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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Landlord & Tenant Law Amendment Ireland Act 1860?

The Landlord and Tenant Amendment (Ireland) Act 1860 was enacted by Great Britain to consolidate 39 separate laws corresponding to the landlord and tenant relationship in Ireland. It greatly stren... Read More »

How much did a vacuum cleaner cost in 1860?

The vacuum cleaners were less than $22.00 in the 1860. Now they are like $200.00. $22.00 back then was so much more than it was before!

What was the salary of a secret service agent in 1860?

What is the name of the vacuum cleaner invented in 1860?

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