87 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

The founder of Georgia, born in London, England, Dec. 21, 1688; died there Jan. 30, 1785.

James Oglethorpe

The founder of Georgia, born in London, England, Dec. 21, 1688; died there Jan. 30, 1785.

An English general and the founder of the state of Georgia.

James Oglethorpe

An English general and the founder of the state of Georgia.

James Oglethorpe, who established the chartered colony of Georgia.

James Oglethorpe

James Oglethorpe, who established the chartered colony of Georgia.

(1696-1785) "English soldier, reformer and colonist, founder of the State of Georgia." -Foster, 1921.

James E. Oglethorpe

(1696-1785) "English soldier, reformer and colonist, founder of the State of Georgia." -Foster, 1921.

(1835- ) American jurist and statesman. Served as attorney general and secretary of state under President Cleveland

Richard Olney

(1835- ) American jurist and statesman. Served as attorney general and secretary of state under President…

A statesman, born in Oxford, Mass., Sept. 15, 1835. In 1856 he completed a course at Brown University, studied three years at the Harvard Law School, and after being admitted to the bar, developed a successful practice in Boston. In 1874 he entered the Massachusetts legislature, but soon after retired from public life to attend his extensive law practice, President Cleveland appointed him attorney-general in 1893, and in 1895 he became secretary of state as successor to Gresham, the duties of which office he administered with much ability.

Richard Olney

A statesman, born in Oxford, Mass., Sept. 15, 1835. In 1856 he completed a course at Brown University,…

(1818-1883) Soldier that served in the Seminole war then led Union troop in the Civil War

E. O. C. Ord

(1818-1883) Soldier that served in the Seminole war then led Union troop in the Civil War

Edward Otho Cresap Ord (October 18, 1818 – July 22, 1883) was the designer of Fort Sam Houston, and a United States Army officer who saw action in the Seminole War, the Indian Wars, and the American Civil War.

Edward Otho Cresap Ord

Edward Otho Cresap Ord (October 18, 1818 – July 22, 1883) was the designer of Fort Sam Houston,…

"General Ord, born in Cumberland, Md., October 18th, 1818, died in Havana, Cuba, July 22nd, 1883, was graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1839, and assigned to the Third Artillery. He served with distinction in the Florida and Mexican Wars and during the war for the Union. The battle of Dranesville, in 1861, was won under his leadership, and he was severely wounded at the battle of Hatchie and at the assault on Fort Harrison. Having been several times promoted for gallant and meritous conduct, he became commander of the Department of Virginia and North Carolina in 1865, and led the Army of the James in the victorious engagements that ended the war. In March, 1865, he received the brevet of major general in the regular army, and he subsequently held successive command of the Departments of Arkansas, California, Texas and the Platte."— Frank Leslie, 1896

General Edward O. C. Ord

"General Ord, born in Cumberland, Md., October 18th, 1818, died in Havana, Cuba, July 22nd, 1883, was…

The Prime Minister of Italy from 1917 to 1919.

Vittorio Orlando

The Prime Minister of Italy from 1917 to 1919.

The Regent Orleans.

Orleans

The Regent Orleans.

King of Sweden and Norway, born in Stockholm, Swden, Jan. 21, 1829. He is a son of Oscar I., and a brother of Charles XV.

Fredrick Oscar

King of Sweden and Norway, born in Stockholm, Swden, Jan. 21, 1829. He is a son of Oscar I., and a brother…

A famous seminole indian in Florida.

Osceola

A famous seminole indian in Florida.

A noted chief of the Seminole Indians, born in Georgia in 1804; died Jan. 30, 1838. He was the son of an Englishman named Powell and of a chief's daughter, and in infancy was taken to Florida, where he was brought up by the Indians.

Osceola

A noted chief of the Seminole Indians, born in Georgia in 1804; died Jan. 30, 1838. He was the son of…

(1804-1838) Osceola was a war chief of the Seminole Indians in Florida, most recognized for his leadership in the Second Seminole War.

Osceola, Chief of the Seminoles

(1804-1838) Osceola was a war chief of the Seminole Indians in Florida, most recognized for his leadership…

Chief Osceola of the Florida Seminole Indians stands proudly at his tribe's village.

Osceola, Chief of the Seminoles

Chief Osceola of the Florida Seminole Indians stands proudly at his tribe's village.

Tecumseh's deputy commander who led the Indians against American forces at the Battle of the Thames

Oshawahnah

Tecumseh's deputy commander who led the Indians against American forces at the Battle of the Thames

"James Otis, Jr., a young Boston lawyer during the old Confederation."—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895

James Otis Jr.

"James Otis, Jr., a young Boston lawyer during the old Confederation."—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895

A soldier born in Frederick City, Maryland, March 25, 1838. After graduating at Rochester University, New York, in 1858, he was admitted to practice law in New York, but in 1862 entered the United States army, remaining with the 140th regiment to the close of the war.

Elwell Otis

A soldier born in Frederick City, Maryland, March 25, 1838. After graduating at Rochester University,…

Elwell Stephen Otis (1838 - 1909) was a United States of America General who served in the Philippines late in the Spanish-American War and during the Philippine-American War.

Elwell Stephen Otis

Elwell Stephen Otis (1838 - 1909) was a United States of America General who served in the Philippines…

(1838- ) American soldier

General Otis

(1838- ) American soldier

American statesman

James Otis

American statesman

(1725-1783) political leader in Massachusetts

James Otis

(1725-1783) political leader in Massachusetts

(1725-1783) A lawyer in colonial Massachusetts who was an early advocate of the views that led to the American Revolution.

James Otis

(1725-1783) A lawyer in colonial Massachusetts who was an early advocate of the views that led to the…

Overbeck, (1789-1869) was a neoclassical artist. His pictures were diadactic and he used propaganda in many of his works.

Johann Friedrich Overbeck

Overbeck, (1789-1869) was a neoclassical artist. His pictures were diadactic and he used propaganda…

David Dale Owen was the third son of Robert Owen, a Welsh reformer. He did the first offical state geological surveys of Indiana, Kentucky, and Arkansas. It is likely that David Dale became interested in geology because of his father's partnership with geologist William Maclure. His first geological work was as an assistant mapping the geology of Tennessee, in 1836. He was the founder of the U.S. Geologial Survey.

David Dale Owen

David Dale Owen was the third son of Robert Owen, a Welsh reformer. He did the first offical state geological…

One of the founders of socialism and the cooperative movement.

Robert Owen

One of the founders of socialism and the cooperative movement.