"Angelet of Henry VII., British Museum. (size of the original.)"-Whitney, 1902
"Angelot of Henry VI, British Museum."-Whitney, 1902
"No man in the United States has been written about more than Henry Ward Beecher, but the main facts…
"Part of Henry VII's Bronze Screen." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
Henry Clay, the famous American statesman and orator. He ran for president unsuccessfully several times.…
A portrait of Henry Clay. He was the American statesman and orator. He ran for president several times…
William Henry Harrison, who served only thirty days in office before dying.
Henry, Duke of Montmorency at Castelnaudary.
"Coin of Henry and Stephan." — Lardner, 1885
"Henry I." — Lardner, 1885
"Coin of Henry I." — Lardner, 1885
Henry II of England.
"Coin of Henry II." — Lardner, 1885
Henry III of England.
"By embracing the Catholic religion he made his way to the throne of France; and this monarch, Henry…
"Coin of Henry VII." — Lardner, 1885
"Coin of Henry VIII" — Lardner, 1885
Patrick Henry, the famous colonial statesman.
An infante of the Kingdom of Portugal, and was responsible for the early development of European exploration…
An illustration showing Henry Hudson's ship exploring the river which now bears his name.
An effigy of the first Duke of Lancaster in his coat of arms.
"The subject of this sketch was the most popular of American poets." —The Popular Cyclopedia,…
The coin (front) bears the image of the Virgin Mary receiving Gabriel's salutation. It was issued by…
The coin (front) bears the image of the Virgin Mary receiving Gabriel's salutation. The back of the…
General Philip Henry Sheridan.
"A shilling from the time of Henry VII."—Finley, 1917
An English philsopher and statesman. He was born on September 16, 1678 and died on December 12, 1751.
General George Henry Thomas.
General George Henry Thomas, one of the principal Union commanders in the Western Theater.