Stephen Mallory

1813 - 1873

Stephen Mallory

Stephen Russell Mallory (1812 – November 9, 1873) was a Democratic senator from Florida from 1851 to the secession of his home state and the outbreak of the American Civil War. For much of that period, he was chairman of the Committee on Naval Affairs. It was a time of rapid naval reform, and he insisted that the ships of the US Navy should be as capable as those of Britain and France, the foremost navies in the world at that time. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Stephen Mallory has received more than 100,432 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 354th most popular social activist.

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Among social activists, Stephen Mallory ranks 353 out of 426Before him are Hereward the Wake, Otto Warmbier, Afeni Shakur, Nadia Murad, Wang Dan, and Stokely Carmichael. After him are Sylvia Rivera, Mary Edwards Walker, Aslı Erdoğan, Catharine MacKinnon, Fazu Aliyeva, and Robert Emmet.

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Among people born in 1813, Stephen Mallory ranks 53Before him are Louise-Victorine Ackermann, Isaac Pitman, Stephen A. Douglas, Karel Sabina, Félix María Zuloaga, and John Sedgwick. After him are John Rae and Edmond de Sélys Longchamps. Among people deceased in 1873, Stephen Mallory ranks 54Before him are Robert McClure, Charles Dupin, Salmon P. Chase, Alexei Fedchenko, Matthew Fontaine Maury, and Francis Marrash. After him is Manuel Ignacio de Vivanco.

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In Trinidad and Tobago

Among people born in Trinidad and Tobago, Stephen Mallory ranks 9 out of 43Before him are George Maxwell Richards (1931), Nicki Minaj (1982), Billy Ocean (1950), Edmundo Ros (1910), Michael Fisher (1931), and Dwight Yorke (1971). After him are Anthony Carmona (1953), Paula-Mae Weekes (1958), A. N. R. Robinson (1926), Anthony Nesty (1967), Hasely Crawford (1950), and Keith Rowley (1949).

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Among social activists born in Trinidad and Tobago, Stephen Mallory ranks 1

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