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  1. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    42: *[[Lafayette Bunnell]], (1824-1903), described [[Yosemite Valley]]
    47: *[[John Cabot]] (Giovanni Caboto), (c. 1450 – 1499), [[Italy|Italian]] n...
    100: *[[Edmund Fanning]], (1769-1841), "Pathfinder of the Pacific", d...
    116: *[[Pierre Gaultier de Varennes et de la Vérendrye]], (1685-1749), explorer
    119: *[[Thomas Gann]], explorer
  2. List of people by name: Ab (7347 bytes)
    25: *[[Lynn Abbey|Abbey, Lynn]], (born 1948), US author
    50: *[[Abd-el-Kader]], (circa 1807-1883), Emir of Mascara
    93: ...ilhelm Hermann von Abich|Abich, Otto Wilhelm Hermann von]], (1806-1886), German mineralogist, geologis...
    116: *[[Dannie Abse|Abse, Dannie]], (born 1923), British poet
  3. List of people by name: Ad (7741 bytes)
    37: ...rew]], (1736-1797), U.S. poloitical leader from Connecticut
    40: ...rles Francis Adams, Sr.|Adams, Charles Francis]] (1807-1886), grandson of John Adams, son of John Quincy...
    49: ...ams, Gerry]], (born 1948), Irish politician & [[Sinn F驮]] leader
    69: ...hitect)|Adams, Thomas]], (1871-1940), UK urban planner
    85: *[[Cannonball Adderley|Adderley, Cannonball]], (1928-1975), saxophonist
  4. List of people by name: Ag (3474 bytes)
    10: *[[Andre Agassi|Agassi, Andre]], (1970-), tennis player
    12: *[[Louis Agassiz|Agassiz, Louis]], (1807-1873), work on [[ice age]]s, [[glacier]]s
    24: *[[Gianni Agnelli|Agnelli, Gianni]], (1921-2003), Italian industrialist
    29: ...gnon|Agnon, S.Y.]], (1888-1970), [[Nobel]] prizewinning author
    35: ...ish theologian & scholar and creator of written Finnish language
  5. Flora Tristan (1707 bytes)
    3: ...lonel of the [[Spanish Armada]], and her mother, Anne Laisney, a Frenchwoman. Her parents met in [[Bil...
    5: When her father died before her fifth birthday in 1807, the situation of Flora and her mother changed dr...
  6. Ching Shih (2491 bytes)
    2: ... By the time her husband died in a [[gale]] in [[1807]], he had united a pirate coalition numbering 400...
    8: ...e Ching Shih died at the age of 60 in [[1844]], running a [[brothel]] and gambling house in [[Guangzho...
  7. Thomas Jefferson (31127 bytes)
    20: ...[[John F. Kennedy]] welcomed 49 [[Nobel Prize]] winners to the [[White House]] in [[1962]], saying, "I...
    67: *[[Embargo Act of 1807]], an attempt to force respect for U.S. [[neutral...
    100: ...n="left"|'''[[Caesar A. Rodney]]'''||align="left"|1807–1809
    116: *[[Henry Brockholst Livingston]] - [[1807]]
    117: *[[Thomas Todd]] - 1807
  8. Richard Mentor Johnson (4804 bytes)
    5: ...ited States Congress|Congress]]es ([[March 4]], [[1807]]-[[March 3]], [[1819]]). He was chairman of the...
    15: ...o daughters, Adaline Chinn Johnson and Imogene Chinn Johnson.
    23: ...[Thomas Sandford]]|after=At-Large districts|years=1807-1813}}
  9. United States (59108 bytes)
    11: national_anthem = ''[[The Star-Spangled Banner]]'' |
    66: ... world's leading economic and military power. Beginning in the [[1990s]], the United States became ver...
    80: ...ebreaking vote. These two posts are elected, as running mates, by the people via the [[U.S. Electoral ...
    97: ...es consists of 1.4 million [[active duty]] [[personnel]] along with several hundred thousand each in t...
    116: ...s the lower 48; [[Alaska]], which is physically connected only to Canada, and the [[archipelago]] of H...
  10. The Gambia (13678 bytes)
    63: ...s that the transatlantic slave trade operated. In 1807, slave trading was abolished throughout the Briti...
    73: The AFPRC announced a transition plan for return to democratic ...
    78: ...PPP) and other senior government officials were banned from participating in politics until [[July]] [...
    112: ..., peanut processing, bakeries, a brewery, and a tannery). Other manufacturing activities include soap,...
    161: ...dies/Country_Specific/Gambia.html University of Pennsylvania - African Studies Center: ''Gambia''] dir...
  11. Timeline of invention (28171 bytes)
    17: ===[[9th millennium BC]]===
    21: ===[[8th millennium BC]]===
    24: ===[[7th millennium BC]]===
    29: ===[[6th millennium BC]]===
    33: ===[[4th millennium BC]]===
  12. Women's suffrage (11832 bytes)
    13: ...in [[New Jersey]] in [[1776]], but rescinded in [[1807]]. The [[Pitcairn Islands]] granted women's suffr...
    31: ...ble to professional politicians, however, that in 1807 the law was revised to exclude them. This was ob...
    43: ...her the other States followed their examples, [[Tennessee]] being the last of the needed 36 States to ...
    61: *[[Jeannne Deroin]] (France)
    68: *[[Marianne Hainisch]] (Austria)
  13. History of the United States (21226 bytes)
    7: ...]]n continent at some time between the [[9th millennium BC]] and 48,000 BC, and dominated the area unt...
    28: ... suspended all U.S. trade with foreign nations in 1807, hoping to get the British to end their blockade ...
    34: ...er [[Napoleon]]'s defeat and the [[Congress of Vienna]] in 1815, an era of relative stability began in...
    63: ...saw dramatic improvements in housing and urban planning. The boom was reflected by the extension of c...
    82: ...ted States was defined internationally by the beginning of the [[Cold War]], where the United States a...
  14. Asteroid (24334 bytes)
    14: ... requiring diacriticals). The first numbered but unnamed minor planet was [[(3360) 1981 VA]]; the last...
    16: ... at several million. The largest asteroid in our inner solar system is [[1 Ceres]], with a diameter of...
    60: ...ed over the next few years, with Vesta found in [[1807]]. After eight more years of fruitless searches, ...
    62: ...honse Louis Nicolas Borrelly|A. Borrelly]], [[Johann Palisa|J. Palisa]], [[Paul Henry and Prosper Henr...
    64: ...methods: Wolf alone discovered 248 asteroids, beginning with [[323 Brucia]], whereas only slightly mor...
  15. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    7: *[[Paul Cezanne]], ([[1839]]-[[1906]]), French artist
    55: *[[Anna Ancher]] ([[1859]]-[[1935]])
    75: *[[Ivan Ayvazovsky|Hovhannes Ayvazovski]] ([[1817]]-[[1900]])
    90: *[[Edward Mitchell Bannister]] ([[1828]]-[[1901]])
    94: *[[Giovanni Francesco Barbieri]] ([[1591]]-[[1666]])
  16. Timeline of United States history (1790-1819) (6951 bytes)
    19: *[[1796]] - [[Tennessee]], formerly part of North Carolina, becomes ...
    46: *[[1807]] - [[Embargo Act]]
    47: *[[1807]] - USS ''Leopard'' sunk by the British
    48: *[[1807]] - [[Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves]]
    49: *[[1807]] - [[Robert Fulton]] invents [[steamboat]]
  17. Napoleonic Wars (44488 bytes)
    3: ...ng]] most of Europe; the fall was also rapid, beginning with the disastrous invasion of [[Russia]], an...
    5: ...olutionary Wars, and set the Napoleonic Wars' beginning at the outbreak of war between the [[United Ki...
    14: ...ry forever. It was the force that spelled the beginning of some nations, and the end of others. The ma...
    18: ...gainst their native countries. However, military innovators in the middle of the 18th century began to...
    20: ... other troop units. Napoleon standardized the [[cannonball]] sizes to ensure easier resupply and compa...
  18. Ship (18843 bytes)
    10: ...e ship) and [[tonnage]]. A number of different tonnage definitions exist; most measure [[volume]] rat...
    19: ...ttle of Actium]]. The use of large numbers of [[cannon]] from the [[16th century]] meant that maneuver...
    21: ...[[PS Clermont|''Clermont'']]) in the [[USA]] in [[1807]], followed in [[Europe]] by the 45-foot [[PS Com...
    23: ...tages were the convenience and the reduction in manning owing to the removal of the need for trimmers ...
    59: ... of the sheer strake regardless of the need for gunnery.
  19. Aaron Burr (20716 bytes)
    9: ...her-in-law, [[Tapping Reeve]], at [[Litchfield, Connecticut]]. His studies were put on hold for the [[...
    20: ...nly four months. During the month of their first anniversary, she sued for [[divorce]], citing infidel...
    26: ..., Burr's defeat of General Schuyler marks the beginning of their personal quarrel. Hamilton felt Burr...
    40: ...rr became Vice-President. His fair and judicial manner as [[President of the Senate|president of the S...
    44: ... But Hamilton exceeded himself at one political dinner, where he expressed a "still more despicable op...
  20. Sam Houston (6990 bytes)
    5: ...yville, Tennessee|Maryville]], [[Tennessee]] in [[1807]], following the death of his father. He ran away...
    7: ...see, where he was a staunch supporter of fellow Tennesseean [[Andrew Jackson]] and was widely consider...
    9: ...ad ran for and won, the office of [[governor of Tennessee]], defeating former governor [[Willie Blount...
    14: ...s were taken by surprise and badly beaten. Santa Anna was captured the following day. Houston briefly ...
    16: ... Rebellion]] of 1838 and while initially seeking annexation by the U.S. he dropped that hope during hi...

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