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Stanley, Henry M. (Henry Morton), 1841-1904

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Personal name headingStanley, Henry M. (Henry Morton), 1841-1904
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Variant(s)Stanley, Henry Morton, Sir, 1841-1904
Stanley, H. M. (Henry Morton), 1841-1904
Stėnli, G. M. (Genri Morton), 1841-1904
Stėnli, Genri Morton, 1841-1904
Stanley, Henry, 1841-1904
Rowlands, John, 1841-1904
Roulends, Dzhon, 1841-1904
סטענלי, ה.
Birth date1841-01-28
Death date1904-05-10
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Found inCohen, D. Henry Stanley and the quest for the source of the Nile, c1985: t.p. (Henry Stanley)
Bolʹsh. sov. ėnt︠s︡ikl., 3rd ed.: v. 25, p. 16 (Stėnli, Genri Morton (real name: Dzhon Roulends (John Rowlands)); b. 01-28-1841, d. 05-10-1904; English journalist and explorer of Africa)
Who were Stanley and Livingstone?, 2021: CIP galley (Henry Morton Stanley; American journalist; born on Jan. 28, 1841 in Denbigh, Wales; moved to the United States in 1859; originally fought for the Confederate army during the American Civil War until he was taken as a prisoner of war by Union soldiers; joined the Union army in 1862; joined the United States Navy for one year in 1864; worked as a journalist for the New York Herald; his biggest assignment was finding Dr. David Livingstone in Africa in 1871; moved to London and was elected to Parliament in 1875; became Sir Henry Morton Stanley when he was knighted by Queen Victoria in 1899)
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