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   refers to   
Platonic Philosophy
   has the Roman numeral   
Musgrave Watson
   created the sculpture   
Queen Elizabeth I, 1844
The Old Northwest, Pioneer Period 1815-1840
   was written by   
R. Charlyle Buley
Rogier Van Der Weyden

Portrait of a Woman with a Winged Bonnet; 1440; Flemish; Early Netherlandish; Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Germany; oil on oak wood; 49 x 33 cm
Antonin Dvorak
   lifespan was   
Czech composer
   was the first publication of   
The Snow Queen
   was the first publication of   
The Darning-Needle
Henry Kirke Brown
   created the sculpture   
The Choosing of the Arrow, 1848
Bronze, Amon Carter Museum
John Henry Foley
   created the sculpture   
Daniel O'Connell, 1849
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
   was born on   
February 25, 1841
French impressionist painter
Young Ireland Was Founded
Treaty of Tehuacana Creek
Establishes peace between the Republic of Texas and various Native American tribes.
Joseph Smith, Jr
   died in   
1844 aged 38 from a Gunshot and Fall from Window
founder of Latter Day Saint movement (Mormon Church) American
Sao Tome and Pricipe
   has this coat of arms   

Gold Was First Discovered in California
Leads to thousands of people migrating to California in the following years, thus the term 49rs.
Treaty of Cahuenga
First treaty to end the Mexican-American War.
John Edward Carew
   created the sculpture   
The Death of Nelson, 1844
What Hath God Wrought: the Transformation of America, 1815-1848
   was written by   
Daniel Walker Howe
Siv Cedering
   won the award for the poem   
A Letterfrom Caroline Herschel (1750-1848)
March 4, 1841
   the oath was recited by   
William Henry Harrison
East Portico, U.S. Capitol by Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
Webster-Ashburton Treaty
Settles boundary disputes between the United States and Canada.
William Wordsworth
   was appointed in   
Appointed by Victoria - “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” “The Prelude” “Tintern Abbey” The Lucy poems “The World Is Too Much with Us”
The Queen of England Extends to the Natives of New Zealand Her Royal Protection
   is an extract from the   
Treaty of Waitangi (1840)
Tiriti o Waitangi. New Zealand became a British colony. "In consideration thereof Her Majesty the Queen of England extends to the Natives of New Zealand Her royal protection and imparts to them all the Rights and Privileges of British Subjects."
Jesse James
   was born on   
September 5, 1847
Famous American outlaw
Frédéric Chopin
   died in   
1849 aged 39 From tuberculosis
composer Polish
Branwell Brontë
   died in   
1848 aged 31 from Suspected Alcohol Poisoning or Drug Overdose
painter English
Western Sahara

Was Discovered in 1846
Neptune was the first planet to be discovered by using mathematics. After the discovery of Uranus in 1781, astronomers noticed that the planet was being pulled slightly out of its normal orbit. John Couch Adams of Britain and Urbain Jean Joseph Leverrier of France, used mathematics to predict that the gravity from another planet beyond Uranus was affecting the orbit of Uranus. Johann Gottfried Galle searched for the predicted planet and observed Neptune for the first time in 1846.
   President of the United States was   
Zachary Taylor
Died in office 5 days after falling ill on July 4th 1850
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
   lifespan was   
French painter
Felix Mendelssohn
   died in   
1847 aged 38 from a Stroke
composer German
Auguste Rodin
   was born on   
November 12, 1840
French sculptor
Mexican-American War
   occurred during   
   has this flag:   

   was the first publication of   
The Swineherd
The Irish Potato Famine Began
Leads to the Irish diaspora
Alexander Graham Bell
   was born on   
March 3, 1847
American inventor
The Mexican-American War Began
Leads to Mexico's cession of much of present day Southwestern US
Benito Pérez Galdós
   was born on   
May 10, 1843
A Spanish realist novelist
The Communist Manifesto Was Published
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
Károly Alexy
   created the sculpture   
Bust of Lajos Battyhany,1848
John Bird Sumner
   was Archbishop of Canterbury from   
1848 - 1862
Translated from Chester; died in office
Jose Ramos-Horta

President of East Timor, 2008 - 2012
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
Second treaty ending the Mexican-American War.
   was the first publication of   
The Neighbouring Families
   was the first publication of   
The Little Match-Seller
Diego Rivera

The Weaver; 1936; Mexican; Expressionism; The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; tempera and oil on canvas; 66 x 107 cm
Matthew Cotes Wyatt
   created the sculpture   
Statue of the Duke of Wellington, 1846

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