Ancient Greek statesman.

Aristides

Ancient Greek statesman.

(448-388 BCE) Greek playwright

Aristophanes

(448-388 BCE) Greek playwright

(c. 448 - c. 380 BCE) Greek comedy writer.

Aristophanes

(c. 448 - c. 380 BCE) Greek comedy writer.

(384-322 BC) Greek philosopher, scientist, physician

Aristotle

(384-322 BC) Greek philosopher, scientist, physician

(384-322 BCE) Greek philosopher.

Aristotle

(384-322 BCE) Greek philosopher.

(1732-1792) Inventor of mechanical cotton-spinning

Sir Richard Arkwright

(1732-1792) Inventor of mechanical cotton-spinning

(1732-1792) English inventor.

Sir Richard Arkwright

(1732-1792) English inventor.

(1755-1816) Explorer and soldier who was a militia officer in the American revolution.

John Armstrong

(1755-1816) Explorer and soldier who was a militia officer in the American revolution.

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the Revolutionary war.

Benedict Arnold

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the Revolutionary war.

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the Revolutionary war.

Benedict Arnold

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the Revolutionary war.

(1741-1801) American military officer and traitor.

Benedict Arnold

(1741-1801) American military officer and traitor.

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the American Revolutionary War.

Benedict Arnold

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the American Revolutionary War.

(1822-1888) Critic and poet that wrote such poems as The Scholar Gipsy and Sohrab and Rustum

Matthew Arnold

(1822-1888) Critic and poet that wrote such poems as The Scholar Gipsy and Sohrab and Rustum

(1822-1888) English poet, critic, and essayist.

Matthew Arnold

(1822-1888) English poet, critic, and essayist.

(1830-1886) The Twenty-first president of the United States of America

Chester A. Arthur

(1830-1886) The Twenty-first president of the United States of America

(1830-1886) 21st US president.

Chester Alan Arthur

(1830-1886) 21st US president.

Noble Roman from first century BCE.

Titus Pomponius Atticus

Noble Roman from first century BCE.

(1782-1781) French operatic composer

Daniel François Espirit Auber

(1782-1781) French operatic composer

(--) European volunteer to the Continental Army to fight in the Revolutionary War

Frederic William Augustus, Baron de Steuben

(--) European volunteer to the Continental Army to fight in the Revolutionary War

(1744-1808) Provided relief to American soldiers in the revolution. Daughter of Benjamin Franklin.

Sarah Bache

(1744-1808) Provided relief to American soldiers in the revolution. Daughter of Benjamin Franklin.

(1561-1626) English philosopher

Francis Bacon

(1561-1626) English philosopher

(--)Wife of Captain Elijah Bailey

Anna Bailey

(--)Wife of Captain Elijah Bailey

(1816-1902) English poet.

Philip James Bailey

(1816-1902) English poet.

(1736-1793) French astronomer and statesman.

Jean Sylvain Bailly

(1736-1793) French astronomer and statesman.

(1818-1903) Scotch writer.

Alexander Bain

(1818-1903) Scotch writer.

(1832-1906) American author.

Henry Martyn Baird

(1832-1906) American author.

(1821-1893) British explorer who undertook the exploration of the Nile discovering its source.

Sir Samuel White Baker

(1821-1893) British explorer who undertook the exploration of the Nile discovering its source.

(1475-1519) Spanish conquistador

Vasco Nunez de Balboa

(1475-1519) Spanish conquistador

(1848-1930) British statesman

Arthur James Balfour

(1848-1930) British statesman

(1800-1891) Historian and diplomat that wrote a 10 volume History of the United States and established the Naval Academy at Annapolis

George Bancroft

(1800-1891) Historian and diplomat that wrote a 10 volume History of the United States and established…

Jacob Barker (1779 – 1871) was an American financier and lawyer, born in Swan Island, Me., of Quaker parentage.

Jacob Barker

Jacob Barker (1779 – 1871) was an American financier and lawyer, born in Swan Island, Me., of…

Loyalist.

Joel Barlow

Loyalist.

Joel Barlow (March 24, 1754 – December 26, 1812), American poet and politician, born in Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

Joel Barlow

Joel Barlow (March 24, 1754 – December 26, 1812), American poet and politician, born in Redding,…

Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard was an American scientist and educationalist. He was the president of Columbia College from 1864 – 1889.

Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard

Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard was an American scientist and educationalist. He was the president…

Joshua Barney

Joshua Barney

Joshua Barney

Joshua Barney was a commodore in the United States Navy, born in Baltimore, Maryland, who served in the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812.

Joshua Barney

Joshua Barney was a commodore in the United States Navy, born in Baltimore, Maryland, who served in…

(1810-1891) Entertainer that teamed up with Bailey to start the Barnum and Bailey circus.

Phineas T. Barnum

(1810-1891) Entertainer that teamed up with Bailey to start the Barnum and Bailey circus.

(1831-1919) US Author, Born in Scotland

Amelia E. Barr

(1831-1919) US Author, Born in Scotland

(1755-1829) French revolutionary that suppressed the revolt in the South of France

Count De Barras

(1755-1829) French revolutionary that suppressed the revolt in the South of France

Isaac Barré (1726 – 1802) was a British soldier and politician.

Isaac Barré

Isaac Barré (1726 – 1802) was a British soldier and politician.

(1860-1937) British author that wrote Peter Pan

James E. Barrie

(1860-1937) British author that wrote Peter Pan

James Barron (1769 – 1851) was an officer in the United States Navy.

James Barron

James Barron (1769 – 1851) was an officer in the United States Navy.

(1745-1803) Naval officer that became the senior captain in the navy and commanded all US ships in the West Indies

John Barry

(1745-1803) Naval officer that became the senior captain in the navy and commanded all US ships in the…

John Barry was an officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War and later in the United States Navy. He is often credited as "The Father of the American Navy".

John Barry

John Barry was an officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War and later in…

Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi was a French sculptor. He is also known as Amilcar Hasenfratz, a pseudonym used for his paintings of Egyptian subjects. He created the Statue of Liberty.

Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi

Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi was a French sculptor. He is also known as Amilcar Hasenfratz,…

(1821-1912) Humanitarian the founded the American Red Cross.

Clara Barton

(1821-1912) Humanitarian the founded the American Red Cross.

Clarissa Harlowe Barton was a pioneer American teacher, nurse, and humanitarian. She is best remembered for organizing the American Red Cross.

Clara Barton

Clarissa Harlowe Barton was a pioneer American teacher, nurse, and humanitarian. She is best remembered…

(died 1831) Colonel in Rhode Island militia.

Colonel William Barton

(died 1831) Colonel in Rhode Island militia.

William Barton (1748–1831) was an officer in the Continental Army during the American War of Independence who retired with the rank of colonel.

William Barton

William Barton (1748–1831) was an officer in the Continental Army during the American War of Independence…

James Asheton Bayard was an American lawyer and politician from Wilmington, in New Castle County, Delaware. He was a member of the Federalist Party, who served as U.S. Representative from Delaware and U.S. Senator from Delaware.

James Asheton Bayard

James Asheton Bayard was an American lawyer and politician from Wilmington, in New Castle County, Delaware.…

(1885-1889) Secretary of the State to President Cleveland and ambassador to Great Britain

Thomas Francis Bayard

(1885-1889) Secretary of the State to President Cleveland and ambassador to Great Britain

(1818-1893) General that served in the Mexican War.

General Beauregard

(1818-1893) General that served in the Mexican War.

Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard was a Louisiana-born author, civil servant, politician, inventor, and the first prominent general for the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.

General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard

Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard was a Louisiana-born author, civil servant, politician, inventor,…

(1813-1887) Protestant clergyman that raised and equipped a volunteer regiment for the Civil War.

Henry Ward Beecher

(1813-1887) Protestant clergyman that raised and equipped a volunteer regiment for the Civil War.

Henry Ward Beecher was a prominent, theologically liberal American Congregationalist clergyman, social reformer, abolitionist, and speaker in the mid to late 19th century.

Henry Ward Beecher

Henry Ward Beecher was a prominent, theologically liberal American Congregationalist clergyman, social…

(1775-1863) Presbyterian minister and revivalist who called for constant church services and strong opposition to drinking.

Lyman Beecher

(1775-1863) Presbyterian minister and revivalist who called for constant church services and strong…

(1847-1942) Inventor of the telephone

Alexander Graham Bell

(1847-1942) Inventor of the telephone

Henry Whitney Bellows was an American clergyman, and the planner and president of the United States Sanitary Commission, the leading soldiers' aid society, during the American Civil War.

Henry Whitney Bellows

Henry Whitney Bellows was an American clergyman, and the planner and president of the United States…

Judah Philip Benjamin (August 6, 1811 – May 6, 1884) was an American politician and lawyer. He was a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, U.S. Senator from Louisiana, and member of the cabinet posts in the Confederate States of America.

Judah Philip Benjamin

Judah Philip Benjamin (August 6, 1811 – May 6, 1884) was an American politician and lawyer. He was…