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Black Kettle, Chief of the Southern Cheyenne (c.1803 - 1868)

Chief Black Kettle (Cheyenne, Moke-tav-a-to) (born ca. 1803, killed November 27, 1868) was a leader of the Southern Cheyenne after 1854, who led efforts to resist American settlement from Kansas and ...

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George Bent (CSA), Cheyenne warrior MP (1843 - 1918)

George Bent (1843 – May 19, 1918) was the mixed-race son of the fur trader William Bent, the founder of the trading post named Bent's Fort; and Owl Woman, a Cheyenne. Born near present-day La Ju...

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Owl Woman (b. - 1847)

Owl Woman (Cheyenne name: Mis-stan-stur) (died 1847), was a Cheyenne princess. She married an Anglo American trader named William Bent, with whom she had four children. She was inducted into the Colo...

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William Wells Bent (1809 - 1869)

William Wells Bent (1809–1869) was a frontier trapper, trader, and rancher in the American West who mediated among the Cheyenne Nation, other Native American tribes and the expanding United St...

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Charles Bent, 1st Territorial Governor of New Mexico MP (1799 - 1847)

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Charles Bent (November 11, 1799 – January 19, 1847) was appointed as the first Governor of the newly acquired New Mexico Territory by Governor Stephen Watts Ke...

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Silas Bent (1768 - 1827)

[ ) Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia] Silas Bent (1768–1827) was a judge on the bench of the Missouri Supreme Court from 1817 to 1821. His son Charles was a fur trader and appointed as the fir...

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Theodore Boggs (1834 - d.)

Theodore Boggs founded the town of Big Bug, Arizona in 1862 where he fought Apaches during a small encounter at the Big Bug mine. Big Bug is a ghost town in Yavapai County, Arizona. The former sett...

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Viola Slaughter (1860 - 1941)

Cora Viola Howell (September 18, 1860-March, 1941), later to become Viola Slaughter, was a famous Arizona rancher and the wife of sheriff John Slaughter. Early years Viola Slaughter was born in M...

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"Texas John" Slaughter, Texas Ranger and Cochise County Sheriff (1841 - 1922)

"Texas John” Slaughter was a Civil War veteran, trail-driver, cattleman, Texas Ranger, famed Cochise County Sheriff, professional gambler, and an Arizona State Representative during his lifeti...

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John Selman (lawman and outlaw) (1839 - 1896)

John Selman (November 16, 1839-April 6, 1896) was an outlaw and sometimes lawman of the Old West. He is best known as the man who murdered outlaw John Wesley Hardin Early life, service with the Con...

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George Scarborough, US Marshal (1859 - 1900)

George Scarborough (October 2, 1859 - April 5, 1900) was a cowboy, lawman, and possible outlaw (disputed) who lived during the time of the Wild West. He is best known for having killed outlaw John Se...

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John Reynolds Hughes, Texas Ranger (1855 - 1947)

) John Hughes (February 11, 1855 - June 3, 1947) was a Texas Ranger and cowboy of the Old West, and later an author. Early life Hughes was born John Reynolds Hughes, in Cambridge, Illinois,...

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Thomas Ira Walker (1853 - 1879)

Tom Walker became a somewhat well known gunman, who had several brushes with the law due to shootings he was involved in. He eventually drifted to Seven Rivers, New Mexico, and took part in the Lincoln...

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Lon Oden, Texas Ranger (1863 - 1910)

Lon Oden (March 15, 1863 - August 10, 1910) was a Texas Ranger of the Old West, and is a legend inside the Texas Rangers organization. Early life He was born Alonzo Van Oden and called "Lon", in ...

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John Wallace Olinger, Deputy Sheriff (member of the Seven Rivers Warriors gang) (1849 - 1940)

John Wallace Olinger was a Depuy Sheriff of Lincoln County, New Mexico and a member of the Seven Rivers Warriors outlaw gang during he Lincoln County War. Olinger was the brother-in-law of fellow gan...

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Robert " Pecos Bob" Olinger, Deputy U.S. Marshal (member of the Seven Rivers Warriors gang) (c.1841 - 1881)

Birth: 1841 Death: Apr. 28, 1881 Lincoln, Lincoln County, New Mexico, USA Frontier Peace Officer. Bob Olinger was a Deputy U.S. Marshal and Deputy Sheriff of Lincoln County, NM under Sheriff Pa...

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Hugh Beckwith (leader of the Seven Rivers Warriors gang) (b. - 1892)

Henry M. "Hugh" Beckwith was the leader of the outlaw gang known as the Seven Rivers Warriors. The gang was known primarily due to their part in the Lincoln County War. Formation of the Seven Riv...

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Susan McSween ("Cattle Queen of New Mexico") (1845 - 1931)

Susan McSween (December 30, 1845 – January 3, 1931) was a prominent cattlewoman of the 19th century, once called the "Cattle Queen of New Mexico", and the widow of Alexander McSween, a leading...

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Alexander McSween (c.1843 - 1878)

Alexander McSween (c. 1843 — July 19, 1878) was a prominent figure during the Lincoln County War of the Old West, and a central character, alongside John Tunstall, opposing the "Murphy-Dolan F...

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Richard M. "Dick" Brewer (leader of the Lincoln County Regulators) (1850 - 1878)

Richard M. "Dick" Brewer (February 19, 1850 — April 4, 1878), was an American cowboy and outlaw. He was the first leader of what historically is referred to as Billy the Kid's band (the Lincol...

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Reuben "Rube" Boyce, Texas Ranger (1853 - 1927)

Reuben Hornsby Boyce (1853-1927) - Lawman, Texas Ranger and miner, Boyce traveled the west before finally settling down in Texas . Boyce was born in Williamson County, Texas on January 8, 1853, the old...

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Captain John Bird, Texas Ranger (1795 - 1839)

BIRD, JOHN (1795-1839). John Bird, soldier and Indian fighter, was born in what was later Perry County, Tennessee, in 1795, the son of William Bird. After service under Andrew Jackson in the War of...

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John Beckwith, Deputy Sheriff, Lincoln County, New Mexico (1853 - 1879)

John Beckwith (1853-1879) - A native of New Mexico, John was born on January 14, 1853 and along with his older brother Robert, ran a cattle ranch on the east side of the Pecos River in Lincoln County. ...

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Robert W. Beckwith, Deputy Sheriff, Lincoln County, New Mexico (1850 - 1878)

Robert W. "Bob" Beckwith (1850-1878) - The son of a rancher, Bob was born on October 16, 1850 and when he grew up he worked as a rancher with his younger brother John in Lincoln County, New Mexico. By ...

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James R. Barton, Sheriff of Los Angeles County, California (1825 - 1857)

James R. Barton (1825-1857) - Barton was elected sheriff of Los Angeles County, California in 1851 and filled the position from 1852 to 1855. However, he refused to run for the 1856 term after a vigila...

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Ira Aten, Texas Ranger (1862 - 1953)

Ira Aten (September 3, 1862 – August 5, 1953) was a Texas Ranger who was inducted into the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame. Aten was born in Cairo, Illinois. His father Austin Aten was a Methodis...

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John Oliver Allen, Texas Ranger (1850 - 1928)

John Oliver Allen (1850-1928) - A cowboy and Texas Ranger, Allen was born in Kaufman County, Texas on June 22, 1850. Raised on the frontier, he became a cowboy as a young man and enlisted in Rufus Perr...

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Alfred Y. Allee I, Texas Ranger (1855 - 1895)

Alfred Y. Allee (1855-1895) - Born in DeWitt County, Texas in 1855, Allree became a prominent lawman, serving as a Texas Ranger, and as a lawman in Karnes and Frio Counties. As a lawman, Allee quickly ...

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John Hicks "J. H." Adams, U.S. Deputy Marshal (1820 - 1878)

John Hicks "J.H." Adams (1820-1878) - Born in Edwardsville, Illinois in 1820, Adams helped his father in his castor oil factory as he was growing up. He attended college at Shurtleff College, in Upper ...

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John R. Abernathy ("Catch 'Em Alive Jack") (1876 - 1941)

John R. Abernathy, aka: Wolf Catcher, Catch 'Em Alive Jack (1876–1941) - Born to Scottish ancestors in Texas, Abernathy was raised in the burgeoning railroad town of Sweetwater. During his lifet...

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John Barclay Armstrong, Texas Ranger and U.S. Marshal (1850 - 1913)

John Barclay Armstrong (January 1, 1850 – May 1, 1913) was a Texas Ranger lieutenant and a United States Marshal, usually remembered for his role in the pursuit and capture of the famous gunfi...

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Col. William George Christian MP (c.1743 - 1786)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of LIEUTENANT COLONEL. DAR Ancestor # A021762 Col. William Christian: at FindAGrave at Wikipedia William Christian (c. 1743 &...

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Colonel Stephen Trigg (Colonial Militia) MP (1742 - 1782)

Stephen Trigg (c. 1744 – August 19, 1782) was an American pioneer and soldier from Virginia. He was killed ten months after the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown in one of the last battles o...

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Capt. Israel Christian MP (c.1720 - 1784)

Israel Christian (c. 1720–1784) was an 18th century American pioneer, militia officer, politician and businessman. One of the earliest landowners in Kentucky, he founded the town of Fincastle,...

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Colonel John Logan (Colonial Militia) (1747 - 1807)

) John Logan (1747 – July 1807) was a pioneer and politician from the U.S. state of Virginia and later, Kentucky. He participated in Lord Dunmore's War in 1774, serving under his brother, Benj...

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General Benjamin Logan (Colonial Militia) (1743 - 1802)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of COLONEL. DAR Ancestor # A071122 Benjamin Logan (c.1742 – December 11, 1802) was an American pioneer, soldier, and politicia...

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Colonel James H. Walbridge (USA) (1826 - 1913)

Colonel Walbridge was the organizer and captain of company A, Second Vermont regiment of volunteers. At the time of his death in 1913, he was one of the few survivors among the 51 officers who at diffe...

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Abner Wilcox (missionary) MP (1808 - 1869)

Abner Wilcox (1808–1869) was a missionary teacher from New England to the Kingdom of Hawaii. Life Abner Wilcox was born April 19, 1808 in Harwinton, Connecticut. His father was Aaron Wilco...

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Frederick Schwartz Lyman MP (1837 - 1918)

Frederick Schwartz Lyman (1837–1918) was a surveyor, rancher, judge, and politician on Hawaiʻi Island. Life Frederick Schwartz Lyman was born July 25, 1837, in Hilo, Hawaii. His mid...

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Rufus Anderson Lyman MP (1842 - 1910)

Rufus Anderson Lyman (1842–1910) was a son of a missionary who became a lawyer and politician in the Kingdom of Hawaii, founded the Paʻauhau Sugar Plantation Company, and had many notab...

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David Belden Lyman, Rev. MP (1803 - 1884)

Rev. David B. Lyman Was born in New Hartford, Ct., July 28, 1703, and was a son of a farmer, David Lyman, who was son of David of Bethlehem, who married Mary Gitteau, of Huguenot descent. He was gr...

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William Richards (missionary and diplomat) (1793 - 1847)

) From the History of Plainfield William studied for the ministry, graduated at Williams College in 1819, studied divinity at Andover, offered his services as a missionary, and was ordained at New ...

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Colonel Sidney D. Jackman (CSA) (1826 - 1886)

Sidney Drake Jackman (March 7, 1826 or March 21, 1828[2] – June 2, 1886) was an American farmer, teacher, and soldier. He served as an officer in the Confederate Army during the American Civil...

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Brevet Lt. Colonel Louis H. Carpenter (USA) [Brig. General post-Civil War] MP (1839 - 1916)

Louis Henry Carpenter (February 11, 1839–January 21, 1916) was a United States Army brigadier general and a recipient of the Medal of Honor for his actions in the American Indian Wars. He dr...

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Lydia Ann Reed (1825 - 1906)

Birth: Oct. 9, 1825 Death: Jun. 27, 1906 She was the older half-sister of General George Armstrong Custer, Civil War Double Medal of Honor Recipient Thomas Custer, and Boston Custer. She married ...

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Autie Reed (1858 - 1876)

Henry Armstrong Reed (April 27, 1858 – June 25, 1876) was the nephew of George Armstrong Custer, Thomas Custer, and Boston Custer. Although not an official soldier, he was killed along with ...

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1st Lieutenant James Calhoun, 7th U.S. Cavalry ("The Adonis of the Seventh") (1845 - 1876)

) James Calhoun (August 24, 1845 – June 25, 1876) was a soldier in the United States Army during the American Civil War and the Black Hills War. He was the brother-in-law of George Armstrong C...

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Boston Custer (1848 - 1876)

Boston Custer had been unable to officially join the Army due to poor health. A civilian contractor, he served as forage master for his brother's U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment in the 1874 Black Hills e...

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Lt. Col. Thomas W Custer, Medal of Honor MP (1845 - 1876)

He was awarded two Medals of Honor. He was the first soldier to receive the dual honor, one of only four soldiers or sailors to receive the dual honor during the Civil War, and one of just 19 in histor...

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Billy Clanton MP (1862 - 1881)

Billy Clanton was a fast draw with a pistol. He was good with guns, knives, and the lasso. Billy was Ike's brother. He rode a horse stolen from Wyatt Earp. On October 26, 1881, Billy was killed in the ...

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Newman "Old Man" Clanton MP (1816 - 1881)

Newman Haynes Clanton (1816-August 13, 1881) was a successful cattle rancher and the father of the four sons. "Old Man" Clanton was believed to be involved with stealing cattle from Mexican ranchers ...

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Brig. General William W. Robinson, Jr. (1846 - 1917)

Brig. Gen. William W. Robinson, Jr. was born to William W. Robinson Sr, and Sarah Fisk Robinson April 2, 1846, he died March 24, 1917 in Washington, D.C. He was mustered in to Co E., 7th Wi Vol Inf...

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Peter Hansborough Bell, 3rd Gov'r of Texas (c.1809 - 1898)

Peter Hansborough Bell (May 12, 1812 – March 8, 1898) was the third Governor of Texas from 1849 to 1853. He also served two terms as a United States Representative from Texas' 2nd Congress...

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Gov. Miguel Antonio Otero (1859 - 1944)

Miguel Antonio Otero (October 17, 1859–August 7, 1944), nicknamed "Gillie," was governor of New Mexico Territory from 1897 to 1906 and in later life the author of several books on Western lore. ...

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Maj. General George Stoneman, Jr. (USA) (1822 - 1894)

George Stoneman, Jr. (August 8, 1822 – September 5, 1894) was a career United States Army officer, a Union cavalry general in the American Civil War, and the 15th Governor of California betwee...

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First Lt. Charles B. Gatewood, 6th U.S. Cavalry (1853 - 1896)

First Lieutenant Charles Bare Gatewood (1853 – 1896) was an American soldier born in Woodstock, Virginia. He served in the United States Army in the late 19th century after graduating from W...

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Jacques La Ramée MP (1784 - c.1821)

From Wikipedia: Jacques La Ramée (sometimes rendered Jacques La Remy or La Ramie ) was a French or French-Canadian fur trader who lived in what is now the U.S. state of Wyoming after moving th...

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George Mayfield (1779 - 1848)

George Mayfield (1779 – 1848) was an interpreter and spy for General Andrew Jackson during the Creek War of 1813 – 1814. He was most notable for his adventurous life and dual existence ...

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Gurdon Saltonstall Hubbard (1802 - 1886)

Gurdon Saltonstall Hubbard (August 22, 1802 in Windsor, Vermont, – September 14, 1886 in Chicago, Illinois) was an American fur trader, insurance underwriter and land speculator. Hubbard first...

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Horace Davis, US Congress MP (1831 - 1916)

Horace Davis (16 March 1831 - 12 July 1916) was a United States Representative from California. He was the son of Massachusetts Governor John Davis and the younger brother of diplomat John Chandler B...

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John William Mackay (1831 - 1902)

Information about John William Mackay from Wikipedia John William Mackay (November 28, 1831-July 20, 1902) was an American capitalist, born in Dublin, Ireland. He was an American miner and business l...

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Darius Ogden Mills (1825 - 1910)

Darius Ogden Mills (September 25, 1825 – January 3, 1910) was a prominent American banker, philanthropist and, for a time, California's wealthiest citizen. Biography He was born in North S...

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Dr. John Sappington, dicovered quinine (1776 - 1856)

Dr. John Sappington was a prominent pioneer physician of Saline County, Missouri. Sappington was famous for his use of quinine to treat malaria fevers. ---------------------------------------------...

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Meredith Miles Marmaduke, 8th Governor of Missouri (1791 - 1864)

Meredith Miles Marmaduke (August 28, 1791 – March 26, 1864) was a Democratic politician from the state of Missouri. He briefly served as Missouri's eighth Governor in 1844 following the suicid...

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William Andrews Clark, Sr. (1839 - 1925)

William Andrews Clark, Sr. was a U.S. senator from Montana and Gilded Age copper magnate from Montana, who was reputed to be one of the two richest industrialists in the United States, rivaled only by ...

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John Austin Wharton, Secretary of War of the Republic of Texas (1806 - 1838)

) John Austin Wharton (April 1806 - December 17, 1838) was distinguished as a statesman, lawyer and a soldier. He served as Adjutant General at the Battle of San Jacinto. In a eulogy at his grave, Re...

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James Sinclair (c.1811 - 1856)

Here is an excellent biographical account of James Sinclair's life written by Irene Spry - -------------------- ) James Sinclair (1811–1856) was a trader and explorer with the Hudson's Bay C...

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Donald Mackenzie (1783 - 1851)

) Donald Mackenzie (June 15, 1783 - Jan. 20, 1851) was a Scottish-Canadian explorer, fur trader and Governor of the Red River Settlement from 1821 to 1834. Early life Born in Scotland, Mackenzie ...

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Lieutenant Jonathan Thorn (USN) (1779 - 1811)

Jonathan Thorn (8 January 1779 – 15 June 1811) was an officer of the United States Navy in the early 19th century. He was born on 8 January 1779 at Schenectady, N.Y.. He was appointed a midshi...

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Peter Skene Ogden (1790 - 1854)

Peter Skene Ogden (alternately Skeene, Skein or Skeen), (baptised 12 February 1790 – September 27, 1854) was a fur trader and a Canadian explorer of what is now British Columbia and the Americ...

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Dr. John McLoughlin ("Father of Oregon") (1784 - 1857)

Dr. John McLoughlin, baptized Jean-Baptiste McLoughlin, (October 19, 1784 – September 3, 1857) was the Chief Factor of the Columbia Fur District of the Hudson's Bay Company at Fort Vancouver. ...

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Nathaniel “Nat” Ford (c.1795 - 1870)

Nathaniel Ford (c. 1795 – January 9, 1870) was an American politician and Oregon pioneer during the time of the Oregon Territory. A native of Missouri, he worked as a sheriff in that state bef...

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John B. Waldo, 13th Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court (1844 - 1907)

John Breckenridge Waldo (October 6, 1844 – September 2, 1907) was an American politician and jurist from the state of Oregon. A native of Oregon, he grew up near Salem as part of a prominent p...

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William Waldo (1832 - 1911)

) William Waldo (April 22, 1832 – November 24, 1911) was an American politician and attorney in Oregon. Born in Missouri, he came to the Oregon Country with his family that included father Dan...

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Daniel Waldo (c.1798 - 1880)

) Daniel Waldo (1800 – September 10, 1880) was an American legislator in the Provisional Government of Oregon, the namesake for the Waldo Hills near Salem, Oregon, and the father of two promin...

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William Waldo, Capt. MP (1812 - 1881)

William Waldo (1812 – 1881) was a candidate for Governor of California in 1853. He was born in Virginia, but spent most of his life in Missouri, where he was a merchant and steamboat captain. In...

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John Wesley Hillman MP (1832 - 1915)

John Wesley Hillman (March 29, 1832 – March 19, 1915) was an American prospector during the California Gold Rush and explorer who was among the first European Americans to see Crater Lake in the...

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James Wilson Marshall MP (1810 - 1885)

James William Marshall Birth: Oct. 8, 1810 Hopewell Mercer County New Jersey, USA Death: Aug. 10, 1885 Kelsey El Dorado County California, USA Folk Figure, Gold Rush notable. James Marshall is ...

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Charles Snowden Fairfax, 10th Lord Fairfax of Cameron MP (1829 - 1869)

Charles Snowdon Fairfax (March 8, 1829 – April 4, 1869) was an American Democratic politician of California. He was of Scottish noble descent and was himself entitled to the title as the 10th Lo...

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Snowshoe Thompson MP (1827 - 1876)

Snowshoe Thompson (April 30, 1827 – May 15, 1876) was a nickname for the Norwegian-American John Albert Thompson, an early resident of the Sierra Nevada of Nevada and California. He is considere...

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Carlile Pollock Patterson (1816 - 1881)

Carlile Pollock Patterson (1816–1881) (his first name is sometimes spelled Carlisle, with an s) was an American civil engineer, superintendent of the United States Coast Survey. The Patterson ...

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Phineas Banning, Father of the Port of Los Angeles MP (1830 - 1885)

Phineas Banning (August 19, 1830 – March 8, 1885) was an American businessman, financier, and entrepreneur. Known as "The Father of the Port of Los Angeles," he was one of the founders of th...

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Bernardo Antonio Yorba MP (1801 - 1858)

From Wikipedia (English) : Bernardo Yorba (August 20, 1800 - November 28, 1858), was a native of Nueva California and the son of Spanish soldier, José Antonio Yorba. Bernardo became one of the...

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Don Benito Wilson MP (1811 - 1878)

Benjamin Davis Wilson (December 1, 1811 – March 11, 1878) was a California statesman and politician. He was known to the Native Americans as Don Benito because of his benevolent manner in his tr...

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Colonel Isaac W. Smith (CSA) (1826 - 1897)

) Isaac Williams Smith (1826-January 1, 1897) was an American soldier, surveyor and engineer. Early life Smith was born in 1826 in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, Virginia, the son of Episco...

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Clay Allison MP (1840 - 1887)

Robert Andrew "Clay" Allison was once asked what he did for a living and he replied "I am a shootist." It is simply not possible to verify the multiple accounts of his numerous outrageous activities ...

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Commodore Thomas ap Catesby Jones (USN) (1790 - 1858)

Thomas ap Catesby Jones (1790–1858) was a U.S. Navy officer during the War of 1812 and the Mexican-American War. Early life Jones was born in 1790 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Thomas ...

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William Henry "Willie" Letterman (1832 - 1881)

William Henry "Willie" Letterman was born in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. (August 12, 1832 - May 23, 1881) He was the co-founder of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity in 1852 at Jefferson College in Canonsbur...

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James White (1749 - 1809)

) James White (June 16, 1749 – October, 1809) was an American physician, lawyer, and politician. He was an early settler at Nashville, Tennessee and in Louisiana. He was a delegate for North C...

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Mirabeau B. Lamar, 2nd Pres., Republic of Texas (1798 - 1859)

Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar (1798–1859) was a Texas politician, diplomat and soldier who was a leading Texas political figure during the Texas Republic era. He was the second President of the Re...

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Henry Leavitt Ellsworth, 1st Commissioner of the U.S. Patent Office (1791 - 1858)

Henry Leavitt Ellsworth (November 10, 1791 – December 27, 1858) was a Yale-educated attorney who became the first Commissioner of the U.S. Patent Office, where he encouraged innovation by inve...

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Lester Allan Pelton (1829 - 1908)

Lester Allan Pelton (September 5, 1829 – March 14, 1908) was an American inventor and is best known for developing the most efficient form of an impulse water turbine, the Pelton wheel. He is ...

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Hiram Bingham I, Protestant Missionary (introduced Christianity to the Hawaiian islands) (1789 - 1869)

Hiram Bingham (1789–1869), was leader of the first group of Protestant missionaries to introduce Christianity to the Hawaiian islands. Bingham was descended from Deacon Thomas Bingham who ha...

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Gerrit P. Judd (1803 - 1873)

Gerrit Parmele Judd (1803–1873) was an American physician and missionary to the Kingdom of Hawaii who later became a trusted advisor and cabinet minister to King Kamehameha III. Life Judd ...

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Samuel Gardner Wilder MP (1831 - 1888)

Samuel Gardner Wilder (1831–1888) was an American shipping magnate and politician who developed a major transportation company in the Kingdom of Hawaii. Life Samuel Gardner Wilder was born...

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Lawrence M. Judd, 7th Territorial Governor of Hawaii (1887 - 1968)

Lawrence McCully Judd (March 20, 1887 – October 4, 1968) was a politician of the Territory of Hawaii, serving as the seventh Territorial Governor. He was devoted to the Hansen's Disease-afflic...

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Albert Francis Judd (1838 - 1900)

Albert Francis Judd (1838–1900) was a judge of the Kingdom of Hawaii who served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court through its transition into part of the United States. Life Judd was...

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Henry A. P. Carter MP (1837 - 1891)

Henry Alpheus Peirce Carter also known as Henry Augustus Peirce Carter (1837–1891) was an American businessman, politician, and diplomat in the Kingdom of Hawaii. Family life Henry Alpheus...

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George R. Carter, 2nd Terr. Gov. of Hawaii (1866 - 1933)

George Carter was Hawaii Territorial Governor. He graduated from Yale University, was trained at Seattle National Bank, and returned to Hawaii to become Cashier of C. Brewer & Co., where his father was...

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Helen Kinau Wilder (1869 - 1954)

A DISTINGUISHED MISS. The Honolulu Heiress Who Wears a Humane Officer’s Badge. Miss Helen Wilder, youngest daughter of Mrs. E.K. Wilder, the mistress of a large fortune and one of the most...

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