171 illustrations of famous people including: Charles Darwin, Jefferson Davis, Sir Humphrey Davy, Henry Dawes, Hernando De Soto, Stephen Decatur, Paul Delaroche, Charles Dickens, Donatello, Stephen Douglas, Frederick Douglass, Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir Francis Drake, and more

Morgan Dix (born November 1, 1827 in New York City; died April 29, 1908) was an American priest, "divine" (a theologian) and religious author. The son of John A. Dix and Catherine Morgan, he was educated at Columbia College and the General Theological Seminary. For almost fifty-three years, he was identified with Trinity Church, New York, of which he became assistant minister in 1855 and rector in 1862. As well as being a very active churchman, Dix also wrote widely about the practice of Christianity. Among his major works are Commentaries on Romans and on Galatians and Colossians; The Calling of a Christian Woman; The Seven Deadly Sins; The Sacramental System; and Lectures on the First Prayer-Book of Edward VI.

Morgan Dix

Morgan Dix (born November 1, 1827 in New York City; died April 29, 1908) was an American priest, "divine"…

Born in Hatford, Conn., Sept. 4, 1805; died in New York City, Feb. 9, 1883. First director of the Erie Railway.

William Earl Dodge

Born in Hatford, Conn., Sept. 4, 1805; died in New York City, Feb. 9, 1883. First director of the Erie…

Sanford Ballard Dole (April 23, 1844 – June 9, 1926) was President of the Republic of Hawaii from 1893-1900 and Hawaii's first territorial governor from 1900-1903.

Sanford Ballard Dole

Sanford Ballard Dole (April 23, 1844 – June 9, 1926) was President of the Republic of Hawaii from…

Dolliver was mentioned as a prominent candidate for vice-president in 1900.

Jonathan P. Dolliver

Dolliver was mentioned as a prominent candidate for vice-president in 1900.

Roman emperor.

Domitian

Roman emperor.

This picture is a painting of the great artist, Donatello. The artist of the portrait is unknown.

Donatello

This picture is a painting of the great artist, Donatello. The artist of the portrait is unknown.

American congressman and supporter of women's suffrage.

Ignatius Donnelly

American congressman and supporter of women's suffrage.

(1832-1883) Painter and book illustrator. Illustrated editions of Dante, the Bible, Milton and many others.

Gustave Dore

(1832-1883) Painter and book illustrator. Illustrated editions of Dante, the Bible, Milton and many…

A French artist, born Strasburg, Alsace-Lorraine, Jan. 10, 1833; died in Paris, Jan. 23, 1883.

Gustave Dore

A French artist, born Strasburg, Alsace-Lorraine, Jan. 10, 1833; died in Paris, Jan. 23, 1883.

Abner Doubleday (June 26, 1819 – January 26, 1893) was a career United States Army officer and Union general in the American Civil War.

Abner Doubleday

Abner Doubleday (June 26, 1819 – January 26, 1893) was a career United States Army officer and…

"Stephen A. Douglas was a northern democrat and judge, involved in the fight for Kansas."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

Stephen A. Douglas

"Stephen A. Douglas was a northern democrat and judge, involved in the fight for Kansas."—E. Benjamin…

(1813-1861) In 1835 Douglas was attorney general of Illinois. He became secretary of the state of Illinois in 1840, judge of the state supreme court in 1841, and was elected to congress in 1843.

Stephen A. Douglas

(1813-1861) In 1835 Douglas was attorney general of Illinois. He became secretary of the state of Illinois…

Stephen Arnold Douglas (April 23, 1813 - June 3, 1861) was an American politician from the western state of Illinois, and was the Democratic Party nominee for President in 1860. He lost to the Republican Party's candidate, Abraham Lincoln.

Stephen Arnold Douglas

Stephen Arnold Douglas (April 23, 1813 - June 3, 1861) was an American politician from the western state…

(1818-1895) African American abolitionist who was the first African American leader of national stature in the United States

Frederick Douglass

(1818-1895) African American abolitionist who was the first African American leader of national stature…

Douglass was an abolitionist, editor, speaker, and reformed. He is also known as "The Sage of Anacostia" and "The Lion of Anacostia."

Frederick Douglass

Douglass was an abolitionist, editor, speaker, and reformed. He is also known as "The Sage of Anacostia"…

Frederick Douglass (born Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, February 14, 1818 – February 20, 1895) was an American abolitionist, editor, orator, author, statesman and reformer.

Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass (born Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, February 14, 1818 – February 20,…

(1859-1930) Author of Sherlock Holmes

A. Conan Doyle

(1859-1930) Author of Sherlock Holmes

(1859-1930) English novelist best known for writing the Sherlock Holmes detective stories.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

(1859-1930) English novelist best known for writing the Sherlock Holmes detective stories.

Sir Francis Drake, an English pirate and navigator.

Francis Drake

Sir Francis Drake, an English pirate and navigator.

(1540-1506) Elizabethan seaman that fought in the Spanish Armada.

Sir Francis Drake

(1540-1506) Elizabethan seaman that fought in the Spanish Armada.

Sir Francis Drake

Sir Francis Drake

Sir Francis Drake

First European visitor to Oregon

Sir Francis Drake

First European visitor to Oregon

(1540-1596) An English privateer, navigator, politician, and civil engineer of the Elizabethan era.

Sir Francis Drake

(1540-1596) An English privateer, navigator, politician, and civil engineer of the Elizabethan era.

Sir Francis Drake, Vice Admiral, (c. 1540 - 27 January 1595) was an English privateer, navigator, slaver, and politician of the Elizabethan era. Queen Elizabeth I awarded Drake knighthood in 1581. He was second-in-command of the English fleet against the Spanish Armada in 1588, subordinate only to Charles Howard and the Queen herself. He died of dysentery after unsuccessfully attacking San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1595.

Sir Francis Drake

Sir Francis Drake, Vice Admiral, (c. 1540 - 27 January 1595) was an English privateer, navigator, slaver,…

John William Draper (May 5, 1811, - January 4, 1882) was an American (English-born) scientist, philosopher, physician, chemist, historian, and photographer.

John William Draper

John William Draper (May 5, 1811, - January 4, 1882) was an American (English-born) scientist, philosopher,…

William Henry Draper (March 11, 1801 – November 3, 1877) was a lawyer, judge and political figure in Upper Canada and Canada West.

William Henry Drayton

William Henry Draper (March 11, 1801 – November 3, 1877) was a lawyer, judge and political figure…

(1786-1860) Banker, politician and religious leader that became leader of the Catholic Apostolic Church.

Henry Drummond

(1786-1860) Banker, politician and religious leader that became leader of the Catholic Apostolic Church.

(1851-1897) Scottish preacher, professor, and author.

Henry Drummond

(1851-1897) Scottish preacher, professor, and author.

(1631-1700) Poet, playwright, satirist and the Poet Laureate

John Dryden

(1631-1700) Poet, playwright, satirist and the Poet Laureate

English writer

John Dryden

English writer

Dryden was a famous poet.

John Dryden

Dryden was a famous poet.

James Duane (February 6, 1733–February 1, 1797) was a lawyer, jurist, and Revolutionary leader from New York. He served as a delegate to the Continental Congress, a U.S. District Judge, New York state senator, and as Mayor of New York.

James Duane

James Duane (February 6, 1733–February 1, 1797) was a lawyer, jurist, and Revolutionary leader from…

Lady Jane Grey (1536~1537 – 12 February 1554), also referred to as Queen Jane, a great-niece of Henry VIII of England, was a claimant to the Kingdom of England and Kingdom of Ireland. Her claimed rule of nine days in July 1553 is the shortest rule of England in its history.

Lady Jane Dudley

Lady Jane Grey (1536~1537 – 12 February 1554), also referred to as Queen Jane, a great-niece of…

Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester (24 June 1532~1533 – 4 September 1588) was the long standing favourite of Elizabeth I of England. Robert Dudley was temporarily imprisoned, along with his father and brothers Guilford, John, Ambrose and Henry Dudley, in the Tower of London, where his stay coincided with the imprisonment of his childhood friend, Lady Elizabeth Tudor, who had been sent there on the orders of her estranged elder sister, Queen Mary I of England. By this time he was already married to Amy Robsart. A document titled "Leycester's Commonwealth", banned in England when published in Europe, proposes an elaborate conspiracy regarding Dudley.

Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester

Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester (24 June 1532~1533 – 4 September 1588) was the long standing…

(1826-1902) Governor of Canada from 1872-1878

Marquis of Dufferin

(1826-1902) Governor of Canada from 1872-1878

(1865- ) Duke of Cornwall and York

Duke of Cornwall and York

(1865- ) Duke of Cornwall and York

(1802-1870) French author that wrote The Three Musketeers and The count of Monte Cristo

Alexandre Dumas

(1802-1870) French author that wrote The Three Musketeers and The count of Monte Cristo

(1802-1870) French author that wrote The Three Musketeers and The count of Monte Cristo

Alexandre Dumas

(1802-1870) French author that wrote The Three Musketeers and The count of Monte Cristo

(1753-183) French general who helped with the American war

Count Mathieu Dumas

(1753-183) French general who helped with the American war

Famous French general.

Charles Dumouriez

Famous French general.

A Swiss business who recorded his memories and experiences in his book A Memory of Solferino, which inspired the creation of the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Henri Dunant

A Swiss business who recorded his memories and experiences in his book A Memory of Solferino, which…

Félix Antoine Philibert Dupanloup (January 3, 1802 – October 11, 1878) was a French ecclesiastic. In ecclesiastical policy his views were moderate. Both before and during the First Vatican Council, he opposed the definition of the dogma of papal infallibility as inopportune, but after the definition was among the first to accept the dogma. Dupanloup died on October 11, 1878, at the château of La Combe-de-Lancey.

Félix Antoine Philibert Dupanloup

Félix Antoine Philibert Dupanloup (January 3, 1802 – October 11, 1878) was a French ecclesiastic.…

Dupleix.

Dupleix

Dupleix.

"Admiral Samuel F. Dupont served in the Civil War."— Frank Leslie, 1896

Admiral Samuel F. Dupont

"Admiral Samuel F. Dupont served in the Civil War."— Frank Leslie, 1896

Samuel Francis Du Pont (September 27, 1803 – June 23, 1865) was an American naval officer who achieved the rank of Rear Admiral in the United States Navy, and a member of the prominent Du Pont family.

Samuel Francis Dupont

Samuel Francis Du Pont (September 27, 1803 – June 23, 1865) was an American naval officer who…

A title of Peerage of the United Kingdom, created for the prominent Whig politician John Lambton. He authored the famous Durham Report, which is an important document in the history of Canada.

Earl of Durham

A title of Peerage of the United Kingdom, created for the prominent Whig politician John Lambton. He…

Durham was a lawyer and comptroller of the treasury.

Milton J. Durham

Durham was a lawyer and comptroller of the treasury.

(1841-1904) Composer

Antonin Dvorak

(1841-1904) Composer

Theodore William Dwight (1822-1892), American jurist and educator, cousin of Theodore Dwight Woolsey and of Timothy Dwight V, was born July 18, 1822 in Catskill, New York.

Theodore William Dwight

Theodore William Dwight (1822-1892), American jurist and educator, cousin of Theodore Dwight Woolsey…

(1752-1817) Educator and poet that scorned the decline of values.

Timothy Dwight

(1752-1817) Educator and poet that scorned the decline of values.

Timothy Dwight V (November 16, 1828 – May 26, 1916) was president of Yale University from 1886 through 1899.

Timothy Dwight

Timothy Dwight V (November 16, 1828 – May 26, 1916) was president of Yale University from 1886…