1915 – Born in Oakland, California, 1932 – Lionel Wilson spent much of his youth on the playgrounds of Oakland honing his athletic skills. But when he entered Berkeley. 1939 – Wilson, who graduated from Berkeley, received his law degree from UC Hastings 1977 – Went on to become Alameda County’s first black judge and ..
1827 – Born on May 10th in Belmont County, Ohio. 1856 – Married to Ellen Towne Hatch on August 20th. 1863 – Was the Congressman of Minnesota. 1866 – A Republican National Committee for two years. 1881 – He became the United States Secretary of the Treasury and United States Senator from Minnesota. 1889 – ..
1772 – Born in Bladensburg, Maryland on the 8th of November. 1792 – Wirt was privately educated, studied law and was admitted to the Virginia bar. 1807 – President Thomas Jefferson asked him to be the prosecutor in Aaron Burr’s treason trial. 1817 – President James Monroe named him the ninth Attorney General of the ..
1595 – Edward Winslow, born on the 18th of October in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England. He was an American Pilgrim leader on the Mayflower. 1917 – Moved to Holland, where he united with John Robinson’s church at Leiden. 1620 – He was one of the Mayflower pilgrims who emigrated to New England. 1624 – 1647 – ..
1778 – Williams, John, (brother of Lewis Williams and Robert Williams, father of Joseph Lanier Williams, and cousin of Marmaduke Williams), a Senator from Tennessee;was born in Surry County, N.C., on the 29th of January. 1799 – 1800 – Completed preparatory studies; captain in the Sixth Regiment, United States Infantry. 1803 – Studied law in ..
1603 – Born on December 21st in London, England. Roger Williams, founder of the colony of Rhode Island in America and pioneer of religious liberty. 1627 – He was educated, under the patronage of Sir Edward Coke, at the Charter House and at Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he received his degree. 1629 – He studied ..
1731 – Born on March 29th in Lebanon, Connecticut. 1751 – He completed preparatory studies and graduated from Harvard College. 1753 – He engaged in mercantile pursuits and became a town clerk of Lebanon. 1755 – He was a member of a military expedition to Lake George. 1757-1784 – He was a member of the ..
1779 – Born on December 20th in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. A Senator and a Representative from Pennsylvania. 1801 – He attended Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Studied law, admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1810 – Assisted in organizing the Pittsburgh Manufacturing Company. – The first president of the Bank of ..
1872 – He was born on the 21st of August this year in Elmira, New York. His father was involved in the oil industry, and when White was two years old, his family moved to Titusville, Pennsylvania, where a great deal of oil drilling was currently taking place. 1895 – He attended public schools ..
1933 – Born in Texarkana, Texas, on the 4th of June. 1970 – He headed the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission, a body originally created by Democratic Governor Orval Eugene Faubus. 1980 – He switched from Democrat to Republican affiliation to run for governor of Arkansas. – He helped in campaign by Clinton’s unpopular ..