• John Milton Bernhisel

    John Milton Bernhisel

    John Milton Bernhisel (born John Martin Bernheisel) (June 23, 1799 – September 28, 1881) was an American physician, politician and early member of the Latter Day Saint movement. He was a close friend and companion to both Joseph Smith and Brigham Young. Bernhisel was the original delegate of the Utah Territory in the United States House of Representatives (1851–59, 1861–63) and acted as a member of the Council of Fifty of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).

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  • John Milton Earle

    John Milton Earle (April 13, 1794 – February 8, 1874) was an American businessman, abolitionist, and politician who founded the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in 1829.

  • John Milton Miller

    John Milton Miller

    John Milton Miller (22 June 1882 – 17 May 1962) was a noted American electrical engineer, best known for discovering the Miller effect and inventing fundamental circuits for quartz crystal oscillators (Miller oscillators).

  • John Milton (Florida politician)

    John Milton (Florida politician)

    John Milton (April 20, 1807 – April 1, 1865) was an American lawyer and politician, who was the fifth Governor of Florida.

  • Religious views of John Milton

    The religious views of John Milton influenced many of his works focusing on the nature of religion and of the divine. He differed in important ways from the Calvinism with which he is associated, particularly concerning the doctrines of grace and predestination. The unusual nature of his own Protestant Christianity has been characterised as both Puritan and Independent.

  • John Milton Hawks

    John Milton Hawks (November 26, 1826– April 2, 1910) was an abolitionist, surgeon and organizer for the assistance of freed blacks and black soldiers during the U.S. Civil War as well as a businessman and Florida settler in Volusia County. During Reconstruction he was secretary of the board of registration for Volusia County. He was also clerk of the Florida House of Representatives from 1868 to 1870. A plaque in his honor is located at the Edgewater City Hall at 104 North Riverside Drive in Edgewater, Florida. Hawks wrote The East Coast of Florida: A Descriptive Narrative, published in 1887 by L.J. Sweett and/ or Lewis & Winsship He is listed as a Great Floridian. His wife, Esther Jane (Hill) Hawks (1833 - 1906), was also a doctor and helped educate black soldiers and their families. She was an 1857 graduate of the New England Female Medical College.

  • John Milton Roberts

    John M. Roberts (December 8, 1916 – April 2, 1990) was an American anthropologist who developed the field of expressive culture in a series of studies on games in culture, and published over 50 articles on these subjects. His complete list of publications can be found in the biography by Goodenough (1995). His 1964 article marked the first anthropological view of distributed cognition through the social organization of a community, looking at how information moves through the people in the society.

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