386 illustrations of famous people including: Sebastian Cabot, Caesar, John C. Calhoun, Andrew Carnegie, Samuel Champlain, Li Hung Chang, Charlemagne, Geoffrey Chaucer, Henry Clay, Samuel Clemens, Grover Cleveland, Christopher Columbus, Confucius, Hernan Cortes, Stephen Crane, David Crockett, Oliver Cromwell, George Armstrong Custer, and many more
(1844-1925) Writer who fought in the Civil War that wrote Silent South and fought for equal rights for…
Writer who fought in the Civil War that wrote Silent South and fought for equal rights for…
(1474-1557) English explorer
Explorer with Columbus
Italian navigator and cartographer.
An explorer born in Venice. He traveled to Newfoundland and America.
Sebastian Cabot (c. 1484 - c. 1557) was an Italian explorer, probably born in Venice.
Portrait of Caesar
"Julius Caesar was the leader of the popular party, who in a few years was destined to prove himself…
(63 BC - AD 14) Founder of the Roman Empire
(63-14 BCE) Founder of the Roman Empire
(63 BC-14) Founder of the Roman Empire
The bust of Gaius Iulius Caesar.
Bust of Gaius Iulius Caesar.
(100-44 B.C.) Reigned over Rome.
Julius Caeser, Roman emperor.
(100 BC- 44 BC) A Roman military and political leader and one of the most influential men in world history.
Roman political leader, Julius Caesar.
An image depicting Julius Caesar, a Roman general and statesman. He was a key component to the shift…
The bust of Julius Caesar.
An illustration of Caesar. A politician of the populares tradition, he formed an unofficial triumvirate…
(100BC-44BC) The father of Rome that became its emperor that was murdered.
(1853--) English novelist and dramatist
John C. Calhoun (March 18, 1782 - March 31, 1850) was a leading Southern politician and political philosopher…
First Governor of New Mexico
John C. Calhoun, a senator from South Carolina who instigated the doctrine of nullification in his state.
A portrait of John C. Calhoun, one of the leading United States Southern politicians and philosopher…
(1782-1850) Seventh vice-president and first vice-president born as a United States citizen.
(1782-1850) Vice-president of John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson from 1825-1832
(1782-1850) Vice-president under John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson from 1825-1832
John Caldwell Calhoun (March 18, 1782 – March 31, 1850) was a leading United States Southern politician…
Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, known as Caligula was the third Roman Emperor and a member…
(1792-1862) Call served as Florida's third and fifth territorial governor.
Cecilius Calvert, also known as Lord Baltimore, was an English colonizer who was the first proprietor…
Cecilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore (August 8, 1605 – November 30, 1675), usually called Cecil,…
(1580-1632) Founder of Maryland colony in 1632
(1580-1632) An English politician and coloniser and the 1st Baron Baltimore.
(died 1632) Founder of Maryland colony in 1632
John Calvin (or Jean Calvin) (10 July 1509 - 27 May 1564) was a French Protestant theologian during…
A French pastor during the Protestant Reformation, who helped develop the system of Christian theology…
Cambaceres (Second Consul).
(1232-1310) Italian architect and sculptor.
Jules-Martin Cambon (April 5, 1845 in Paris - September 19, 1935 in Vevey, Switzerland) was a French…
(1500-1574) German classical scholar.
(1833-1918) Cameron served as Secretary of War and as a senator from Pennsylvania.
(1524-1580) Luis Vaz de Camoes is considered Portugal's greatest poet.
First Governor of Wyoming Territory
Thomas Campbell (27 July 1777 — 15 June 1844) was a Scottish poet chiefly remembered for his sentimental…
(1777-1844) Thomas Campbell was a Scottish poet and is known for his sentimental poetry dealing specially…
Edward Richard Sprigg Canby (November 9, 1817 – April 11, 1873) was a career United States Army…
(1770-1827) Distinguished English orator and statesman.
Prime Minister of Great Britain for a brief amount of time in 1827.
A president of the Mormon church.
American lawyer, legislator, and congressman.
"Canute." — Lardner, 1885