One of the 12 Apostles. According to the New Testament, he doubted that Jesus had risen from the dead until he saw the wounds.
, Clarence Born 1948.
American jurist who was appointed an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1991.
, Dylan Marlais 1914-1953.
Welsh poet known for his bardic voice experiments with syllabic verse. He wrote highly personal poems, such as “Fern Hill” (1946), as well as essays, short fiction, and works for radio, including Under Milk Wood (1954).
, George Henry 1816-1870.
American Union general who fought at the Battle of Shiloh (1862) and was renowned for his stalwart defense during the Union defeat at Chickamauga (1863).
, Isaiah 1749-1831.
American publisher who founded the Massachusetts Spy, an anti-British newspaper (1770), and produced many books, including the first English Bible printed in the colonies.
, Lowell Jackson 1892-1981.
American radio commentator who was a correspondent during both World Wars, broadcast a nightly news program (1930-1976), and wrote and lectured widely on his travel adventures.
, Norman Mattoon 1884-1968.
American socialist leader. A founder of the American Civil Liberties Union (1920), he was the Socialist Party candidate for President six times between 1928 and 1948.
, Seth 1785-1859.
American clockmaker and a pioneer in the mass production of clocks.