Chew On This: The History Of Gum
In North America, the Indians chewed spruce tree resin, a practice that continued with the European settlers who followed. In the late 1840s, John Curtis developed the first commercial spruce tree gum...
The Art Of William Bouguereau
William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) was a French academic painter and one of my favourite artists, right up there with Mucha and Waterhouse. His themes were mainly mythological, executed in the Rea...
Charles Ellicott
Charles John Ellicott (1819–1905) was a distinguished English Christian theologian, academic and churchman. He briefly served as Dean of Exeter, then Bishop of the sees of Gloucester and Bristol.
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Henry Holmes (composer)
Henry Holmes (7 November 1839–9 December 1905) was an English violinist, composer, and music educator. His compositional output includes a violin concerto, several works for solo violin, four symphoni...
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Chew On This: The History Of Gum
In North America, the Indians chewed spruce tree resin, a practice that continued with the European settlers who followed. In the late 1840s, John Curtis developed the first commercial spruce tree gum...
Khan Bahadur Raja Jahandad Khan
Khan Bahadur Raja Jahandad Khan, CIE (1851–1905) was an Indian politician and Chief of Gakhars and a descendant of Sultan Sarang.Raja Jahandad took the title of Khan Bahadur on 24 May 1881 and the Co...
Al Mays
Albert C. Mays (May 17, 1865 – May 7, 1905) was a 19th-century Major League Baseball pitcher from 1885 to 1890 in the American Association.Mays died in an accidental drowning in Parkersburg, West Virg...
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Charles Conner
Charles Fremont Conner (1857–1905) was an American artist who was one of the most important painters in the Richmond Group in Richmond, Indiana.Conner is considered as one of the most talented early R...
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The Art Of William Bouguereau
William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) was a French academic painter and one of my favourite artists, right up there with Mucha and Waterhouse. His themes were mainly mythological, executed in the Rea...
Charles Tracey
Charles Tracey (May 27, 1847 – March 24, 1905) was a U.S. Representative from New York.
Born in Albany, New York, Tracey was graduated from The Albany Academy in 1866.He served in the Papal Zouave...
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Ernst Kohlschütter
Ernst Otto Heinrich Kohlschütter (26 December 1837 – 7 September 1905) was a German physician born in Dresden. He was the father of astronomer Arnold Kohlschütter (1883–1969).The son of Dr. Otto...
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Heinrich Bulthaupt
Heinrich Bulthaupt (October 26, 1849 – August 20, 1905) was a German poet, dramatic author, and lawyer, as well as librarian of his native town, Bremen.In both the lyrical and the dramatic genre...
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Charles Alfred Drury
Charles Alfred Drury (1844 – January 12, 1905) was an Ontario farmer and political figure. He represented Simcoe East in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as a Liberal member from 1882 to 1890.He wa...
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Xavier Coppolani
Xavier Coppolani was a French military and colonial leader, who was instrumental in the colonial occupation and creation of modern-day Mauritania.Born to Corsican parents in French-ruled Algeria, he w...
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Hugh Boyle Ewing
Hugh Boyle Ewing, (October 31, 1826 – June 30, 1905), was a diplomat, author, attorney, and Union Army general during the American Civil War. He was a member of the prestigious Ewing family, son...
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Julius Oppert
Julius Oppert (July 9, 1825 – August 21, 1905), French-German Assyriologist, was born at Hamburg, of Jewish parents.After studying at Heidelberg, Bonn and Berlin, he graduated at Kiel in 1847; and the...
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Charles McAnally
Charles McAnally (May 12, 1836 – 1905) was an officer in the Union Army who received the United States military's highest award for bravery, the Medal of Honor, for his actions in the American Civil W...
Alfred Saunders
Alfred Saunders (12 June 1820 – 28 October 1905) was a 19th-century New Zealand politician.
He was elected onto the Nelson Provincial Council representing Waimea South in 1855 and remained a counc...
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Horace Austin
Horace Austin (October 15, 1831 – November 2, 1905) was an American politician. He served as the sixth Governor of Minnesota from January 9, 1870 to January 7, 1874. He was a Republican...
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Tobia Polese
Tobia Polese or Tobias Polese (January 19, 1865 - 1905) was an Italian painter. He was born in Torre del Greco, in the province of Naples, and studied in the Institute of Fine Arts of Naples. He grad...
Louise Michel
Louise Michel ([lwiz miʃɛl]; 1830–1905) was a French anarchist, school teacher and medical worker. She often used the pseudonym Clémence and was also known as the red virgin of Montmartre. Journalist ...
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Charles Martin Crandall
Charles Martin Crandall (May 30, 1833 – Jun 25, 1905) was an American inventor and toy-maker. He was best known for various toy blocks, "Crandall's Acrobats", "Noah's Dominoes", "Illuminated Pictorial...
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Isidor Seiss
Isidor Seiss (23 December 1840 – 25 September 1905) was a German composer, conductor, pianist, piano pedagogue and philanthropist. His surname also appears as Seiß, and his first name a...
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George Wirgman Hemming
George Wirgman Hemming (1821–1905) was an English law reporter and barrister.
Born on 19 August 1821, he was second son of Henry Keene Hemming of Grays, Essex, by his wife Sophia, daughter of Gabr...
Josephine Shaw Lowell
Josephine Shaw Lowell (December 16, 1843 - October 12, 1905) was a Progressive Reform leader in the United States in the Nineteenth century. She is best known for creating the New York Consumers Leagu...
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Alcide Laurin
Alcide Laurin (1881 – February 24, 1905) was a Canadian ice hockey player who played for an Ontario based team in Alexandria. On February 24, 1905, Laurin was beaten to death by 19-year-old Allan Lone...
Walter Wislicenus
Walter Friedrich Wislicenus (November 5, 1859 – October 3, 1905) was a German astronomer. He taught at the University of Strasbourg starting in 1888, and was a professor from 1897 until his de...
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Lew Wallace
Lewis "Lew" Wallace (April 10, 1827 – February 15, 1905) was an American lawyer, Union general in the American Civil War, governor of the New Mexico Territory, politician, diplomat, and...
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