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What is the 1800 era called?
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Accordingly, what was the 1900 era called?
The 1900s was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 1900, and ended on December 31, 1909. The term "nineteen-hundreds" is often also used to mean the entire century of years from 1900 to 1999 (see 1900s). The Edwardian era (1901–1910) covers a similar span of time.
Similarly, what are all the eras in history? Common eras include the Great Depression, the 'Roaring Twenties,' the Progressive Era, the Cold War Era, and numerous others. One of the ways history is commonly divided is into three separate periods: the Ancient Period (from 3600 BC - 500 AD), the Middle Ages (from 500 -1500), and the Modern Era (from 1500-present).
Similarly one may ask, what was the Victorian era called in America?
Well in American academia it's called the Victorian Era, just as the Edwardian Era is called the Edwardian Era.
What was it like in 1800?
Cities were dirty, noisy, and overcrowded. London had about 600,000 people around 1700 and almost a million residents in 1800. The rich, only a tiny minority of the population, lived luxuriously in lavish, elegant mansions and country houses, which they furnished with comfortable, upholstered furniture.