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  1. Mexico (27255 bytes)
    43: ...[[September 16]], [[1810]]<br>[[September 27]], [[1821]] |
    64: Latecomers to Mexico's central plateau, the Mexica, or Aztecs, as they were sometim...
    68: ...ce|war]] that eventually led to independence in [[1821]] and the creation of the [[Mexican Empire|First ...
    76: ...ublic, the [[Zapotec]] [[Benito Juárez]], with diplomatic and logistical support from the United Stat...
    87: ...the Congress. [[Congress of Mexico|Congress]] has played an increasingly important role since [[1997]]...
  2. Costa Rica (12931 bytes)
    1: ...ngside [[Uruguay]], is seen as an exceptional example of political stablity in the region, and sometim...
    41: <br /> [[September 15]], [[1821]]
    65: The native people of the [[Mayans]] and [[Aztecs]] were conquered ...
    69: ...ta Rica has avoided much of the violence that has plagued Central America. Since the late [[19th centu...
    109: ...cause the Government had implemented a seven year plan of expansion in the high tech industry. They h...
  3. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    1: ...icle|SUV]], see [[Ford Expedition]] (especially replacing the [[Ford Excursion]]). For the science fic...
    6: ... de Azambuja]] ([[15th century]] [[Portuguese]] explorer of the [[African]] coast)
    7: ... de Alenquer]] ([[15th century]] [[Portuguese]] explorer of the [[African]] coast)
    8: ...lmeida]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] naval explorer and [[viceroy]] of [[India]])
    9: ...uerque]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] naval explorer and [[viceroy]] of [[India]])
  4. Lucretia Mott (3249 bytes)
    5: ...[Philadelphia]] and became a Quaker minister in [[1821]]. She quickly became known for her persuasive sp...
    7: ...singular respect from the majority of American people of those times, mostly due to their advocacy and...
  5. Clara Barton (9023 bytes)
    2: ... known as '''Clara Barton''') ([[December 25]], [[1821]] (although there is a confusion with her date of...
    6: ...er many questions, and each sibling taught her complementary skills. When Clara started school at age ...
    21: ...] bureaucracy in vain to bring her own medical supplies to the battlefields. Finally, in July 1862, sh...
    23: In [[1865]], President [[Abraham Lincoln]] placed her in charge of the search for the missing m...
    35: ... less than a mile from her birthplace in a family plot in Oxford, Massachusetts.
  6. Spleen (4479 bytes)
    1: ... [[spherocytosis]], etc.), or for the removal of splenic tumours or cysts.
    3: ...]] called splenic sinuses. Cross sections of the spleen reveal a red soft surface which is divided int...
    5: ...ti's disease]], [[tumour]]s and [[cyst]]s of the spleen, glandular fever ([[mononucleosis]]), and here...
    7: ...ional [[asplenia]] by causing infarctions in the spleen during repeated sickle-cell crises.
    9: ...ain animals such as [[dog]]s and [[horse]]s, the spleen sequesters a large number of [[erythrocyte|ery...
  7. James Monroe (11107 bytes)
    10: | place of birth=[[Westmoreland County, Virginia]]
    13: | place of death=[[New York City]]
    24: ...inister to [[France]] in [[1794]]-[[1796]], he displayed strong sympathies for the French cause; later...
    34: ...e [[Missouri Territory]] in [[1819]] when their application for admission to the Union as a [[slave st...
    36: ...l it had ceded the [[Florida]]s, as was done in [[1821]].
  8. Andrew Jackson (23546 bytes)
    10: | place of birth= [[Waxhaw, North Carolina|Waxhaws are...
    13: | place of death= [[The Hermitage]], [[Nashville]], [[...
    18: ...dent had either been a member of the [[Virginia]] plantation [[elite]], or had been named [[Adams]]. J...
    32: ...ver, since many voters believed the man of the people had been robbed by the corrupt aristocrats of th...
    36: ...he first election in which many states allowed people without land to vote, and they voted for Jackson...
  9. Martin Van Buren (21629 bytes)
    10: <tr><td>'''Place of Birth:'''</td><td>[[Kinderhook (village), N...
    12: <tr><td>'''Place of Death:'''</td><td>[[Kinderhook (town), New ...
    27: ...y. In [[1796]] he began the study of [[law]], completing his preparation in 1802 at [[New York City|N...
    33: ...ber of the Senate, until [[1819]], when he was displaced to make room for a Federalist. He had already...
    35: ...f "Little Magician" for the skill with which he exploited it.
  10. John Tyler (18019 bytes)
    10: <tr><td>'''Place of Birth:'''</td><td>[[Greenway, Virginia]]</t...
    12: <tr><td>'''Place of Death:'''</td><td>[[Richmond, Virginia]]</t...
    29: ...ng President]], and as the Constitution was not explicit on that aspect of succession (until the [[196...
    38: *Letitia Christian Tyler ([[May 11]], [[1821]] - [[December 28]], [[1907]]).
    65: ...power of Government against any portion of the people; but however painful the duty I have to assure y...
  11. James Buchanan (15634 bytes)
    25: | '''Place of Birth:'''
    31: | '''Place of Death:'''
    53: ...to the four succeeding Congresses ([[March 4]], [[1821]] - [[March 3]], [[1831]]). He was chairman of t...
    66: ...balance in his appointments and persuading the people to accept constitutional law as the Supreme Cour...
    74: Economic troubles also plagued Buchanan's administration with the outbreak ...
  12. Antarctica (14761 bytes)
    4: ...arth's [[North Pole]] on the opposite side of the planet.
    6: ...d in [[1820]] and the first verified landing in [[1821]]. A [[1513]] map by Admiral [[Piri Reis]], howev...
    15: Antarctica is the coldest place on earth. [[Weather pattern|Weather front]]s ...
    53: ... that at a given time there are at least 1,000 people living in Antarctica. This varies considerably w...
    103: ...[John Calvin Batchelor]]'s "The Birth of the [[People's Republic]] of Antarctica" ([[1983]])
  13. Greece (54754 bytes)
    1: ...Western world|Western civilization]] and the birthplace of [[democracy]], Greece has a long and rich h...
    29: ...|| From the [[Ottoman Empire]]<br/>[[25 March]] [[1821]]<br/>[[1829]]
    52: ...n world|western civilization]] and being the birthplace of [[democracy]], [[philosophy]], the [[Olympi...
    57:
    65: ...nglish/greece/living/read_greek/alphabet.html]. [[Plato]] described how the Greeks live round the Aege...
  14. Brazil (12581 bytes)
    8: ... nobles and government. Though they returned in [[1821]], the interlude led to the opening of commercial...
    10: ...r occupy its interior. Brazilian democracy was replaced by [[dictatorship]] three times &mdash; [[193...
    17: ...deral district are elected according to the principle of majority to serve eight-year terms; one-third...
    60: ... [[iron ore]], [[orange juice]], [[steel]] and airplanes.
    61: After crafting a fiscal adjustment program and pledging progress on structural reform, Brazil recei...
  15. Argentina (30219 bytes)
    35: ...y 25]], [[1810]]<br/>[[July 9]], [[1816]]<br>in [[1821]] (by [[Portugal]]) |
    52: ...named the river of Sol&iacute;s, R&iacute;o de la Plata (River of the Silver).
    57: ...y establishing the [[Viceroyalty of the R�de la Plata]] in [[1776]], and Buenos Aires became a flour...
    63: ...r󮝝, known as [[Evita]] ([[1919]]-[[1952|52]]), played a key role in developing support for her husb...
    65: ...to a number of emergency decrees, including the implementation of special executive authority to deal ...
  16. Guatemala (8475 bytes)
    40: [[September 15]], [[1821]]
    64: Guatemala became independent of Spain in [[1821]], first as a part of the [[United Provinces of C...
    99: ...in 2000 provided world agricultural prices do not plunge.
    104: ...d Amerindians descendants of indigenous [[Maya people]] constitute 43% of the population. Whites and o...
    125: *[[List of places in Guatemala]]
  17. Peru (12264 bytes)
    30: ...p;- Declared || From [[Spain]]<br/>[[July 28]], [[1821]]
    48: ...red its independence from Spain on [[July 28]], [[1821]] thanks to an alliance between the Argentine arm...
    57: ... [[department]]s (''departamentos''), and many people still use this term when referring to today's re...
    99: The western coastal plains (costa) are separated from the eastern lowlan...
    113: ...ts way through the economy. Lima did manage to complete negotiations for an Extended Fund Facility wit...
  18. Sun Bear (4617 bytes)
    3: {{Taxobox_begin_placement | color = pink}}
    11: {{Taxobox_end_placement}}
    12: ... = [[Thomas Stamford Raffles|Raffles]] | date = [[1821]]}}
    25: ...lm|coconut palms]] and [[cocoa|cocoa trees]] on [[plantations]]. Hunting of nuisance bears is a major ...
  19. California (63989 bytes)
    44: <!-- before modifying these state symbols please verify your changes against official Californ...
    57: Grass = [[Stipa|Purple Needlegrass]] |
    81: ...Footnotes in this article use names, not numbers. Please see [[Wikipedia:Footnotes]] for details.
    82: ... 1) Assign your footnote a unique name, for example TheSun_Dec9.
    86: 5) Multiple footnotes to the same reference: see [[Wikipedia...
  20. Kansas (21369 bytes)
    37: ... from the [[Sioux|Siouan]] word Kansa meaning "People of the south wind", is a [[Midwest|midwestern]] ...
    42: ...hen became part of the Missouri Territory until [[1821]]. The [[Kansas-Nebraska Act]] became law on [[M...
    44: ...r [[Oregon]], Kansas was a waystop and outfitting place. On [[March 30]], [[1855]] "Border Ruffians" f...
    48: ...] destroying much of the city and killing many people.
    55: {{Template:MetaSidebar|250px|#ffffaa|right|[[Kansas state...
  21. Missouri (16086 bytes)
    10: ...I of Sweden]] ([[1809]]) ''"The welfare of the people my highest law")|
    26: AdmittanceDate = [[August 10]], [[1821]] |
    44: ...il War|Civil War]], Missouri, a slave state, was split with portions adhering to the Union, and others...
    65: North of the Missouri River lie the northern plains that stretch into Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas. ...
    67: ...is the home of the Ozark mountains, a [[dissected plateau]] surrounding the [[Precambrian]] [[igneous]...
  22. Texas (39610 bytes)
    38: ...] explorers mistakenly applied the word to the people and their location.
    74: Prior to [[1821]], Texas was part of the [[Spain|Spanish]] colony...
    78: === The Republic of Mexico (1821&ndash;1836) ===
    80: After [[Mexico|Mexican]] independence in 1821, Texas became a part of Mexico. See [[Mexican Tex...
    94: ...45, Texas became the first and, to date, only [[diplomatic recognition|internationally recognized]] in...
  23. New Mexico (31079 bytes)
    38: ...ral influences. For a variety of reasons, some people in other parts of the U.S. sometimes mistake it ...
    44: ...est inhabitants of the New World. The [[Pueblo people]] built a flourishing sedentary culture in the [...
    46: ...]]. His maltreatment of the Pueblo people while exploring the upper Rio Grande valley led to long-stan...
    58: ...ssed to independent Mexico following the [[1810]]-1821 [[Mexican War of Independence]].
    60: ...] returned to the United States in [[November]] [[1821]] with news that independent Mexico welcomed trad...
  24. Timeline of invention (28171 bytes)
    31: * [[Plough]]s in [[Mesopotamia]]
    35: * 3500 BC: [[Plywood]] in [[History of ancient Egypt|Egypt]]
    80: * [[600]]: Mouldboard [[plough]] in [[Eastern Europe]]
    162: * [[1797]]: [[Cast iron plow]]: [[Charles Newbold]]
    191: * [[1821]]: [[Electric motor]]: [[Michael Faraday]]
  25. List of people by name: Y (12717 bytes)
    1: {{List_of_people}}
    12: ...xander Yakushev|Yakushev, Alexander]], ice hockey player
    14: *[[Linus Yale, Jr.|Yale, Linus Jr.]] (1821-1868), innovator of locks
    31: ...ional Basketball Association|NBA]] [[Basketball]] player, [[Houston Rockets]]
    128: *[[Mike York|York, Mike]], ice hockey player
  26. Achilles Tatius (1791 bytes)
    1: ...; first important critical edition by [[Jacobs]], 1821; later editions by [[Hirschig]], 1856; [[Hercher]...
  27. Comet (30542 bytes)
    3: ... be many times more distant than [[Pluto (planet)|Pluto]]'s orbit. Often described as "dirty snowballs...
    15: ...the light that falls on it. It is thought that complex [[organic compound]]s are the dark surface mate...
    21: ... star [[Nemesis (star)|Nemesis]]; or an unknown [[Planet X]].
    23: ...being more than twice as massive as all the other planets combined.
    25: ...it it turns out to be an old "lost" comet. An example is Comet [[11P/Tempel-Swift-LINEAR]], which was ...
  28. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    1: The following list is an incomplete '''list of painters'''.
    208: *[[Ford Madox Brown]] ([[1821]]-[[1893]])
    281: *[[John Singleton Copley]] ([[1737]]-[[1815]])
    616: *[[Leon Kaplinski]] ([[1826]]-[[1873]])
    958: *[[Stefan Planinc]] ([[1925]]-)
  29. Timeline of United States history (1820-1859) (8457 bytes)
    8: *[[1821]] - [[Missouri]] becomes a state
    31: ... Supreme Court]] rules in favor of [[Cherokee (people)|Cherokees]]; President Jackson ignores the ruli...
    133: ...ry/United_States/People Pictures of Historical People]
    135: ==Lesson Plans, Resources and Activites==
    136: ...al_Studies/US_History/index.htm US History Lesson Plans]
  30. Michigan (29427 bytes)
    40: ...ch voyageurs in the 17th century. In [[1701]], explorer [[Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac]] founded [[De...
    42: ... had some 80,000 residents, more than enough to apply for statehood. A state government was formed in...
    46: ... automotive industry, with [[Henry Ford]]'s first plant in the [[Highland Park, Michigan|Highland Park...
    55: *[[1622]] [[ɴienne Br? and his fellow explorers from [[Grenoble]], [[France]], were probably...
    66: ...Treaty of Saginaw]], the [[Ojibwe]], [[Ottawa (people)|Ottawa]], and [[Potawatomi]] ceded more than si...
  31. Neptune (planet) (18545 bytes)
    136: ...entric orbit]], Neptune is sometimes the furthest planet from the [[Sun]]. Neptune is named after the ...
    138: ... spacecraft, ''[[Voyager 2]]'', which flew by the planet on [[August 25]], [[1989]].
    142: ...ated by [[accretion|infalling matter]] during the planet's birth, now slowly radiating away into space...
    144: ...nus (planet)|Uranus]]. There is likely to be a [[planetary core|core]] consisting of (molten) rock an...
    146: ...be characteristic of flows in the interior of the planet and not the result of Uranus' sideways orient...
  32. January 17 (12233 bytes)
    8: ...73]] - Captain [[James Cook]] becomes the first explorer to cross the [[Antarctic Circle]].
    14: * [[1893]] - American [[sugar]] planters led by the [[Committee of Safety (Hawaii)|C...
    20: ...oviet Union|Soviet]] forces capture the almost completely destroyed [[Poland|Polish]] city of [[Warsaw...
    22: * 1945 - [[Sweden|Swedish]] diplomat [[Raoul Wallenberg]] disappears in [[Hungary]...
    36: ...r second full-length album, [[Kerplunk (album)|Kerplunk]].
  33. January 2 (10888 bytes)
    15: *[[1860]] - The discovery of the planet [[Vulcan (planet)|Vulcan]] was announced at a meeting of the [...
    30: ...- [[Canada]] and the [[United States]] agree on a plan to preserve [[Niagara Falls]].
    41: ...ard]] performs the second successful [[heart transplant]].
    49: ...ring factions in [[Bosnia]] meet to discuss peace plans.
    51: ...7mm) at [[Chicago]]. In [[Chicago]], temperatures plunge to -13&deg;F (-25&deg;C), and 68 deaths are r...
  34. History of California (38344 bytes)
    3: ...''history of California''' begins with European exploration.
    13: ...[European colonization of the Americas|European explorers]] and [[European colonization of the America...
    16: ===European exploration===
    19: ...s, and gems. The Spaniards conjectured that these places may be one and the same.
    30: The name "California" was first applied in the account of this voyage. It can be trace...
  35. William Shakespeare (28915 bytes)
    2: ...tyle|N.S.]])), [[England|English]] [[poet]] and [[playwright]], has a reputation as the greatest of al...
    4: ...und the world. Shakespeare was among the very few playwrights who have excelled in both [[tragedy]] an...
    6: ...Chronology of Shakespeare plays|chronology of the plays]] attributed to him are often uncertain. His p...
    8: ...d the many [[list of adaptations of Shakespearean plays|adaptations]] of his works.
    12: ...ree that William Shakespeare{{fn|1}}&mdash;actor, playwright and poet&mdash;was one individual whose l...
  36. El Salvador (12362 bytes)
    1: ...with a population of approximately 6.7 million people. It is the most densely populated state on the [...
    49: | From [[Spain]]: [[September 15]], [[1821]]<br />
    61: ...ndependence from [[Spain]] on [[September 15]], [[1821]] and the [[Central American Federation]] in [[18...
    63: ...do Mart흝. The military left more than 20,000 people dead in retaliatory massacres, which came to be ...
    65: ...ll World Cup|World Cup]] qualifying series taking place between the two countries.
  37. Bottlenose Dolphin (16802 bytes)
    4: {{Taxobox_begin_placement | color = pink}}
    12: {{Taxobox_end_placement}}
    13: ... | author = [[George Montagu|Montagu]] | date = [[1821]]}}
    21: ...n their cousins in cooler pelagic waters. For example a survey of animals in the [[Moray Firth]] in [[...
    26: ...8.jpg|thumb|250px|right|A wild Bottlenose Dolphin playing in the wake of a boat in Florida.]]
  38. James K. Polk (27988 bytes)
    11: | place of birth=[[Mecklenburg County, North Carolina]...
    14: | place of death=[[Nashville, Tennessee]]
    19: ...He is noted for his expansionist beliefs, for his pledge to serve only one term, and for becoming the ...
    31: ...s that of Chief Clerk of the Senate of Tennessee (1821&ndash;1823); he resigned the position in order to...
    33: ...hoose Adams was a violation of the will of the people; he even proposed (unsuccessfully) that the [[El...
  39. Jean Lafitte (3700 bytes)
    6: ... [[Texas]] Governor [[Price Daniel]] and is on display at the [[Sam Houston Regional Library and Archi...
    8: Lafitte claimed never to have plundered an American vessel, and though he engaged ...
    13: ...ican Louisiana, left unoccupied and lawless until 1821.
    17: ...ual site of the 1815 battle and the final resting place for soldiers from the [[Civil War]], [[Spanish...
    21: ...capture the city's mayor, forcing him to walk the plank. No such event is known to have occurred, alth...
  40. Charles Babbage (13539 bytes)
    2: ...'s original plans, a [[Difference Engine]] was completed, and functioned perfectly. It was built to to...
    5: ...on Estate in [[Teignmouth]]. His mother was Betsy Plumleigh Babbage. In [[1808]] the Babbage family mo...
    16: ...le lived happily at 5 Devonshire Street, Portland Place, London. They had eight children, but only thr...
    23: *Francis Moore Babbage (born [[1 June]] [[1821]])
    29: ...Gottfried Leibniz]]. He first discussed the principles of a calculating engine in a letter to Sir [[Hu...
  41. Jefferson Davis (14427 bytes)
    10: ...ania University]] at [[Lexington, Kentucky]] in [[1821]]. In [[1824]], Davis entered the [[United States...
    12: Jefferson Davis successfully completed his four-year term of study at West Point, an...
    20: ==Marriage, plantation life and politics==
    21: ...ork City]]. In [[1836]], he retired to Brierfield Plantation in [[Warren County, Mississippi]].
    48: ...f secession in practice, Davis upheld it on principle on [[January 10]] [[1861]]. On the 21st of that ...
  42. James Longstreet (9732 bytes)
    4: ... for the government of his former enemies, as a diplomat and administrator.
    14: ...ive Lee on the subject of the proper tactics to employ in battle.
    18: ...eputation that [[December]], when his First Corps played the decisive role in the [[Battle of Frederic...
    22: ... a fundamental change in the way Longstreet was employed by Lee. In the past, Lee had preferred to use...
    24: ...le, embarking on a strategic flanking movement to place themselves on the Union line of communication,...
  43. Little Rock, Arkansas (9366 bytes)
    1: {{Template:US City infobox|
    37: ... of the [[2000]] [[census]], there are 183,133 people, 77,352 households, and 46,488 families residing...
    39: ... age of 18 living with them, 40.5% are married couples living together, 16.1% have a female householde...
    50: *1722 - French explorer, Bernard de la Harpe, landed near a small roc...
    53: *1821 - Little Rock became the capital of the [[Arkansa...
  44. Tallahassee, Florida (7125 bytes)
    7: {{Template:US City infobox|
    33: ...ommissioners to establish a more central meeeting place.
    35: ...ughly midway between the two cities?as a suitable place, and in March of the following year it was for...
    38: ...h lawn about a mile W. In both spots the water is plenty and good."</blockquote>
    40: ...old town." This likely stems from the [[Creek (people)|Creek]] (later called [[Seminole (tribe)|Semino...
  45. Indianapolis, Indiana (25903 bytes)
    1: {{Template:US City infobox |
    9: founded = [[1821]] |
    29: ...many|German]] architect [[Bruno Schmitz]], was completed on the site in [[1901]].
    31: ...owntown Indianapolis with the village of Broad Ripple to the north was ever operational.
    33: ..., as in most American cities, caused a suburban explosion. With automobile companies as [[Duesenburg]...
  46. Jackson, Mississippi (21073 bytes)
    3: {{Template:US City infobox|
    29: ...es, giving the appearance of a checkerboard. This plan has not lasted to the present day. The state le...
    39: ...etreated across the Pearl River. Union forces completely burned the city after its capture this secon...
    41: ...apitol]] replaced the older structure upon its completion in 1903, and today the Old Capitol is a hist...
    53: ...n in [[June]] 1963 by Dr. James Hardy. Hardy transplanted the cadaveric lung into a patient suffering ...
  47. Jefferson City, Missouri (7230 bytes)
    6: ...ready vanished into history and the indigenous peoples were called the Osage Indians. (See Also: [[Osa...
    8: ...on City was chosen as the new capital in 1821. In 1821 Jefferson City was known as Lohman?s Landing. It ...
    12: {{Template:US City infobox|
    45: ...nce design and made of Carthage marble. It was completed [[1917]].
    72: ...census]]{{GR|2}} of [[2000]], there are 39,636 people, 15,794 households, and 9,207 families residing ...
  48. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    31: *[[Anthemius of Tralles]] (Constantinople c. [[474]] - c. [[534]])
    70: *[[Eric Temple Bell]] (Scotland, USA, [[1883]] - [[1960]])
    139: *[[Arthur Cayley]] (Britain, [[1821]] - [[1895]])
    150: ...ty Lvovich Chebyshev]], ([[Russia]], [[May 16]],[[1821]] - [[December 8]],[[1894]])
    333: *[[Eduard Heine]] (Germany, [[1821]]-[[1881]])
  49. List of astronomers (40322 bytes)
    318: *[[Johannes Kepler]] ([[Germany]], [[1571]] &ndash; [[1630]])
    346: *[[Pierre-Simon Laplace]] ([[France]], [[1749]] &ndash; [[1827]])
    408: *[[Am餩e Mouchez]] ([[France]], [[1821]] &ndash; [[1892]])
    463: *[[Philip Plait]] ([[United States|USA]])
    464: *[[Giovanni Antonio Amedeo Plana]] ([[Italy]], [[1781]] &ndash; [[1864]])
  50. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (15483 bytes)
    1: ...]] - [[November 14]], [[1831]]) was a [[German people|German]] [[philosopher]] born in [[Stuttgart]], ...
    9: ...ons inherent in the preceding movement''. For example, the French Revolution for Hegel constitutes the...
    13: ...nciple of it and the other form is its specific application to the actual events in history. He contin...
    19: ...vidual case. To do so would involve comparing examples of events of history with their archetypal form...
    21: ...e called "deliberately confusing") his work is perplexing for modern audiences because he had an organ...
  51. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    62: *[[Henri-Fr餩ric Amiel]], (1821-1881)
    391: *[[Frederick Copleston]], (1907-1994)
    431: *[[Joseph de Maistre]], (1753-1821){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}
    473: *[[Fyodor Dostoevsky]], (1821-1881){{fn|R}}
    720: *[[Rudolf Haym]], (1821-1901)
  52. Knights Hospitaller (26158 bytes)
    5: ...in Christian pilgrims traveling to visit the birthplace of [[Jesus]]. It was served by [[Benedictine]]...
    9: ...s in the Holy Land were the work of either the Templars or Hospitallers, at the height of the Kingdom ...
    15: ...His successor [[Fulkes de Villaret]] executed the plan, and on [[August 15]], [[1309]] after over two ...
    17: ...] in [[1480]], who after the [[fall of Constantinople]] made the Knights a priority target.
    25: After seven years of moving from place to place in [[Europe]], the Knights were re-established...
  53. William Henry Harrison (11790 bytes)
    10: | place of birth=[[Berkeley, Virginia|Berkeley]], [[Vi...
    13: | place of death=[[Washington D.C.]]
    23: ...] and Elizabeth Basset. His father was a Virginia planter who served as a delegate to the [[Continenta...
    27: ...[Harrison Land Act]], which made it easier for people to purchase land for settlement in the Northwest...
    32: ...]], but served in the [[Ohio State Senate]], 1819-1821. In 1824, he was elected to the U.S. Senate, wher...
  54. Chiton (3478 bytes)
    1: ...ave been found as deep as 4000 meters. Individual plates are sometimes called "butterfly shells."
    4: ...red. The shell is divided into eight articulating plates (also called valves) embedded in the tough mu...
    11: ...Class Polyplacophora was named by J. E. Gray in [[1821]].
  55. Honduras (7841 bytes)
    44: &nbsp; [[15 September]] [[1821]]<br>
    66: ... the [[United Provinces of Central America]] in [[1821]], and an independent republic with the demise of...
    90: ...s mainly of mountains (80%), but there are narrow plains along the coasts, a large undeveloped lowland...
    112: ...)|William Walker]]. The nickname is considered complimentary not derogatory.
    120: ...hat approximately 6,000-8,000 species of vascular plants are distributed across the country. The numb...
  56. John C. Breckinridge (5870 bytes)
    2: '''John Cabell Breckinridge''' ([[January 16]], [[1821]]&ndash;[[May 17]], [[1875]]) was a lawyer, [[Uni...
    22: ...ootnote| marker=*| footnote=The Democratic party split in 1860, producing two presidential candidates....
  57. Lemurs (4235 bytes)
    3: {{Taxobox_begin_placement | color = pink}}
    9: ...y | author = [[John Edward Gray|Gray]] | date = [[1821]]}}
    10: {{Taxobox_end_placement}}
    11: {{Taxobox_section_subdivision | color = pink | plural_taxon = [[Family (biology)|Superfamilies and ...
    22: ...y were introduced by humans). While they were displaced in the rest of the world by monkeys, apes, an...
  58. Right Whales (11436 bytes)
    3: {{Taxobox_begin_placement | color = pink}}
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    29: ...Utah marine biologists revealed that their hosts split into three species 5-6 million years ago, and t...
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    5: ...plants and animals, geography is highly interdisciplinary.
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    15: ...atmosphere]], [[pedosphere]], and global [[flora (plants)|flora]] and [[fauna (animals)|fauna]] patter...
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    6: ...and the mathematics involved is generally more complicated than in the other sciences. The difference ...
    15: ...erimentalists devise and perform experiments to explore new phenomena and test theoretical predictions...
    38: ...hanics)|Hamiltonian]], [[Identical particles]], [[Planck's constant]], [[Quantum entanglement]], [[Qua...
    42: | [[Equivalence principle]], [[Four-momentum]], [[Reference frame]], [[Spa...

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