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  • "Coromandel" 1802 (Convict ship + free settlers) arrived Australia 13 June 1802

    The Coromandel arrived at Portsmouth on 12 January 1802 and departed from Spithead in company with the Perseus bound for Port Jackson on 12 February 1802. She came direct, the first convict ship to do so, and arrived in Port Jackson on 13 June 1802. Only one prisoner died on the voyage out 138 Male convicts Ship Master Alexander Sterling Ship Surgeon (remained in Sydney) Joh...

  • "Admiral Gambier" (Convict Ship) - Arrived Australia 29 September 1811

    This project is to capture all the convicts who arrived in Australia on board the "Admiral Gambier" on 29 September 1811* Richard HAYES

  • Jewish families from Dřevíkov (Holzhof), Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the settlement of Dřevíkov (Holzhof) in Bohemia, Czech Republic. The first Jewish settlers came to Dřevíkov in the early 18th century. Between 1837 and 1849 there was at least 25 Jewish families in the village (roughly half of Dřevíkov´s total population). As the Jewish people gained...

  • Jewish Families from Polička (Politschka), Moravia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to list representatives of all of the Jewish families from the Moravian town of Polička (Politschka) in the Czech Republic.

  • McMaster University

    McMaster University (commonly referred to as McMaster or Mac) is a public research university located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The main campus is located on 121 hectares (300 acres) of land near the residential neighbourhoods of Ainslie Wood and Westdale, adjacent to Hamilton's Royal Botanical Gardens. The university operates six academic faculties: the DeGroote School of Business, Enginee...

  • Holocaust in Poland

    The Holocaust in Nazi-occupied Poland took the lives of three million Polish Jews, destroying an entire civilization. Poles represented the largest number of people who rescued Jews during the Holocaust. To date, 6,135 Poles have been awarded the title of Righteous Among the Nations by the State of Israel 700 of which received their awards posthumously. Between October 1939 and July 1942 a sy...

  • Earliest American Howe Family Settlers

    Howe they lived, died, survived and left their mark... Howe's this: Biography 1676 Lancaster Indian Raid Elizabeth Kerley, who was born in 1660 to Captain Henry Kerley and his first wife, the former Elizabeth White, both of Lancaster, Massachusetts. Elizabeth along with her father had excaped the well documented Massacre at the Lancaster settlement, which was part of the long struggle with ...

  • Ramapo Mountain People - New Netherland to the Present

    A project that attempts to follow the blood lines of black and mixed blood slaves of 17th century New Netherland, through their settlement of the land patents of New Jersey, to the smaller Ramapo Mountain area, and beyond. This examination makes use of the Geni World Tree. It also explores evidence that these lines were fractionally part of the the Ramapo culture Click on the map, here to the...

  • Jewish Families MACK and RAUH of Küps and Altenkunstadt, Upper Franconia, Bavaria

    This project seeks to trace and connect descendants of Wolf of Küps (ca. 1696- ca.1770). The two main ancestors are Wolf’s sons, Moses and Jakob (known by the Yiddish diminutive, Koppel). When required by the German government in 1813 to adopt a family name, Moses evidently chose the acronym Moses aus Küps, which became MACK (the “C” was added later). Jakob/Ko...

  • Battle of New Market, Virginia, May 15, 1864

    Wikipedia: Book: The Battle of New Market: A Story of V.M.I. by Paxton Davis

  • VMI Cadets at the Battle of New Market

    Battle of New Market was a battle fought on May 15, 1864, in Virginia during Valley Campaigns of 1864 in the American Civil War. A makeshift Confederate army of 4100 men, which included cadets from the Virginia Military Institute (VMI), forced Union Major General Franz Sigel and his army out of the Shenandoah Valley. casualties===

  • Original Planters: Guilford, Connecticut, 1639

    The first settlers of Guilford, Connecticut came to America as passengers on the Saint John. The company of settlers on the Saint John was led by the Reverend Henry Whitfield , who had been the rector of St. Margaret's at Ockley in Surrey since 1616. They sailed from England on 20 May 1639 under the command of a Captain Richard Russell, and arrived at New Haven (then Quinnipac), Connecticut, ...

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  • Benefactors of the Christ the King Monument in Karachi, Pakistan

    The Monument to Christ the King is a white marble structure in the grounds of Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Karachi, Pakistan. Contents 1 History 2 Construction 3 Inauguration 4 Feast day 5 Recent events 6 References History This monument stands overlooking one of the busiest streets of Karachi – Shahrah-e-Iraq. The idea for this 54 feet high architectural beauty emerged in 1926. It i...

  • Susannah CROSS married Anthony RICHARDSON and Richard Lionel ROSE (daughter of Charles CROSS and Rose FLOOD)

    Susannah CROSS married Anthony RICHARDSON and then Richard Lionel ROSE Susannah CROSS is the daughter of Charles CROSS and Rose FLOOD who arrived in Australia on board the "Neptune". Susannah was born in Australia. Anthony RICHARDSON was a convict and arrived in Australia on the "Surprise" Richard Lionel ROSE was a convict and arrived in Australia on the "Bellona" The 9th family reunion o...

  • County Tyrone, Northern Ireland - Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards

    Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards of County Tyrone, Northern Ireland Image Right - Donaghedy Parish Church of St. James, Donemana The aim of this project is to gather together information regarding cemeteries and graveyards in the county which either have available transcriptions or have been photographed and transcribed. Please update the project by adding links to any...

  • Jewish Families from Valašské Meziříčí (Wallachisch Meseritsch), Moravia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to list representatives of all of the Jewish families from the Moravian town of Valašské Meziříčí (Wallachisch Meseritsch) in the Czech Republic. Earliest known Jewish community was 1850. 1930 Jewish population was 135. Jewish community originated in 1867. Dr. Adolf Leimdorfer, 19th century rabbi, and historian Chaim Yahil, 1905-74,...

  • De Vries line out of the Netherlands and Brazil

    Note: To return to the host project, click HERE Sub-Project #1 For New Amsterdam Blacks and Mixed Blood Pedigree Links through Photos (One of many similar projects) This one focuses on the DeVries - New Netherland blacks and mixed-blood The base couple is: Capt. Jan De Vries and Lare (Hilary) Criolyo, his wife/slave They had one surviving son: Jan De Vries II from whom the entire de Vries...

  • "Coromandel" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The Coromandel arrived Holdfast Bay, Adelaide on January 12th 1837 with 156 passengers (124 adults and 32 children), and was the first migrant ship to arrive in South Australia, after proclamation of the province. These emigrants were all under twenty six years of age, principally labourers and some mechanics and a few Lincolnshire shepherds. Of the one hundred and fifty-six passengers, all wit...

  • Launching Geni's World Tree - A Retrospective

    Did you ever wonder how Geni got started and how we got all the way from there ... to here? The aim of this project is to recreate a picture of those heady halcyon days of heart-stopping all-nighters by the original hyper-charged Geni Cast team, and members whose vision, indomitable confidence, collaboration and faith created our Big Tree whose labyrinthian vines, roots, and pedigreed branc...

  • Royal College of Physicians

    [ ] The Royal College of Physicians of London is a British professional body of doctors of general medicine and its subspecialties. It was originally founded as the College of Physicians. It received a royal charter in 1518 from King Henry VIII, affirmed by Act of Parliament in 1523. It is a member of the UK Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. It was the first medical institution in England ...

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  • Еврейские переселенцы в Ростов-на-Дону в 1-ю Мировую

    Проект создан для поиска потомков еврейских переселенце...

  • Golden Gate National Cemetery

    Gate National Cemetery is a U.S. National Cemetery in California, located in the city of San Bruno, 12 miles (20 km) south of San Francisco. Find a Grave

  • Mormon Pioneers 1846 ship Brooklyn

    1846 Ship Brooklyn. New York harbor--Cape Horn South America--Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) to Yerba Buena (San Francisco) This project is a sub project of the Mormon Pioneers (1847-1868) Master Project This page covers the Mormon Pioneers of 1846 on the Ship Brooklyn only. This dangerous trek of nearly 24,000 miles (39,000 km) would claim 10 lives of the ship's 238 passengers, nine of which we...

  • Arizona Governors

    The Governor of Arizona is the head of the executive branch of Arizona's government and the commander-in-chief of the state's military forces. The governor has a duty to enforce state laws, and the power to either approve or veto bills passed by the Arizona Legislature, to convene the legislature, and to grant pardons, except in cases of treason and impeachment. Twenty-two people have served ...

  • Cincinnati Red Stockings (1882–1889) (AA)

    This franchise currently exists as the Cincinnati Reds . Cincinnati Reds (1960–present) Cincinnati Redlegs (1954–1959) Cincinnati Reds (1890–1953) (NL and MLB) Cincinnati Red Stockings (1882–1889)

  • Cincinnati Reds (Red Stockings) (1876-1880) (NL)

    The Cincinnati Reds, also known as the Cincinnati Red Stockings, were a professional baseball team based in Cincinnati, Ohio that played from 1875–1880. The club predated the National League of which it became a charter member.*

  • Chicago White Stockings (1876–1889) (NL)

    The team played its first games in 1876 as the Chicago Stockings, a founding member of the National League (NL) , eventually becoming known officially as the Chicago Cubs for the 1903 season. Chicago Cubs (1903–present) Chicago Orphans (1898–1902) (NL) Chicago Colts (1890–1897) (NL) Chicago White Stockings (1876–1889) (NL)

  • National Association of Professional Base Ball Players (NAPBBP) (NA)

    The National Association of Professional Base Ball Players (NAPBBP), or simply the National Association (NA), was founded in 1871 and continued through the 1875 season. It succeeded and incorporated several professional clubs from the National Association of Base Ball Players (NABBP); in turn several of its clubs created the succeeding National League.

  • Boston Red Stockings (1871–1875) (NA)

    After various name changes, the team eventually began operating as the Boston Braves , which lasted for most of the first half of the 20th century. Then, in 1953, the team moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and became the Milwaukee Braves , followed by the final move to Atlanta in 1966. Atlanta Braves (1966–present) Milwaukee Braves (1953–1965) Boston Braves (1941–1952) ...

  • National Association of Base Ball Players (NABBP)

    The National Association of Base Ball Players (NABBP) was the first organization governing American baseball. The first, 1857 convention of sixteen New York City clubs practically terminated the Knickerbocker era, when that club privately deliberated on the rules of the game. The last convention, with hundreds of members represented only via state associations, provoked the establishment of sep...

  • Rockford Forest Citys (1871) (NA)

    Rockford Forest Citys (officially the Forest City Club), from Rockford, Illinois was one of the first professional baseball clubs. Rockford played for one season during the National Association inaugural year of 1871.

  • Jewish Families from Mukacheve (Munkacs), Ukraine

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from Mukacheve, Ukraine, also known as Munkács (HU), Mukačevo (CZ), Mukachëvo (RU), Munkatsch (German) Minkatch (preferred usage in Yiddish). Munkacs - USHMM Mukacheve - KehilaLinks 1933 video from Munkacs Mukacheve is a city located in the valley of the Latorica river in the Zakarpattia Oblast, in southwester...

  • American League (AL) (1901-1902)

    The American League of Professional Baseball Clubs, or simply the American League (AL), is one of two leagues that make up Major League Baseball (MLB) in the United States and Canada. It developed from the Western League, a minor league based in the Great Lakes states, which eventually aspired to major league status. It is sometimes called the Junior Circuit because it claimed Major League stat...

  • Baltimore Orioles (1901–1902) (AL)

    The club began play in the AL in the 1901 season as the Baltimore Orioles (not to be confused with the modern Baltimore Orioles.) Frank Farrell and Bill Devery purchased the franchise (which had ceased operations) and moved it to New York City, renaming the club as the New York Highlanders. The Highlanders were officially renamed as the "Yankees" in 1913. New York Yankees (1913–prese...

  • New York Highlanders (1903–1912) (MLB)

    The club began play in the AL in the 1901 season as the Baltimore Orioles (not to be confused with the modern Baltimore Orioles.) Frank Farrell and Bill Devery purchased the franchise (which had ceased operations) and moved it to New York City, renaming the club as the New York Highlanders. The Highlanders were officially renamed as the "Yankees" in 1913. New York Yankees (1913–prese...

  • Minneapolis Lakers (NBA)

    History of the Minneapolis Lakers =The Los Angeles Lakers are an American professional basketball team based in Los Angeles, California, that competes in the National Basketball Association (NBA). They are members of the Pacific Division of the league's Western Conference. The Lakers play their home games at Staples Center, an arena shared with the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers, the Los Angeles Sp...

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  • New Orleans Jazz (NBA)

    History of the New Orleans Jazz =The Utah Jazz is an American professional basketball team based in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Jazz compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member team of the league's Western Conference Northwest Division. Since 1991, the team has played its home games at Vivint Smart Home Arena, located in Salt Lake City. The franchise began play in 1974 as the...

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  • New York Nets (NBA)

    History of the New York Nets =The Brooklyn Nets are an American professional basketball team based in New York City. The Nets compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member club of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The team plays its home games at the Barclays Center, located in the borough of Brooklyn. They are one of two NBA teams located in New York City; the...

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  • American Motorcycle Hall of Fame

    The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum is an offshoot of the American Motorcyclist Association that recognizes individuals who have contributed to motorcycle sport, motorcycle construction, or motorcycling in general. It displays motorcycles, riding gear, and memorabilia. The museum is located in Pickerington, Ohio, United States.

  • 1001 Vrouwen ‧ XX-e eeuw ‧ Nederland

    1001 Vrouwen - MM-eeuw - Nederland

  • Simon Fraser University

    Simon Fraser University , commonly referred to as SFU , is a public research university in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, with its main campus on Burnaby Mountain and satellite campuses in Downtown Vancouver and Surrey. The 1.7 km2 (0.66 sq mi) main campus on Burnaby Mountain, located 20 km (12 mi) from downtown Vancouver, was established in 1965 and comprises more than 30,000 students and ...

  • Skiing Accident

    7 surprisings facts about ski deaths & injuries The average skier death in CO is a thirty-seven years old experienced male skier wearing a helmet who loses control on an intermediate, groomed run and hits a tree. The majority of deaths — 54 percent — occurred on blue, groomed runs, while 31 percent were on expert trails. The increase in the number of people w...

  • Kastelen in Nederland

    huizen van stand, parken & hun historie . Kastelen in Nederland en de stambomen van hun bewoners ‧ gebruikers ‧ eigenaren . variaties op dit thema • buitenplaats • hûs • kasteel • slot • herenhuis • grachtenpand • paleis • land-huis • monument • havezate • herenhuis • burch...

  • 1918 lnfluenza Pandemic - Canada: Fatalities

    1918 Influenza Pandemic - Canada: Fatalities Canada’s flu dead included soldiers who had survived the fighting overseas only to succumb to illness once in Canada and thousands of family members who welcomed them home but perished soon after their arrival. The loss of so many Canadians had a profound social and economic impact on a country that had already suffered 60,000 war dead. Th...

  • Historic Buildings of County Cavan

    Historic Buildings of County Cavan Republic of Ireland See Historic Buildings of Britain and Ireland - Main Page Image right - Lismore Castle If you have information about any of the Buildings mentioned below please share it here. If you have ancestors linked to any of the places please add them to the project.

  • Saint Paul's Lutheran Cemetery - Ellice Township, Perth County, Ontario, Canada

    Saint Paul's Lutheran Cemetery is located in Perth East. Cemetery Address: Moserville Concession 12, Lot 16, Ellice Township GPS: 43.49683,-80.96982 Links Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project Find A Grave

  • Jewish families from Milíkov (Miltigau), Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the village of Milíkov (Miltigau) in Karlovy Vary Region in Bohemia, Czech Republic.

  • Forfedre sortert etter nivå

    Dette prosjektet for samle alle oldeforeldre Oldeforeldreldre 1.1 Jacob Nilssønn Ristvedt 1.2 Cecilie Kristiane Gustavsdatter Ristvedt (Hære) 1.3 [Jacob Nilssønn Ristvedt [] 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8

  • Boston Bees (1936–1940) (MLB)

    After various name changes, the team eventually began operating as the Boston Braves , which lasted for most of the first half of the 20th century. Then, in 1953, the team moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and became the Milwaukee Braves , followed by the final move to Atlanta in 1966. Atlanta Braves (1966–present) Milwaukee Braves (1953–1965) Boston Braves (1941–1952) ...

  • City of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Cemeteries

    Links to City of Hamilton Cemeteries Formerly Wentworth County Cemeteries Cemeteries are listed under their historical township location (current municipality) Ancaster Township Marx Binkley Cemetery White Chapel Memorial Gardens West Flamborough Township Betzner Family Cemetery Under Construction The plan is to create new projects gradually, but if a specific cemetery is of int...

  • 14 proven ancestors of Charlemagne

    This project uses an ahnentafel of Charlemagne to identify and cut the fake lines in his ancestry. Background The Emperor Charlemagne is the ancestor of most, perhaps all Europeans. His ancestry goes back only a few generations but he has become the gateway for hundreds of fake genealogies back to antiquity, all based on wishful thinking. Scholars generally concede that only 14 ancestors ...

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  • Ancestors of Charlemagne

    Ancestors of KAROLUS Imperator Augustus, Patricius Romanorum (CHARLEMAGNE, CHARLES THE GREAT) Treat the information below with extreme caution. Scholars generally concede that only 14 ancestors of Charlemagne can be proven. Everything else is academic conjecture or amateur speculation. See, e.g., Todd Farmerie, " The 8 proven ancestors of Charlemagne " at soc.genealogy.medieval, Mar. 7, 1999....

  • „Kes on kes Eesti lennunduses“

    Siinsesse projekti on plaanis ajapikku Genist kokku koguda nii need isikud kes mahtusid raamatusse „KES on KES Eesti lennunduses“ kui ka teised Eesti lennundustegelased.

  • Everything you wanted to know about DNA and Genetic Genealogy

    This project serves to answer any questions you may have about DNA and genetic genealogy. You will find here sources about DNA and genetic genealogy, such as scientific papers, newspaper articles, talks, and anything else of interest. DNA explained mtDNA explained Y-DNA explained How-To Section Upload DNA results to GEDMATCH: Sources If you have a GEDMATCH kit number please post i...

  • Seattle Pilots (1969) (MLB)

    The team was founded in 1969 as the Seattle Pilots, an expansion team of the American League (AL), in Seattle, Washington. The Pilots played their home games at Sick's Stadium. After only one season, the team relocated to Milwaukee, becoming known as the Brewers and playing their home games at Milwaukee County Stadium. In 1998, the Brewers joined the National League. Milwaukee Brewers (1970...

  • Milwaukee Brewers (MLB)

    The Milwaukee Brewers are an American professional baseball team based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The team is a member of the National League (NL) Central division in Major League Baseball (MLB). The team is named for the city's association with the brewing industry. Since 2001, the Brewers have played their home games at Miller Park, which has a seating capacity of 41,900. The team was founded...

  • Cleveland Blues (1879-1884) (NL)

    The Cleveland Blues was a Major League Baseball team based in Cleveland, Ohio that operated in the National League from 1879 to 1884. In six seasons their best finish was third place in 1880. Hugh Daily threw a no-hitter for the Blues on September 13, 1883. Besides Daily, notable Blues players included Baseball Hall of Fame member Ned Hanlon. The team was purchased by Charles Byrne in 1885 for ...

  • Troy Trojans (1879-1882) (NL)

    The Troy Trojans were a Major League Baseball team in the National League for four seasons from 1879 to 1882. Their home games were played at Putnam Grounds (1879) and Haymakers' Grounds (1880-1881) in the upstate New York city of Troy, and at Troy Ball Clubs Grounds (1882) across the Hudson in Watervliet, or "West Troy" as it was known at the time.*

  • Detroit Wolverines (1881-1888) (NL)

    The Detroit Wolverines were a 19th-century baseball team that played in the National League from 1881 to 1888 in the city of Detroit, Michigan. In total, they won 426 games and lost 437, taking their lone pennant (and World Series) in 1887. The team was disbanded following the 1888 season.*

  • Philadelphia White Stockings (1873-1875) (NA)

    The Philadelphia White Stockings were an early professional baseball team. They were a member of the National Association from 1873 to 1875. Their home games were played at the Jefferson Street Grounds. They were managed by Fergy Malone, Jimmy Wood, Bill Craver, Mike McGeary, and Bob Addy.During their three-year existence the White Stockings won 102 games and lost 77 for a winning percentage of...

  • Indianapolis Blues (1878) (NL)

    The Indianapolis Blues were a baseball team in the National League only during the 1878 season and finished fifth in the six-team league with a 24-36 record. They were managed by outfielder/first baseman/catcher John Clapp, and played their home games at South Street Park.Their top-hitting regular was right fielder Orator Shafer, who batted .338 with a slugging percentage of .455. Their most su...

  • Milwaukee Grays (1878) (NL)

    The Milwaukee Grays were a short-lived baseball team that spent one year, 1878, in the National League.The team was part of the League Alliance, loosely affiliated with the National League, in 1877. It won 19 games and lost 13 (including a 10-7 loss to the Chicago White Stockings of the NL), ending up in fourth place. "The team's sharp style and strong hometown support won them a National Leagu...

  • Buffalo Bisons (1879-1885) (NL)

    The original Buffalo Bisons baseball club played in the National League between 1879 and 1885. The Bisons played their games at Riverside Park (1879–83) and Olympic Park (1884-85) in Buffalo, New York. The NL Bisons are included in the history of the minor-league team of the same name that still plays today; it is thus the only extant NL team from the 19th century that both still exists ...

  • Syracuse Stars (1877-79) (NL)

    Syracuse Stars was a 19th-century American baseball team, as well as the name of the minor league baseball teams which preceded it, based in Syracuse, New York. They played their home games at Newell Park. (They were unrelated to the Syracuse Stars of the American Association, who played for one year, in 1890.)Established as an independent team in 1877, the Stars joined the International Associ...

  • Mutual Base Ball Club of New York (New York Mutuals) (1857-1876) (NABBP, NA and NL)

    The Mutual Base Ball Club of New York was a leading American baseball club almost throughout its 20-year history. It was established during 1857, the year of the first baseball convention, just too late to be a founding member of the National Association of Base Ball Players.

  • Excelsior of Brooklyn (1854->1893) (NABBP)

    The Brooklyn Excelsiors were an amateur baseball team that played in Brooklyn, New York. Formed in 1854, the Excelsior ballclub featured stars such as Jim Creighton, Asa Brainard, and Candy Cummings.The team is known for originating the "Brooklyn-style" baseball cap, precursor to the modern cap.

  • Stars of Brooklyn (1859-1871) (NABBP)

    Players for the Star baseball club of Brooklyn, New York (or Brooklyn Stars), a member of the National Association of Base Ball Players from 1859 to 1870 and the 1871 champion of its short-lived amateur successor, the National Association of Amateur Base Ball Players.

  • Jüri kihelkond

    * Kaitseliit 1919 nimekirjad: II jaoskond Raasiku osakond (Jõelähtme-, Kuusalu-, Kose-, Jüri-, Harju Jaani) nimekirjad. 1918 detsembris hakati moodustama Kaitseliidu baasil Eesti oma sõjaväge Vabadussõjas võitlemiseks: Eesti kirikEesti Kirik (1923-1940), nr. 36, 9 september 1926 , Jüri khk ajaloost 1712 induktsioonirevisjon Jü...

  • Halliste, Vana-Kariste, Eesti

    Vana-Karistega seotud info ja materjalid Vana-Kariste küla asub Viljandi maakonnas Halliste vallas. 2000. a. rahvaloenduse andmeil elab külas 95 elanikku. Kariste on paikkond Viljandi maakonnas. Ürikuis on 1551. a. mainitud Kariste järve (Karrische See) ning 1601. a. Kariste küla ja mõisa (Das Dorff Karris, Der Hoff Karries). Vana- Kariste ( Alt...

  • Jewish families from Malá Šitboř (Schüttüber), Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Malá Šitboř (Schüttüber) in Bohemia, Czech Republic. Small Šitboř (Klein Schüttüber) The beginnings of the local Jewish religious community associated with milíkovskou Jewish community founded sometime before 1724. The Internal Revenue gneiss (1654)...

  • Jewish Families from Braunsbach, Germany

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Braunsbach, Germany. JewishGen-Braunsbach

  • Art Nouveau

    Art Nouveau is an international philosophy and style of art, architecture and applied art—especially the decorative arts—that was most popular during 1890–1910. English uses the French name "Art Nouveau" ("new art"), but the style has many different names in other countries. A reaction to academic art of the 19th century, it was inspired by natural forms and structures, not...

  • Brooklyn Bridegrooms (1896–1898) (NL)

    The Dodgers were originally founded in 1883 as the Brooklyn Atlantics, taking the name of a defunct team that had played in Brooklyn before them. The team joined the American Association in 1884 and won the AA championship in 1889 before joining the National League in 1890. They promptly won the NL Championship their first year in the League. The team was known alternatively as the Bridegrooms,...

  • Brooklyn Grooms (1891–1895) (NL)

    The Dodgers were originally founded in 1883 as the Brooklyn Atlantics, taking the name of a defunct team that had played in Brooklyn before them. The team joined the American Association in 1884 and won the AA championship in 1889 before joining the National League in 1890. They promptly won the NL Championship their first year in the League. The team was known alternatively as the Bridegrooms,...

  • Brooklyn Bridegrooms (1888–1890) (AA and NL)

    The Dodgers were originally founded in 1883 as the Brooklyn Atlantics, taking the name of a defunct team that had played in Brooklyn before them. The team joined the American Association in 1884 and won the AA championship in 1889 before joining the National League in 1890. They promptly won the NL Championship their first year in the League. The team was known alternatively as the Bridegrooms,...

  • Brooklyn Grays (1885–1887) (AA)

    The Dodgers were originally founded in 1883 as the Brooklyn Atlantics, taking the name of a defunct team that had played in Brooklyn before them. The team joined the American Association in 1884 and won the AA championship in 1889 before joining the National League in 1890. They promptly won the NL Championship their first year in the League. The team was known alternatively as the Bridegrooms,...

  • Brooklyn Atlantics (1884) (AA)

    The Dodgers were originally founded in 1883 as the Brooklyn Atlantics, taking the name of a defunct team that had played in Brooklyn before them. The team joined the American Association in 1884 and won the AA championship in 1889 before joining the National League in 1890. They promptly won the NL Championship their first year in the League. The team was known alternatively as the Bridegrooms,...

  • Brooklyn Ward's Wonders (1890) (PL)

    The Brooklyn Ward's Wonders was a team who played in the Players' League in 1890. The team's nickname derived from its superstar shortstop, hall of famer John Montgomery Ward. The team finished with a 76-56 record, good enough to finish in second place. Other notable players for Brooklyn that year were Dave Orr, George Van Haltren, and Gus Weyhing. The team folded after the season along with th...

  • New York Giants (1890) (PL)

    In 1890, the short-lived Players' League included a team called the New York Giants. This baseball team was managed by Hall of Famer Buck Ewing, and they finished third with a record of 74-57. Besides Ewing, who was also a catcher on this team, the roster several former members of the National League New York Giants, such as Hall of Famers Roger Connor, Jim O'Rourke, Hank O'Day, and Tim Keefe. ...

  • Chicago Pirates (1890) (PL)

    The Chicago Pirates were a baseball team in the Players' League for a single season in 1890. The team played their home games at South Side Park (II). Their powerful National League rivals were the Chicago White Stockings which later became the Cubs. The Pirates recruited most of the White Stocking's players, and for this reason the Pirate's attendance was nearly fifty percent higher than the...

  • Pittsburgh Burghers (1890) (PL)

    The Pittsburgh Burghers were a baseball team in the Players' League, a short-lived Major League that existed only for the 1890 season. The team included a number of players who had jumped from the National League's Pittsburgh Alleghenys (now the Pittsburgh Pirates), including Hall of Famers Pud Galvin, Ned Hanlon, and Jake Beckley. Hanlon served as the team's Manager. Meanwhile, John Tener, who...

  • Louisville Eclipse (1882-1884) (AA)

    The Louisville Colonels were a Major League Baseball team that played in the American Association (AA) throughout that league's ten-year existence from 1882 until 1891. They were known as the Louisville Eclipse from 1882–1884, and as the Louisville Colonels from 1885 to 1891. The latter name derived from the historic Kentucky colonels. After the AA folded in 1891, the Colonels joined the...

  • Louisville Grays (1876-1877) (NL)

    The Louisville Grays were a 19th-century United States baseball team and charter member of the National League, based in Louisville, Kentucky. They played two seasons, 1876 and 1877, and compiled a record of 65–61. Their home games were at the Louisville Baseball Park. The Grays were owned by businessman Walter Newman Haldeman, owner and publisher of the Louisville Courier-Journal newspa...

  • New Haven Elm Citys (1875) (NA)

    The New Haven Elm Citys was a professional baseball team based in New Haven, Connecticut. They existed for one season, in the National Association of Professional Base Ball Players in 1875. The Elm City played 47 games during their existence, and had a win–loss record of 7–40. They played their home games at the Howard Avenue Grounds. It is considered a major league team by those ...

  • Buffalo Bisons (1890) (PL)

    The Buffalo Bisons of 1890 were a member of the short-lived Players' League. This baseball team was managed by Jack Rowe and Jay Faatz, and they finished eighth (last) with a record of 36-96 while playing their home games at Olympic Park. Hall of Famer Connie Mack was a part-owner of the franchise, having invested his life savings of $500 in the team, none of which he ever recouped.In addition ...

  • Baltimore Canaries (1872-1874) (NA)

    The Baltimore Canaries were a professional baseball club in the National Association from 1872 to 1874.*

  • Hartford Dark Blues (1874-1876) (NA and NL)

    The Hartford Dark Blues were a 19th-century baseball team. The team was based in Hartford, Connecticut. Brooklyn Hartfords (1877) Hartford Dark Blues (1874-1876)

  • Brooklyn Hartfords (1877) (NL)

    The Hartford Dark Blues were a 19th-century baseball team. The team was based in Hartford, Connecticut. Brooklyn Hartfords (1877) Hartford Dark Blues (1874-1876)

  • St. Louis Brown Stockings (1875-1877) (NA and NL)

    The St. Louis Brown Stockings were a professional baseball club based in St. Louis, Missouri, from 1875 to 1877, which competed on the cusps of the existences of two all-professional leagues –– the National Association (NA) and the National League (NL). The team is the forerunner of, but not directly connected with, the current St. Louis Cardinals Major League Baseball team. After...

  • Providence Grays (1878-1885) (NL)

    The Providence Grays were a Major League Baseball team based in Providence, Rhode Island who played in the National League from 1878 until 1885. The Grays played at the Messer Street Grounds in the Olneyville neighborhood. The team won the National League title twice, in 1879 and 1884. Following the 1884 season, they won the first World Series over the New York Metropolitans of the American Ass...

  • New York Metropolitans (1880-1887) (AA)

    The Metropolitan Club (the New York Metropolitans or the Mets) was a 19th-century professional baseball team that played in New York City from 1880 to 1887. The New York Metropolitan Baseball Club was the name originally chosen in 1961 for the current day New York Mets franchise.*

  • Worcester Worcesters (Ruby Legs, Brown Stockings) (1879-1882) (NL)

    The Worcester Worcesters were a 19th-century Major League Baseball team from 1880 to 1882 in the National League. The team is referred to, at times, as the Brown Stockings or the Ruby Legs; however, no contemporary sources from the time exist that support the use of either name. The Ruby Legs played their home games at the Worcester Driving Park Grounds in the Worcester Agricultural Fairgrounds...

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