(1759-1825) Clergyman that wrote the first biography of President George Washington

Reverend Mason L. Weems

(1759-1825) Clergyman that wrote the first biography of President George Washington

(1726-1804) German author

Christian Felix Weisse

(1726-1804) German author

He joined the Western Louisiana campaign, and from May till September, 1864, was chief engineer of the Army of the James. In August 1864, he was brevetted major general of volunteers.

General Godfrey Weitzel

He joined the Western Louisiana campaign, and from May till September, 1864, was chief engineer of the…

(1769-1852) British general and statesman

Author Wellesley Wellington, Duke of Wellington

(1769-1852) British general and statesman

(1769-1852) British general and statesman

Author Wellesley Wellington, Duke of Wellington

(1769-1852) British general and statesman

(1769-1852) British general and statesman

Author Wellesley Wellington, Duke of Wellington

(1769-1852) British general and statesman

(1703-1791) English clergyman and founder of Methodism.

John Wesley

(1703-1791) English clergyman and founder of Methodism.

(1836-1936) American Major-General active in Civil War and the Spanish-American War. Held a seat in Congress 1881-1899.

General Joseph Wheeler

(1836-1936) American Major-General active in Civil War and the Spanish-American War. Held a seat in…

(1836-1936) American Major-General active in Civil War and the Spanish-American War. Held a seat in Congress 1881-1899.

General Joseph Wheeler

(1836-1936) American Major-General active in Civil War and the Spanish-American War. Held a seat in…

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing New Hampshire

William Whipple

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing New Hampshire

(1834-1903) American painter, author, and etcher

James Whistler

(1834-1903) American painter, author, and etcher

(b. 1832) American diplomat and author

Andrew D. White

(b. 1832) American diplomat and author

(1819-1892) American poet. Author of <I>Leaves of Grass.</em>

Walt Whitman

(1819-1892) American poet. Author of Leaves of Grass.

(1819-1892) American poet. Author of <I>Leaves of Grass.</em>

Walt Whitman

(1819-1892) American poet. Author of Leaves of Grass.

Inventor

Eli Whitney

Inventor

A portrait of John G. Whittier. Whittier was a Quaker poet and advocated for abolishment of slavery.

John G. Whittier

A portrait of John G. Whittier. Whittier was a Quaker poet and advocated for abolishment of slavery.

(1807-1892) American poet and writer

John Greenleaf Whittier

(1807-1892) American poet and writer

(1807-1892) American poet and writer

John Greenleaf Whittier

(1807-1892) American poet and writer

(1807-1892) American poet and writer

John Greenleaf Whittier

(1807-1892) American poet and writer

(1859- ) Emperor of Germany and king of Prussia

Kaiser Wilhelm II

(1859- ) Emperor of Germany and king of Prussia

(1798-1877) American Naval officer and explorer who brought Great Britain on the Confederate side of the Civil War

Charles Wilkes

(1798-1877) American Naval officer and explorer who brought Great Britain on the Confederate side of…

This is a portrait of Sir David Wilkie. This scottish artist was a famous and successful painter and writer who lived from 1785 to 1841.

Sir David Wilkie

This is a portrait of Sir David Wilkie. This scottish artist was a famous and successful painter and…

(1839-1898) American temperance reformer. President of the National Woman's Temperance Union and of the World's Woman's Temperance Union

Frances Elizabeth Willard

(1839-1898) American temperance reformer. President of the National Woman's Temperance Union and of…

(1839-1898) American temperance reformer. President of the National Woman's Temperance Union and of the World's Woman's Temperance Union

Frances Elizabeth Willard

(1839-1898) American temperance reformer. President of the National Woman's Temperance Union and of…

(1740-1830) Elected mayor of New York in 1807.

Colonel Marinus Willett

(1740-1830) Elected mayor of New York in 1807.

(1857- ) 26th President of the U.S.

Taft, William Howard

(1857- ) 26th President of the U.S.

Emperor of Germany

William I, Emperor of Germany

Emperor of Germany

(1749-1794) Elected naval officer and the Army's second in command

Otho Holland Williams

(1749-1794) Elected naval officer and the Army's second in command

(1607-1683) Founder of the State of Rhode Island.

Roger Williams

(1607-1683) Founder of the State of Rhode Island.

(1607-1683) Founder of the State of Rhode Island.

Roger Williams

(1607-1683) Founder of the State of Rhode Island.

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Connecticut

William Williams

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Connecticut

(1806-1867) American author

N. P. Willis

(1806-1867) American author

(1806-1867) American author and magazine editor

Nathaniel Parker Willis

(1806-1867) American author and magazine editor

(1816-1892) Scoto-Canadian educator and archeologist

Daniel Wilson

(1816-1892) Scoto-Canadian educator and archeologist

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Pennsylvania

James Wilson

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Pennsylvania

(1717-1768) German archeologist and art historian. Author of <I>History of the art of Antiquity.</em>

Johann Joachim Winckelmann

(1717-1768) German archeologist and art historian. Author of History of the art of Antiquity.

Norman window

Norman window

Norman window

(1831-1897) American historian and librarian

Justin Winsor

(1831-1897) American historian and librarian

(1588-1649) Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony

Governor John Winthrop

(1588-1649) Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony

(1828-1861) American military officer. Killed during the Civil War while at the head of an assaulting column of Northern troops at Big Bethel, Virginia.

Theodore Winthrop

(1828-1861) American military officer. Killed during the Civil War while at the head of an assaulting…

(1806-1876) US representative who became ambassador to Brazil and governor of Virginia

Henry A. Wise

(1806-1876) US representative who became ambassador to Brazil and governor of Virginia

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing New Jersey

John Witherspoon

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing New Jersey

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Connecticut

Oliver Wolcott

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Connecticut

(1759-1824) German scholar and critic.

Friedrich A. Wolf

(1759-1824) German scholar and critic.

(1679-1754) German philosopher and mathematician.

Johann C. von Wolf

(1679-1754) German philosopher and mathematician.

(1727-1759) British general

Major General James Wolfe

(1727-1759) British general

(1727-1759) British general.

Major General James Wolfe

(1727-1759) British general.

(1833- ) Commander in chief of the British army

Lord Wolseley

(1833- ) Commander in chief of the British army

Involved in the Reformation in England in early 1500's

Cardinal Thomas Wolsey

Involved in the Reformation in England in early 1500's

An illustration of a woman's face.

Woman

An illustration of a woman's face.

A portrait of a woman.

Woman

A portrait of a woman.

A profile illustration of a woman.

Woman (Profile)

A profile illustration of a woman.

An illustration of the profile of a woman wearing a bonnet.

Woman with Bonnet

An illustration of the profile of a woman wearing a bonnet.

(1801-1889) American scholar

T. D. Woolsey

(1801-1889) American scholar

(1710-1776) Brigadier in the Continental Army.

General David Wooster

(1710-1776) Brigadier in the Continental Army.

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Virginia

George Wythe

Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing Virginia

(430-c.357 BCE) Greek historian and philosopher

Xenophon

(430-c.357 BCE) Greek historian and philosopher

The Young Lavinia, a painting by Thomas Gainsborough for Macklin's "British Poets."

The Young Lavinia

The Young Lavinia, a painting by Thomas Gainsborough for Macklin's "British Poets."

(1741-1820) English political economist.

Arthur Young

(1741-1820) English political economist.

(1807-1877) American Morman leader.

Brigham Young

(1807-1877) American Morman leader.