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Francisco Montes de Oca y Saucedo
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Maria Gartman
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Naoroji Furdunji
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Samuel Stillman Osgood
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James M. Bingham
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Richard Muspratt
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Guillaume Gamelin Gaucher
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Benjamin Gratz Brown
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Henry Poingdestre
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Joseph Hubbard Echols
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Henry F. French
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Heinrich Häser
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He was born at Rome, the son of the musician August Ferdinand Häser. He studied medicine at the University of Jena, taught there from 1836 t...
Leopold Damrosch
Leopold Damrosch (October 22, 1832 – February 15, 1885) was a German American orchestral conductor and composer.
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Hiram McCullough
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Jean Étienne Duby
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Henri Marie Bouley
Henri Marie Bouley (17.5.1814 – 2.12.1885) was a pioneering French veterinarian and pathologist. Bouley was professor of surgical pathology at the École nationale vétérinaire d'Alfort (National Veteri...
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Thomas Matthias Weguelin
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Joseph d'Aguilar Samuda
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J. A. Chapman
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Chapman was born in Friend...
Oliver Warner (Massachusetts)
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Théodore Ballu
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Godai Tomoatsu
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Jesse Henry Leavenworth
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Herman Dehlman
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Julius Benedict
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Theodoric R. Westbrook
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John Francis Campbell
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John B. Jervis
John Bloomfield Jervis (December 14, 1795 – January 12, 1885) was an American civil engineer. America's leading consulting engineer of the antebellum era (1820–60), Jervis designed and supervised the ...
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John Light Atlee
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