1830's fashion

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  • The Indian Removal Act

    The Indian Removal Act
    *U.S. foused the indians to move west beyond the mississpi river. 15000 indians where moved and 4000 died.
    *This was one of the infunes of fashion. Moving the Indians they used less heavy clothing
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  • England death

    England death
    King George IV of England died, and William IV took the thron right after.
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  • political convention

    The first American political convention was held in Baltimore, Maryland.
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  • Andrew Jackson

    Andrew Jackson
    Andrew Jackson took office for the second time.
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  • Slavery

    Slavery
    Slavery ended in the british empire.
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  • American president assassination attempt

    American president assassination attempt
    Andrew Jaskson had an attempt assassination on his life.
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  • The Great Fire of New York

     The Great Fire of New York
    The Great Fire of New York destroyed a large part of lower Manhattan.
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  • alamo

    alamo
    The Alamo ended.
    less to uses unable to get more fabric.
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  • New President of the United States.

     New President of the United States.
    Martin Van Buren was elected President of the United States, and took office.
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  • pinic of 1837

    pinic of 1837
    Causing panic, a major financial crisis of the 19th century, begen in New York City.
    using cheaper and usable material.
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  • Death in England

    Death in England
    King William IV of Great Britain died at age 71. After words Queen Victoria tacks tacks the thoun at age 18.
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  • Working 1

    Working 1
  • Hair/Makeup 1

    Hair/Makeup 1
    woman 1
  • Dress clothes 1

    Dress clothes 1
  • Dress clothes 2

    Dress clothes 2
  • Shoes 4

    Shoes 4
  • worcking 3

    worcking 3
  • millortary 1

    millortary 1
  • millortay 2

    millortay 2
  • pants 1

    pants 1
  • pants 2

    pants 2
  • Accessories 1

    Accessories 1
    hats where usesd allways
  • Accessories 2

    Accessories 2
    clochs where sometimes used
  • Hair/Makeup 2

    Hair/Makeup 2
    men hair
  • Shoes 2

    Shoes 2
  • Dress clothes 5

    Dress clothes 5
  • shose

    shose
  • hat 1

    hat 1
  • Hair/Makeup 5

    Hair/Makeup 5
    woman 2
  • Dress clothes 3

    Dress clothes 3
  • Dress clothes 7

    Dress clothes 7
  • Hair/Makeup 4

    Hair/Makeup 4
    men 3
  • worcking

    worcking
  • Dress clothes 4

    Dress clothes 4
  • Dress clothes 6

    Dress clothes 6
  • hats 2

    hats 2
  • hats 3

    hats 3
  • hat 4

    hat 4
  • Accessories 3

    Accessories 3
    the hats and the cain.
  • Shoes 3

    Shoes 3
  • Hair/Makeup 3

    Hair/Makeup 3
    mean 2
  • Hair/Makeup 6

    Hair/Makeup 6
    woman 3
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    Classy 1830’s

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    Country That Led The Fashion Industry

    France and Landon
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    Famous Music

    Opra and ocrista-Lady, the Silver Moon Shines Brightly
    John Barnett-Lord! I Believe!
    John Barnett-Rise Gentle Moon
    John Barnett-Sing Hey! For The Bottle
    W. Kirby-Fix
    Signor De Begnis-Fanny Gray
    Mrs. Norton-Flirtation
    "The Author"-Here She Goes
    Eminent Professors
    Nothing Else to Do-Arranged by W. A. Newland
    And Many More….
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    Famous Plays

    Uncle Tom's Cabin-Play
    Maria Martin or Murder in the Red Barn-Play
    J R Planché-Arthur
    And many others.....
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    Fad of Hair and Makeup

    Hair-
    Woman:
    Big
    Usually in or with a hat
    Men:
    short
    Mackup-
    covering everything
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    Fashion Styles and Trends

    Styles:
    Big but simple
    Trends:
    Top hats
    Cains
    Big hats