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John ARMSTRONG

ARMSTRONG, John, (father of James Armstrong and John Armstrong, Jr. [1758-1843]), a Delegate from Pennsylvania; born in Brookbor, County Fermanagh, Ireland, October 13, 1717; attended school in…

John Armstrong SMITH

SMITH, John Armstrong, a Representative from Ohio; born in Hillsboro, Ohio, September 23, 1814; pursued classical studies and was graduated from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1834; studied…

James ARMSTRONG

ARMSTRONG, James, (son of John Armstrong [1717-1795] and brother of John Armstrong, Jr., [1758-1843]), a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Carlisle, Cumberland County, Pa., August 29, 1…

John ARMSTRONG, Jr.

Senate Years of Service: 1800-1802; 1803-1804Party: Democratic Republican; Democratic RepublicanARMSTRONG, John, Jr., (son of John Armstrong [1717-1795] and brother of James Armstrong), a Deleg…

Neil Armstrong

On 20 July 1969, Neil Armstrong made history as the first human being to set foot on the moon. Neil Armstrong was a veteran aviator: he had flown 78 combat missions over Korea as a Navy fighter pilot…

Lance Armstrong

Lance Armstrong won the prestigious Tour de France an unprecedented seven straight times, from 1999-2005, before being stripped of those same titles in 2012 after investigators concluded that he had u…

Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong was the most famous jazz trumpeter of the 20th century. Like Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong began playing in New Orleans clubs and saloons in his early teens. By the 1920s Armstro…

Lance Armstrong

Teams, career wins, timeline, and biography compiled by Erin Teare Martin Related Links Lance Armstrong TimelineTour de Franceblood doping Once considered a hero and an insp…

Karen Armstrong

Karen Armstrong became a household name in the United Kingdom in the 1980s, thanks to her best-selling books Through the Narrow Gate and Beginning the World, her autobiographical accounts of her life …

Henry Armstrong

Henry ArmstrongBorn: Dec. 12, 1912Boxer held feather-, light- and welterweight titles simultaneously in 1938; pro record 152-21-8 with 100 KOs.Died: Oct. 22, 1988Roone ArledgeA - CLance Armstr…