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What was going on in England in 1558-1829?

You would need a lot of encyclopedias to find out what happened on those dates, England has one of the most historic events out of all countries. I first must ask why these specific dates? 1558 marks the beginning of Protestant Elizabeth I's reign and the end of her Catholic sister Mary's, and 1829 is the year of the Catholic Emancipation Act, so I would say 1558-1829 are the years of Catholic persecution in England. Only after 1829 could Catholics hold a seat in Parliament, etc. Many Roman Catholic parish registers begin in 1829, since keeping records of Catholic sacrament before that time was dangerous.

What happened in 1862?

President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, declaring all slaves in the Confederacy henceforth and forever free. Though this has no immediate impact - the Confederacy, after all, is not in Lincoln's control - emancipation becomes inextricably linked with war aims from this point on. Units made up of ex-slaves start to fight in the Union Army.It was the second year of the American Civil War.Plans are made to build the first transcontinental railroads in the United States.The Pre-Raphaelite movement in England has its first successes. Christina Rossetti publishes Goblin Market and Other Poems,and her brother Dante's wife dies of an overdose of laudanum, inspiring him to paint pale, beautiful women.See the following websites for timelines of events from 1862-1863:

Why was joan of arc important to the reformation?

She wasn't. Joan of Arc lived long before the start of the Reformation. She was mostly important for France during the Hundred Year's War against England in the 14th century AD. This was especially because her army conquered the city of Reims. This was the traditional coronation city for the Kings of France and it meant that Crown Prince Charles finally could be coronated as King. Joan of Arc lived and died a devout Catholic and she was later made a Saint by the Catholic Church.

What century is year 1900 CE in?

1900 is the last year (the hundredth year) of the 19th century.

Who was the leader of the expedition?

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What are the Emancipation Laws for a 16 year old in the state of Nebraska?

Nebraska does not have emancipation laws.

Can a 13 year old be emancipation?

Laws regarding emancipation vary by state, but in general, a 13 year old typically does not meet the requirements for emancipation. Emancipation usually requires the minor to demonstrate financial independence, the ability to make their own decisions, and show that emancipation is in their best interest. It is rare for a 13 year old to meet these criteria.

What are the emancipation laws for a pregnant sixteen year olds?

They are the same for any other sixteen year old. Most states will allow sixteen year olds to request emancipation.

How do you get emancipation of a twenty year old in state of Indiana?

im pretty sure you kan move out by yourself with out emancipation

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Where can I find out about 16 year old emancipation for Indiana?

There isn't any, so there is nothing to find. Indiana has no emancipation statute.

When was Daniel born?

Daniel Peter was born in the year 1836.

Can you legally live on your own at fifteen?

With parental consent or emancipation. Some states allow emancipation for fifteen year olds, and some do not. You will have to look up the laws of emancipation for your state. Without emancipation, you cannot sign a contract or own property.

In What year was the emancipation act passed?

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