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John Lewis died April 1 1910 better known by his alias Indian or

John Lewis died April 1 1910 better known by his alias Indian or


John Lewis (died April 1, 1910), better known by his alias Indian or Spanish Louie (Lewis), was an American criminal and member of the Humpty Jackson Gang, ...

Nathan 'Kid Dropper' Kaplan

Lewis Thornton Powell, also known as Lewis Payne, attempted to assassinate Secretary of State William Seward at the same time as John Wilkes Booth

Samuel Langhorne Clemens (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), better known by his pen name Mark Twain, was an American author and humorist.

Jack London

Samuel Clemens in 1902

Gang leader Humpty Jackson

Edward "Monk" Eastman (1875 – December 26, 1920) was a New York City gangster who founded and led the Eastman Gang, which became one of the most powerful ...

The Waste Land[edit]

Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), American Gilded Age era writer, with his good…


Service in Lord Salisbury's governments[edit]

Paine, Clemens and Harvey

Jack Lansky was an underling of his brother, Meyer Lansky, in the operation of

[SHS 018163] Mark Twain, bust view, facing forward

Early Years and Education

Ove came to England from his native Denmark in 1903 and married English lady Ada Bright in 1906.

George Atzerodt

Former Akron resident Scatman Crothers (1910-1986) was an actor, singer, dancer and musician. | Akron Beacon Journal file photo

Anti-capitalism or anti-imperialism? Interwar authoritarian and fascist sources of a reactionary ideology: The case of the Bolivian MNR

Любимое хобби Марка Твена.

Lewis Thornton Powell… also known as Lewis Paine or Payne ... in custody at the Washington Navy Yard 1865

Bynum Colbert

The Granville County – Lumbee Connections

Photographer Albert Barden with his sisters, Daisy and Violet, c. 1910.

John Lewis Harrison, 84, completed his journey on this earth and returned to his Father in Heaven on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 in Richfield.

The last Port Phillip arrival for now, Catherine Perkison also travelled on board the Pemberton. She was to marry an Englishman, Joseph Nixon, ...

In 1894 Ernest sold Sections 38 & 39 to his friend and business partner John E. Salisbury, on the understanding that his parents could stay in their home.


Mississippi Choctaw Phillip Martin and his wife Bonnie with two kids

Clemens as a riverboat pilot ...

Thomas Hawley (1851-after 1910) was married to Bettie Dunstan-Bass.

FREE INDIANS OF THE UCAYALI RIVER. (Observe their robust appearance

The only son of Perry L. and Helen W. (Wimer) Davis, Sidney, was born April 25, 1927, in Knob Noster. He graduated Knob Noster High School in the class ...

HALLEN, LOUIS (or LEWIS) F. (1831-1898). Unknown rank, 5th New York Infantry. A native of Sweden, he immigrated to the United States at age eighteen.

Godolphin Finnie Burslem (1855 - after 1910)

Wenatchi or Nez Perce woman known as Annie from Wenatchee with infant in beaded cradleboard,

Character and appearance[edit]

McMURRAY, ROBERT KERMIT (1837-1910). Second lieutenant, 13th Regiment, New York State Militia, Engineers, and Company E. A Brooklyn native, his father owned ...

1895-2011, April 09, 1910, Image 9 « Chronicling America « Library of Congress

Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Nov 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), better

Lewis Hine - Freckles (1)

... his daughter, Dorothy Arnold, who disappeared in 1910 and was never found. He last resided at 65 East 80th Street in Manhattan. His cause of death was ...

Dr. Thomas Henry Gaze: better known to New Thought folks and Aquarians as Harry Gaze, and to media historians as the last husband of Olive Wyndham, ...


Charles Erskine Scott Wood

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th day of January AD 1869. John A. Cole, County Clerk.

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[SHS 0243051] Samuel Langhorne Clemens

Quewich and his children

Inscription: “Your teacher and friend, Louis C. Elson.” A photo card glued into the front of Elson”s The History of American Music, 1904, owned by his pupil ...

John Lewis & Mitty Tracy

I. DeWitt Vermilye ...

Captain, 134th Illinois Infantry, Company E. A native of Hudson, New York, he is the brother of Robert Milligan (see). Milligan was living in Chicago and ...

... this family group including Opal; Maxine; Mamie; Maude; William; Leon's mother, (Amanda) Irene; and James.

He married Sara Louisa Richmond April 26, 1918. She was born April 02, 1892 in Mississippi230,231, and died March 27, 1972.

His only son Dennis, though he never came to this country, was deeply interested in American affairs, and at one time had an official ...

Captain of the Champion Forrest City Baseball Team in 1910, Thomas O'Brien, Proprietor of the Palace Market

Favored Young Choctaw Freedman

1841 06 08 MC John Lewis Eliza Hedgeley Ipad obtained 08 07 1987

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The Reverend John Cotton (so-called) 1585–1652

HH Holmes photo

John Lewis & Sarah Harris

figure. Figure 1 Pandita Ramabai and ...

... Marshall County, MS; died March 15, 1926 in Searcy, White County, AR.

1895-2011, April 09, 1910, Image 9 « Chronicling America « Library of Congress

(Link to death certificate)

Captain, 1st New York Infantry; private, 7th Regiment, New York State Militia, Company H. Originally from England, he became a citizen in 1859, and was ...

J. V. Mansfield was born Valentine or Volentine Mansfield, to Jera Mansfield, a fairly prosperous farmer, and Lucretia Corbin, in Dudley, Massachusetts or ...

She worked in the development offices at both Loyola School and The Speyer Legacy School before joining St. Bernard's. In her free time she enjoys traveling ...

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Former Akron resident Scatman Crothers (1910-1986) was an actor, singer, dancer and musician. | Akron Beacon Journal file photo

Jack Carson (I) (1910–1963)

Wallace Reid Picture

Below is a photograph of Margaret and William at their diamond wedding anniversary in April 1910. Thanks to Louris Loughland who provided the photo.


Mrs M. de G. Verrall (upper) and her daughter Helen, later Mrs Salter, were both automatists in the cross-correspondence writings. Mrs Salter also analysed ...

Betty and Leon Green, ([email protected]), of Carbondale, Colorado sent the following information and followed up with two photos, (1) William and Mamie, ...

Babe Ruth

Family of Maclin Bass Johnson

She was born November 13, 1836 in Temple Hill, Barren County, Kentucky, and died April 15, 1929 in Summer Shade, Metcalfe County, Kentucky.