John Timon
Most Rev. John Timon, C.M. (February 12, 1797 – April 16, 1867) was the first Roman Catholic Bishop of Buffalo, New York.
Born in Conewago, Pennsylvania, he grew up in Baltimore, Maryland w...
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Ansel Williamson
Ansel Williamson was an African-American thoroughbred horse racing trainer. He was born a slave in Virginia sometime around the middle part of the 19th century. In 1864 he was purchased by Robert A. A...
Kendric Smith
Kendric Smith is the current holder of the Arkansas state record for most touchdowns in a football game, with 9. Smith played in what has been called the greatest high school football game of all time...
John Other Day
John Other Day, a Dakota mediator from Minnesota, who sought peace between Indian tribes and white settlers.During the Dakota War of 1862, Other Day guided 62 European-Americans 150 miles through Nati...
Hazel Sampson
Hazel M. Sampson (May 26, 1910 – February 4, 2014) was an American Klallam elder and language preservationist. Sampson was the last native speaker of the Klallam language, as well as the oldest member...