As of 21 April 2018, there are no longer any living people who were born in the 19th century. The last one was Nabi Tajima of Japan.
Kim Campbell was the 19th Prime Minister of Canada.
Contrary to what most people think, people in the 17th to 19th century did NOT on average die around 50 years old. That statistical 'average' life expectancy was much influenced by the death rate of children, of which some 20-25% never reached their first anniversary, and another 20% died before their 15th year. But if you managed to survive all childhood diseases - and if, as a woman, you also survived childbirths - you stood a pretty good chance to live to age 70, and many of the tougher senior citizens lived to 75 or 80. Of course, pioneers ran a bigger risk of being killed falling off a wagon, being killed by Indians or drowning while crossing a river than city folk, but that did not really influence how long a pioneer on average could expect to live. The fact that there were few doctors around hardly mattered: doctors in that era (even the very famous and expensive ones) had very little knowledge of what exactly caused or could cure diseases, and hardly had any effective medicines to do it with.
It was made by Premier Jack Lang on 19th March 1932.
The Harbour Bridge was opened March the 19th 1932 by premier Jack Lang after 6 years of construction.
The first American bank robbery took place in New York City on March 19th, 1831. On March 19, 1984, the television show Kate & Allie premiered.
October 19th, 1932 was a Wednesday.
19th December 1932 was a Monday
March 19th, 1958 fell on a Wednesday. The following year, March 19th fell on a Thursday.
March 19th, 1959 was a Thursday.
19th March 1963 was a Tuesday.
March 19th, 1968 fell on a Tuesday.
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March (sprytw, kUc, mwrc) 19th (au`nI vW).