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The following timeline describes the major events of Earth-616 in the 19th century of the Marvel Universe Timeline.

19th century

Jebediah Fate betrayed his captain, Maura Hawke, to the Satyr Khordes, offering her as a prisoner in exchange for treasure. When Hawke stabbed Khordes, the Satyr used his magic to curse Hawke and her crew. The curse was lifted when Hawke's reincarnation, Maura Spinner, decided to willingly stay with the resurrected Khordes[1]

Napoleonic Wars

The Empire went to war with France beginning the Napoleonic Wars in 1803.[2] Britain defeated Napoléon Bonaparte and his armies at Waterloo in 1815, and took many of their colonies in the process.[3]

It was during this time that the White House was burnt down during the War of 1812, which was a conflict between the USA and the British Empire.[4][5]

Ichisumi first activated in 1833 in Kumamoto, Japan. She was collected by Apocalypse and "stored" for later use as the Famine of his Final Horsemen.[6]

In the 1840's captain Ahab of the Pequod battled a giant whale like creature. The resulting clash was fictionalized into the literary classic, Moby Dick.[7]

Wild West

Main article: Wild West

Many adventurers and criminals were active in North America's "Wild West", some of whom used costumed identities, such as the Two-Gun Kid, the original Ghost Rider (later renamed the Phantom Rider and succeeded by three other men), Kid Colt, the Outlaw Kid, the Apache Kid, and the Red Wolf. Other non-masked gunfighters of the era included the Rawhide Kid, the Gunhawks, the unrelated Gunhawk, and Caleb Hammer. All of these gunslingers, save for the Rawhide Kid, the Red Wolf, and the Gunhawk Reno Jones are known to have been murdered or killed in battle by the century's end. Most of them died in a blaze of glory in 1885, defending the town of Wonderment, Montana from the land-grabbing Nightriders.[8] That said, the Two-Gun Kid is known to have used time travel to visit the present from a time before his death on at least two separate occasions; on the first such occasion, he joined the super-heroic Avengers.[9] The ghost of Carter Slade (one of the last Phantom Riders) would later possess his modern-day ancestor, Lincoln Slade, who became the Phantom Rider.[10]

American Civil War

The mutant Jeb Lee was collected by Apocalypse and "stored" for later use as the Pestilence of his Final Horsemen.[6]

The mutant Tobias Messenger was active in the 19th century.[11]

In 1859 A.D., Dr. Nathaniel Essex presented his work and theories on the Essex Factor, illustrated by a cadaver he pieced together from human and animal remains. He was rejected by the Royal Society of London. He then looked for "freaks" and was shown a collection of some of them by the Marauders[12] Essex later met with Apocalypse and time-travelling Cyclops and Phoenix.[12]

In 1860 A.D., the British and the French allied together to fight the Chinese during the the Second Opium War. They faced the Iron Fist at the Forts of Taku. Although a great warrior, the army lost and were taken prisoner and forced into hard labor, and then the power of the Iron Fist left him.[13]

Baron Hobart Zemo was the tenth Baron in the Zemo family lineage. Hobart was killed during a civilian uprising in 1879. After attempts were made on the life of the German emperor, William I, the previous year, there was legislation passed that outlawed the social democratic party which led to the uprising. Hobart's great-grandson from the future, Helmut Zemo, had tried to save his life, but went back in time before being able to do so.[14]

In 1882 A.D., James Howlett was born in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada.[15]

In 1890 A.D., the events that inspired Bram Stoker's novel Dracula occurred, although Dracula survived the conclusion by transforming into mist when stabbed by Abraham van Helsing and his vampire hunters.[16]

In 1897 A.D., when Vampires began plaguing London, the Clan Akkaba awoke Apocalypse to help destroy them.[17] After he would remain suspended animation until the modern era, and Dracula was staked by Abraham van Helsing.[18] Dracula was revived by none other than the Frankenstein's monster, and after the two fought, Dracula returned to and killed van Helsing. Van Helsing was survived by at least one child, and his granddaughter Rachel would fight Dracula in the modern era.[19]

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