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boy scouts history timeline

boy scouts history timeline On January 24, 1908, the Boy Scouts movement begins in England with the publication of the first installment of Robert Baden-Powell’s Scouting for Boys. The name Baden-Powell was already well known to many English boys, and thousands of them eagerly bought up the handbook. By the end of April, the serialization […]

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philippines history timeline

philippines history timeline ● 1899 – Treaty of Paris ends Spanish-American War, cedes Philippines to U.S. after payment to Spain by U.S. of $ 20 million. Emilio Aguinaldo declares independence then leads a guerrilla war against U.S. ● 1965 – Ferdinand E. Marcos is elected by a big majority as president. The Treaty of Paris […]

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audi history timeline

audi history timeline It’s one of the most multi-faceted stories ever told in the history of the automobile. The Audi emblem with its four rings identifies one of Germany’s oldest-established automobile manufacturers. It symbolizes the amalgamation in 1932 of four previously independent motor-vehicle manufacturers: Audi, DKW, Horch and Wanderer. These companies form the roots of […]

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the bahamas history timeline

the bahamas history timeline 1996 – Ingraham reinstates the death penalty for murder. 1834 – Emancipation of slaves. Rogers controlled Nassau, but Charles Vane was loose and threatening to drive the governor and his forces out. Learning that the King of Spain wanted to expel English from the islands, Rogers worked to improve the defenses […]

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history of stem cells timeline

history of stem cells timeline Aug. 9, 2001 — President George W. Bush signs an order authorizing the use of federal funds for research on a limited number of existing human embryonic stem cell lines. (Click here for the President’s remarks.) Scientists fear several of these available lines are now too old for research. March […]

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ford history timeline of cars

ford history timeline of cars Model Ts stand ready for delivery in 1925. Bettmann/Corbis hide caption April 18, 1993 : Ford begins production of the Flexible-Fuel Vehicle (FFV) Taurus. FFVs can burn gasoline, ethanol or mixtures of the two. Despite the fact that there are an estimated 5 million FFVs, there are only about 500 […]

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history of interior design timeline

history of interior design timeline Shaker was a religious sect founded in England in the late 1700’s. The Shaker’s design philosophy was one of necessity and usefulness. Learn about the Edwardian Period where colors were fresh and light, creating an informal feel. 1940s; developments were few and far between in this period, due to the […]

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scandinavian history timeline

scandinavian history timeline The Goths are converted to Arian Christianity. King Theodoric the Great, later a prominent hero in Germanic tales, rules in Rome until his death. Industrialization of Sweden experienced a boom during the First World War. The construction of a railway connecting southern Sweden and the northern mines was of primary importance. The […]

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sioux indian history timeline

sioux indian history timeline George S. Mickelson, South Dakota Governor, and several representative of the nine tribal governments in the state announce 1990 as a Year of Reconciliation. In 1991, a Century of Reconciliation is declared. June 25, General Custer attacked an Indian settlement. Sitting Bull, Gall, Crazy Horse, and many Cheyenne leaders defeated Custer […]

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