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arkansas state history timeline

arkansas state history timeline Initially Arkansas was part of the Mississippi Territory with the Arkansas Post as the capital. In 1819, it became a separate territory and a new capital was established at Little Rock in 1821. The territory continued to grow and on June 15, 1836 it was admitted into the Union as the […]

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amway history timeline

amway history timeline Nutrilite is the world’s leading brand of vitamins, minerals, and dietary supplements. Sales literature states, “Nutrilite is the only global vitamin and mineral brand to develop safe and effective supplements made from whole plant concentrate – known as phytonutrients – grown, harvested and processed on its own certified organic farms, setting it […]

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u.s.stock market history timeline

u.s.stock market history timeline The earliest recorded organization of securities trading in New York among brokers directly dealing with each other can be traced to the Buttonwood Agreement. Previously, securities exchange had been intermediated by the auctioneers, who also conducted more mundane auctions of commodities such as wheat and tobacco. [11] On May 17, 1792, […]

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skateboard history timeline

skateboard history timeline 1960 – The early 60s brings the first manufactured skateboard and it allows more to join in the sport. Bill Richard, a surf shop owner in California, made a deal with the Chicago Roller Skate Company to produce sets of skate wheels. They then attached the wheels to square wooden boards. This […]

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western art history timeline

western art history timeline Impressionism – 1860 – 1890, France American Impressionism 1880, United States Cos Cob Art Colony 1890s, United States Heidelberg School late 1880s, Australia Luminism (Impressionism) Arts and Crafts movement – 1880 – 1910, United Kingdom Tonalism – 1880 – 1920, United States Symbolism (arts) – 1880 – 1910, France/Belgium Russian Symbolism […]

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bicycle history timeline

bicycle history timeline 1972 Bicycles outsell cars in the United States –13 million to 11 million; bicycle thefts account for 17% of all larcenies in the U.S. 1889 Pneumatic rubber tires invented. In addition to influences derived from the evolution of American bicycling trends, European, Asian and African cyclists have also continued to use traditional […]

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electricity history timeline

electricity history timeline 1780: Luigi Galvani’s dead frog’s legs An Italian called Luigi Galvani discovered that when he touched a dead frog’s leg with a knife, it twitched violently. Alessandro Volta later showed that this was because electricity is created when moisture (from the frog) comes between two different types of metal (the steel knife […]

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digital art history timeline

digital art history timeline Ben Laposky, ‘Oscillon 40’, 1952. Museum no. E.958-2008. Given by the American Friends of the V&A through the generosity of Patric Prince Open daily from 10:00 to 17:45 Generative Computer-Grafik, by Georg Nees, published (first doctoral dissertation on computer art, submitted to Universität Stuttgart, supervised by Max Bense) (Germany) Poem Field […]

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lithuanian history timeline

lithuanian history timeline 1386 Jogaila becomes King of Poland and accepts Christianity 1920 Russia recognises Lithuanian independence 1991 February – Referendum sees overwhelming vote in favour of independence. 2004 June – Valdas Adamkus re-elected president. A chronology of key events: VisitLithuania ™ Travel Network :: TRAVEL/TOUR PACKAGES || CAR RENT/TRANSFERS || AIR || CONFERENCE/INCENTIVES VisitLithuania […]

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