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...Stephens, Alexander Hamilton Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Governor of Georgia, and Vice President of the Confederate States of America, Alexander Hamilton Stephens was a powerful force in American politics before, during...
...Seelye, Julius Hawly Julius Hawley Seelye was born on 14 September 1824 in Bethel, Connecticut. He graduated with his BA in 1849 from Amherst College. He then studied at Auburn Theological Seminary, graduating in 1852. Seelye then studied...
...Bloom, Allan David Allan Bloom was born on 14 September 1930 in Indianapolis, Indiana. At the age of sixteen he began attending the University of Chicago, where he earned his BA in 1949, his MA in 1953, and his PhD from the Committee...
...MacMahon, Thomas O’Brien Thomas O’Brien MacMahon was born in Tipperary. A Roman Catholic, he produced two works on human nature: An Essay on the Depravity and Corruption of Human Nature (1774) and Man’s Capricious, Petulant and Tyrannical...

Duchè, Jacob (1738–98)

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...During the American Revolution, Jacob Duchè was a major religious and intellectual West, Benjamin (1738-1820) Washington, George Spence, Thomas Spence, Mary Peters, Richard Law, William Hopkinson, Thomas Hopkinson, Mary Hopkinson, Francis...

Jeffries, John (1745–1819)

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...Pigot, George Johnson, Samuel Franklin, Benjamin Edwards, Jonathan Physician, surgeon, and the first American to fly, John Jeffries was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the son of David and Sarah Jaffrey Jeffries. After graduating from...
...Croker, John Wilson John Wilson Croker was born in Galway on 20 December 1780 and died in Hampton on 10 August 1857. His mother Hester was the second wife of John Croker, a member of a moderately prosperous family, with property...
...Dew, Thomas Roderick Thomas Roderick Dew was born on his father's plantation at Dewsville, near Newtown in King and Queen County, Virginia, on 5 December 1802 to Captain Thomas Dew, a wealthy plantation owner who fought in the Revolutionary...
...Magee, William Connor William Connor Magee was born in Cork on 17 December 1821 and died in London on 5 May 1891. He entered Trinity College, Dublin in 1835 and graduated BA in 1842, and MA and BD in 1844. He was curate of St Thomas...
...Hughes, Henry Henry Hughes, one of a multitude of Southern theorists that argued that slavery was a “positive good,” published a book that makes one the earliest uses of the word “sociology” in America. His Treatise on Sociology...