100 historical characters part 2

51. Henry David Thoreau

52. Susan B. Anthony

53. Alexander the Great

54. Nathan Hale

55. Thomas Jefferson

56. William Carey

57. Shackleton

58. Neil Armstrong/Yuri Gagarin

59. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

60. Anne Frank

61. Douglas MacArthur

62. Homer

63. Marco Polo

64. Pocahantas/Sacagawea

65. Sir Isaac Newton

66. Louis Braille/Helen Keller

67. Thomas Edison

68. Antoine Lavoisier

69. Hippocrates

70. Genghis Khan

71. Attila the Hun

72. Hudson Taylor

73. Wright brothers, Wilbur and Orville

74. Walt Disney

75. William Wallace

76. Confucius

77. Emperor Nero

78. Spartacus

79. Bach/Mozart/Beethoven

80. Joan of Arc

81. William Tell

82. Peter the Great

83. Charlemagne

84. Queen Victoria

85. Cleopatra

86. John Wesley

87. St. Nicholas

88. King David

89. Mark Twain/Nathaniel Hawthorne

90. Ivan the Terrible

91. Harriet Tubman

92. King Nebuchadnezzar

93. King Arthur

94. Adam and Eve

95. Noah

96. Constantine

97. Queen Esther

98. John Locke

99. Shakespeare

100. Magellan

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4 responses to “100 historical characters part 2

  1. I just discovered your blog and I’m pretty delighted. Keep writing, please… you picked some pretty impressive historical characters.

    Oh, for some reasons I always write “room mate” instead of “roommate” – it’s incorrect muscle memory in my fingers. Sorry!

  2. dragonmage06

    Woot for Nathan Hale and Thoreau! A lot of people forget Nathan Hale and he was one of the bravest guys ever! Props for adding him 😀

  3. KV

    You forgot Miley Cyrus and Obama.

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