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May 1855

Scheutz’s Difference Engine

Scheutz Difference Engine, 1855.In May 1855, the difference engine of Georg and Edvard Scheutz debuts at the Paris World’s Fair. Image: “Scheutz Difference Engine, 1855.” _The Illustrated London News_. 30 June 1855. In the public domain.

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Roger Whitson, “The Difference Engine: 1832, 1855, 1876, 1991, 2002, 2008″

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22 Jun 1857

Victoria and Albert Museum opened

Portrait of Queen VictoriaOn 22 June 1857, Queen Victoria opened the Victoria and Albert Museum. Image: George Hayter, State portrait of Queen Victoria, 1860 (oil on canvas), from the Government Art Collection of the United Kingdom. This image is in the public domain in the United States because its copyright has expired.

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Carol Senf, “‘The Fiddler of the Reels’: Hardy’s Reflection on the Past”

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9 Jul 1860

Nightingale Home and Training School for Nurses opened

Photo of NightingaleOn 9 July 1860, the Nightingale Home and Training School for Nurses opened its doors. Image: Photograph of Florence Nightingale (1858). This image is in the public domain in the United States as its copyright has expired.

Articles

Lara Kriegel, “On the Death—and Life—of Florence Nightingale, August 1910″

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Arlene Young, “The Rise of the Victorian Working Lady: The New-Style Nurse and the Typewriter, 1840-1900″

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Apr 1894 to Apr 1894

The Prisoner of Zenda

Publication of Anthony Hope’s bestselling adventure romance, The Prisoner of Zenda.

Image: frontispiece to the 1898 Macmillan edition. Illustration by Charles Dana Gibson. This image is in the public domain in the United States because its copyright has expired.

Articles

Nicholas Daly, "Anthony Hope's The Prisoner of Zenda (April, 1894) and the Rise of Ruritanian Fiction"

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