Johnson collected medical supplies that were sold in the store and some that had been sitting in the attic.He brought them with him when he left for medical school in 1948.I have taken up a State lot, cleared up eighteen acres last year, and seeded ten of it down.My buckwheat looks first-rate, and the oats and potatoes are bully. I mean, HOW bad were teeth in the 1860s that people literally had to note "good set of teeth" (as an 18 year old! Honestly, when you think about it, I'm guessing they didn't have braces back then, so having naturally straight teeth was probably a pretty freaking dope accomplishment.She is upset someone would steal such sentimental items, but James is also concerned about some of the medication could be extremely toxic.“I just started getting really worried yesterday thinking about somebody leaving these things perhaps in a place where children could access them, pull the corks or break the seal and maybe smell or ingest these things,” James explained.is hard, try looking for love as a single dude in the 1860s.In a time without Tinder or cool, fun singles bars to hit up for a potential partner, really desperate singles had to resort to taking out an ad in the newspaper. They literally had to pay to make a concrete announcement of their singlehood in the freaking town newspaper. Just recently, Max Roser, a researcher at Oxford University, posted a photo of an ad posted by a man looking for a wife back in 1865.
A group of people on Reddit tried to get to the bottom of the most pressing question of them all: Is this even a real?The first step in dating 19th century photographs is identifying which technology was used to create the picture.This is straightforward detective work for most images, but very early photographs can be misleading.Ivory French casket with scenes of romances – possibly a courtship gift.Courtship is the systematic process that one undergoes in order to ensure compatibility with a lifelong partner.