- JohnEdmund Fisk GreenJohn Fisk, 1842–1901, U.S. philosopher and historian.
- Minnie Mad·dern [mad-ern] /ˈmæd ərn/Marie Augusta Davey, 1865–1932, U.S. actress.
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Examples from the Web for fiske
At one point, Fiske opened a door that led, he said, up the “slave staircase” to the attic where the slaves slept.The House that Slavery Built
July 16, 2013
That such a letter should have any effect on home opinion is, as Fiske says, ludicrous.The Siege of Boston
So much for the simple outward circumstances of Mr. Fiske's life.
The periods which are not yet covered Mr. Fiske proposes to deal with in time.
When we reached Dr. Fiske's, his sleigh was in front of the door.Ben Comee
M. J. (Michael Joseph) Canavan
"Fiske is quite right in his main contention," Mr. Stenson interposed.The Devil's Paw
E. Phillips Oppenheim