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  1. Mexico (27255 bytes)
    43: ...[[September 16]], [[1810]]<br>[[September 27]], [[1821]] |
    68: ...ce|war]] that eventually led to independence in [[1821]] and the creation of the [[Mexican Empire|First ...
    78: ...investment allowed the development of the [[Petroleum|oil]] industry and the construction of the [[rai...
    178: ...Trade Agreements]], including [[Japan]] and the [[European Union]]. However more than 85% of the trade...
    185: ...predominantly Amerindian, and 9% is white or of [[Europe]]an descent. The remaining 1% includes black,...
  2. Costa Rica (12931 bytes)
    41: <br /> [[September 15]], [[1821]]
    107: ...ime zone as central US and direct ocean access to Europe and Asia.
    111: ...o the [[US dollar]]; currently about 600 to the [[euro]].
    116: ...ber about 96,000. Costa Ricans of [[mestizo]] and European descent account for a combined 94 percent. ...
    156: *[[Museums of Costa Rica]]
  3. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    10: *[[Antonio de Abreu]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] explorer of [[...
    23: ...acific Ocean]], founded DariƩn, oldest surviving European settlement in the South American continent.
    26: *[[Heinrich Barth]] ([[1821]]-[[1865]]), Northern and Central Africa
    43: *[[Richard Francis Burton]], ([[1821]]-[[1890]]), looking for the source of the [[Nile...
    77: ...n Dezhnev]], [[Russians|Russian]] explorer, first European who sailed through [[Bering Strait]]
  4. Lucretia Mott (3249 bytes)
    5: ...[Philadelphia]] and became a Quaker minister in [[1821]]. She quickly became known for her persuasive sp...
  5. Clara Barton (9023 bytes)
    2: ... known as '''Clara Barton''') ([[December 25]], [[1821]] (although there is a confusion with her date of...
    6: Clara Barton was born on Christmas Day 1821 to Stephen and Sarah Barton in [[Oxford, Massachu...
    27: ...es to all victims during wartime under a flag of neutrality.
    43: ==Clara Barton's Birthplace House and Museum==
    45: ...rabartonbirthplace.org] is operated as a house museum as part of [[The Barton Center for Diabetes Educ...
  6. Spleen (4479 bytes)
    5: ...uding [[malaria]], [[bacterial endocarditis]], [[leukaemia]], [[pernicious anaemia]], [[Hodgkin's dise...
    14: ...ized by the poet [[Charles-Pierre Baudelaire]] ([[1821]]-[[1867]]) but was already used before, in parti...
  7. James Monroe (11107 bytes)
    36: ...l it had ceded the [[Florida]]s, as was done in [[1821]].
    38: ...idered as subjects for future colonization by any European Power." Some 20 years after Monroe died in ...
    42: ...live with his daughter Maria Hester Monroe Gouverneur in New York City and died there peacefully from ...
    96: * [[Missouri]] &ndash; [[August 10]], [[1821]]
    112: ...ister Plenipotentiary to France | before=[[Gouverneur Morris]] | after=[[Charles Cotesworth Pinckney]]...
  8. Andrew Jackson (23546 bytes)
    51: ...lite circle of commercial and industrial entrepreneurs at the expense of farmers and laborers. After a...
    55: ...fiting Northern merchants and industrial entrepreneurs at the expense of those who had to buy the good...
    216: ...illiam P. Duval]]<br>Territorial Governor | years=1821}}
  9. Martin Van Buren (21629 bytes)
    39: In February [[1821]] he was elected to the [[United States Senate]]....
    137: ...han Sanford]]| after=[[Charles E. Dudley]]| years=1821-1828}}
  10. John Tyler (18019 bytes)
    38: *Letitia Christian Tyler ([[May 11]], [[1821]] - [[December 28]], [[1907]]).
    170: ...opton]] | after=[[Andrew Stevenson]] | years=1817-1821}}
  11. James Buchanan (15634 bytes)
    53: ...to the four succeeding Congresses ([[March 4]], [[1821]] - [[March 3]], [[1831]]). He was chairman of t...
    156: ...acob Hibshman]]| after=[[John Phillips]]| years=[[1821]] &ndash; [[1823]]}}
  12. Antarctica (14761 bytes)
    6: ...d in [[1820]] and the first verified landing in [[1821]]. A [[1513]] map by Admiral [[Piri Reis]], howev...
    8: ...ntarctica is the fifth largest continent, after [[Eurasia]], [[Africa]], [[North America]], and [[Sout...
    68: * [[Georg von Neumayer Station]], ({{coor dm|70|39|S|08|15|W|}}) ([...
    99: ...: A Modern Sequel]] ends with the death of [[Odysseus]] in Antarctica.
    122: ... fortifications, the carrying out of military manoeuvers, or the testing of any type of weapon. It per...
  13. Greece (54754 bytes)
    1: ...ts culture has proven especially influential in [[Europe]], [[Asia]] and [[Africa]].
    29: ...|| From the [[Ottoman Empire]]<br/>[[25 March]] [[1821]]<br/>[[1829]]
    37: | '''[[Currency]]''' || [[Euro]] (&euro;)<sup>1</sup>
    39: | '''[[Time zone]]'''<br/>&nbsp;- in [[European Summer Time|summer]]
    40: ...Coordinated Universal Time|UTC]]+2)<br/>[[Eastern European Summer Time|EEST]] ([[Coordinated Universal...
  14. Brazil (12581 bytes)
    8: ...to England &mdash; at the time isolated from most European ports by Napoleon &mdash; and the "elevatio...
    10: Brazil attracted over 5 million [[Europe]]an and [[Japanese people|Japanese]] immigran...
  15. Argentina (30219 bytes)
    35: ...y 25]], [[1810]]<br/>[[July 9]], [[1816]]<br>in [[1821]] (by [[Portugal]]) |
    57: [[Europe]]ans arrived in the region with the [[1502]] ...
    59: ...lly the western pampas&mdash;came from throughout Europe.
    107: <li> [[Neuqu&eacute;n Province|Neuqu&eacute;n]]
    126: Most European immigrants to Argentina (coming in great wa...
  16. Guatemala (8475 bytes)
    40: [[September 15]], [[1821]]
    64: Guatemala became independent of Spain in [[1821]], first as a part of the [[United Provinces of C...
  17. Peru (12264 bytes)
    30: ...p;- Declared || From [[Spain]]<br/>[[July 28]], [[1821]]
    48: ...red its independence from Spain on [[July 28]], [[1821]] thanks to an alliance between the Argentine arm...
    116: ...stment in the tourism, agriculture, mining, petroleum and natural gas, and power industries.
    121: ...Mestizo]]s, a term that denotes people of mixed [[Europe]]an and Amerindian ancestry, constitute aroun...
  18. Sun Bear (4617 bytes)
    12: ... = [[Thomas Stamford Raffles|Raffles]] | date = [[1821]]}}
    31: ...[[subspecies]] of sun bear (''Helarctos malayanus euryspilus''), found only on the [[island]] of [[Bor...
  19. California (63989 bytes)
    67: Motto = [[Eureka (word)|Eureka!]] |
    98: Pre-European California was one of the most culturally a...
    100: The first [[European]] to explore parts of the coast was the [[P...
    101: ... after the achievement of Mexican independence in 1821, California was a remote northern province of the...
    109: ...covered, the population burgeoned with Americans, Europeans, and other immigrants in the great [[Calif...
  20. Kansas (21369 bytes)
    42: ...hen became part of the Missouri Territory until [[1821]]. The [[Kansas-Nebraska Act]] became law on [[M...
    69: ... of Kansas|Governor]] [[Kathleen Sebelius]] and Lieutenant Governor [[John E. Moore]]. Both are elect...
    94: ..., and preacher. Dinsmoor even built his own mausoleum in which you can still see him today in his conc...
    95: ...//home.comcast.net/~ymirymir/index2.htm]. The museum features many works of art created by people wit...
    96: ...e [[John_Brown_%28abolitionist%29|John Brown]] museum is located in [[Osawatomie, Kansas]].

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