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178
   refers to   
Ethics of Consumption
178
   has the Roman numeral   
CLXXVIII
1789
   President of the United States was   
George Washington
Appears on 1 dollar note
We the People of the United States, in Order to Form a More Perfect Union
   is an extract from the   
Constitution of the United States (1787)
Ratified 1788
1785
      
Treaty of Hopewell
Between the United States and the Cherokee Indians.
United States
   is   

1781
   saw the   
Siege of Yorktown
Last major land battle in North America of the American War of Independence; a decisive victory by a combined force of American Continental Army troops led by General George Washington and French Army troops led by the Comte de Rochambeau over a British Army commanded by British lord and Lieutenant General Charles Cornwallis.
The Accused Shall Enjoy the Right to a Speedy and Public Trial
   is an extract from the   
Bill of Rights (1789)
6th amendment.
Val-Com 17845
   appears in   
Heartbeeps (1981)
Peter Lichtenthal
   was born on   
May 10, 1780
Composer
A Tale of Two Cities
   is   
The French Revolution, 1789-1799
By Charles Dickens, 1859
Arthur Phillip
      
Was Founder of the First Permanent European Settlement in Australia 1788
He captained the first ship of the First Fleet to arrive and settle in Botany Bay, Sydney. He governed NSW until 1792 when his ill health led him to return to England. Australia Day is the celebration of the First Fleets arrival at Sydney Cove on the 26
1789
   saw the   
Storming of the Bastille
July 14, French mob storms this symbol of repression, thereby beginning the French Revolution
Nicolas Dalayrac
   composed   
Les Deux Petits Savoyards (1789)
The Two Little Savoyards
American Revolution
   occurred during   
1775-1783
Thomas Banks
   created the sculpture   
Shakespeare Attended by Painting and Poetry, 1788
Massachusetts
   joined the U.S.A in   
1788
February 6, 1788
Philippe De Champaigne
   painted   

Ex-Voto fr; 1662; French; Baroque; Musée du Louvre, Paris, France; oil on canvas; 165 x 229 cm
Winslow Homer
   painted   

The Herring Net; 1885; American; Realism; The Art Institute of Chicago, Indiana, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 76 x 123 cm
William Pitt the Younger
   was U.K. Prime Minister from   
1783-1801
Tory, youngest PM ever, he was 24 years old
1786
      
Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship
The oldest non-broken friendship treaty between Morocco and the United States.
1788
      
First European Settlement Was Established in Australia
At Sydney
Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson
   is   

5th President of Iceland
Connecticut
   joined the U.S.A in   
1788
January 9, 1788
Road Works
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Pierre Julien
   created the sculpture   
Amalthee Et La Chevre De Jupiter, 1787
1781
   was the year of the   
Battle of Yorktown
Maryland
   joined the U.S.A in   
1788
April 28, 1788
Tanzania
   has this flag:   

April 30, 1789
   the oath was recited by   
George Washington
Balcony of Federal Hall, New York City by Robert Livingston, Chancellor of State of New York
Delaware
   joined the U.S.A in   
1787
December 7, 1787
Augustin-Jean Fresnel
   was born on   
May 10, 1788
Optics pioneer/physicist
A Tale of Two Cities (1935)
   features   
French Revolution, 1789-1799
Book By Charles Dickens
1786
      
Treaty of Hopewell
Between the United States, the Choctaw Indians, and the Chickasaw Indians.
Washington Irving
   lifespan was   
1783-1859
American author of the early 19th century, best known for his short stories The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Rip van Winkle.
1785
      
Treaty of Fort McIntosh
Native American tribes cede to the United States all claims to land in the Ohio Country east of the Cuyahoga and Muskingum rivers; the areas surrounding Fort Detroit and Fort Michilimackinac.
1789
   was the year of the   
Storming of the Bastille
July 14, French mob storms this symbol of repression, thereby beginning the French Revolution
John Constable
   painted   

Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop's Grounds; 1825; English; Romanticism; Frick Collection, New York, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 89 x 112 cm
The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms, Shall Not Be Infringed
   is an extract from the   
Bill of Rights (1789)
2nd amendment.
The Patriot
   features   
American War of Independence, 1775-1783
1776, 1789, 1917, 1959, 1978
   are all   
Years of Revolutions
The American, French, Russian, Cuban, and Iranian/Islamic revolutions... respectively
Uranus
      
Was Discovered in 1781
At the time, there were only six known planets
Nor Be Deprived of Life, Liberty, or Property, Without Due Process of Law
   is an extract from the   
Bill of Rights (1789)
5th amendment.
Vincent Van Gogh
   painted   

Sorrowful Old Man (At Eternity's Gate); 1890; Dutch; Post-Impressionism; Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands; oil on canvas; 80 x 64 cm
1789
      
The Bastille Was Stormed
Paris mob storms the Bastille prison, July 14; today's French national holiday
1786
   is birth year of   
Paganini
Niccolò, d. 1840
"A Government Instituted by Themselves for These Essential Purposes"
   is an extract from the   
Washington’s First Inaugural Address (1789)
George Washington
Pennsylvania
   joined the U.S.A in   
1787
December 12, 1787
Nor Shall Be Compelled in Any Criminal Case to Be a Witness Against Himself
   is an extract from the   
Bill of Rights (1789)
5th amendment.






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