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1869
   President of the United States was   
Ulysses S. Grant
Shown on 50 dollar note
1869
      
The First Transcontinental Railroad Was Completed in the United States
1869
      
The Suez Canal Opened
Links the Mediterranean to the Red Sea
Mahatma Gandhi
   was born on   
October 2, 1869
Major political and spiritual leader of India; influential teacher of non-violent resistance
1869
   the winner was   
Tom Morris Jr
At Prestwick
1869
   Melbourne Cup winner was   
Warrior
Jockey - J. Morrison, Trainer - R. Sevior, Owner - A. Saqui, Time - 3.40.00
1869
      
The Church of Ireland Was Disestablished
Emma Stebbins
   created the sculpture   
Angel of the Waters Fountain, 1869
1869
   winner was   
Fenian
C. Miller up, Trainer: Jacob Pincus, Owner: August Belmont -- 3:04.25
1869
   was the first publication of   
The Days of the Week
1869
   was the first publication of   
The Court Cards
1869
   was the first publication of   
Luck May Lie in a Pin
1869
   was the first publication of   
Sunshine Stories
1869
   was the first publication of   
The Comet
1869
   was the first publication of   
The Rags
1869
   was the first publication of   
What One Can Invent
1869
   was the first publication of   
The Thistle’s Experiences
1869
   was the first publication of   
Poultry Meg’s Family
March 4, 1869
   the oath was recited by   
Ulysses S. Grant
East Portico, U.S. Capitol by Salmon P. Chase, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
Hillhead Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1869
Vatican I
   was held in   
1869-1870
This council defined the INFALLIBILITY of the Pope when, as Supreme Pontiff, he speaks from the Seat of Peter (ex cathedra), on a matter of Faith and Morals, pronouncing a doctrine to be believed by the whole Church. Held at the Vatican in Rome, Italy.
Grigori Rasputin
   lifespan was   
1869-1916
"The Mad Monk" Russian peasant mystic from Siberia who had great influence in the Royal court of Nicholas II whose son's haemophiia seemed to respond to his "treatments". Tsaritsa Alexsandra relied heavily upon him for help with the heir apparent.
Karl Millöcker
   composed   
Der Regimentstambour (1869)
Mahatma: Life of Gandhi, 1869-1948 (1968)
   with a run time of   
6 Hrs
330 min The film was made to seek to tell the life story Gandhi, and his incessant search for Truth.
The Republican Era: 1869-1901
   was written by   
Leonard D. White and Jean Schneider
1959






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