What is another word for 1780s?

7 synonyms found


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The 1780s is a crucial decade in world history, and there are several synonyms we can use to describe this period. One term is the "eighteen-eighties," which also refers to the 1780s in a different form. Another commonly used phrase is the "decade of revolution," highlighting the significant political and social changes that occurred globally during this era. Some historians refer to the 1780s as the "Age of Enlightenment" or the "Age of Revolution," recognizing the intellectual and philosophical shifts that took place during this decade. Regardless of the terms used to describe this time, the 1780s remain a critical period of human history.

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The 1780s was a decade of the 18th century. On September 17, 1780, United States Founding Father James Madison announced in a letter to George Washington that he was nominating Washington to be the first U.S. president. The decade saw the American Revolution come to a close and the first months of the new Republic. In Europe, the French Revolution continued, culminating in the execution of King Louis XVI in 1793. Other important events during the decade included the American invasion of Canada during the Revolution, the beginning of the Dutch War of Independence, and the sinking of the HMS Bounty.

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