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JOHN ADAMS (1735 - July 4, 1826). 2nd President of the United States (1797"1801), American Founding Father, Lawyer, Statesman, Diplomat and Leading Champion of American Independence in 1776, Defended the British Soldiers involved in the "Boston Massacre," a Leading Federalist.

SAMUEL QUINCY (1735-1789). Attorney & Barrister, Solicitor General, was a Loyalist and the Solicitor General for the colony, Counsel for the Prosecution, was Appointed as Special Prosecutor for the "Boston Massacre" trials.
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JAMES DUANE (1733-1797) & JOHN ALSOP (1724"1794). Alsop: Merchant and Politician from New York City during the American Revolution and Delegate for New York to the Continental Congress, 1774-1776. Plus, Duane: Member of the Continental Congress and later the Mayor of New York.
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(ASTRONAUTS), JACK LOUSMA.
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1877, Autograph Album with Ornate Gold Embossing, Containing Scores of Autographs and some Original Art Work, Choice Extremely Fine.
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DAMASCO BERENGUA, Premier of Spain; successor of Primo de Rivera.
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JOHN BLY, Early American Sculptor.
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WILBER H. CHERRY (1820-1873). American Soldier, historic early Printer and Publisher in the Republic of Texas, at the age of fifteen ran away from home to join in the Texas Revolution.
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CALEB CUSHING (1800-1879) & (MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE). Massachusetts Statesman, Lawyer, Author, United States Representative and U.S. Attorney General under Franklin Pierce.
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COLONEL THOMAS DAWES (1731-1809). Patriot who served as a Massachusetts Militia Colonel during the American Revolution; afterward assumed prominent positions in Massachusetts's government; Architect and Builder designing many notable buildings in Boston, including the Old Street House and the Brattle Street Church.
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WILLIAM DONNISON (c. 1757-1834). Revolutionary War Continental Army Officer, serving at various times as an Aid to Governor Hancock, Adjutant General of the Massachusetts Militia, and a Judge of Common Pleas, he also uncovered a major political scandal during the Federalists and Anti-federalists debates over the ratification of the United States Constitution.
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WILLIAM DONNISON (c. 1757-1834). Revolutionary War Continental Army Officer, serving at various times as an Aide to Governor Hancock, Adjutant General of the Massachusetts Militia, Judge of Common Pleas, he uncovered a major political scandal during the Federalists and Anti-Federalists debates over the ratification of the United States Constitution.
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CYRUS WEST FIELD (1819 - 1892). American Businessman and Financier who, along with others, created the Atlantic Telegraph Company and Laid the First Transatlantic Telegraph Cable, across the Atlantic Ocean in 1858.
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EUGENE FIELD, American Poet and Journalist best known for children's poetry and humorous essays, Whose Father Represented Dred Scott.
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JAMES T. FIELDS (1817-1881). American Publisher, Editor and Poet.
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JOHN FITCH, Relative of the Famous Clock Maker, Brass Worker, Silversmith, and Inventor of the Steamship in the United States.
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NATHANIEL FOLSOM (1726-1790), Fought in the French and Indian War and the American Revolution; Member delegate for New Hampshire in the Continental Congress in 1774 and 1777 to 1780, as well as the Major General of the New Hampshire Militia.
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(JOHN FORSYTH (1812-1877) as United States Minister to Mexico (1856-1858) - MEXICAN CIVIL WAR 1857-1861).
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CLARK GABLE (1901-1960). American Film Actor most famous for his role as Rhett Butler in the 1939 Civil War epic film "Gone with the Wind."
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STEPHEN GIRARD (1750-1831). Banker, he personally saved the U.S. government from financial collapse during the War of 1812, one of the wealthiest people in America, estimated the fourth richest American of all time.
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MARY LORD HARRISON (1858-1948). Second Wife of the 23rd President Benjamin Harrison.
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WILLIAM HEATH (1737-1814). American farmer, soldier, and political leader from Massachusetts who served as a Major General in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.
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JOSIAH GILBERT HOLLAND.
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COMMODORE ISAAC HULL (1773-1843). Historic War of 1812 Hero and Celebrated United States Navy Commander of the Frigates, USS Chesapeake, USS President, and USS Constitution (Old Ironsides).
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VAN JOHNSON, Actor.
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LEVI LINCOLN, SR. (1749 - 1820) - (GEORGE WASHINGTON - Related). American Patriot, Massachusetts Minuteman and Member of House of Representatives and Senate, United States Congressman, President Jefferson's Secretary of State who also appointed him Attorney General of the United States, Governor of Massachusetts, who was distantly related to Abraham Lincoln.
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DIAH MANNING (1760-1815). Valley Forge Drummer appointed as Drum Major of the Commander-in-Chief's Life Guard, soldier in the First Connecticut Regiment of the Continental Army during the American Revolution, who "beat the drum" for Major Andre's march to the Gallows.
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ANNA MARY "GRANDMA" MOSES (1860-1961). Internationally acclaimed American Folk Artist Painter.
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(NEW YORK POLITICAL FIGURES & CELEBRITIES).
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(JAMES KIRKE PAULDING), Secretary of the Navy under President Van Buren.
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MATTHEW C. PERRY (1794-1858). Commodore and "Father" of the U.S. Steam Navy, who compelled the "Opening of Japan" to the West with the Convention of Kanagawa in 1854.
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SARAH W. PERRY (1792-1851). Daughter of Commodore Christopher Raymond Perry (1761-1818) of Newport, R.I. and member of a famous American Naval Family including; Oliver Hazard Perry (1785-1819), Matthew Calbraith Perry (1794-1858).


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WENDELL PHILLIPS (1811- 1884). American Abolitionist, Lawyer, Writer, Advocate for Native Americans, and Orator.
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JOHANN GOTTLIEB RALL (1726- December 26, 1776). Hessian Commander and Colonel of the Troops at the Battle of Trenton in the Revolutionary War, Killed at the Battle of Trenton by George Washington's Soldiers fought on Christmas Day, December 26th, 1776 after Washington historically Crossed the Delaware River.
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(PAUL REVERE, JR.) (1735-1818), Famous American Silversmith of Boston, Patriot of the Revolutionary War Era Massachusetts, Son of Liberty who made the historic "Paul Revere's Ride" warning "The British are Coming!".
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DAVID RITTENHOUSE (1732-1796). American Astronomer, First Director of the United States Mint, Inventor, Clockmaker, Mathematician, Surveyor.

GEORGE ROSS (1730 - 1779). Signer of the Declaration of Independence as a Representative of Pennsylvania.
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(THEODORE ROOSEVELT).
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ALBERT ROSENTHAL (1863-1939). Portrait Painter, Etcher and Lithographer, Printmaker in Philadelphia, Pa., student of his father, engraver Max Rosenthal, known for his portraits of Supreme Court Justices, and his collection of American drawings.
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(BENJAMIN RUSH), Signer of the Declaration of Independence, Surgeon General of the Continental Army.
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WILLY H. SCHLIEKER, German Businessman.
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JOHN S. SKINNER, Postmaster of Baltimore and early Editor of the "American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine."
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JOSEPH SPENCER (1714-89). American Revolutionary War Officer.
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JOHN SULLIVAN (1740-1795). American Major General in the Revolutionary War, Delegate in the Continental Congress; 3rd Governor (or "President") of New Hampshire, and a United States Federal Judge.


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(JAMES SULLIVAN) (1744"1808). Massachusetts Governor 1807"08.
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JOHN SULLIVAN (1740-1795). American General during the Revolutionary War, Delegate in the Continental Congress and state assembly, and served as speaker of the house. He led the drive in New Hampshire that led to ratification of the United States Constitution on June 21, 1788. He was elected President of New Hampshire (now Governor) in 1786, 1787 and 1789; led to ratification of the United States Constitution on June 21, 1788, and later appointed by George Washington as a the first United States Federal Judge for NH.
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ALFRED HOWE TERRY (1827-1890). Union General in the American Civil War and the Military Commander of the Dakota Territory during the Indian Wars Period from 1866 to 1869 and again from 1872 to 1886. In Command of the expedition against the Sioux Indians when Colonel George A. Custer was killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn in June of 1876.
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WILLIAM THORNTON, (1759-1828). American Architect who Designed the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C. and the First U.S. Patent Office Superintendent.
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THOMAS TINGLEY (1750-1829). Commodore of the United States Navy. Originally serving in the British Navy, Tingey later served in the Continental Navy with distinction, and during the Quasi-War with France, and would serve as the Commandant of the Navy Yard until his death.
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JOHN L. TOOLE (1830-1906). English comic Actor and theatrical Producer.
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(JOSEPH TRUMBULL) (1782-1861), Grandson of Rev. War Governor Jonathan Trumbull, became Governor himself 1849-1850. Plus Signed by... JOHN COTTON SMITH (1765-1845), Connecticut Lt. Governor 1811-12 and Governor during the War of 1812 era 1812-17.
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REVEREND JOHN TRUMBULL (1715-1787). Graduated from Yale College in 1735 and became Pastor of the Westbury (now Watertown) Congregational Church in 1739. His nephew was Connecticut's Governor Jonathan Trumbull, the only Colonial governor to support the War for Independence AND Gov. Trumbull's son was the artist John Trumbull.
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(UNITED STATES NAVY). November 5, 1869-Dated, Navy Dept., Bureau of Navigation and Office of Detail, signed 4 men who were or became United States Navy Admirals
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(RIP VAN DAM), New York Colonial Governor.
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(GEORGE WASHINGTON).
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(GEORGE WASHINGTON).
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(William Augustine WASHINGTON) (1757 - 1810). Nephew of George Washington and the sixth son of George Washington's older half-brother, Augustine. Served in the American Revolution and was wounded at Trenton and Cowpens, taken prisoner at Eutaw Springs, served as a General in the Army, under the U.S. Constitution from 1798 to 1800.
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(WEST POINT MILITARY ACADEMY), Graduation Diploma Signed by Military Generals.
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WILLIAM M. WHERRY (1836-1918). American Civil War First Lieutenant of Company D, 3rd U.S. Reserve Missouri Infantry, Wherry was awarded the Medal of Honor for actions at the Battle of Wilson's Creek on August 10, 1861. He served on the frontier against the Indians and during the Spanish American War, retired at the rank of Brigadier General in the United States Army
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HENRY WILSON, U.S. Grant's Second Vice President.
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Reference Library Collection, Fifteen (15) Historical & Highly Useful Modern Books, Extremely Fine to Mint New.
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