Some articles on nineteenth century, nineteenth, century:
... American Nineteenth Century History 2003 4(3) 29-60 ... Godkin, and the Liberal Republicans of 1872" American Nineteenth Century History 2001 2(1) 53-74 ... Horace Greeley, Nineteenth-Century Crusader (1953) online edition ...
... The parish priest of Strzepcz did not want to rebuild the Sianowo church ... However, The Madonna was shown to a woman who prophesied that it was absolutely necessary to rebuild the church, and that doing otherwise would lead to bad luck ...
... by the Orzyc River initially settled in the early nineteenth century on the estate of Kazimierz Krasiński ... It remained part of the Krasiński and Wawrzyńca estate until late in the nineteenth century ... In 1827 the settlement had 81 residents, and, by the middle of the nineteenth center, the village contained a dozen homes ...
... Between the tenth and the twelfth century the political situation seems to have become calmer and the impact of epidemics reduced ... According to the nineteenth century historian Auguste Digot, life became easier in the villages of Lorraine during this time ("une certaine aisance règna dans les villages de Lorraine") ... By the middle of the thirteenth century La Neuveville had become sufficiently important to become a parish in its own right, and the size of the church at this ...
... Very Early Marriage in Eastern Europe in the Nineteenth Century," in Ezra Mendelsohn and Chone Shmeruk (eds.), Studies on Polish Jewry Paul Glikson ... "Remarriage Among Jews and Christians in Nineteenth-Century Eastern Europe," Jewish History 3,2(1988) 85–114 ... “Gender Differentiation and Education of the Jewish Woman in Nineteenth-Century Eastern Europe”, Polin 7 (1992) 459–483 ...
Famous quotes related to nineteenth century:
“The taste for freedom, the fashion and cult of happiness of the majority, that the nineteenth century is infatuated with was only a heresy in his eyes that would pass like others.”
—Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (17831842)
“Of the creative spirits that flourished in Concord, Massachusetts, during the middle of the nineteenth century, it might be said that Hawthorne loved men but felt estranged from them, Emerson loved ideas even more than men, and Thoreau loved himself.”
—Leon Edel (b. 1907)
“The nineteenth century was completely lacking in logic, it had cosmic terms and hopes, and aspirations, and discoveries, and ideals but it had no logic.”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)
“There is one great fact, characteristic of this our nineteenth century, a fact which no party dares deny. On the one hand, there have started into life industrial and scientific forces which no epoch of former human history had ever suspected. On the other hand, there exist symptoms of decay, far surpassing the horrors recorded of the latter times of the Roman empire. In our days everything seems pregnant with its contrary.”
—Karl Marx (18181883)
“The most revolutionary invention of the Nineteenth Century was the artificial sterilization of marriage.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)