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Milton, John, 1608-1674 (302)

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English poet. Epithet: poet John Milton (1608-1674), the poet. For fuller details of his life and achievements see the Dictionary of National Biography. John Milton (1608-1674) was an English poet. He composed sonnets and epic poetry including Paradise Lost, and also wrote tracts concerning political and social issues. Burton Chance, a prominent Philadelphia ophthalmologist, wrote "Ophthamology" (1939) and...

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Milton, John (26)

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Epithet: of Add MS 33509 Epithet: of Add MS 36354 Epithet: of the Mint Epithet: of Sloane MS 1030 Epithet: of Stowe MS 142

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John Milton and Ruth Neils Ward Collection (Harvard Theatre Collection) (638)

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Brannan, John Milton, 1819-1892 (66)

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Brannan was born in Washington, D.C., and was a messenger in the United States House of Representatives when he received his appointment to the United States Military Academy from Ratliff Boon, the U.S. Representative from Indiana in 1837. His appointment was supported by 114 other Congressmen. He finished West Point in 1841, ranking 23rd of 52 cadets, and was assigned to the 1st U.S. Artillery Regiment. After graduation, Brannan served at Plattsburgh, New York, during the border dispute with...

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Scott, John Milton. (16)

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Bernhisel, John M. (John Milton), 1799-1881 (31)

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Bernhisel was a medical doctor and the first Utah Territorial delegate to Congress. He obtained permission to copy the Book of Moses from Joseph Smith's bible from Emma Smith and donated it to Brigham Young. John M. Berhisel (1799-1881) was a medical doctor and first Utah Territorial delegate to Congress. He joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1842. He also served as the first vice-president of ZCMI and was one of the founders of the University of D...

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Niles, John M. (John Milton), 1787-1856 (31)

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John Milton Niles was a lawyer, judge, editor, author, and politician born in Windsor, Connecticut on August 20, 1787. In 1817, he founded the Hartford Weekly Times, the same year he was admitted to the bar. He was active in the Democratic Party, served on the Connecticut House of Representatives, was appointed Postmaster of Hartford, and served as United States Senator from 1835 to 1839. In 1840, he was appointed the ninth United States Postmaster General by President Martin Van Buren. He wa...

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Chivington, John M. (John Milton), 1821-1894 (27)

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Frontier Methodist minister and army officer. Played a critical role in defeating confederate forces at the Civil War battle of Glorietta (1862). In November, 1864, led a regiment of the Colorado Volunteers to the Cheyenne's Sand Creek Reservation where troops killed between 100 and 200 Cheyenne (later known as the "The Sand Creek Massacre"). Deputy sheriff, formerly U.S. Army officer responsible for the Sand Creek Massacre (Colorado, 1864); of Denver, Colo....

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Milton, John, 1807-1865 (13)

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Governor of Florida; as governor he developed a very active state militia and stressed Florida's ability to serve as an important source of food and salt for the Confederate forces; collapse of the Southern cause was followed by his death, April 1,1865 by a self-inflected gunshot wound at his family home Sylvania, near Marianna, Fla. John Milton, was Florida's 5th governor from Oct., 1861 to Apr. 1865 when he took his own life as the Confederacy began to collapse; he was...

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Ward, John M. (John Milton), 1917-2011 (25)

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John Milton Ward is the Harvard University William Powell Professor of Music, Emeritus, and Honorary Curator of Dance and Music for the Theatre in the Harvard College Library. Epithet: musicologist

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