Maggie Mann

(1829 - 1897)

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Maggie Mann
1829 - 1897
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c. 1829
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January 24, 1897
Manhattan County, New York United States
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Maggie Mann was born c. 1829. She died on January 24, 1897 in New York at 68 years old.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Maggie Mann passed away on January 24, 1897 in New York at 68 years of age. She was born c. 1829. There is no information about Maggie's family.

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In 1829, in the year that Maggie Mann was born, on May 6th, the patent for an instrument called an "accordion" was applied for by German citizen Cyrill Demian. The patent described the accordion this way: "Its appearance essentially consists of a little box with feathers of metal plates and bellows fixed to it, in such a way that it can easily be carried, and therefore traveling visitors to the country will appreciate the instrument."

In 1835, she was merely 6 years old when on January 30th, the first known attempt to kill a sitting President of the United States occurred just outside the United States Capitol Building. President Andrew Jackson was leaving the building after the funeral of South Carolina Representative Warren R. Davis. An Englishman, Richard Lawrence - who was unemployed and possibly mentally ill - stepped out and attempted to shoot. His gun misfired so he pulled out another gun - which also misfired. He was immediately caught.

In 1850, by the time she was 21 years old, on March 19th, American Express was started as an express mail service. Henry Wells & William Fargo joined forces - each had a delivery service - to found the company. At the beginning, express delivery in New York was virtually monopolized by American Express - which is now a financial services company.

In 1880, Maggie was 51 years old when in October, the "Blizzard of 1880" began in North America - considered the most severe winter ever known in the US. Many areas were snowbound throughout the whole winter, which was made famous in Laura Ingalls Wilder's book The Long Winter.

In 1897, in the year of Maggie Mann's passing, in the January 22nd issue of "Engineering", the word "computer" was first used to refer to a mechanical calculation device. Previously - since the 17th century - the term computer meant "one who computes" and referred to human beings who worked with numbers.

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c. 1882 - Mar 6, 1897 1882 - 1897
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c. 1892 - Aug 23, 1893 1892 - 1893
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c. 1906 - May 24, 1920 1906 - 1920
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c. 1916 - Feb 8, 1920 1916 - 1920
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c. 1924 - Mar 30, 1925 1924 - 1925
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c. 1909 - Nov 25, 1926 1909 - 1926
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c. 1917 - Jul 27, 1926 1917 - 1926
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c. 1924 - Dec 18, 1927 1924 - 1927
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c. 1928 - Mar 7, 1933 1928 - 1933
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c. 1932 - Oct 3, 1933 1932 - 1933
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c. 1926 - Nov 4, 1930 1926 - 1930
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c. 1936 - Feb 16, 1939 1936 - 1939
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c. 1932 - Dec 10, 1941 1932 - 1941
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c. 1945 - Dec 16, 1946 1945 - 1946
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- Oct 1, 1947 ? - 1947
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c. 1868 - May 21, 1933 1868 - 1933
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c. 1861 - May 24, 1935 1861 - 1935
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c. 1845 - Jan 16, 1933 1845 - 1933
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c. 1867 - Jul 20, 1898 1867 - 1898
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c. 1861 - Apr 18, 1904 1861 - 1904
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