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    Place Theater in New York City Leading up to the riot there had been a rivalry between the English actor Edward Macready and the American actor Edwin Forrest Baker wrote that this rivalry began when Forrest believed that Macready sabotaged his recent tour of England The nativist trend in the United States at the time did not help The Southern Press Date s May 25 1849 Location PICKENS South Carolina Tag s Economy Government Politics The Keowee Courier published Senator Butler s contention that shocked the local town of South Carolina that the Southern Press was not to be found in the North His statement read that not a Southern newspaper is to be seen in a large newspaper reading room in Washington D C Finally the Courier insisted that Southerners must open their eyes to the truth and tyranny of the North The Poe s Sepulchre by the Sea Love and Death in Victorian America Date s May 1849 to 1849 Location NEW YORK New York Tag s Cult of Death Disease Poetry Edgar Allan Poe Annabel Lee tuberculosis love Edgar Allan Poe spent his final months in poverty tormented by grief drowning his depression in alcohol and poetry

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    The Social Elevation of Woman refers to a time when patriarchy was most apparent and women s voting rights remained undervalued Men of the early nineteenth century Marriage in Margaret Fuller s Woman in the Nineteenth Century Date s 1845 Location Tag s Women Urban Society During the nineteenth century one female author stood out as a voice for women during a time when many were not acknowledged Margaret Fuller wrote Woman in the Nineteenth Century and spoke with a voice for every woman who lived during the nineteenth century In particular Fuller had an especially critical view toward marriage She explained that the idea of marriage has been inculcated A Scientific American The Legacy of Rufus Porter Inventor Date s August 28 1845 Location Tag s Science Technology invention Journalism Rufus Porter was a man of many talents Born in 1792 in Massachusetts but moving to Maine when he was nine Porter was apprenticed to a shoemaker by his family but he was far too restless for that kind of life After leaving home he played the fiddle traveled to Hawaii taught dancing school had 15 children by two wives and became one of the most accomplished mural painters of his day However Whigs Nationalism Publication Date s June 1 1846 Location Tag s Political Parties Government Politics Although the Whig Party was already in trouble by the late 1840s they remained vocal on a host of issues through print publications such as The American Whig Review One particular article of interest was written in June of 1846 and dealt with Supply and demand which the author believed must ever be the governing rule of prices The article also discussed how speculation ruins the equilibrium The Changing Public Attitude towards Slavery Date s March 10 1841 Location Tag s

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    small New York cottage he wrote what was to be his last completed poem Annabel Lee in which he returned to the themes that had haunted him for much of his life The poem set long ago in a kingdom by the sea describes the speaker s undying love for the Undying Devotion The Glorification of Sacrifice Date s July 14 1861 Location Washington City District of Columbia Tag s

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    joint resolution providing for the declaration of a National Slum Clearance Day by the President of the United States to the Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary in Washington D C This short bill was designed to empower both the President and the nation to realize the state of affairs currently affecting Poe s Sepulchre by the Sea Love and Death in Victorian America Date s May 1849 to 1849 Location NEW YORK New York Tag s Cult of Death Disease Poetry Edgar Allan Poe Annabel Lee tuberculosis love Edgar Allan Poe spent his final months in poverty tormented by grief drowning his depression in alcohol and poetry In May 1849 in his small New York cottage he wrote what was to be his last completed poem Annabel Lee in which he returned to the themes that had haunted him for much of his life The poem set long ago in a kingdom by the sea describes the speaker s undying love for the The Slow Dead March of Camp Disease Death in the American Civil War Date s November 25 1861 Location PRINCE WILLIAM Virginia Tag s Charles Manning Furman Typhoid fever Disease Civil War Charles Furman had

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    march which saw many prisoners expire from horrid conditions Edmund then decided that the best way to live out his captivity was to keep a diary to both record his experiences and give him something to occupy his time Poe s Sepulchre by the Sea Love and Death in Victorian America Date s May 1849 to 1849 Location NEW YORK New York Tag s Cult of Death Disease Poetry Edgar

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    Victorian America Date s May 1849 to 1849 Location NEW YORK New York Tag s Cult of Death Disease Poetry Edgar Allan Poe Annabel Lee tuberculosis love Edgar Allan Poe spent his final months in poverty tormented by grief drowning his depression in alcohol and poetry In May 1849 in his small New York cottage he wrote what was to be his last completed poem Annabel Lee in which he

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    Victorian America Date s May 1849 to 1849 Location NEW YORK New York Tag s Cult of Death Disease Poetry Edgar Allan Poe Annabel Lee tuberculosis love Edgar Allan Poe spent his final months in poverty tormented by grief drowning his depression in alcohol and poetry In May 1849 in his small New York cottage he wrote what was to be his last completed poem Annabel Lee in which he

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    expenditures in Detroit but that money largely ignored the problems of vulnerable populations The Delray Tuberculosis Clinic Date s 1910 to 1912 Location Wayne Michigan Tag s tuberculosis Delray Medicine Health The booming Detroit industries of the early twentieth century brought enormous demand for more workers as more and more industries pushed their way into neighborhoods such as Delray Low real estate prices and rents attracted poor immigrants from around the world Around 1910 Romanians Serbs Turks Armenians Austrians Hungarians and others flooded into the area But the low cost of living translated Breeding Ground for Tuberculosis Date s 1909 to 1931 Location Wayne Michigan Tag s tuberculosis Delray Pollution Detroit At the turn of the 20th century Delray was defined by heavy industry and smoke stacks Because of where they lived residents were trapped in the middle of an industrial playground and subjected to poor housing policies In 1909 Dr Leo H Herbert the founder of the Detroit Tuberculosis Sanatorium along with other renowned physicians of the time spoke out against Detroit s neglect of Delray s Poe s Sepulchre by the Sea Love and Death in Victorian America Date s May 1849 to 1849 Location NEW YORK New

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