S: 1880's Scrapbook by Gregory Zock
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FC: The 1880's I start where the last man left off. Thomas A. Edison Greg Zock | Thomas Edison and his manufactured phonograph in 1888. | Cellulose roll film in 1889.
1: 1880's | James Garfield elected president in 1881, and he was assassinated in 1881. | U.S. Census shows population exceeded 50 million people. | Chester Arthur becomes the new president.
2: Clara Barton creates Red Cross in 1881. | Jesse James murdered in 1882 by Robert Ford.
3: The Brooklyn Bridge opens in 1883.
4: Mark Twain completes Huckleberry Finn in 1884. | Fingerprint identification used in 1885.
5: Washington Monument completed in 1885.
6: In 1885, Grover Cleveland becomes president.
7: The Statue of Liberty is dedicated to America in 1886.
8: Golf is introduced from Scotland into America in 1885.
9: Trains deliver daily newspapers in 1885. | The American Telephone Company creates AT&T for long distance colling in 1885.
10: Softball created in Chicago in 1887 with a broomstick and an overstuffed ball. | National Geographic created in 1888.
11: Coin operated phonographs used in bars, used as the first jukeboxes in 1889. | Benjamin Harrison elected president in 1889.