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...Fergusson, Elizabeth Graeme Elizabeth Graeme was born in Philadelphia on 3 February 1737, the youngest of nine children, to Anne Diggs and Thomas Graeme, a Scottish immigrant. Her father became a prominent doctor in Philadelphia...
...Hochberg, Herbert Irving Herbert Hochberg was born on 13 July 1929 in Detroit, Michigan, the son of George and Lillian Hochberg. The family moved to New York City, where his father became the managing editor of the left-wing Yiddish...
...Morris, George Sylvester George S. Morris was born on 15 November 1840 in Norwich, Vermont. His father was a devout Congregationalist, maintaining a Puritan home life and ardently supporting abolition and temperance. Morris graduated first...
...Dewey, JohnLee, Harold Newton Harold N. Lee was born on 6 August 1899 in Seattle, Washington. He received his BA (1922) and MA (1924) from the University of Oregon, and his PhD in philosophy from Harvard in 1930. He became an assistant...
...In early eighteenth-century Boston, a small group of natural philosophers introduced New Englanders to new ways of interpreting Sewall, Mehitable Royal Society of London Robie, Thomas Mather, Cotton Kilgour, Frederick Derham, William...
...John Peter Zenger, John Peter Walpole, Robert Van Dam, Rip Swift, Jonathan Pope, Alexander Morris, Lewis Hamilton, Andrew Cosby, William Bradford, William (1663-1752) Zenger was born in 1697 in the Palatinate, an area of Germany...
...Thomas Dale worked in medical, legal, and literary Kirkpatrick, James Full and Clear Reply to Doctor Thomas Dale, A Gentleman's Magazine, The Dale, Thomas “Prologue to the Orphan” Dale, Thomas “Epilogue to the Recruiting Officer” Dale...
...Isaac Greenwood was a mathematician and the Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at Harvard College from 1727 to 1738. The first endowed chair of science in British North America, he was, although not an original thinker...
...John Mitchell was once only remembered as the author of one important and ambiguous map. As mapmaker, he was later subsumed into the strongly nationalist narratives of modern Americans. Mitchell was a polymath working on botany, zoology...
...Thomas Hutchinson was one of the most controversial political leaders in British America during the years leading up to Otis, James, Sr. Otis, James, Jr. Oliver, Andrew the American Revolution. He drew on the political thought...