Hannah Abell

(1761 - 1848)

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Hannah Abell
1761 - 1848
Born
August 24, 1761
Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA
Death
March 19, 1848
Bozrah Center, New London, Connecticut, USA
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Hannah Abell was born on August 24, 1761 at Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA. She died on March 19, 1848 at Bozrah Center, New London, Connecticut, USA at 86 years old.
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Hannah Abell was born on at Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA
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Hannah Abell died on at Bozrah Center, New London, Connecticut, USA
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Hannah Abell was born on at Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA
Hannah Abell died on at Bozrah Center, New London, Connecticut, USA
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Hannah Abell passed away on March 19, 1848 at Bozrah Center, New London, Connecticut, USA at 86 years of age. She was born on August 24, 1761 at Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA. We have no information about Hannah's surviving family.

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In 1808, by the time she was 47 years old, on February 11th, anthracite coal - the hardest form of coal - was first burned as fuel by Jesse Fell, in Pennsylvania. He burned the coal on an open air grate. This discovery led to the use of coal as the key fuel source of the industrial revolution in the United States.

In 1810, by the time she was 49 years old, on November 17th, the Anglo-Swedish War (1810–12) began. Sweden declared war on the United Kingdom. While no hostilities occurred, France had demanded that Sweden declare the war and for economic reasons, Sweden complied. Two years later, France occupied Swedish Territory and Sweden sought peace with Great Britain.

In 1822, at the age of 61 years old, Hannah was alive when on July 3rd, Charles Babbage published a proposal for a forerunner of the modern computer. Called a "difference engine", it calculated logarithms and trigonometric functions. Babbage wanted to eliminate the errors that occurred through the use of human "calculators" by creating a machine to do the same work. While a prototype was begun, it was never completed.

In 1831, she was 70 years old when on January 1st, William Lloyd Garrison began publishing The Liberator, an antislavery newspaper, in Boston Massachusetts. Published until 1865, the paper was strongly abolitionist and advocated the "immediate and complete emancipation of all slaves".

In 1848, in the year of Hannah Abell's passing, on May 29th, Wisconsin became the 30th U.S. state. The British had formerly owned the territory but after the War of 1812, American white settlers - especially lead miners - moved into the area.

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