Elizabeth Blackwell - Blackwell established a small dispensary near Tompkins Square
Place: New York City, New York, U.S.
Details: In 1853, Blackwell established a small dispensary near Tompkins Square. She also took Marie Zakrzewska, a Polish woman pursuing a medical education, under her wing, serving as her preceptor in her pre-medical studies.
Angelina Jolie-Unaccompanied Alien Child Protection Act
2005 - United States
Lucky Luciano-$12 million wealth
1925 - U.S.
Sojourner Truth-Truth moved to New York City
1829 - New York, U.S.
Jeff Bezos-Banking Industry
1980s - New York City, New York, U.S.
Lady Gaga-Career beginning
2005 - New York, U.S.
Library of Congress-Smithsonian Institution librarian Charles Coffin Jewett aggressively tried to make the Smithsonian into the United States' national library
1853 - Washington D.C., U.S.
Abraham Lincoln-Tad Lincoln
Tuesday Apr 5, 1853 - Springfield, Illinois, U.S.
Anna May Wong-Anna's paternal grandfather
1853 - California, U.S.
1853 - New York City, New York, U.S.
Bicycle-First in Germany
1853 - Schweinfurt, Bavaria, Germany