This week, National Geographic will publish the 50th issue of its The 50 Greatest Names in American History series.
For its 50th anniversary, the magazine will celebrate the contributions of the most iconic names in U.S. history, including: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Abraham Simpson, Thomas Edison, and Theodore Roosevelt.
The magazine has a long tradition of honoring great Americans and giving special recognition to the legacy of a person’s name.
Its inaugural issue, In the Heart of America: 50 Great Names, in 1973 honored the contributions to American history made by: Abraham Lincoln and his wife Emma, the first president of the United States, who were both born in what is now Pennsylvania; Theodore Roosevelt and his family, who settled in New York City and had a son who became a major player in the New York real estate industry; James Garfield, the third president of America, who was born in Pennsylvania; and Andrew Jackson, who died in 1901.
In the Heart’s Heart of the American Heartland, published in 1992, National Geo.
celebrated the contributions made by the residents of the Rocky Mountains who grew up near the heart of the U.s.
The book also honored the lives of Native Americans who were born in the area and lived there from time immemorial.
In 2013, the series also honored women and people of color who had a significant impact on the history of the country.
The list also included names such as Harriet Tubman, who founded the Underground Railroad, Rosa Parks, and Dorothy Parker, who became the first black woman to enter the U and was the first woman elected to Congress in Georgia.
In 2013, National Geocities published a collection of names of people of the world that had a lasting impact on people and the world.
These include the Dalai Lama, Vladimir Putin, Nelson Mandela, Nelson Rockefeller, and Muhammad Ali.
The series will feature essays on 50 of the names in the series, which is also the first of its kind in the magazine’s history.
The names of the authors of the book are listed in the acknowledgements, which include a full history of each of the 500 names.
Here is a look at the 50:George Washington, the Founding Father, is the only American to be named to the U-S-A roster of the Order of Merit.
His name appears on the first U. S. passport issued to anyone born in Washington, D.C., in 1803.
In his lifetime, Washington held the title of most powerful U. s. president, second only to Abraham Lincoln.
In terms of influence, he led the U S. to independence from Great Britain in 1857, a year before the United Kingdom was established as the world’s largest democracy.
Thomas Jefferson, the U s president from 1801 to 1809, is considered one of the greatest U. of S. presidents.
He was also one of its most famous figures, becoming a national hero and leading the US. into the Civil War.
He is the father of one of our founding fathers, John Adams, and served as a senator from Massachusetts from 1826 to 1828.
Thomas Jefferson was a prolific writer, and wrote hundreds of books, including several volumes on the subject of American foreign policy.
Thomas Edison, the inventor and entrepreneur who founded and ran one of America’s largest electrical companies, is one of five Americans to have been named to its Most Valuable Man of the Century list.
Edison was born on December 6, 1885, in St. Louis, Missouri.
He attended Brown University in St Louis, where he earned a degree in chemistry and became a professor of physics.
In the early 1950s, Edison started work on the world-renowned P-38 supercomputer, which revolutionized the Us economy.
Thomas Edison died in 1967 at the age of 85.
Nelson Mandela, the South African president from 1994 to 2007, is an African-American who became South Africa’s president in 1999.
He led his country to its first democratic elections in a generation, and was a favorite of the people of South Africa.
Mandela was also the father-in-law of Nelson Mandela.
He spent more than 20 years in prison for political activism, and in 2007 he was released from prison after serving three years of a six-year sentence for breaking into the office of the former president.
President Franklin Roosevelt, who served from 1933 to 1945, is a member of the House of Representatives and served for more than six years as the vice president.
Roosevelt became the most powerful man in the world during World War II, and led the United Nations to victory in World War I. Roosevelt served in the White House for more or less a quarter century, becoming the nation’s first African- American president in 1933.
Franklin Roosevelt was a prominent figure in the American Civil Liberties Union, and he served as the first African American member of its board of directors.
Franklin D. Roosevelt was an early advocate for the United