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Barstow concluded that as Rhode Island's John Brown became a canonized hero, if not a saint, so would it be with John Brown of Harper's Ferry.
* In 1870 the small City of Ragusa ( Dubrovnik ) became the first small Lifeboat to cross the Atlantic from Cork to Boston with two men crew, John Charles Buckley and Nikola Primorac ( di Costa ), only.
The American philosopher and educator John Dewey became impressed with the Alexander technique after his headaches, neck pains, blurred vision, and stress symptoms largely improved during the time he used Alexander's advice to change his posture.
It became the expectation — rather than the exception — that those in the public eye should write about themselves — not only writers such as Charles Dickens ( who also incorporated autobiographical elements in his novels ) and Anthony Trollope, but also politicians ( e. g. Henry Brooks Adams ), philosophers ( e. g. John Stuart Mill ), churchmen such as Cardinal Newman, and entertainers such as P. T. Barnum.
Other Revolutionary War heroes who became figures of American folklore include: Benedict Arnold, Benjamin Franklin, Nathan Hale, John Hancock, Andrew Jackson, and John Paul Jones and Francis Marion.
When Angelo Cardinal Roncalli was elected and became Pope John, there was some confusion as to whether he would be John XXIII or John XXIV ; he then declared that he was John XXIII to put this question to rest.
This became the dominant form in the Restoration, when composers such as Henry Purcell ( 1659 – 1695 ) and John Blow ( 1649 – 1708 ) wrote elaborate examples for the Chapel Royal with orchestral accompaniment.
The latter title is especially suggestive of his role in forming several Franciscans who later became influential thinkers in the faculty, among them Saint Bonaventure, John of La Rochelle, Odo Rigaldus, William of Middleton and Richard Rufus of Cornwall.
* John James Maximilian Oertel ( 1811 – 1882 ), born in Ansbach, was a Lutheran clergyman who later converted to Roman Catholicism, became a professor of German at Fordham University in the United States, and later edited and founded several newspapers in the United States, including one that would become the leading German-language newspaper in the county, Baltimore's Kirchenzeitung.
It was at the Watkinson library that Whorf became friends with the young boy, John B. Carroll, who later went on to study psychology under B. F. Skinner, and who in 1956 edited and published a selection of Whorf's essays as Language, Thought and Reality.
After the disaster of The Representative, John Gibson Lockhart became a bitter enemy and the two never reconciled.
For the 1966 tour to Australia and New Zealand John Robins became the first Lions Coach, and the trip started off very well for the Lions, who stormed through Australia, winning five non-tests and drawing one ; and most notably defeating Australia in two tests as well.
In 1888, Scotsman John Boyd Dunlop introduced the first practical pneumatic tire, which soon became universal.
In Bede's thirtieth year ( about 702 ) Bede became a priest, with the ordination again performed by Bishop John.
John Wesley consecrated Thomas Coke a " General Superintendent ," and directed that Francis Asbury also be consecrated for the United States of America in 1784, where the Methodist Episcopal Church first became a separate denomination apart from the Church of England.
The Yellow Coach Manufacturing Company which rapidly became a major manufacturer of buses was founded in Chicago in 1923 by John D. Hertz.
" After wearing glasses for a while, his eyes became adjusted to the lenses, and at that point he became nearsighted and really did need glasses, which would years later establish John as one of the most famous " four-eyes " in rock and roll, though Holly is widely considered to be the first.
Several collectors have catalogued the songs including John Meredith whose recording in the 1950s became the basis of the collection in the National Library of Australia.

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Roy Mason is essentially a landscape painter whose style and direction has a kinship with the English watercolorists of the early nineteenth century, especially the beautifully patterned art of John Sell Cotman.
* 1849 – John William Waterhouse, British painter ( d. 1917 )
Joshua Commanding the Sun to Stand Still upon Gideon ( John Martin ( painter ) | John Martin )
* 1952 – John Lurie, American actor, musician, painter, director and producer
In 1834, he received his first instruction in art in classes of John Rubens Smith, a portrait painter in Philadelphia.
A mezzotint of Martha Washington, based on a 1757 portrait by John Wollaston ( painter ) | Wollaston
* John Ford Paterson ( 1851 – 1912 ), Scottish-Australian landscape painter ; elected president of Victorian Artists Society in 1902 ; highly regarded 1896 painting Evening in the Bush
* John Chin Young ( 1909 – 1997 ), American painter
* 1738 – John Singleton Copley, American painter ( d. 1815 )
* 1829 – John Everett Millais, English painter and illustrator and one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood ( d. 1896 )
* 1850 – John Collier, British writer and painter ( d. 1934 )
* 1792 – John Linnell, English painter ( d. 1882 )
Joseph Severn ( 7 December 1793 – 3 August 1879 ) was an English portrait and subject painter and a personal friend of the famous English poet John Keats.
* 1789 – John Martin, English painter ( d. 1854 )
John James Audubon ( Jean-Jacques Audubon ) ( April 26, 1785 – January 27, 1851 ) was a French-American ornithologist, naturalist, and painter.
John W. became a naturalist, writer and painter in his own right.
In 1823 Audubon took lessons in oil painting technique from John Steen, a teacher of American landscape, and history painter Thomas Cole.
* John Crawford Brown ( 1805 – 1867 ), Scottish landscape painter
* John Lewis Brown ( 1829 – 1892 ), French battle, animal, and genre painter
* John George Brown ( 1831 – 1913 ), American painter born Durham, England
* John Appleton Brown ( 1844 – 1902 ), American painter
* John Nash ( artist ) ( 1893 – 1977 ), English painter and engraver
* John Walker ( painter ) ( born 1939 ), nominee for the Turner Prize in 1985

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