Émile-Henri Brunner-Lacoste
Émile-Henri Brunner-Lacoste, a painter of fruit, flowers, and game, and of landscape, genre, and decorative subjects, exhibited frequently at the Paris Salon. He died in 1881, aged 43.
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Christopher Dresser
Christopher Dresser (4 July 1834 in Glasgow – 24 November 1904 in Mulhouse) was a designer and design theorist, now widely known as one of the first and most important, independent, designers and was ...
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Wallace Wilkerson
Wallace Wilkerson (c. 1834 – May 16, 1879) was an American stockman who was sentenced to death by the Territory of Utah for the murder of William Baxter. Wilkerson professed his innocence, but c...
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Henare Matua
Henare Matua (c.1838–1894) was a New Zealand tribal leader, reformer and politician. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngati Kahungunu iwi. He was born in Nukutaurua, Hawke's Bay, New Zea...
Tookoolito
Tookoolito (Inuktitut: Taqulittuq) (c. 1838 – December 31, 1876) known as "Hannah" among whalers of Cumberland Sound, was an Inuk woman who served as translator and guide to Charles Francis ...
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Jakub Skrobanek
Jakub Skrobanek (born c. 1835 - died 1910) was a merchant, banker and mayor of Cieszyn.He was owner of tenement on marketplace in Cieszyn. From 1873 until 1894 he was councillor of Cieszyn. From 1875,...
Thomas Carey (Australian politician)
Thomas Campbell Carey (1832 or 1833 – 4 September 1884) was the surveyor to whom John and Alexander Forrest were apprenticed, and was later a Member of the Western Australian Legislative Council...
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John Moore (bishop of St Augustine)
Bishop John Moore (born 27 June 1834 or 1835) served as the second Bishop of St. Augustine, Florida from 1877-1901.
Moore was born in County Westmeath, Ireland and moved to Charleston, South Carol...
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Riyad Pasha
Riyad Pasha (1835 or 1836–1911) was an Egyptian statesman. His name can also be spelled Riaz Pasha and Riyāḍ Bāshā (Arabic: رياض باشا‎). He served as Prime Minister of Egypt three times duri...
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Edgar Degas
Edgar Degas (/deɪˈɡɑː/ or /ˈdeɪɡɑː/; [ilɛʁ ʒɛʁmɛ̃ ɛdɡɑʁ dəɡɑ]; born Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas; 19 July 1834 – 27 September 1917) was a French artist famous for his paintings, sculptures, prints, an...
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Antonga Black Hawk
Antonga, or Black Hawk (b. c. 1830- d. 26 September 1870), was a nineteenth-century war chief of the Ute Tribe in what is the present-day state of Utah. He led the Utes against Mormon settlers and gai...
George Nicholl
George Frederick Nicholl (1832 or 1833 – 28 July 1913) was a British academic, who held the position of Lord Almoner's Professor of Arabic at the University of Oxford from 1878 until 1909.
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Joseph Sadler
Joseph Henry Sadler (born c. 1839) was a British professional rower who twice won the World Sculling Championship. Before 1876, the English Sculling Championship was considered to be the premier event...
Augusto Rivalta
Augusto Rivalta (1835 or 1838 – April 14, 1925 in Florence) was an Italian sculptor.
Rivalta was born in Alessandria, Italy to Genoese parents. In 1859, he moved to Florence, but soon swept up in ...
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Usta Gambar Karabakhi
Usta Gambar Karabakhi (Azerbaijani: Usta Qəmbər Qarabağı; 1830s, Shusha - 1905, Shusha) was an Azerbaijani ornamentalist painter, author of impressive decorative paintings with egg tempera (plant ...
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Charlotte Knollys
Honourable Elizabeth Charlotte Knollys (c. 1835 – 24 April 1930) was a Lady of the Bedchamber, and the first woman private secretary, to Princess Alexandra of Denmark, later Queen Alexandra...
Catherine Kendrigan
Catherine Kendrigan (c. 1837 – May 1853), murder victim.Kendrigan was a native of the parish of Kiltullagh, midway between the towns of Athenry and Loughrea. She worked as a servant in a pub or ...
Kadungure Mapondera
Chief Kadungure Mapondera helped to lead the Shona people of Southern Africa against British colonial forces in the 1890s. He eventually surrendered to his enemies and was tried and sentenced to impri...
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Mary Bowser
Mary Elizabeth Bowser (born c. 1839) was an American freed slave who worked in connection with Elizabeth Van Lew as a Union spy during the Civil War.
Mary Elizabeth Bowser was born in Richmond, Vi...
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George Landseer
George Landseer, was an English painter born 1829 and died in London 1878; he was the nephew of Sir Edwin Henry Landseer and his father Thomas Landseer was also an artist. He studied at the R.A. schoo...
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