1858

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Atlanticcablestamp.jpg
August 5: First transatlantic telegraph cable.
year 1858

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Events

EventStartEnd
Pax Brittanica18151915
Victorian era18401901

 

New Groups

GroupImageTypeDescription
General Medical CouncilGeneral Medical Council logo.pngA public body that controls the official register of medical practitioners in the UK
Ardingly CollegeShield of Ardingly College.pngSchool
Public school
Public boarding school for the British establishment
Iowa State UniversityIowa State University seal.pngPublic
Flagship
Landgrant
Spacegrant
Public university in Iowa with extensive nuclear research
Melbourne GrammarMelbournegrammarcrest.jpgThe Independent
Church of England
Melbourne establishment school with influential old boys network that "opens up pathways."

 

Births

TitleBornPlace of birthDiedSummaryDescription
Carter Glass4 January 1858United States
Virginia
Lynchburg
28 May 1946Politician
Businessperson
Patrick Joseph Kennedy14 January 1858United States
Boston
Massachusetts
18 May 1929Politician
Businessperson
Beatrice Webb22 January 1858Gloucestershire30 April 1943Activist
Sociologist
Frederick Lugard22 January 1858India
Madras
11 April 1945Soldier
Explorer
Deep state operative
Harry Johnston12 June 185831 July 1927Explorer
Deep state operative
Edward Mandell House26 July 1858Texas
Houston
28 March 1938Diplomat
Politician
Banker
Deep state operative
Handler
Woodrow Wilson’s handler
Edith Nesbit15 August 1858Surrey
Kennington
4 May 1924AuthorAuthor and one of the founders of the Fabian Society.
Andrew Bonar Law16 September 1858Kingston
New Brunswick
30 October 1923Iron merchant
Theodore Roosevelt27 October 1858New York6 January 1919Author
Soldier
Politician
Historian
Explorer
"Conservation movement"


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