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Abbot, Lyman - American theologian - Short biography of Lyman Abbot, 19th and early 20th century American writer and theologian.
Beaumont, William - Family and Genealogy - Dr. William Beaumont (1785-1853) was the U.S. Army surgeon who researched the physiology of human digestion, working with a patient who had a hole in his stomach.
Brown, Jesse Leroy - Biography and history of the ship. USS Jesse L. Brown (FFT-1089) was named in honor of Ensign Jesse Leroy Brown, U.S. Naval Reserve, the first black aviator in the U.S. Navy, and the first black naval officer to lose his life in combat during the Korean War.
Corbett, Boston - The story of Boston Corbett, the soldier who shot and killed John Wilkes Booth.
Eastman, George - The story of George Eastman, and the transformation of photography.
First Recording on the Edison Phonograph - The First Promotional Recording by Len Spencer on Thomas Edison's invention: The Phonograph. Available online in Real Audio and MP3 Formats.
Fisher, Carl - How the vision of entrepreneur Carl Fisher created America's premier vacation destination - Miami Beach.
Freeman, Elizabeth 'Mumbet' - One of the first black women slaves to be set free in the USA.
Garrison, William Lloyd - A study of Garrison's views on non-resistance, their influence in the abolitionist movement, and lessons for the future. By Ernest Crosby
Green, Hetty - All about the Witch of Wall Street, who died the world's most famous miser.
Hershey, Milton - A biographical site about the founder of the Hershey Chocolate Company. Timeline, short biography, and links.
John Muir Exhibit - Sierra Club's tribute to their founder whose home is an historical landmark in Martinez. This page contains links to information about the John Muir House, and general information about Martinez.
McKean, Col. Thomas - A Neglected Founding Father - Detailed overview of McKean's life and career - includes a biography, contributions to PA, DE, and the U.S., a chronology of his political offices, his genealogy, and writings.
Mirrors of Washington - Online version of the text containing biographies of political figures in United States history.
Murrow, Edward R. - Portrait of Edward R. Murrow, a journalist who dared to uphold freedom of thought in a time of McCarthyism.
Spotlight Biography: Elections and Voting - Article on three people who changed the electoral landscape in America: Andrew Jackson, Lucretia Coffin Mott, and Carrie Chapman Catt.
Tilden, Samuel J. - Forgotten U.S. President - Free teleplay about the US Presidential election of 1876 and Samuel Tilden, who won the popular vote but lost the electoral college vote.
Uncle Sam Image Gallery - Pictures and historical information about Uncle Sam, an American legend based on an actual person.
Walker, Madam C.J. - An account of the life of an entrepreneur, who rose from the cotton fields of the South to become a successful self-made American businesswoman. [Created by her great-great-granddaughter, A'Lelia Bundles.]
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