(757 - 1804) Secretary of the Treasury, founder of the Federalist Party, an influential delegate to the U.S. Constitutional Convention, and a leading author in the <em>Federalist Papers</em>.

Alexander Hamilton

(757 - 1804) Secretary of the Treasury, founder of the Federalist Party, an influential delegate to…

William Tecumseh Sherman (February 8, 1820 – February 14, 1891) was an American soldier, businessman, educator and author.

William T. Sherman

William Tecumseh Sherman (February 8, 1820 – February 14, 1891) was an American soldier, businessman,…

(1769-1852) British general and statesman

Author Wellesley Wellington, Duke of Wellington

(1769-1852) British general and statesman

(1730-1797) English statesman and author.

Edmund Burke

(1730-1797) English statesman and author.

(1769-1852) British general and statesman

Author Wellesley Wellington, Duke of Wellington

(1769-1852) British general and statesman

(1826-1893) Author who was born in what is now Zimbabwe. He wrote <i>Phantoms of Africa</i>, <i>The Third Eye</i>, and <i>Zebra Zone.</i>

Robert Burnet

(1826-1893) Author who was born in what is now Zimbabwe. He wrote Phantoms of Africa, The Third Eye,…

(1832-1888) Children's author who wrote <I>Little Women</I> amongst other children's stories.

Louisa May Alcott

(1832-1888) Children's author who wrote Little Women amongst other children's stories.

(1837-1907) American Writer whose most famous work is <I>Stories of a Bad Boy</I>

T. B. Aldrich

(1837-1907) American Writer whose most famous work is Stories of a Bad Boy

(1805-1875) Author that wrote children's stories such as <I>The Tin Soldier, The Tinderbox</I> and <I>The Ugly Duckling </I>

Hans Christian Andersen

(1805-1875) Author that wrote children's stories such as The Tin Soldier, The Tinderbox and The Ugly…

(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

(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…

(1831-1919) US Author, Born in Scotland

Amelia E. Barr

(1831-1919) US Author, Born in Scotland

Sir James Matthew Barrie, 1st Baronet (1860-1937) was a Scottish novelist and playwright who wrote <i>Peter Pan</i>.

James M. Barrie

Sir James Matthew Barrie, 1st Baronet (1860-1937) was a Scottish novelist and playwright who wrote Peter…

(1836-1901) British novelist and social reformer who wrote <I>The Children of Gideon, Conditions of Men</I> and <I>The People's Palace</I>

Walter Besant

(1836-1901) British novelist and social reformer who wrote The Children of Gideon, Conditions of Men…

(1849-1895) Norwegian writer that wrote Gunnar, Goethe and Schiller

Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen

(1849-1895) Norwegian writer that wrote Gunnar, Goethe and Schiller

(1841-1901), British poet, novelist and dramatist

Robert Buchanan

(1841-1901), British poet, novelist and dramatist

(1729-1797) English statesman and author of Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful

Edmund Burke

(1729-1797) English statesman and author of Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful

(1844-1925) Writer who fought in the Civil War who wrote Silent South and fought for equal rights for African-Americans

George W. Cable

(1844-1925) Writer who fought in the Civil War who wrote Silent South and fought for equal rights for…

(1853--) English novelist and dramatist

Hall Caine

(1853--) English novelist and dramatist

(1795-1881) Scottish writer who wrote articles for the <I>Edinburgh Encyclopedia</I> and <I>Sartor Resartus</I> his best known work

Thomas Carlyle

(1795-1881) Scottish writer who wrote articles for the Edinburgh Encyclopedia and Sartor Resartus his…

(1835-1910) American writer who wrote classics such as <I>The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, A Yankee in King Arthur's Court</I> and <I>The Prince and the Pauper</I> under the pen name Mark Twain.

Samuel L. Clemens

(1835-1910) American writer who wrote classics such as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures…

(1871-1900) American author who wrote <I>The Red Badge of Courage</I>.

Stephen Crane

(1871-1900) American author who wrote The Red Badge of Courage.

(1854-1909) American novelist who published over 40 novels

F. Marion Crawford

(1854-1909) American novelist who published over 40 novels

(1815-1882) Author of Two Years Before the Mast and the standard manuel for sea law The Seaman's Friend.

Richard H. Dana

(1815-1882) Author of Two Years Before the Mast and the standard manuel for sea law The Seaman's Friend.

(1867-1942) Author and Political Activist

Alphonse Daudet

(1867-1942) Author and Political Activist

(1827-1908) American author that wrote works such as Commentaries on Romans and on Galatians and Colossians; The Calling of a Christian Woman; The Seven Deadly Sins; The Sacramental System, and Lectures on the First Prayer-Book of Edward VI

Morgan Dix

(1827-1908) American author that wrote works such as Commentaries on Romans and on Galatians and Colossians;…

(1859-1930) Author of Sherlock Holmes

A. Conan Doyle

(1859-1930) Author of Sherlock Holmes

(1802-1870) French author who wrote <em>The Three Musketeers</em> and <em>The Count of Monte Cristo</em>.

Alexandre Dumas

(1802-1870) French author who wrote The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo.

(1802-1870) French author that wrote The Three Musketeers and The count of Monte Cristo

Alexandre Dumas

(1802-1870) French author that wrote The Three Musketeers and The count of Monte Cristo

(1837-1898) German author who studied Early Egyptian life and wrote many books such as <I>Egypt and the Books of Moses, An Egyptian Princess</I> and <I>Uarda</I>

George M. Ebers

(1837-1898) German author who studied Early Egyptian life and wrote many books such as Egypt and the…

(1826-1919) US senator of Vermont who was the Author of the Civil Rights Act of 1875 and coauthor of the Sherman Antitrust Act

George F. Edmunds

(1826-1919) US senator of Vermont who was the Author of the Civil Rights Act of 1875 and coauthor of…

(1837-1902) American author that wrote biographies of American Indians and the History of the United States.

Edward Eggleston

(1837-1902) American author that wrote biographies of American Indians and the History of the United…

(1820-1880) English novelist during the Victorian era that wrote books such as Middlemarch and The Mill on the Floss

George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans)

(1820-1880) English novelist during the Victorian era that wrote books such as Middlemarch and The Mill…

(1803-1882) Author and minister that wrote Society and Solitude and Letters and Social Arms.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

(1803-1882) Author and minister that wrote Society and Solitude and Letters and Social Arms.

(1850-1895) American writer and poet who became a reporter and journalist. He wrote children's stories and poems such as Little Boy Blue.

Eugene Field

(1850-1895) American writer and poet who became a reporter and journalist. He wrote children's stories…

(1856-1925) Novelist who wrote many stories such as <I>King Solomon's Mines</I> and <I>She</I>

Henry Rider Haggard

(1856-1925) Novelist who wrote many stories such as King Solomon's Mines and She

(1834-1894) Writer of the Intellectual Life

Philip G. Hamerton

(1834-1894) Writer of the Intellectual Life

(1840-1928) British novelist who wrote the <I>Maddening Crowd</I> and<I> Tess</I>

Thomas Hardy

(1840-1928) British novelist who wrote the Maddening Crowd and Tess

(1864-1936) Suffragette who wrote <I>Ships that Pass in The Night</I>

Beatrice Harraden

(1864-1936) Suffragette who wrote Ships that Pass in The Night

(1804-1864) Early American writer who wrote the Classic novel "The Scarlet Letter

Nathaniel Hawthorne

(1804-1864) Early American writer who wrote the Classic novel "The Scarlet Letter

(1823-1900) American author who was a commander of the first regiment of former slaves during the Civil War

Thomas W. Higginson

(1823-1900) American author who was a commander of the first regiment of former slaves during the Civil…

(1809-1894) American writer that wrote the popular poem Old Ironside

Oliver W. Holmes

(1809-1894) American writer that wrote the popular poem Old Ironside

(1783-1859) American writer who wrote a collection of children's stories that included <I>Rip van Winkle</I> and<I>The Legend of Sleepy Hollow</I>

Washington Irving

(1783-1859) American writer who wrote a collection of children's stories that included Rip van Winkle…

(1843-1916) American author that wrote many short stories and novels such as The Two Magics and Daisy Miller

Henry James, Jr.

(1843-1916) American author that wrote many short stories and novels such as The Two Magics and Daisy…

(1850- ) American statesman and author

Henry Cabot Lodge

(1850- ) American statesman and author

((1823-1900) German writer

Max Muller

((1823-1900) German writer

(1823-1892) French author

Ernest Renan

(1823-1892) French author

(1853- ) American author known as the Hoosier poet

J. Whitcomb Riley

(1853- ) American author known as the Hoosier poet

(1771-1832) Scottish novelist

Sir Walter Scott

(1771-1832) Scottish novelist

(1834-1902) American author and humorist

F. R. Stockton

(1834-1902) American author and humorist

(1809-1892) English author and poet

Alfred Tennyson

(1809-1892) English author and poet

(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.

(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

(1737-1809) British political theorist that published the pamphlet Common Sense.

Thomas Paine

(1737-1809) British political theorist that published the pamphlet Common Sense.

(1730-1797) English statesman and author.

Edmund Burke

(1730-1797) English statesman and author.

(1730-1797) English statesman and author.

Edmund Burke

(1730-1797) English statesman and author.

(1728-1774) English author

Oliver Goldsmith

(1728-1774) English author

(1809-1892) English author and poet

Alfred Tennyson

(1809-1892) English author and poet