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 How much was the dollar worth in 1860?

Answer According to calculations from the Measuring Worth website, one dollar in 1860 is worth about $26.60 in our current economy. This figure is based on the Consumer Price Index from the U.S. Bureau of... Read More »
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What Would 1860 Front Porch Furniture Look Like?

Decorate an antique porch of the American Civil War era with 1860 porch furniture. As a contrast to the large, wrap-around circular porches of the later Queen Anne style, mid-Victorian homes of 186... Read More »
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What is the name of the vacuum cleaner invented in 1860?

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How many saiors were in the confedarate navy in 1860?

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What are the US Foreign policy beliefs before 1860?

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