Happy Birthday, Mark Twain! 20 Of His Quotes To Make You Smile
Known as the "greatest American humorist of his age, Samuel Langhorne Clemens — aka Mark Twain — would have celebrated his 144th birthday today. Though his best-known works include The Adventures of T...
Harvard Neurosurgeon Confirms The Afterlife Exists
Do we have a soul? Is there life after death?  The afterlife is something that has been experienced by countless people since recorded history who have returned to tell their tales, with the most note...
Nadar (photographer)
Episode Four: So here is a little (VERY LITTLE) bit of information on the photographer Nadar (Gaspard-Félix Tournachon) A man of science and art. There is pl...
Willie Anderson (golfer)
In this flashback from 1986 Richard Dean Anderson and Paul Reiser compete for Julianne Phillips' affection. Complete with pastel clothing and obligatory red ...
Louis Welden Hawkins
Music: Prologue - The Highest Point (Perfume - The Story of a Murderer - Original Soundtrack composed by Tom Tykwer, Johnny Klimer & Reinhold Heil - Sir Simo...
Winslow Homer
Winslow Homer (February 24, 1836 September 29, 1910) was an American landscape painter and printmaker, best known for his marine subjects. He is considered o...
Louis Welden Hawkins - YouTube
Apr 4, 2011 ... Louis Welden Hawkins (1849-1910) nació en Alemania de padre Inglés, después de tomar la nacionalidad francesa. Era un detallado ...
Nathan Dudley
Nathan Augustus Monroe Dudley (August 20, 1825 – April 29, 1910) was a soldier who served as a Colonel of Volunteers and sometimes as an acting Brigadier General of Volunteers for the Union Army...
Mark Kropyvnytsky
Marko Kropyvnytsky (Ukrainian: Марко Лукич Кропивницький, Marko Lukych Kropyvnytsky; May 7, 1840, Bezhbairaky (Kropyvnytske) village (now Kirovograd region) - 21 April 1910) was a Ukrainian writ...
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Happy Birthday, Mark Twain! 20 Of His Quotes To Make You Smile
Known as the "greatest American humorist of his age, Samuel Langhorne Clemens — aka Mark Twain — would have celebrated his 144th birthday today. Though his best-known works include The Adventures of T...
Paul E. Harney
Paul Harney was born on October 21, 1850 in New Orleans, the son of Paul and Susan Ferris Harney. They moved to St. Louis when he was very young. He was an early student of artist Albon Jasper Conant...
Harvard Neurosurgeon Confirms The Afterlife Exists
Do we have a soul? Is there life after death?  The afterlife is something that has been experienced by countless people since recorded history who have returned to tell their tales, with the most note...
George Mundinger
George Mundinger (November 20, 1854 – October 12, 1910) was a Major League Baseball catcher for the 1884 Indianapolis Hoosiers. He played in the minors through 1887.
Byron Andrews
Byron Andrews (1852–1910) was an American journalist, ambassador, statesman, lecturer and author. He was part owner of the National Tribune newspaper and publishing company in Washington, D.C..
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William Pryor Letchworth
William Pryor Letchworth (May 26, 1823 – December 1, 1910) was an American businessman notable for his charitable work.
William was born in Brownville, New York on May 26, 1823, the fourth o...
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Tarabai Shinde
Tarabai Shinde (1850–1910) was a feminist activist who protested patriarchy and caste in 19th century India. She is known for her published work, Stri Purush Tulana ("A Comparison Between Women and Me...
Frédéric Desmons
Frédéric Desmons (1832 in Brignon, Gard – 1910) was a French Calvinist priest and freemason who persuaded the Grand Orient de France in a vote to remove the term of the Great Architect of the Universe...
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John Quincy Adams Ward
John Quincy Adams Ward (June 29, 1830 – May 1, 1910) was an American sculptor, who is most familiar for his over-lifesize standing statue of George Washington on the steps of Federal Hall on Wall Stre...
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J. A. Wood
John A. Wood (June 11, 1837 – December 18, 1910), known as J.A. Wood, was an architect in the United States. His work in upstate New York included projects in Poughkeepsie and Kingston, New York as we...
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Jean Alfred Gagné
Jean-Alfred Gagné (April 17, 1842 – August 8, 1910) was a lawyer, merchant, judge and political figure in Quebec. He represented Chicoutimi—Saguenay in the Canadian House of Commons from 1882 to...
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George E. Goodfellow
Dr. George Emory Goodfellow (December 23, 1855 – December 7, 1910) was a physician and naturalist in the American Old West who developed a reputation as the United States' foremost...
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Delphine Ugalde
(Gabrielle) Delphine (Elisabeth) Ugalde, née Beaucé, (3 December 1829 – 19 July 1910) was a French soprano and composer. She was the mother of Marguerite Ugalde.Delphine Ugalde was born in Paris...
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Sandy McDougal
John Auchanbolt McDougal (May 21, 1874 – October 2, 1910) was a 19th-century Major League Baseball pitcher. He pitched in one game for the Brooklyn Grooms in the 1895 season and five games for the St...
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Bjørnstjerne Martinius Bjørnson ([ˈbjøːɳˈstjæːɳə ˈbjøːɳˈʂɔn]; 8 December 1832 – 26 April 1910) was a Norwegian writer who received the 1903 Nobel Prize in Literature "as a tribute to his noble, magnif...
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Robert Boog Watson
Robert Boog Watson BA FRSE (26 September 1823 – 23 June 1910) was a Scottish malacologist and minister of the Free Church of Scotland best known as the author of the report on the Scaphopoda and Gastr...
John Moisant
John Bevins Moisant (April 25, 1868 – December 31, 1910), known as the "King of Aviators," was an American aviator, aeronautical engineer, flight instructor, businessman, and revolutionary. As a...
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Charles Gregory
Charles Gregory may refer to: