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    The 1860s (pronounced "eighteen-sixties") was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 1860, and ended on December 31, 1869.. The decade was noted for featuring numerous major societal shifts in the Americas.

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    23 January - Cobden-Chevalier Treaty Free Trade treaty is signed between the United Kingdomand France.
    9 April - Typesetter Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville sings "Au clair de la lune" into his phonautograph, producing the world's earliest known sound recordingof a song. However, it would not be co...
    18 October - At the end of the Second Opium War, British and French troops enter the Forbidden City in Beijing.
    24 October - Convention of Pekingsigned by Chinese with Britain and France.
    11 February - Rachilde, author (died 1953)
    25 June - Gustave Charpentier, composer (died 1956)
    16 August - Jules Laforgue, poet (died 1887)
    20 August - Raymond Poincaré, statesman, five times Prime Minister of France, President of France (died 1934)
    29 January - Stéphanie de Beauharnais, consort of Karl, Grand Duke of Baden (born 1789)
    14 March - Louis Antoine Jullien, conductor (born 1812)
    31 March - Évariste Régis Huc, Catholic priest and traveller (born 1813)
    May 28 – Rosine de Chabaud-Latour, French religious thinker and translator (born 1794)
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    January–March

    1. January 2 – The discovery of a hypothetical planet Vulcan is announced at a meeting of the French Academy of Sciencesin Paris, France. 2. January 10 – The Pemberton Mill in Lawrence, Massachusettscollapses, killing 146 workers. 3. January 13 – Battle of Tétouan, Morocco: Spanish troops under General Leopoldo O'Donnell, 1st Duke of Tetuan defeat the Moroccan Army. 4. January 20 – Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour is recalled as Prime Minister of Piedmont-Sardinia. 5. February 22 – Shoe-making...

    April–June

    1. April 2 – The first Italian Parliament meets at Turin. 2. April 3 – The Pony Express begins its first run from St. Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California, with riders carrying a small Bible. 3. April 4 – A new uprising erupts in Palermo. 4. April 9 – French typesetter Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville sings the French folk song Au clair de la lune to his phonautograph, producing the world's earliest known sound recording (however, it is not rediscovered until 2008). 5. May 1 – A Chondr...

    July–September

    1. July 2 – Vladivostokis founded in Russia. 2. July 9 – The Nightingale Training School and Home for Nurses, the first nursing school based on the ideas of Florence Nightingale, is opened at St Thomas' Hospitalin London. 3. July 11 – Mutsuhito (the future Emperor Meiji) becomes Crown Princeof Japan. 4. July 20 – Battle of Milazzo: The forces of Giuseppe Garibaldi defeat royal Neapolitan forces near Messina, bringing nearly all of Sicily under Garibaldi's control.July 20: Garibaldi. 5. August...

    January–March

    1. January 3 – Kato Takaaki, 24th Prime Minister of Japan (d. 1926) 2. January 8 – Emma Booth, fourth child of William and Catherine Booth (d. 1903) 3. January 17 – Douglas Hyde, 1st President of Ireland (d. 1949) 4. January 21 – Karl Staaff, Swedish lawyer, politician, 11th Prime Minister of Sweden (d. 1915) 5. January 25 – Charles Curtis, 31st Vice President of the United States (d. 1936) 6. January 28 – W. G. Read Mullan, American Jesuit, academic (d. 1910) 7. January 29 7.1. William Jacob...

    April–June

    1. April 2 – Zheng Xiaoxu, Chinese statesman, diplomat and calligrapher, first Prime Minister of Manchukuo (d. 1938) 2. April 7 – Will Keith Kellogg, American industrialist, founder of the Kellogg Company (d. 1951) 3. May 2 – Theodor Herzl, Austrian founder of modern political Zionism (d. 1904) 4. May 7 – Tom Norman, English freak showman (d. 1930) 5. May 9 – J. M. Barrie, Scottish author (d. 1937) 6. May 15 – Ellen Axson Wilson, First Lady of the United States (d. 1914) 7. May 20 – Eduard Bu...

    July–September

    1. July 3 – Charlotte Perkins Gilman, American feminist (d. 1935) 2. July 7 – Gustav Mahler, Austrian composer (d. 1911) 3. July 16 – Otto Jespersen, Danish linguist, creator of Ido and Novial languages (d.1943) 4. July 19 – Lizzie Borden, American murder suspect (d. 1927) 5. July 31 – Sir George Warrender, 7th Baronet, British admiral (d. 1917) 6. August 1 – Bazil Assan, Romanian engineer and explorer (d. 1918) 7. August 3 – William Kennedy Dickson, Scottish inventor, cinema pioneer, and fil...

    January–June

    1. January 1 – Thomas Hobbes Scott, English clergyman (b. 1783) 2. January 5 – John Neumann, Saint and Roman Catholic Bishop of Philadelphia (b. 1811) 3. January 10 – Ezequiel Zamora, leader of the Federalist Army in Venezuela (b. 1817) 4. January 13 – William Mason, American politician (b. 1786) 5. January 18 – John Nelson (lawyer), American lawyer (b. 1791) 6. January 26 – Eliza Lee Cabot Follen, American writer (b. 1787) 7. January 27 7.1. János Bolyai, Hungarian mathematician (b. 1802) 7....

    July–December

    1. July 1 – Charles Goodyear, American inventor (b. 1800) 2. September 12 – William Walker, American filibuster who was briefly President of Nicaragua (executed) (b. 1824) 3. September 21 – Arthur Schopenhauer, German philosopher (b. 1788) 4. October 12 – Sir Harry Smith, English soldier, military commander (b. 1787) 5. October 22 – Wanda Malecka, Polish publisher (b. 1800) 6. October 25 – Alexander Maconchie, Scottish penal reformer (b. 1787) 7. October 31 – Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dun...

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    1. Dai Xi, Chinese painter (b. 1801)

  4. Mar 03, 2019 · P. Pays de la Loire in the 1860s ‎ (1 C) Present-day Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes in the 1860s ‎ (11 C) Present-day Centre-Val de Loire in the 1860s ‎ (3 C) Present-day Hauts-de-France in the 1860s ‎ (4 C) Present-day Midi-Pyrénées in the 1860s ‎ (3 C, 2 F) Present-day Normandie in the 1860s ‎ (4 C) Present-day Occitanie in the 1860s ...

  5. Subcategories. This category has the following 44 subcategories, out of 44 total. 1860 ‎ (30 C, 3 P) 1861 ‎ (29 C, 7 P) 1862 ‎ (26 C, 5 P) 1863 ‎ (25 C, 5 P)

  6. The Second French Empire ( French: Second Empire; officially the French Empire, French: Empire français ), was the 18-year Imperial Bonapartist regime of Napoleon III from 14 January 1852 to 4 September 1870, between the Second Republic and the Third Republic, in France. Historians in the 1930s and 1940s often disparaged the Second Empire as a ...

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