321 illustrations of famous people including: James Madison, Horace Mann, Francis Marion, John Marshall, Irvin McDowell, William McKinley, James B. McPherson, George G. Meade, John Milton, James Monroe, Montezuma, Thomas Moore, Samuel Morse, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and more

(1800-1891) Chief of general staff of the army for Prussia

Count Von Moltke

(1800-1891) Chief of general staff of the army for Prussia

(1727--) Land surveyor who lead an expedition to the West against the Indians

Lachlin M'Intosh

(1727--) Land surveyor who lead an expedition to the West against the Indians

"Congress was sitting there, and the troops passed in review before the President, Hon. Thomas M'Kean."—Coffin, 1879.

Thomas M'Kean

"Congress was sitting there, and the troops passed in review before the President, Hon. Thomas M'Kean."—Coffin,…

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Delaware

Thomas M'Kean

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Delaware

First Governor of Delaware

Thomas M'Kean

First Governor of Delaware

Lieutenant General Arthur MacArthur, Jr. (June 2, 1845–September 5, 1912), was a United States Army General.

Arthur MacArthur

Lieutenant General Arthur MacArthur, Jr. (June 2, 1845–September 5, 1912), was a United States…

(1800-1859) English historian

Lord Macaulay

(1800-1859) English historian

"(1800-1859), an English historian, essayist and statesman, celebrated for the brilliance of his prose style." -Foster, 1921

Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay

"(1800-1859), an English historian, essayist and statesman, celebrated for the brilliance of his prose…

(1800-1859) English essayist, critic, and historian

Thomas B. Macaulay

(1800-1859) English essayist, critic, and historian

A nineteenth century British poet, historian and Whig politician. He wrote extensively as an essayist and reviewer, and on British history.

Thomas Macauley

A nineteenth century British poet, historian and Whig politician. He wrote extensively as an essayist…

(1824-1905) Scotch poet, novelist, and preacher

George Macdonald

(1824-1905) Scotch poet, novelist, and preacher

(1815-1891) Canadian politician

Sir J. A. Macdonald

(1815-1891) Canadian politician

(1815-1891) First Prime Minister of Canada

Sir John Alexander Macdonald

(1815-1891) First Prime Minister of Canada

(1831- ) Politician and banker

Sir Wm. Macdonald

(1831- ) Politician and banker

Thomas MacDonough (December 21, 1783 – November 10, 1825) was an early 19th-century American naval officer, most notable as commander of American naval forces in Lake Champlain during the War of 1812.

Thomas Macdonough

Thomas MacDonough (December 21, 1783 – November 10, 1825) was an early 19th-century American naval…

Sir Duncan MacDougall was a Scottish military officer born in 1789.

Sir Duncan MacDougall

Sir Duncan MacDougall was a Scottish military officer born in 1789.

(1822-1892) Canadian statesman

Hon A. Mackenzie

(1822-1892) Canadian statesman

(1850-1907) Scottish writer

Ian Maclaren

(1850-1907) Scottish writer

The second wife of Louis XIV.

Madame de Maintenon

The second wife of Louis XIV.

Dorothea Payne Todd "Dolley" Madison (May 20, 1768 – July 12, 1849) was the wife of the 4th President of the United States, James Madison, and was First Lady of the United States from 1809 to 1817.

Dolley Madison

Dorothea Payne Todd "Dolley" Madison (May 20, 1768 – July 12, 1849) was the wife of the 4th President…

The wife of President James Madison. She acted as First Lady of the United States of America while Thomas Jefferson was in office because he was a widower.

Dolley Todd Madison

The wife of President James Madison. She acted as First Lady of the United States of America while Thomas…

(1751-1836) US President 1809-1817

James Madison

(1751-1836) US President 1809-1817

(1751-1836) 4th President of the U.S.

James Madison

(1751-1836) 4th President of the U.S.

"James Madison, a Republican with partiality towards France during the War of 1812."—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895

James Madison

"James Madison, a Republican with partiality towards France during the War of 1812."—E. Benjamin…

The fourth President of the United States. He was co-author, with John Jay and Alexander Hamilton, of the Federalist Papers, and is traditionally regarded as the Father of the United States Constitution.

James Madison

The fourth President of the United States. He was co-author, with John Jay and Alexander Hamilton, of…

President James Madison, who served as the Secretary of State under Jefferson for eight years.

James Madison

President James Madison, who served as the Secretary of State under Jefferson for eight years.

(1751-1836) US President 1809-1817

James Madison

(1751-1836) US President 1809-1817

(1798-1871) American jurist and statesman and Confederate commissioner

James M. Madison

(1798-1871) American jurist and statesman and Confederate commissioner

A Portuguese sea explorer who sailed for both Portugal and Spain. He was the first to sail from Europe westwards to Asia, the first European to sail the Pacific Ocean, and the first to lead an expedition for the purpose of circumnavigating the globe. Though Magellan is often credited with being the first to circle the globe, he himself died in the Philippines and never returned to Europe.

Ferdinand Magellan

A Portuguese sea explorer who sailed for both Portugal and Spain. He was the first to sail from Europe…

(1480-1521) Portuguese explorer who led the expedition to cicrumnavigate the Earth.

Ferdinand Magellan

(1480-1521) Portuguese explorer who led the expedition to cicrumnavigate the Earth.

(1480-1521) A Portuguese maritime explorer who sailed around the entire Earth.

Ferdinand Magellan

(1480-1521) A Portuguese maritime explorer who sailed around the entire Earth.

Albertus Magnus was also known as Albert of Cologne and Saint Albert the Great. Magnus was a great German philosopher and theologian of the Middle Ages.

Albertus Magnus

Albertus Magnus was also known as Albert of Cologne and Saint Albert the Great. Magnus was a great German…

Alfred Thayer Mahan (September 27, 1840–December 1, 1914) was a United States Navy flag officer, geostrategist, and educator.

Alfred Thayer Mahan

Alfred Thayer Mahan (September 27, 1840–December 1, 1914) was a United States Navy flag officer,…

(1840-1914) Naval officer, serving in the Civil War.

Captain Alfred Thayer Mahan

(1840-1914) Naval officer, serving in the Civil War.

(1826-1895) Confederate soldier and US senator from Virginia.

General William Mahone

(1826-1895) Confederate soldier and US senator from Virginia.

"General Mahone, born in Southampton County, Va., December 1st, 1826; died at Washington, D. C., October 8th, 1865. He was graduated at Virginia Military institute in 1847, and, until the beginning of the Civil War, engaged in engineering. H joined the Confederate army in 1861, took part in the capture of Norfolk Navy Yard in April of that year, raised and commanded the Sixth Virginia Regiment, was engaged in most of the battles of the peninsula campaign, those on the Rappahannock, and those around Petersburg. He was commissioned brigadier general in March, 1864, and major general in August of the same year. He subsequently led a division in Ambrose T. Hill's corps, and at Lee's surrender was at Bermuda Hundred."— Frank Leslie, 1896

General William Mahone

"General Mahone, born in Southampton County, Va., December 1st, 1826; died at Washington, D. C., October…

The Duke of Maine.

Duke of Maine

The Duke of Maine.

Madame de Maintenon and the Duchess of Burgundy.

Maintenon

Madame de Maintenon and the Duchess of Burgundy.

Stephen Russell Mallory (1813 – November 9, 1873) was a United States politician and the Confederate Secretary of the Navy during the American Civil War.

Stephen Russell Mallory

Stephen Russell Mallory (1813 – November 9, 1873) was a United States politician and the Confederate…

Malquet.

Malquet

Malquet.

One of the Rebel Leaders in the Ten Years' War.

Guillermo Mancada

One of the Rebel Leaders in the Ten Years' War.

An Inca Manco Capac, the first king of the Kingdom of Cuzco, according to Inca mythology.

Manco Capac

An Inca Manco Capac, the first king of the Kingdom of Cuzco, according to Inca mythology.

"General Manderson served in the Civil War."— Frank Leslie, 1896

General Chester F. Manderson

"General Manderson served in the Civil War."— Frank Leslie, 1896

"(1798-1859), an American educator who helped to establish the present common school system in the United States." -Foster, 1921

Horace Mann

"(1798-1859), an American educator who helped to establish the present common school system in the United…

Horace Mann (May 4, 1796 – August 2, 1859) was an American education reformer, and a member of the U.S. House of Representatives (Republican) from 1848 to 1853.

Horace Mann

Horace Mann (May 4, 1796 – August 2, 1859) was an American education reformer, and a member of…

An American education reformer and abolitionist. He was born in Franklin, Massachusetts. He was brother-in-law to author Nathaniel Hawthorne since their wives were sisters.

Horace Mann

An American education reformer and abolitionist. He was born in Franklin, Massachusetts. He was brother-in-law…

(1857-1907) American actor famous for Gilbert and Sullivan operas and Shakespeare plays. He is also very well known for his performance as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

Richard Mansfield

(1857-1907) American actor famous for Gilbert and Sullivan operas and Shakespeare plays. He is also…

The artist of the painting is unknown. It is from the bronze bust, attributed to Sperandio, in Sant' Andrea in Mantua.

Andrea Mantegna

The artist of the painting is unknown. It is from the bronze bust, attributed to Sperandio, in Sant'…

(1744-1793) Involved in the French Revolution

Jean Paul Marat

(1744-1793) Involved in the French Revolution

Stephen Marcel

Stephen Marcel

Stephen Marcel

A french soldier born in Thoissey, France, Nov. 22, 1863. He joined the army in 1883, but attended the military school of St. Maixent most of the time till 1887. He then went to West Africa for the purpose of aiding in exploring the Niger, and subsequently filled several important missions in relation to the extension of French influence in Africa.

Jean Marchand

A french soldier born in Thoissey, France, Nov. 22, 1863. He joined the army in 1883, but attended the…

(1875- ) Italian electrical engineer famous as the inventor of wireless telegraphy

Guglielmo Marconi

(1875- ) Italian electrical engineer famous as the inventor of wireless telegraphy

(1874-1937) Italian inventor and Nobel Prize winner for his invention of wireless telegraphy.

Guglielmo Marconi

(1874-1937) Italian inventor and Nobel Prize winner for his invention of wireless telegraphy.

An Italian inventor who is best known for his development of a radio telegraph system.

Guglielmo Marconi

An Italian inventor who is best known for his development of a radio telegraph system.

Engineer and inventor, born near Bologna, Italy, in 1875. He developed material results in wireless telegraphy.

William Marconi

Engineer and inventor, born near Bologna, Italy, in 1875. He developed material results in wireless…

(1290-1315) Queen and wife to Charles x

Marguerite de Bourgogne

(1290-1315) Queen and wife to Charles x

Henrietta Maria was the queen of England, whom Maryland was named after.

Henrietta Maria

Henrietta Maria was the queen of England, whom Maryland was named after.

The sister of Marie Antoinette. She was the queen of Naples from 1768 to 1799.

Marie Caroline

The sister of Marie Antoinette. She was the queen of Naples from 1768 to 1799.

Born October 18, 1810 and died in December 1883. Was a famous Italian singer.

Giuseppe Mario

Born October 18, 1810 and died in December 1883. Was a famous Italian singer.