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1830s in the United States
1837 Great Plains smallpox epidemic The 1837 Great Plains smallpox epidemic was believed to have begun in the spring of 1837 when a deckhand became ill aboard an American Fur Company steamboat, the S.S. St. Peter.
1837-1838 smallpox epidemic The smallpox epidemic that ravaged the people of the Great Plains in 1837 and 1838 was believed to have begun in spring of 1837 when a deckhand became ill aboard an American Fur Company steamboa...
1837–1838 smallpox epidemic The smallpox epidemic that ravaged the people of the Great Plains in 1837 and 1838 was believed to have begun in spring of 1837 when a deckhand became ill aboard an American Fur Company steamboa...
Aroostook War The Aroostook War (sometimes called the Pork and Beans War) was a confrontation in 1838–1839 between the United States and the British over the international boundary between the British c...
Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society The Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society (1833–1840) was an abolitionist, interracial organization in Boston, Massachusetts, in the mid-19th century.
Cherokee removal Cherokee removal, part of the Trail of Tears, refers to the forced relocation between 1836 and 1839 of the Cherokee Nation from their lands in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee,...
Creek War of 1836 The Creek War of 1836 was a conflict fought between the Muscogee Creek people and non-Native land speculators and squatters in Alabama in 1836.
Harding's Gallery (Boston) Harding's Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts, exhibited works by European and American artists in the 1830s-1840s. The building on School Street also housed a newspaper press; the Mercantile Library Association; the Boston Artists' Association; and artists' studios.
Illinois-Indiana State Line Boundary Marker The Illinois-Indiana State Line Boundary Marker is a sandstone boundary marker obelisk located near the end of Chicago's Avenue G, just west of the State Line Generating Plant of Hammond, Indiana.
Ladies' Magazine The Ladies' Magazine, an early magazine for women, was published in Boston, Massachusetts.
Life of Joseph Smith from 1831 to 1834 The life of Joseph Smith, Jr. from 1831 to 1834 covers the period of time from when Smith moved with his family to Kirtland, Ohio in 1831, to his return from Zion's Camp in 1834.
Life of Joseph Smith, Jr. from 1831 to 1834 The life of Joseph Smith, Jr. from 1831 to 1834 covers the period of time from when Smith moved with his family to Kirtland, Ohio in 1831, to his return from Zion's Camp in 1834.
Locofocos The Locofocos were a faction of the Democratic Party that existed from 1835 until the mid-1840s.
New-England Museum (Boston) The New-England Museum (1818 - ca.1838) in Boston, Massachusetts, was established at 76 Court Street by Ethan A. Greenwood, Peter B. Bazin, John Dwight and Samuel Jackson.
Pendleton's Lithography Pendleton's Lithography (1825-1836) was a lithographic print studio in 19th-century Boston, Massachusetts, established by brothers William S. Pendleton (1795-1879) and John B. Pendleton (1798-1866).
Republic of Indian Stream The Republic of Indian Stream was a small, unrecognized, constitutional republic in North America, along the section of the US–Canada border that divides the Canadian province of Quebec from the...
Temple School, Boston (1830s) The Temple School in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, was established by Bronson Alcott in 1834, and featured a teaching style based on conversation.
The Token and Atlantic Souvenir The Token (1829–1842) was an annual, illustrated gift book, containing stories, poems and other light and entertaining reading.