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People (Decades of Darkness)

An index of people in the Decades of Darkness timeline.

A

Charles Francis ADAMS (1807-present).

John ADAMS III (1803-1854).

John Quincy ADAMS (1767-1848).

Jean Louis Rodolphe AGASSIZ (1807-present).

Robert ANDERSON (1805-present).

John James AUDUBON (1785-1851).

Alexander II: Russian Czar

B

BALDWIN, Matthias William.

Roger Sherman BALDWIN (1793-present).

Rev. Dr. George BANCROFT (1800-present).

Phineas Taylor BARNUM (1810-present).

Robert Woodward BARNWELL (1801-present).

Judah Philip BENJAMIN (1811-present).

Thomas Hart BENTON (1782-1858).

James Gillespie BIRNEY (1792-1861).

Chief BLACK HAWK

Simon BOLIVAR (1783-1852).

Charles Jean Louis Napoleon BONAPARTE [Napoleon V]. First president of the fourth french republic

Charles Louis Napoleon BONAPARTE [Napoleon III] (1808-1876).

Napoleon Francis Joseph Charles BONAPARTE [Napoleon II] (1811-present).

Sir Isaac BROCK (British-Canadian general)

John BROWN

Orestes Augustus BROWNSON (1803-present).

James BUCHANAN (1791-1836).

Aaron BURR.

C

John Caldwell CALHOUN (1782-1853).

Salmon Portland CHASE (1808-present).

Cassius Marcellus CLAY (1810-1843).

Samuel COLT (1814-present)

Sir James Henry CRAIG (1748-1812).

David CROCKETT

D

Charles DARWIN (1809)-present.

Jefferson DAVIS (1808-present).

Thomas DAVIS (1814-present).

DECATUR, Commodore Stephen. Naval commander.

Francisco DE GOYA (1746-1828) (Spanish artist).

Manuel DE GODOY (1767-1847). Spanish statesman.

Agustin DE ITURBIDE: One of the key figures in the Mexican War of Independence.

Charles John Huffam DICKENS (1812-present). Australian author.

DINGANE

Dorothea DIX (1802-present).

Thomas Wilson DORR (1805-present): New England statesman.

Thomas DOUGLAS, Lord Selkirk (1771–1842). Canadian pioneer.

E

John Henry EATON (1790-1856). American statesmen.

Edward EVERETT (1794-present). New England statesmen.

F

Charles James FAULKNER (1806-present). Virginian lawyer and politician.

Milliard FILLMORE (1800-present). A New Yorker of inspiring mediocrity

James FITZGIBBON (1780-present). Irish-born Canadian soldier.

G

William Lloyd GARRISON (1805-1824).

Horace GREELEY (1811-present). New England newspaper baron.

H

John Parker HALE (1806-present). New Hampshire political leader.

Hannibal HAMLIN (1809-present). Maine and New England political leader.

William Henry HARRISON (1773-1843). American general and political figure.

Robert Young HAYNE: Prominent South Carolinian Senator, then Governor from 1826.

Francis Bond HEAD (1793-present). British and Argentine entrepreneur.

William HOFMEYR (1895-1947). South African Prime Minister, introduced African Suffrage.

Joseph HOLT (1807-present). American lawyer and public official.

HONG Xiuquan (1812-present). Chinese social reformer and revolutionary leader.

Sam HOUSTON (1793-present). Texan military leader and statesman.

Victor HUGO (1802-present). French poet, novelist and dramatist.

J

Andrew JACKSON (1767-1844). American general political leader.

Andrew JOHNSON (1808-present). A very good tailor.

Francis (Frank) White JOHNSON (1799-1833). Martyr of the Texan Revolution.

Don Benito JUAREZ (1806-present).

K

KAPODISTRIAS, Count Ioannis Antonios (1776-1854). Influential Greek political leader.

L

John “Radical Jack” George LAMBTON, Earl of Durham (1792-1840). British politician.

Robert E. LEE (1807-present).

Abraham LINCOLN (1809-present).

Henry Wadsworth LONGFELLOW (1807-present). New England lawyer, orator and political leader.

M

William Lyon MACKENZIE (1795-present). Canadian reformer.

Willie Person MANGUM (1792-1847). American president.

Horace MANN (1796-present). New England politician and mental health advocate.

MOHAMMED Ali Pasha (1769-1850). Egyptian leader.

N

Ramon Maria NARVAEZ (1800-present). Spanish general and statesmen.

Joshua Abraham NORTON (1811-present). American entrepreneur.

O

Daniel O'CONNELL (1776-1815). Irish barrister.

Robert OWEN (1771-1854). Welsh social reformer.

Robert Dale OWEN (1801-1843). American abolitionist.

P

Louis-Joseph PAPINEAU (1786-present). French-Canadian political leader.

Sir Robert PEEL (1788-1853). British political leader.

Louis PHILIPPE (1773-1851). Orleanist King of France.

Franklin PIERCE (1804-president). 12th President of New England.

Gideon Johnson PILLOW (1806-present). American legislator.

Edgar Allan POE (1809-1851).

James Knox POLK (1795-1854). American political leader.

George PREVOST (1767-1812)

S

Lt. Col. Charles-Michel DE SALABERRY: Military commander during the War of 1811.

Antonio Lopez de SANTA ANNA (1794-present).

Henry Rowe SCHOOLCRAFT: (1793-1821).

William SEWARD (1801-present). New England statesman.

Horatio SEYMOUR (1810-present). New England political figure.

SMITH, Junius. Lawyer, entrepreneur, pioneer of ocean steam navigation, and founder of America’s tea industry.

Joseph STORY (1779-1845). New England jurist.

Charles SUMNER (1811-present). New England statesman.

T

Roger Brook TANEY (1777-1835). Maryland lawyer and politician.

Zachary TAYLOR (1784-1851). American general.

Alfred TENNYSON (1809-present).

Louis Adolphe THIERS (1797-present) is a popular French historian.

William Barret TRAVIS (1809-present).

John TYLER (1790-present).

V

Martin VAN BUREN.

Cornelius VANDERBILT.

W

Daniel WEBSTER (1782-1850). New England statesman.

Hugh Lawson WHITE: Prominent Senator from Tennessee.

William WIRT: Eminent author and lawyer.

Levi WOODBURY (1789-1852). New England statesman and jurist.

Frances WRIGHT (1795-1850). Frances Wright was Scottish-born but had a lifelong interest in North America.

Y

Archibald YELL (1797-present). American opportunist.

David Levy YULEE (1810-present). American statesman.

timelines/people_decades_of_darkness.txt · Last modified: 2008/09/23 06:53 by Jared