Football was common in England during the 1800's although it was a much tougher sport than it is today. Irish sports like Gaelic football and hurling were also popular.
america in the 1800s
Which advancements in technology in the late 1800s are staying in the United States today
I believe that volleyball, badminton (I think!), basketball (I think!), and football were sports in the 1800s.
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They are the same as today.
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In the 1800s, specifically during the groundbreaking Harvard-Yale contest in 1875, the uniforms of football players were made of moleskins. Players were not allowed to place pads underneath their uniforms.
The same as they are today.
In the late 1800s they did not have the sewage systems and waste disposal that we have today.
in football in the 1800s you made about 1000 a year which was a lot
No, the samurai were abolished in the late 1800s.
Sheep and cattle, as they are today.
The same as if you were bitten today.
In the early 1800s, the East and West were linked by canals. I'm not sure about the links that exist today.
Puberty tends to come at an earlier age now than in the 1800s.
Basicaly the same ones as we have today. there are a few more cult type religions today.
We don't have as much unrenewable resources today as we did in the 1800s like our oil for instance.
The same way it is made today- by milking a cow or goat. In the 1800s, they were milked by hand, today that is done by a milking machine. But milk is still made by cows and goats.
Why is it easier for today´s immigrants to keep in touch with friends and family than it was for those who came in the 1800s
Soccer (some call it football) originated in England in the 1800s.
John Perry was the inventor of football with rules in the early-mid 1800s