Here’s what Robert E. Lee thought about Confederate monuments
The violence that erupted in Charlottesville over the weekend, which left one woman killed and dozens more injured, stemmed from a white nationalist and alt-right protest over the removal of a statue ...
Robert E. Lee Charlottesville Statue: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Charlottesville has attracted white nationalists from across the country because of its Robert E. Lee Statue, which the city council wants to remove.
Pere Lachaise Lap Dance
Père Lachaise Cemetery’s Victor Noir regularly receives posthumous hand jobs from the average public but the exquisite Dita VonTeese is not average and when it comes to sexy…she’s in a class by hersel...
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Not all the wealthy figures of the past were born with a silver spoon in their mouth. In fact, some of history’s most famous business tycoons and royals spent their youths as peasants, poor immigrants...
Here’s what Robert E. Lee thought about Confederate monuments
The violence that erupted in Charlottesville over the weekend, which left one woman killed and dozens more injured, stemmed from a white nationalist and alt-right protest over the removal of a statue ...
Gustav Struve
Gustav Struve, known as Gustav von Struve until he gave up his title (11 October 1805 in Munich, Bavaria – 21 August 1870 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary), was a German politician, lawyer and publicist, an...
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Pere Lachaise Lap Dance
Père Lachaise Cemetery’s Victor Noir regularly receives posthumous hand jobs from the average public but the exquisite Dita VonTeese is not average and when it comes to sexy…she’s in a class by hersel...
7 Amazing Rags To Riches Stories
Not all the wealthy figures of the past were born with a silver spoon in their mouth. In fact, some of history’s most famous business tycoons and royals spent their youths as peasants, poor immigrants...
George Ede
George Matthew Ede (born 22 February 1834 in Itchen, Southampton; died 13 March 1870 at Sefton, Liverpool) was an English cricketer. Ede was the twin brother of Edward Ede, Sr.. The Ede brothers were ...
John Hugh Smith
John Hugh Smith (1819-1870) was an American Whig politician. He served as the Mayor of Nashville, Tennessee three times, from 1845 to 1846, from 1850 to 1853, and from 1862 to 1865.
He was born in...
Carmen (1949 ballet)
Carmen is a ballet created by Roland Petit and his company ‘Les Ballets de Paris’ at the Prince's Theatre in London on 21 February 1949, which has entered the repertory of ballet companies in France a...
Jean-Baptiste Sanson de Pongerville
Jean-Baptiste Sanson de Pongerville (3 March 1782 in Abbeville – 22 January 1870 in Paris) was a French a man of letters and poet. He was elected the tenth occupant of Académie française seat 3...
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William Henry Benson
William Henry Benson (1803, probably in Dublin - 27 January 1870) was a civil servant in British India and an amateur malacologist. He made large collections of molluscs and described numerous species...
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Michael William Balfe
Michael William Balfe (15 May 1808 – 20 October 1870) was an Irish composer, best-remembered for his opera The Bohemian Girl.After a short career as a violinist, Balfe pursued an operatic singing care...
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Andrew J. Applegate
Andrew J. Applegate (October 14, 1833 – August 21, 1870) was the first Lieutenant Governor of Alabama, serving during Reconstruction. A Republican, Applegate served Governor William H. Smith of the sa...
Domniţa Rallou Caragea
Domniţa (Princess) Rallou Caragea (Greek: Rallou Karatza Greek: Ραλλού Καρατζά; 1799–1870), was a Romanian culture personality. She was the daughter of the Prince of Wallachia, Ioan Caragea, (r. 1...
Truman H. Hoag
Truman Harrison Hoag (April 9, 1816 - February 5, 1870) was a U.S. Representative from Ohio.Born in Manlius, New York, Hoag attended the public schools.He moved to Syracuse, New York, in 1832 and was ...
Giuseppina Bozzacchi
Giuseppina Bozzacchi (23 November 1853 – 23 November 1870) was an Italian ballerina, noted for creating the role of Swanhilda in Léo Delibes' ballet Coppélia at the age of 16.Bozzacchi, who was born i...
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Cyrus Redding
Cyrus Redding (1785, Cornwall - 1870) was a British journalist and wine writer.
The son of a Baptist minister, Redding was privately educated. He moved to London about 1806, and worked for the Pil...
George Rodgers (VC)
George Rodgers VC (January 1829 – 9 March 1870) was a Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded ...
Aşub-i Can Kadın Efendi
Inşirah Hanımefendi (fully Devletlu İkinci Ikbal Inşirah Hanımefendi Hazretleri, Ottoman Turkish: انشراح خانم آفندی, July 1887 - 10 June 1930) (Inşirah meaning "Opening, openness, spaciousness, de...
A Prisoner of Birth
A Prisoner of Birth is a mystery novel by English author Jeffrey Archer, first published on 6 March 2008 by Macmillan. This book is a contemporary retelling of Dumas's The Count of Monte Cristo. The n...
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Adolf Ferdinand Wenceslaus Brix
Adolf Ferdinand Wenceslaus Brix (born February 20, 1798 in Wesel, died February 14, 1870 in Charlottenburg, Berlin) was a German mathematician and engineer. The unit for specific gravity of liquids, ...
James Powell (cricketer)
James Powell (born 3 April 1792 at Eton, Buckinghamshire; died 5 May 1870 at Eton) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1818 to 1822.Mainly associated with Maryleb...
James I. Van Alen
James Isaac Van Alen (August 7, 1777 – December 23, 1870) was a United States Representative from New York and a half brother of U.S. President Martin Van Buren.
Born in Kinderhook, he attended th...
Poul Pagh
Poul Pagh (14 February 1796 – 30 November 1870) was a Danish merchant and shipowner who played an important role in developing industry and commerce in the city of Aalborg. In 1827, he started a thriv...
Siegfried Karfunkelstein
Siegfried Karfunkelstein (21 February 1848 - 30 October 1870) was a German Jewish soldier. He joined the army in 1866 and fought during the Austro-Prussian War, and was later killed in action during ...
John W. A. Sanford
John W. A. Sanford (August 28, 1798 – September 12, 1870) was a United States Representative and farmer from Georgia.Sanford was born near Milledgeville, Georgia, in 1798. He attended Yale University ...
Amund Helland (merchant)
Amund Helland (17 August 1786 – 20 August 1870) was a Norwegian merchant, and a leader of the Haugean religious movement.
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Edward Thomson
Edward Thomson (October 12, 1810 – March 21, 1870) was an American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church (and therefore also of the United Methodist Church), elected in 1864.
Thomson was ...
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