88 illustrations of famous people including: Napoleon, Thomas Nast, Nero, Sir Isaac Newton, Adolf Nordenskjold, James Oglethorpe, Richard Olney, Edward Ord, Osceola, James Otis, and more
This illustration shows the glove of Oliver Cromwell, a 17th century English military and political…
(1861-1930) Norwegian Arctic explorer
Arctic explorer, born in Christiania, Norway, Oct. 10, 1861.
The 'Last Days of Napoleon' by the Swiss sculptor, Vincenzo Vela.
"France under Napoleon. The consulate was the form of government established after the overthrow of…
Napoleon as First Consul.
A general of the French Revoltion, and the ruler of France as First Consul of the French Republic from…
An illustration of Napoleon; Napoleon Bonaparte, later known as Emperor Napoleon I, was a military and…
President of the Second Republic of France and Emperor of France
A portrait of Napoleon III and Eugénie.
The Emperor of France from 1852 to 1870.
Beau Nash (18 October 1674 - 3 February 1762), born Richard Nash, was a celebrated dandy and leader…
Nast was a famous caricaturist and editorial cartoonist.
A caricaturist, born in Landau, Germany, Sept. 27, 1840; died Dec. 7, 1902.
Charles Willis Needham (1848-1935) was the seventh president of George Washington University.
A noted admiral, born at Burnham Thorpe, England, Sept. 29, 1758; died Oct. 21, 1805.
A British flag officer who is well known for his victory in the Battle of Trafalgar.
Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Virginia
(54-68 A.D.) Reigned over Rome
Roman emperor, son of Sneius Domitius Ahenobarbus and Agrippina, daughter of Germanicus, born at Antium,…
"Nerva, the successor of Domitian, and one of the most virtuous of the Roman emperors. He was born in…
Emperor of Rome from 96 to 98 A.D.
(1835-1909) American astronomer and mathematician.
Simon Newcomb (March 12, 1835 – July 11, 1909) was a Canadian-American astronomer and mathematician.
(1801-1890) Roman Catholic cardinal and venerable.
The death mask of Sir Isaac Newton, who discovered the law of gravitation.
"General Newton, born in Norfolk, Va., August 24th 1823. He was graduated at the United States Military…
(1642-1727) English natural philosopher, mathematician, and physicist most famous for gravity and his…
Discoverer and inventor
Philosopher and mathematician, born at Woolsthorpe, England, Dec. 25, 1642; died March 20, 1727.
Czar of Russia, born in St. Petersburg, May 18, 1868.
The emperor of Russia from 1825 to 1855.
The last emperor of Russia, ruling from 1894 until his abdication in 1917.
Prince of Mingrelia and colonel in the Russian army.
A Russian general in World War I.
"Miss Florence Nightingale did remarkable work during the Crimean War for the relief of sick and wounded…
A Swedish operatic soprano.
(1832-1901) A geologist who was an arctic explorer.
(1832-1901) Arctic explorer
Nordenskjold was a geologist, mineralogist, and arctic explorer. He is famoius for the Vega…
A Swedish naturalist and explorer, born in Helsingfors, Finland, Nov. 18, 1832; died Aug. 12, 1901.…
(1859- ) The stage name of Mrs. Zoltan F. Dome, as an opera singer
Frederick North was the Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1770 to 1782. He led Great Britain through…
(--) Head of English state
Known as Bill Nye, he was a journalist and humorist.
( -1847) Elected Member of Parliament 1828, Roman Catholic
An Alsatian pastor and philanthropist.
John F. Oberlin was a Alsatian pastor and philanthropist. Oberlin College, an American liberal arts…
King Milan I of Serbia
Odo of Bayeux (c. 1036 – February 1097, Palermo), Norman bishop and English earl, was the half-brother…
(1756-1838) Captain of the Revolution
"General Oglesby, born in Oldham County, Ky., July 25th, 1824. Served in the Mexican War; was present…
Known as "Uncle Dick," an American politician. Served as governor and senator from Illinois.
James Oglethorpe (1/2/22/1696 - 6/30/1785) was a British general, a philanthropist and was the founder…
(1696-1785) Soldier and founder of Georgia.
Portrait of Oglethorpe
Oglethorpe was a member of the British parliament and settled Savannah.