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Union (1799 ship)

Union first appeared in online records in 1799. she made one voyage as a slave ship before she foundered on her way home. Captain Thomas Moffat acquired a letter of marque on 9 December 1799. He sailed Union from London on 26 December 1788. Union ...

                                               

CSS Sampson

CSS Sampson, sometimes spelled Samson, was employed as a tugboat, prior to her purchase by the Confederate Government in 1861. On 7 November 1861 this ship, Sampson, Lt. J. S. Kenard, CSN, stood out with other gunboats of Commodore Josiah Tattnal ...

                                               

Variações (film)

Variações is a 2019 Portuguese biographical film about Portuguese singer and songwriter Antonio Variações. It was the most successful film in 2019 at the box office in Portugal.

                                               

Supremo (film)

Supremo is a 2012 Filipino biographical film directed by Richard V. Somes about the life of Katipunan Supremo Andres Bonifacio. The film stars Alfred Vargas as Bonifacio, alongside Mon Confiado, Hermie Concepcion, Nicco Manalo, Alex Vincent Medin ...

                                               

Jacqueline Castel

Jacqueline Castel is an American-born French-Canadian film director, screenwriter, and curator based in New York City. Castels work has screened at the Sundance Film Festival, South by Southwest, the Sitges Film Festival, and the International Fi ...

                                               

The Face of Mercy

The Face of Mercy is a 2016 documentary about St. Faustina, her mystical visions, and the role that Divine Mercy has played in different peoples lives. It is narrated by Jim Caviezel, but also includes testimonials from those whose lives have bee ...

                                               

Ian Fitchuk

Fitchuk was born and raised in Chicago by parents who are both accomplished classical musicians and educators. He cites Paul Simons Graceland as a significant musical influence from an early age. He moved to Nashville in 2000 to study jazz piano ...

                                               

30 January 1939 Reichstag speech

During a speech at the Reichstag on 30 January 1939, Adolf Hitler predicted "the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe" in the event of another world war. These words came towards the end of a long speech that also dealt with other topics, an ...

                                               

Dragon Fist (disambiguation)

Dragon Fist is 1979 Hong Kong action film starring Jackie Chan. Dragon Fist may refer to: Dragon Fist manga, the Japanese manga by Shuu Katayama Dragon Fist Dungeons & Dragons, Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting Dragons fist Dragon Fist Series V ...

                                               

Enter the Dragon (disambiguation)

Enter the Dragon is a martial arts film starring Bruce Lee that was released in 1973. Enter the Dragon soundtrack, the official soundtrack for the film Enter the Dragon may also refer to:

                                               

Song of the Year

Song of the Years may refer to: Song of the Year festival, a Russian Song contest Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Song of the Year Dove Award for Song of the Year Song of the Year Russia, Soviet and Russian festival and award Grammis ...

                                               

Kilbourn

Kilbourn or Kilborn may refer to: Surname: Oliver Kilbourn 1904–1993, British coal miner, painter, and founding member of the Ashington Group Leslie Gifford Kilborn 1895–1972, the son of Omar L. Kilborn and Retta Kilborn Ruth Kilbourn born 1895, ...

                                               

Waterbury (disambiguation)

Waterbury village, Vermont, a village within the town of Waterbury, Vermont. Waterbury, Nebraska Waterbury, Florida, an unincorporated area in Manatee County, Florida Waterbury, Vermont Waterbury, Wisconsin

                                               

Mary Carey

Mary Carey may refer to: Mary Boleyn c. 1499/1500 – 1543, married name Mary Carey, sister to Queen Anne and mistress of Henry VIII of England and Francis I of France Mary Carey, Lady Carey c. 1609 – c. 1680, nee Jackson Mary Carey baseball 1925–1 ...

                                               

George Mills

George Mills may refer to: George Hamilton Mills 1827–1901, mayor of Hamilton, Ontario George Mills artist 1792–1824, British sculptor, engraver and medallist George D. Mills 1898–1948, American lawyer and politician George Mills shipbuilder 1808 ...

                                               

Fessenden

Stirling Fessenden 1875-1944, lawyer and Chairman/Secretary General of the Shanghai Municipal Council William P. Fessenden 1806-1869 Senator and Secretary of the Treasury under Lincoln Fessenden surname Reginald Fessenden 1866-1932 Canadian/Ameri ...

                                               

West of the Pecos

West of the Pecos may refer to: West of the Pecos, 1971 play about Roy Bean by Tim Kelly 1932-1990, American playwright. The Law West of the Pecos self-designation of Judge Roy Bean, Jr. 1825–1903 Texas west of the Pecos River, Far West Texas, ge ...

                                               

Wild Boy

Wild Boy of Aveyron c. 1788–1828, French boy found living wild in the woods Peter the Wild Boy died 1785, boy from Hanover found living wild in the woods

                                               

The Rescue

The Rescue Doctor Who, a serial from the second season of Doctor Who "The Rescue" Dynasty 1986, a 1986 episode of Dynasty The Rescue 1917 film, a silent drama starring Lon Chaney, Sr. "The Rescue", seventh episode of the 1964 Doctor Who serial Th ...

                                               

Attila (disambiguation)

Attila album, a 1979 album by Mina Attila heavy metal band, a band from New York City Attila rock band, a late-1960s American duo that included Billy Joel Attila metalcore band, an American group from Atlanta, Georgia "Attila", a song by Iced Ear ...

                                               

Douville (disambiguation)

Claudine Douville, a Quebecoise sports journalist, amateur athlete and author of adventure novels Joseph Henri Ferdinand Douville 1846–1937, also known as "Henri Douville", a French paleontologist, geologist and malacologist Jean Baptiste Douvill ...

                                               

Physick

Physick may refer to: Emlen Physick Estate, Victorian house museum in Cape May, New Jersey, located at 1048 Washington Street Philip Syng Physick 1768–1837, American physician born in Philadelphia, called "father of American surgery" The Physick ...

                                               

Mary Robinson (disambiguation)

Mary Robinson was President of Ireland from 1990–97 and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights from 1997–2002. Mary Robinson may also refer to: Mary Robinson poet 1757–1800, English poet and novelist Mary Robinson British politician bo ...

                                               

John Sterling

John Sterling may refer to: John Sterling author 1806–1844, British author, subject of a life by Thomas Carlyle Major-General John Barton Sterling 1840–1926, his son and commander of the Coldstream Guards John Sterling, character in Robert A. Hei ...

                                               

Alexander Murray

Alexander C. Murray, American mayor of Fall River, Massachusetts Alexander Murray 1816–1884, U.S. Navy officer, Mexican-American and American Civil Wars Alexander Murray 1755–1821, U.S. Navy officer, Revolutionary War

                                               

John Swanson

John Swanson may refer to: John August Swanson born 1938, American visual artist Johnny Swanson, candidate in the United States Senate election in Alabama, 2008 John Swanson Medal of Honor 1842–1923, American Civil War sailor and Medal of Honor r ...

                                               

Richard Savage

Richard Savage may refer to: Richard Savage poet c. 1697–1743, English poet Richard Savage 1842, a novel by Charles Whitehead Richard Henry Savage 1846–1903, American military officer and author Rick Savage born 1960, bassist with Def Leppard Ric ...

                                               

Samuel Ferguson (disambiguation)

Samuel Ferguson was an artist and antiquary. Samuel Ferguson may also refer to: Samuel Thomas Ferguson 1871-1948, the eponymous owner of Samuel Fergusons cottage in West Toodyay, Western Australia Samuel David Ferguson 1842–1916, Episcopal bishop ...

                                               

Hans Richter

Hans Richter may refer to: Hans Peter Richter 1926–1993, German author, wrote books for children and young adults Hans Richter architect 1882–1971, designer of the Volksbuhne in Berlin and villa Heller in usti nad Labem Hans Richter artist 1888–1 ...

                                               

William Dodd

William Dodd may refer to: Bill Dodd 1909–1991, Louisiana politician and writer William Dodd priest 1729–1777, who was hanged for fraud in 1777 William Huston Dodd 1844–1930, Member of Parliament for North Tyrone William J. Dodd 1862–1930, Americ ...

                                               

Margaret Murray (disambiguation)

Margaret Murray was a British Egyptologist and anthropologist. Margaret Murray may also refer to: Margaret Murray baseball died 2006, All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player Margaret Lindsay Murray 1848–1915, Irish scientist, contr ...

                                               

William Baldwin (disambiguation)

William Baldwin is an American actor. William Baldwin may also refer to: William E. Baldwin politician born 1948, Pennsylvanian politician William Baldwin author fl. 1547, English author of Beware the Cat, arguably first novel in English William ...

                                               

The Water Cure (disambiguation)

The Water Cure, a 2007 novel by Percival Everett The Water Cure, a 2018 novel by Sophie Mackintosh The Water Cure in Chronic Disease, a 1846 book by James Manby Gully

                                               

Walter Clark

Walter Clark may refer to: Walter Van Tilburg Clark 1909–1971, American author of short stories, poetry and novels Walter Ernest Clark 1873–1955, president of the University of Nevada, father of Walter Van Tilburg Clark Walter Leighton Clark 1859 ...

                                               

Buffalo Bill (disambiguation)

William L. Brooks c. 1832–1874, Western lawman and outlaw Jay Wilsey 1896-1961, American actor often credited as Buffalo Bill Jr. in Westerns William Wilson Quinn 1907–2001, U.S. Army lieutenant general

                                               

Mary Crawford (disambiguation)

Mary Crawford is a former Australian politician. Mary Crawford may also refer to: Mary Crawford Fraser 1851–1922, nee Mary Crawford, writer Mary M. Crawford 1884–1972, American surgeon Pseudonym of David DeCoteau Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford, see C ...

                                               

George Arthur (disambiguation)

Sir George Arthur, 1st Baronet was a colonial governor. George Arthur may also refer to: Sir George Arthur, 4th Baronet 1908–1949 of the Arthur baronets George Arthur cricketer 1849–1932, Australian cricketer George Arthur Australian soccer born ...

                                               

Ten Nights in a Barroom

Ten Nights in a Barroom may refer to: Ten Nights in a Barroom 1931 film, an American film directed by William A. OConnor Ten Nights in a Barroom 1926, an American film by the Colored Players of Philadelphia Ten Nights in a Bar Room 1921, an Ameri ...

                                               

Daniel Quinn (disambiguation)

Daniel Quinn was an American writer. Daniel Quinn may also refer to: Daniel Quinn rugby league, rugby league footballer "Dan Quin", a pseudonym sometimes used by Alfred Henry Lewis 1855-1914 Dan Quinn ice hockey born 1965, Canadian former NHL ice ...

                                               

Evening News

JNN Evening News, a Japanese news broadcast Evening News, an alternate name for News Hour in some broadcasting regions CBS Evening News, an American news broadcast ITV Evening News, a UK news broadcast

                                               

Francis Lynde

Francis Lynde was an American author. Three of his books were adapted to film. He was born in Lewiston, New York, and wrote adventure novels set in the American West in the early 20th century. The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Bicentennial Library ...

                                               

William Gay

Willie Gay Jr. born 1998, American football linebacker William Gay cornerback born 1985, American NFL player drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2007 Bill Gay 1927–2008, American football defensive back William Gay defensive lineman born 1951, ...

                                               

Strange but true (disambiguation)

Strange but true, a 2005 novel by John Searles Strange but True: From the Files of Fate Magazine, a 2002 book edited by Corrine Kenner and Craig Miller "Strange but True", an 1856 poem by Hugh Miller

                                               

Gentle Annie

Gentle Annie may refer to: "Gentle Annie" Tommy Makem song, a song by Tommy Makem Cenchrus longispinus or Gentle Annie, a species of grass Gentle Annie Summit, an elevation near Tiniroto, New Zealand Gentle Annie, a 1942 novel by MacKinlay Kantor ...

                                               

Charles Ward

Charles Ward may refer to: Charlie Ward fighter, Irish MMA fighter Charlie Ward born 1970, American professional basketball player, Heisman trophy winner Charles Caleb Ward 1831–1896, Canadian painter Charles Ward Deputy Governor of Bombay, Deput ...

                                               

Sea devil

The manta ray, Manta birostris Its relatives in the family Myliobatidae Members of the genus Lophius Deep-sea fishes in the family Ceratiidae The deep-sea fish black seadevil

                                               

Mary Williams

Mary Williams may refer to: Mary Williams caricaturist 1869–1960, American caricaturist who used the pseudonym Kate Carew Mary Wilhelmine Williams 1878–1944, historian Mary Elizabeth Williams, American writer and commentator Mary Lou Williams 191 ...

                                               

Confidence (disambiguation)

Confidence interval, a term used in statistical analysis Confidence trick or confidence game, or "con", intentionally misleading a person or persons for gain Consumer confidence, a measure of confidence in the economy Confidence politics, trust i ...

                                               

Elizabeth Anderson

Elizabeth Anderson may refer to: Liz Anderson 1927–2011, American singer-songwriter Betty Harvie Anderson, Baroness Skrimshire of Quarter 1913–1979, British politician Liz Anderson educator born 1970, Canadian educator and creator of the Accelera ...

                                               

Billy the Kid (disambiguation)

Billy Pettinger born 1982, Canadian singer performing as Billy the Kid Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco born 1946, Spanish police inspector accused of torture during the Franco era Billy Claiborne 1860–1882, American outlaw and gunfighter, a survivor of ...