George Popham
George Popham (1550–1608) was a pioneering colonist from Maine, born in the southwestern regions of England. He was an associate of English Colonizer Sir Ferdinando Gorges in a colonization scheme for...
Stephen Bayard
Stephen Bayard was the 39th Mayor of New York City from 1744 to 1747.
Charles Bulfinch
Charles Bulfinch (August 8, 1763 – April 15, 1844) was an early American architect, and has been regarded by many as the first native-born American to practice architecture as a profession.Bulfinch sp...
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Edward Fuller (Mayflower passenger)
Edward Fuller (c.1575 — winter of 1620/21) was a passenger on the historic 1620 voyage of the ship Mayflower. He was a signatory to the Mayflower Compact and perished with his wife soon after the pass...
John Strong (colonist)
John Strong (1610-1699) was an English-born New England colonist, politician, Puritan church leader, tanner and one of the founders of Windsor, Connecticut and Northampton, Massachusetts as well as th...
Nathaniel Mather
Nathaniel Mather (1631 – 1697) was a Independent minister.
Nathaniel Mather was the second son of Richard Mather, was born at Much Woolton, near Liverpool, Lancashire, on 20 March 163...
Ben Robertson (journalist)
Benjamin Franklin Robertson, Jr., better known as Ben Robertson (1903–1943), was an American author, journalist and World War II war correspondent. He is best known for his memoir Red Hills and Cotton...
Abijah Adams
Abijah Adams (c.1754—May 18, 1816) was a journalist who frequently found himself involved in controversies. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts.He was trained as a tailor, and married Lucy Ballard i...
John Scott (adventurer)
Captain John Scott of Long Island (c.1634?–1696) was a royal advisor, military leader, spy, cartographer, attorney, land speculator, and early settler and leader of Long Island. He lobbied to make Lo...
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Asahel Grant
Asahel Grant (August 17, 1807 – April 24, 1844) was the first American missionary to Persia.Asahel Grant was born at Marshall, N. Y., studied medicine at Pittsfield, Mass., and practiced in Utica, N...
James Bowdoin
James Bowdoin II (/ˈboʊdɪn/; August 7, 1726 – November 6, 1790) was an American political and intellectual leader from Boston, Massachusetts, during the American Revolution. He served in both branches...
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