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Major General James B. Aleshire (1856 - 1925)

General Aleshire was the first Quartermaster General to serve as head of the newly established Quartermaster Corps. James Buchanan Aleshire, was born October 31, 1856, at Gallipolis, Ohio. He was a...

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Brig. General Frederick W. Lander (USA) (1821 - 1862)

Frederick W. Lander (December 17, 1821 – March 2, 1862) was a transcontinental United States explorer, general in the Union Army during the American Civil War, and a prolific poet. Birth and...

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Lucinda Mercer Parker (1801 - 1836)

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Jacob Wetzel (1765 - 1827)

Geographical note: Waverly is an unincorporated town in Harrison Township, Morgan County, Indiana. Jacob became the sheriff of Marshall County, West Virginia in 1803. In 1818, he moved his family to ...

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Lorenzo Butler Hickock (1832 - 1913)

He was the greatest, most lovable character and I have never met his equal in the homely character that go to make good citizenship, honorable, thoughtful, unselfish, brave and unassuming. He was a bac...

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Judge Roy Bean ("The Law West of the Pecos") (c.1825 - 1903)

Phantly Roy Bean, Jr. (c. 1825 – March 16, 1903) was an eccentric U.S. saloon-keeper and Justice of the Peace in Val Verde County, Texas, who called himself "The Law West of the Pecos". Ac...

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Joshua Bean, 1st Mayor of San Diego (c.1818 - 1852)

Joshua H. Bean (c. 1818 – November 7, 1852) was an American political figure. Joshua Bean was born c. 1818 in Mason County, Kentucky to Phantly Roy Bean (November 21, 1804 – June 13, ...

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Stephen Henry Phillips (1823 - 1897)

Stephen Henry Phillips (August 16, 1823 – April 9, 1897) was an American lawyer who served as the Attorney General of Massachusetts and the Kingdom of Hawaii and as the Minister of Foreign Aff...

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James Boone MP (1757 - 1773)

James Boone was Daniel and Rebecca Boone's first child. He was killed by indians at Cumberland Gap in 1773 while accompanying his father who was leading a group of settlers into Kentucky. Born at "...

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Hiram Burnett (1817 - 1906)

Hiram Burnett (born July 5, 1817 at Southborough, Massachusetts - died 1906, in Seattle, Washington) was a well-known pioneer of the Puget Sound country, and an honored citizen of Seattle. Family a...

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Judge Isaac Parker, the Hanging Judge (1838 - 1896)

In 1875, Isaac Parker was appointed federal judge for the Indian Territory. Parker appointed James F. Fagan as U.S. Marshal, directing him to hire 200 deputy U.S. Marshals. Fagan had heard about Reeves...

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Hyrum Adolph Neibaur (1867 - 1928)

Biography It seems that Hyrum was lost in a snow storm when he was 17 years old. The following article is taken from Daily Alta California, 24 December 1884: "Hiram A. Neibaur, seventeen years of...

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Albert Gallatin Boyce, Jr. (1875 - 1912)

The Boyce–Sneed Feud was a conflict in early twentieth century Texas between two wealthy cattlemen: John Beal Sneed and Albert Boyce, Jr. It began in late 1911, when Mrs. Lena Snyder Sneed l...

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Albert Gallatin Boyce, Sr (CSA) (1842 - 1912)

Troop P 18th Texas Infantry (Potter Co, TX Confederate Service Records) Al Boyce Sr. was killed on Jan. 13, 1912. Sr. by John Beal Sneed while sitting on a bench inside a Ft. Worth hotel. Born on...

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Henry A. Peirce (1808 - 1885)

Henry Augustus Peirce (1808–1885) was an American businessman and diplomat. Some sources spell his last name as Pierce. Early life and business He was born in Dorchester Massachusetts (now...

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Franklin Steele (1814 - 1880)

ranklin Steele (1813 – September 9, 1880) was an early and significant settler of Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States. Born in Chester County, Pennsylvania of Scottish descent, Steele ...

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"Doctor" John Marsh (1799 - 1856)

) "Doctor" John Marsh was born in 1799 in South Danvers, Massachusetts and died in Pacheco, California in 1856. He was an early pioneer and settler in California, and although he did not have a medic...

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Thomas S. Hinde MP (1785 - 1846)

Thomas Spotwood Hinde (April 19, 1785 – February 9, 1846) was a newspaper editor, opponent of slavery, author, historian, real estate investor, Methodist minister and a founder of the city of ...

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Samuel Mcafee Magoffin (1801 - 1888)

as found on --------------------Successful trader along the Santa Fe trail and into Mexico in the mid-1800s. Married Susan Shelby on November 25, 1845 and traveled with her to Santa Fe where she was mo...

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Susan Hart Magoffin (1828 - 1855)

The granddaughter of Revolutionary War hero & first governor of Kentucky Issac Shelby, Susan Shelby married Santa Fe trader Samuel Magoffin. They became wealthy from the trade & traveled across the U...

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William H.R. Lykins (1828 - 1893)

Son of Kansas City pioneer Johnston Lykins, M.D., was one of the earliest pioneers of Lawrence, Kansas as he built the second log cabin ever on the land that would become Lawrence. Later, he would op...

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Dr Johnston Lykins (1800 - 1876)

Johnston Lykins (April 15, 1800-August 15, 1876) was a prominent figure in the early history of the United States frontier settlement which became Kansas City, Missouri. He was the city's second Ma...

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Isaac McCoy (1784 - 1846)

Isaac McCoy (June 13, 1784 – June 21, 1846) was a Baptist missionary among the Native Americans in present-day Indiana, Michigan and Missouri. He was an advocate of Indian removal from the e...

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John Calvin McCoy ("father of Kansas City") (1811 - 1889)

John Calvin McCoy (September 28, 1811 – September 2, 1889) is considered the "father of Kansas City." McCoy was born in Vincennes, Indiana. He studied at Transylvania College in Lexington,...

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Will Tibbet (1860 - 1903)

William Edward Tibbet was a part-time deputy sheriff who was killed in a shootout with desperado Jim McKinney in 1903.

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George Ellicott (1760 - 1832)

George Ellicott (1760–1832) was a son of Andrew Ellicott, one of the founders of Ellicott's Mill (now Ellicott City), Maryland. After the colonial war he bought swampland now known as the In...

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Andrew Ellicott (1754 - 1820)

Andrew Ellicott (January 24, 1754 – August 28, 1820) was a U.S. surveyor who helped map many of the territories west of the Appalachians, surveyed the boundaries of the District of Columbia, c...

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Turhand Kirtland (1755 - 1844)

Justly referred to as an Ohio pioneer, Turhand Kirtland was a prominent figure in the early days of the Ohio territory, being a founding father of what is now Poland, Ohio. During a long life that ...

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Eliza M. Sikes (1834 - 1913)

Obituary from The San Diego Union, San Diego, California, Friday, July 25, 1913: "Pioneer Dies At Escondido - Mrs. Eliza M. Sikes, Aged 79, Resident of San Diego County Since 1881 - Mrs. Eliza M. S...

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Lyman John Burrell (1801 - 1884)

Lyman John Burrell joined the gold rush in California and ended up with large land holdings, orchards and vineyards. Burrell, California was an early settlement in Santa Cruz County near the summit...

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Duane LeRoy Bliss (1833 - 1907)

Born in 1833 in Savoy, Massachusetts, Duane Bliss left home at the age of 13 to work as a cabin boy on a ship sailing to South America. Following a two-year journey, Bliss decided to join the rush of f...

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Flying Hawk Čhetáŋ Kiŋyáŋ (1852 - 1931)

Flying Hawk (Oglala Lakota: Čhetáŋ Kiŋyáŋ; a/k/a Moses Flying Hawk; March 1854 – December 24, 1931) was an Oglala Lakota warrior, historian, educator ...

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Kicking Bear Matȟó Wanáȟtake (1846 - 1904)

Kicking Bear (March 18, 1846 – May 28, 1904), also called Matȟó Wanáȟtake,[1][2] was an Oglala Lakota who became a band chief of the Miniconjou Lakota Sioux. He fou...

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Grant Short Bull Tȟatȟáŋka Ptéčela (c.1851 - 1935)

Grant Short Bull (Lakota: Tȟatȟáŋka Ptéčela; ca. 1851–1935) was a member of Soreback Band, Oglala Lakota, and a participant in the Battle of the Littl...

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Red Cloud Maȟpíya Lúta (1822 - 1909)

Red Cloud (Lakota: Maȟpíya Lúta) (1822 – December 10, 1909) was a war leader and a chief of the Oglala Lakota. He led as a chief from 1868 to 1909. One of the most capable...

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He Dog Šúŋka Bloká (1840 - 1936)

He Dog (ca. 1840–1936). A member of the Oglala Lakota, He Dog was closely associated with Crazy Horse during the Great Sioux War of 1876-77. Born in the spring of 1840 on the headwaters of t...

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Major Charles DeRudio (1832 - 1910)

Charles Camillo DeRudio, originally Carlo Camillo Di Rudio, (August 26, 1832 – November 1, 1910) was an Italian aristocrat, would-be assassin of Napoleon III, and later a career U.S. Army offi...

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Tȟatȟáŋka Waŋžíla, One Bull (1853 - 1947)

Henery Oscar One Bull (Lakota: Tȟatȟáŋka Waŋžíla) (circa 1853-1947) was a Lakota Sioux man best known for being the nephew and adopted son of the holy...

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Black Moon, Wi Sapa (1821 - 1893)

Black Moon Wi Sapa (c. 1821–March 1, 1893) was a Miniconjou Lakota headman with the northern Lakota during the nineteenth century, not to be confused with the Hunkpapa leader by the same name....

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Buffalo Calf Road Woman or Brave Woman (c.1850 - 1879)

" If you don't believe women belong in combat, Custer would agree with you." Buffalo Calf Road Woman, or Brave Woman (c. 1850s? – 1879), was a Northern Cheyenne woman who saved her wounded w...

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Rain-in-the-Face Ité Omáǧažu (1835 - 1905)

Rain-in-the-Face (Lakota: Ité Omáǧažu (in Standard Lakota Orthography) (c. 1835 – September 15, 1905) was a warchief of the Lakota tribe of Native Americans. His mo...

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Red Horse (1822 - 1907)

Red Horse was a sub-chief of the Miniconjou Sioux.[1] He fought in the Battle of the Little Bighorn, in 1881, he gave one of the few detailed accountings of the event.[1]He also drew pictographs of t...

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LTC Edward Gustave Mathey (1837 - 1915)

First Lieutenant, Company M, commanding the Pack Train during the 1876 Battle of the Little Big Horn. Part of Benteen's Battalion. Survived the battle. Born in Besancon, France, the son of Jules an...

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Henry R. Porter, Assisting Surgeon, 7th Cav. (1848 - 1903)

Henry Rinaldo Porter (February 13, 1848 – March 3, 1903) was an Acting Assistant Surgeon in the 7th U.S. Cavalry at the Battle of the Little Big Horn.[1] Porter was born in Lee Center, New Y...

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White Man Runs Him "Mahr-Itah-Thee-Dah-Ka-Roosh" (1858 - 1929)

White Man Runs Him (Mahr-Itah-Thee-Dah-Ka-Roosh) - (c. 1858 – June 2, 1929) was a Crow Scout serving with George Armstrong Custer’s 1876 expedition against the Sioux and Northern Cheyen...

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Ashishishe "Curly" (1856 - 1923)

Ashishishe (c. 1856–1923), known as Curly (or Curley), was a Crow scout in the United States Army during the Sioux Wars, best known for having been one of the few survivors on the United State...

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Frank Hopkins... Best of Endurance Riders? (c.1865 - 1951)

Frank Hopkins From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Frank T. Hopkins Find A Grave ) Hidalgo film From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Colonel Angus W. McDonald (CSA) (1799 - 1864)

Angus William McDonald (February 14, 1799 – December 1, 1864) was a 19th-century American military officer and lawyer in the U.S. state of Virginia. He also served as a colonel in command of t...

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Benjamin Franklin Ficklin (1827 - 1871)

Benjamin Franklin Ficklin (1827–1871) was a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, Class of 1849. He is famous for his help in starting the Pony Express and for establishing other stag...

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Edmond C. Hinde (1830 - 1909)

Edmund C. Hinde (April 6, 1830 – December 20, 1909) was a gold miner and laborer. His life was at times extremely difficult and filled with various hardships due to his career as a gold prospe...

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Major Frank North (1840 - 1885)

Frank Joshua North (1840-1885), was an American interpreter, United States Army officer and politician. He is most well known for organizing and leading the Pawnee Scouts from 1865 to 1877. Early l...

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Caroline Pugsley "Carrie" McGavock (1845 - 1936)

In 1878 a woman was setting up housekeeping in a little known canyon in the Huachuca Mountains. Caroline P. McGavock (1845-1936) was born in Nashville, Tennessee, into one of the old plantation famil...

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Capt. Joseph Libbey Folsom MP (1816 - 1855)

Explorer, Businessman, City Founder. Surveyor of early San Franciso, first Collector of the Port of San Francisco under American rule from 1847 to 1849. Founder of Folsom, California, originally name...

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Susannah Mehetable Keate (1813 - 1905)

Biographical Summary #1: Born in a little cottage in a clearing on the shore of Lake Champlain, about the year 1813, Susanna Rogers grew up in an unusual environment. Her father, D. W. Rogers was a f...

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John James Abert (1788 - 1863)

John James Abert (17 September 1788 – 27 January 1863) was a United States soldier. He headed the Corps of Topographical Engineers for 32 years, during which time he organized the mapping of...

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Joaquin Miller (1837 - 1913)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: "... Joaquin Miller was the pen name of the colorful American poet Cincinnatus Heine (or Hiner) Miller (September 8, 1837 – February 17, 1913), nicknamed the "P...

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Beason Lewis MP (1809 - 1888)

Biographical Summary: Beason Lewis (1809-1888), son of Neriah and Mary Moss Lewis, was born 23 of February 1809 in Pendleton, South Carolina. Neriah and family moved from South Carolina to Kentucky a...

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Guiseppe Giosue Rossetti Sangiovanni (1835 - 1916)

Biographical Summary and Notes on Painted Portrait: "...ca 1847, oil on canvas, unsigned. A charming portrait of two children—the boy is seated on a bench beside a trellis covered with grapevi...

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Nan Aspinwall (1880 - 1964)

Nan Jeanne Aspinwall Gable Lambell was born in New York on February 2, 1880. She lived in Liberty, Nebraska for most of her early years. Later publicity during her career would state that she was raise...

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Henry Miller Shreve (1785 - 1851)

Henry Miller Shreve became famous (he's in modern day encyclopedias) for devising & building a shallow-draft boat with high pressure engines. He was the stockholder and skipper of the second steamboat ...

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Ella J. Knowles Haskell (1860 - 1911)

Ella J. Knowles Haskell (1860-1911) was the first female lawyer in Montana and the first female candidate for state attorney general in the United States. Biography Ella Knowles was born in North...

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Mary Trowbridge MP (1677 - 1737)

Mary Belding was born at Hatfield, Mass. on November 1677. Mary Belding was the fourth child of nine. Her baby sister died as an infant in 1686. After her death Mary's father, Daniel Belding, moved the...

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Benjamin Wistar Morris (1819 - 1906)

Benjamin Wistar Morris (sometimes II; May 30, 1819 – April 7, 1906) was the second Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon, which at the time incorporated the present-day Episcopal Dioceses ...

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Mayor, Charles Christopher Trowbridge (1800 - 1883)

harles Christopher Trowbridge (December 29, 1800 - April 3, 1883) was an explorer, politician, businessman, and ethnographer of Native American cultures who lived in Detroit during the 19th century. ...

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Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1793 - 1864)

Henry was an American geographer, geologist, and ethnologist, noted for his early studies of Native American cultures, as well as for his 1832 expedition to the source of the Mississippi River. Schoo...

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John F. A. Sanford (1806 - 1857)

John F. A. Sanford (1806-1857) was a frontiersman of the American west who worked with Native American tribes as an Indian agent. He later joined Pierre Chouteau, Jr. in a fur trapping and trading bu...

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Samuel R. Thurston, 1st US Congressman, OR (1815 - 1851)

Samuel Royal Thurston (April 17, 1815 – April 6, 1851) was an American pioneer, lawyer and politician. He was the first delegate from the Oregon Territory to the United States Congress and was...

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Wilmot Brookings, 1st Provisional Governor of Dakota Territory (1830 - 1905)

Wilmot Wood Brookings (October 23, 1830–1905) was an American pioneer, frontier judge, and early South Dakota politician. He was the first provisional governor of Dakota Territory, and both th...

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Major Lansford Warren Hastings (c.1818 - 1870)

Lansford Warren Hastings (1819–1870) is best remembered as the developer of Hastings Cutoff, a shortcut across what is now the state of Utah, a factor in the Donner Party disaster of 1846. L...

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Nellie Cashman, Angel of the Mining Camps (1845 - 1925)

Ellen Cashman (1845 – January 4, 1925), better known as Nellie Cashman, became noted across the American and Canadian west as a nurse, businesswoman, Catholic philanthropist in Arizona, and ...

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Charley Parkhurst, One Eyed Charley (1812 - 1879)

Parkhurst was a tobacco chewing, cussing, gambling California stage driver who was found dead in bed on December 18, 1879. To the surprise of Charley's friend's, the person they found was not who they ...

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Kitty Leroy, Lady Gambler & Gunfighter (b. - 1877)

A gunfighter, gambler, performer, and alleged prostitute, Kitty Leroy, born in 1850, was best known as one of the most proficient poker players in the Old West. Thought to have been from Michigan, sh...

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Chicago Joe, Queen of Helena, Montana (1844 - 1899)

One of the best known people in Helena, Montana during its "Eldorado” heydays was Chicago Joe. Born in Ireland as Mary Welch in 1844, she emigrated to New York in 1858 and changed her name to ...

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Bela Hubbard (1814 - 1896)

Bela Hubbard (April 23, 1814 – June 13, 1896) was a 19th-century naturalist, geologist, writer, historian, surveyor, explorer, lawyer, real estate dealer, lumberman and civic leader of early D...

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Fitz Hugh Ludlow (1836 - 1870)

Fitz Hugh Ludlow, sometimes seen as “Fitzhugh Ludlow,” (September 11, 1836 – September 12, 1870) was an American author, journalist, and explorer; best known for his autobiograph...

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Albert Bierstadt (1830 - 1902)

Albert Bierstadt (January 7, 1830 – February 18, 1902) was a German-American painter best known for his lavish, sweeping landscapes of the American West. To paint the scenes, Bierstadt joined ...

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Edward S. Curtis (1868 - 1952)

Edward Sheriff Curtis (February 16, 1868 – October 19, 1952) was an ethnologist and photographer of the American West and of Native American peoples. Image gallery Edward Sheriff Curtis ...

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Lt. Colonel Samuel W. Beall (USA) (1807 - 1868)

Samuel W. Beall (1807–1868) was the second Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin. He was born in Maryland; in 1827 he graduated from Union College in Schenectady, New York. He moved to Green Bay,...

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Lawrence Taliaferro (1794 - 1871)

Lawrence Taliaferro (/ˈtʌlɪvər/; February 28, 1794–January 22, 1871) was a United States Army officer best known for his service as an Indian agent at Fort Snelling...

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Bill Standifer (1853 - 1903)

Bill Standifer, also known as "Little Bill" Standifer (1853 - October 4, 1903) was a gunman and lawman of the Old West. He is best remembered for having been killed by noted and better known gunman...

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Arvilla Delight Meeker (1815 - 1905)

Arvilla was the daughter of Levi Smith and Lovisa Atwater of Connecticut. She and Nathan Cook Meeker were married 8 April 1844 in Geauga Co OH. They were the parents of Ralph Lovejoy,George, Rozene, ...

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Chipeta MP (1843 - 1924)

Chipeta or White Singing Bird, was a Native American woman, and the second wife of Chief Ouray of the Uncompahgre Ute tribe. Born a Kiowa Apache, she was raised by the Utes in what is now Conejos, Colo...

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Nathan Meeker (1817 - 1879)

Nathanial C. Meeker (July 12, 1817-September 30, 1879) was a 19th-century United States (US) journalist, homesteading entrepreneur, and Indian agent for the federal government. He is noted for his fo...

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Josephine Meeker, Teacher and Doctor (1857 - 1882)

Josephine Meeker (January 28, 1857 – December 20, 1882), was a teacher and physician at the White River Indian Agency in Colorado Territory, where her father Nathan Meeker was the United State...

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Augusta Tabor MP (1833 - 1895)

Western Folk Figure. Born Augusta Pierce, one of ten children born to William B. Pierce and Lucy Eaton in Augusta, Maine. In her early twenties ahe began a courtship with Horace Tabor, one of her fathe...

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Elizabeth Hickok Robbins Stone MP (1801 - 1895)

Elizabeth Hickok Robbins Stone (September 21, 1801 - December 4, 1895) was an American pioneer woman who was inducted into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame in 1988. Born in Connecticut and raised in N...

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Martha Maxwell (1831 - 1881)

Martha Maxwell (1831–1881) was a self-educated naturalist and artist born in Pennsylvania. who traveled to the Colorado Territory with the first wave of the Pike's Peak Gold Rush in 1860. She ...

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George Champlain Sibley (1782 - 1863)

Soldier. Explorer. Author. He was raised in North Carolina and accepted a commission in the Army in 1804. Sibley was sent to St. Louis as an Indian Factor, and was subsequently ordered on a voyage ...

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Don Francisco de Paula Marín (1774 - 1837)

Don Francisco de Paula Marín (1774–1837) was a Spaniard who became influential in the early Kingdom of Hawaii. Often called Manini, Marini or other variations, he became a confidant of ...

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José María Estudillo (b. - 1830)

José María Estudillo (died April 8, 1830), was an early settler of San Diego, California and was a governing official during San Diego's Mexican period. Life Born in Andalusia, Spain,...

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José Maria Avila MP (deceased)

From Wikipedia (English) : Jose Maria Avila (1790–1831) was one of several sons of Cornelio Avila. He was alcalde of Los Angeles in 1825. He was first married at Mission San Diego to Maria And...

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Maj. Edward Burleson (1826 - 1877)

The New Yorker June 1877 From the San Marcos Free Press as printed in The Austin Statesman It becomes our painful duty to record the death of Honorable Edward Burleson, which occurred at the home of hi...

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Rachel Snowden (1831 - 1898)

The Rachel Snowden Corral , a non profit "dedicated to fun and scholarship related to the American West," is named for the first woman pioneer of Omaha, Nebraska - Rachel Snowden . Rachel Snowden ...

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William P. Snowden (1825 - 1909)

On August 5, 1854, " ... a man named William P. Snowden and his good wife rowed across the Missouri from a place called Kanesville and became the first permanent white settlers of the fur-trading post ...

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Elfego Baca (1865 - 1945)

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Jean Baptiste "Pompey" Charbonneau MP (1805 - 1866)

They called Jean-Baptiste "Pompey" which meant "Little Chief". Pompey was sent to Europe to be educated as he had been promised by Captain Clark. It is said he fathered a child in Europe but the child ...

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Sir William George Drummond-Stewart, 19th of Grandtully, 7th Baronet (1795 - 1871)

Biographical Summary " Sir William Drummond Stewart , born 26th December 1795, nineteenth of Grandtully, and seveth baronet. Married, in May 1830, Christian Stewart. Issue one son." SOURCE: Red...

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Virginia Maxwell (1850 - 1915)

Virginia Maxwell was the wife of Captain Alexander S. B. Keyes. Born in Taos, New Mexico Territory, in 1850, Virginia was the oldest daughter of Lucien Maxwell and Luz Beaubien Maxwell, two of the weal...

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Ygnacio del Valle (1808 - 1880)

Ygnacio del Valle, son of Antonio, began his military service in 1825 as a cadet at the Santa Barbara Presidio. Following his training, he accompanied Comandante General Don Jose Echeandia to San Die...

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Caleb E. White (c.1830 - 1902)

Los Angeles County Biography Caleb E. White Very few of the men who lived in Pomona were identified with the history of California for a longer period than Caleb E. White. He was one of the '49ers wh...

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