallaudet, the director of the American Asylum at Hartford in the 1830s.
Strickland would go on to design many other American public buildings in this style, including financial structures such as the New Orleans, Dahlonega, Mechanics National Bank ( also in Philadelphia ) and Charlotte branch mints in the mid-to-late 1830s, as well as the second building for the main U. S. Mint in Philadelphia in 1833.
The Grimké sisters published their views against slavery in the late 1830s, and they began speaking to mixed gatherings of men and women for Garrison's American Anti-Slavery Society, as did Abby Kelley.
The Siskiyou Trail was based on Native American footpaths, was expanded by Hudson's Bay Company trappers in the 1830s, and was expanded still further by " Forty-Niners " during the California Gold Rush.
American settlement began in present-day Harrison County during the 1830s.
A part of the 1808 Osage Native American land cession, the county was settled in the early 1830s by pioneers from Kentucky and Tennessee.
By the 1830s Demopolis had developed into a regional commercial river hub, attracting American and European-born craftsmen and merchants including the Beysiegle, Breitling, Breton, Dupertuis, Foster, Hummell, Kirker, Knapp, Marx, Michael, Mulligan, Oberling, Rhodes, Rudisill, Rosenbaum, Schmidt, Shahan, Stallings, and Zaiser families.
It also houses a small museum which used to be the Hypolite Du Puis house, the Henry Hastings Sibley house, the Faribault house, and buildings associated with the American Fur Company, all dating from the 1830s.
As a pioneer in the American silk industry, Economy became known as the American silk center in the 1830s and 1840s.
The first such cars saw sporadic use on American railroads in the 1830s and could be configured for coach seating during the day.
In England in the 1830s, when the word first entered the lexicon, it was also used in other contexts as an emphasized form of total ; a comparable American English locution would be " total with a capital T " ( an instance of the " with a capital letter " snowclone ).
The earliest of these camps may have been those set up in the United States for Cherokee and other Native Americans in the 1830s ; however, the term originated in the reconcentrados ( reconcentration camps ) set up by the Spanish military in Cuba during the Ten Years ' War ( 1868 – 1878 ) and by the United States during the Philippine – American War ( 1899 – 1902 ).
In the 1830s and 1840s, it was at the core of the rise of an American music industry, and for several decades it provided the lens through which white America saw black America.
Hundreds of barge loads of goods were shipped each year along the Rideau, allowing Montreal to compete commercially in the 1830s and 40s with New York ( which had the Erie Canal ) as a major North American port.
The fortunes of American Freemasonry declined sharply following the Morgan Affair, only to rebound as the force of the Anti-Masonic movement sputtered out in the mid 1830s.

1830s and stage
In the 1830s Sweeney became the first white man to play the banjo on stage.
His opera Artaxerxes ( 1762 ) was the first attempt to set a full-blown opera seria in English and was a huge success, holding the stage until the 1830s.
In the 1830s, brothers Barlow and Madison Fisk built the Sparta Rock House, which served as an inn along the stage road.
They were also responsible for making fashionable the ' box set ', which Lucia Elizabeth Vestris had first used at the Olympic Theatre in the 1830s – this consisted of rooms on stage which were dressed with sofas, curtains, chairs, and carpets on the stage floor.
His opera Artaxerxes ( 1762 ) was the first attempt to set a full-blown opera seria in English and was a huge success, holding the stage until the 1830s.
He appeared occasionally on stage during the early 1830s, but his act was restricted by his worsening physical disabilities.
Coaching inns served passengers from the stage coaches which were the main means of long-distance passenger transport before railways began to develop in the 1830s.
Moriani and Strepponi frequently shared the stage together during the late 1830s and early 1840s, often appearing opposite each other in operas by Donizetti and Bellini.
Langner remodeled a 1830s tannery with a Broadway-quality stage.

1830s and where
In the 1830s and 1840s a new development took place with the Permanent Building Society, where the society continued on a rolling basis, continually taking in new members as earlier ones completed purchases, such as Leek United Building Society.
The supporters of these views feel that the Afrikaner designation ( or label ) was used from the 1930s onwards as a means of unifying ( politically at least ) the white Afrikaans speakers of the Western Cape with those of Trekboer and Voortrekker descent ( whose ancestors began migrating eastward during the late 17th century and throughout the 18th century and later northward during the Great Trek of the 1830s ) in the north of South Africa, where the Boer Republics were established.
The main body of the church moved first to Kirtland, Ohio in the early 1830s, then to Missouri in 1838, where the 1838 Mormon War with other Missouri settlers ensued, culminating in adherents being expelled from the state under Missouri Executive Order 44 signed by the governor of Missouri.
In this case, the authorities were tricked into going to the regular train station in an attempt to intercept the runaways, while Still was able to meet them at the correct station and guide them to safety, where they eventually escaped either to the North or to British North America, where slavery had been abolished during the 1830s.
Since the 1830s, most descendants of the Mahican are located in Shawano County, Wisconsin, where they formed the federally recognized Stockbridge-Munsee Community with Lenape people and have a reservation.
In the 1820s and 1830s, most of the Stockbridge Indians moved to Shawano County, Wisconsin, where they were promised land by the US government under the policy of Indian removal.
They transferred the staff and records to the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, where they had removed in the 1830s.
According to the reminiscences of Isaac Odell, a former minstrel who described the development of the genre in an interview given in 1907, Rice appeared onstage at Louisville, Kentucky, in the 1830s and learned there to mimic local black speech: " Coming to New York he opened up at the old Park Theatre, where he introduced his Jim Crow act, impersonating a negro slave.
This was not the original meeting point of the Grand Junction and Oxford Canals: the junction was moved in the course of improvements to the Oxford Canal in the 1830s, prior to which the junction was near where the marina is today, and where a third Horseley Ironworks bridge can be seen.
In the 1830s, he attended the Rugby School in Rugby, Warwickshire, where he was greatly influenced by the school's progressive headmaster, Thomas Arnold.
The term is thought to have been coined in New York City, where it was in use by the 1830s to refer to the original town at the southern tip of the island of Manhattan.
As a consequence of the Indian Removal Act, in the 1830s the Illinois were relocated from where they had migrated to eastern Kansas to northeastern Indian Territory.
Notable among these were Famous products of the provinces ( Sankai meisan zukushi, c. 1828-30 )— where he incorporated Western shading and perspective and pigments — and Famous views of the Eastern capital in the early 1830s, which was certainly influenced by Hokusai ’ s 1831 Thirty-six views of Mt.
The origin of the term is to be found in the social and economic world of Italian opera, where from the mid-18th century to the 1830s, the impresario was the key figure in the organization of a lyric season.
The original Elizabethan house where Charles I was imprisoned in 1647 and Charles II took refuge before fleeing abroad was gutted by fire in the 1830s and the present red brick Tudor style mansion was built in 1863.
They used the popular flute and piccolo designs of the 1830s, where " cone " flutes were the rage and most common.
He also pursued plans in the 1830s to develop cotton mills in the Piedmont of Georgia, where he founded what became Roswell, Georgia in 1839.
A road was formed along the southern boundary of the cemetery in the first half of the 1830s and was called Devonshire Street The Devonshire Street cemetery, where many of the early settlers were buried, was later moved to build the Sydney railway terminus.
Promoted to Vice-Admiral, he again served in the Baltic Fleet in 1830s, and from 1839 he was the military governor of Kronstadt, where he died.
John Taylor and his brothers, William and George, had purchased the site in the Don Valley in the 1830s where they established a paper mill.
From the early 1830s until 1846, the river bore various commodities from upstream to a busy port at St. Joseph, where they were loaded onto lake boats for shipment to Chicago and elsewhere.

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